Thanks for your comments. I tend to agree with you. I test drove a 2012 Toyota Camry SE and a 2012 Camry XLE on the same day, in fact within minutes of each other. The SE was borderline harsh over potholes and bumps (and it's virtually impossible to avoid those in the DC Metro area). The XLE was excellent in terms of ride, but it lacked much communication with the road. A little too floaty, I guess. I test drove a2013 Honda Accord EX-L and also two 2015 Accords (EX-L with navigation and one without). I loved everything about the EX-L, the one with Navi was very nice, too, but the infotainment console is really weird and unintuitive. I actually prefer the non-navigation model. Also, I should have said before: I've rethought my budget substantially. I'm now planning to buy a brand-new car, mainly because the price of used vehicles is so close to new ones. Ex: I saw a 2013 Accord EX-L (no nav) listed for $22,900 and it sold a daylater. I got a price quote online for a NEW 2015 EX-L for $24,190 including destination charge and dealer prep. So including title, tax and tags I'd be out the door for a little over $25K. It'd be worth it to get something new that I plan to keep for 8-10 years so the depreciation isn't a factor. I should have $20,000 saved by December so I'd only have to finance $5,000, and I'd likely pay that off in 2-3 months. Oh, and lastly: I've seen alleged spy photos of the refreshed 2016 Accord, so I'm probably going to wait until they're available. How do you feel about getting a brand-new model year vehicle?