The 2015 Honda Accord Is Super Easy to Live With

The Honda Accord is one of the best-selling cars, and for a good reason. And out of many excellent model years, the 2015 Accord is among those that stand out the most. The 2015 Accord impressed as a new model, and it holds up well as a used car. 

2015 Honda Accord performance 

A close up shot of a Honda Accord taillight
A close up shot of a Honda Accord | Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images

The 2015 Accord is part of the ninth generation that spanned from 2013 to 2017. In 2015, the Accord enticed with its shapely body design and newly standard features. When it was new, reviewers, including Consumer Reports, recognized the Accord for its superb balance of fuel economy and performance. CR says the 2015 version is particularly easy to live with because it’s simple, smooth, and accommodating. 

You have a few different performance options to choose from for the 2015 Accord. Base models will have 185-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder. This same engine is on the Accord Sport models, but it’s tuned to make 189-hp. Both are available with a six-speed manual transmission or a continuously variable automatic. 

A blak 2015 Honda Accord on the track.
2015 Accord 9th Generation

The four-cylinder models are polished and enjoyable to drive. But for a quicker experience, shop for Touring variants. The Accord Touring trim has a 278-hp, 3.5-liter V6 and a six-speed automatic. Overall, the Accord is one of the most fuel-efficient options in the class. You may even want to consider the eco-friendlier hybrid models for better gas mileage. 

“The bigger surprise is how well Honda implemented the continuously variable transmission (CVT.) The CVT takes the place of a traditional automatic for the four-cylinder (which we tested), yet it does an excellent job of emulating a well-tuned automatic. Some of our drivers weren’t aware it was a CVT. Ratio changes are super-quick and typically very smooth.”

Consumer Reports (2015)

2015 Honda Accord interior 

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The Accord also distinguished itself from the pack with its handsome cabin. This midsize car can comfortably seat up to five people in both the sedan and coupe body styles. You’ll appreciate this Honda for its notably accommodating driver’s seat too. Base models will have clothes upholstery, while the upgraded versions will have leather. Additionally, the Accord offers a few modern connectivity features. 

The 2015 Accord came standard with Bluetooth, a touchscreen display, and navigation maps. All Accords also have a handy backup camera. For more advanced safety features, shop for upper-level trims with gadgets, including forward-collision warning and adaptive cruise control. As CR mentioned, the drawbacks to the 2015 Accord’s advanced safety equipment is that the model doesn’t offer a conventional blind-spot monitoring system. The LaneWatch side camera can also be distracting. 

How much does a 2015 Honda Accord cost?

Honda vehicles for sale at a dealership
Older Honda Accord models for sale | Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

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Choosing a Honda as a used car is a wise choice, especially if affordability and dependability are your top priorities. Based on CR’s data, average pricing for the 2015 Honda Accord falls between $13,000 – $17,950. Prices will vary based on factors such as overall mileage, added convenience features, and technology.