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2015 Honda Accord Available for Order, Pricing Starts at $22,105 and Tops at $35,055

Available in both sedan and coupe guise, the ninth-gen Honda Accord has been updated for the 2015 model year. The rejuvenated family gets multiple feature upgrades over the 2014 MY, with the least expensive variant priced at $22,105 excluding license, registration, tax, destination and dealer charges.
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The entry-level 2015 Honda Accord LX sedan is propelled by a 2.4-liter direct-injected i-VTEC four-cylinder producing 185 horsepower. If the standard six-speed manual isn't your thing, then you can opt for a CVT-equipped Accord LX, that is priced from $22,905. Compared to the stick shift, the continuously variable transmission LX is marginally better in terms of combined fuel economy, boasting with a respectable EPA-rated 31 mpg combined.

A 3.5-liter VTEC V6 with 278 horsepower on tap is also available, paired to a six-speed auto box. The 2015 Honda Accord EX-L fitted with the two pieces of kit is selling for $30,495 and manages 21 mpg city, 34 mpg highway and 26 combined. Step up to the coupe variant of the EX-L fitted with the V6 mill coupled to a six-speed manual and you're looking at $30,775. If you need satelitte navigation and a few other gizmos, then you're looking at a whopping $32,550.

For the 2015 model year, the sedan and coupe variants of the Honda Acccord receive a few bits and bobs as standard. The four-cylinder sedan and coupe EX-L and EX-L Navi trims include the convenience of the HomeLink universal remote system that can be programmed with the codes of up to three devices, such as a garage-door. The 2015 Honda Accord EX Coupe with a four-cylinder engine gains the LaneWatch display that uses a camera and in-dash display to provide an enhanced view of the passenger-side roadway. All Accord EX-L Coupe models and come with an auto dimming rearview mirror.

If you want the best fuel economy available with the 2015 Honda Accord and to save the polar ice cap as well, then the Hybrid is the model to go for. Starting at $29,305 for the base trim level and topping at $35,055 for the Touring, the 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid boasts with fuel economy figures of 50 mpg city, 45 mpg highway and 47 miles per gallon on the combined driving cycle.

 
 
 
 
 

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