The 2015 Honda Accord is on sale now, reaching dealerships with a new starting point of $22,105, some subtle content adjustments, and plenty to live up to. The 2014 model, of course, was redesigned into a solid hit for Honda, eventually rising to become the best-selling car in the country for retail customers. And while the Toyota Camry may have something to say about that going forward, the 2015 Honda Accord will attempt to retain the No. 1 position by minimizing its price increase to $150 while deploying new features in select models.
Perhaps the biggest change is for the 2015 Honda Accord EX Coupe, which adds a standard LaneWatch system when ordered with a four-cylinder engine. It's a pretty nifty piece of gear that can project an expanded view from the passenger's side mirror to the color display screen in the car's dash, delivering enhanced visibility for the driver. Other content changes to the 2015 Honda Accord portfolio include a now-standard HomeLink universal remote for both Coupe and Sedan EX-L and EX-L Navi models with the four-cylinder powerplant, as well as an auto-dimming rearview mirror that becomes standard on all EX-L Coupe versions.
Here's a quick look at sticker prices for the heart of the Accord family, the sedan models:
- 2015 Honda Accord LXs—Priced from $22,105 with 185-hp, four-cylinder Earth Dreams engine, six-speed manual transmission, Bluetooth, rearview camera, 160-watt audio with USB port and 8-inch, high-res intelligent multi-information display
- 2015 Honda Accord Sport—Adding four more horses, 18-inch alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat, with an MSRP of $23,865
- 2015 Honda Accord EX—Highlighted by a one-touch power moonroof with tilt capability, Hona LaneWatch, pushbutton start and 17-inch alloy wheels, along with a starting price of $25,030
- 2015 Honda Accord EX-L—Providing a notably premium cabin environment with a standard continuously variable transmission, two-position driver's-seat memory, premium audio, HondaLink technology and a full suite of safety upgrades, including forward collision warning, lane-departure warning, and a multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines, all with an MSRP of $28,420
The 2015 Honda Accord sedan also comes with a sophisticated two-motor hybrid system that is priced from $29,305 and provides 47 mpg in combined driving, as well as a sport coupe model with an MSRP of $23,775.