We’ve had the 2015 Honda Accord in our inventory at Capital Region Honda Dealers for a few months now, and while we have had many satisfied drivers, we have also had more than a few asking about what changes Honda has made to the vehicle to differentiate it from the 2014 model—a car that was already quite popular at our dealerships.
Honda knows better than to mess with a modern classic like the 2014 Accord, but some changes are always needed. Read on to see just what was updated on the 2015 Accord.
Just a Few Tweaks
This is the third model year for the ninth-generation Accord, and by this point, Honda is keenly aware of how to make a vehicle that simply puts the competition to shame. Here are the tweaks that make the 2015 model even more appealing than last year’s model:
- The HomeLink universal remote comes standard on all EX-L models (it was previously found on EX-L V6 and higher models).
- The Accord EX-L Coupe also adds on an auto-dimming rearview mirror.
- The 2015 Accord EX Coupe comes with Honda LaneWatch as standard.
That’s it! That means Honda’s game-changing standard features—like Bluetooth for phone and audio, a rearview camera, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and more—are all back on the base-level trims for 2015. And you can trust the entry-level 2015 Accord LX with CVT to still earn that EPA-estimated 36 highway and 27 city mpg,* making it one of the most efficient sedans in its class.
For drivers seeking more power or high-class features, the EX-L V6 and Touring trim levels are both still available (the Accord Touring is only available on sedan builds), offering luxurious leather upholstery, heated front seating, Honda’s high-power 3.5L V6 engine, and more.
See the Accord Firsthand
If you took the 2014 Accord for a spin, you may not even notice the 2015 Honda Accord’s changes when you visit a Capital Region Honda Dealer for a test drive, but we’ll be happy to point them out to you if you would like. Remember that the 2015 Accord is available in both sedan and coupe body styles as well as a hybrid version, giving practically any driver an Accord that fits their needs and budget.