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Honda Accord Specs at TrueDelta: Powertrains and tires by trim level (2015)

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2015 Honda Accord Specs - Exterior and Interior Dimensions

Body 2dr Coupe 4dr Sedan
Wheelbase 107.3 in 109.3 in
Length 189.3 in 191.4 in
Width 72.8 in 72.8 in
Height 56.5 in 57.7 in
Curb Weight 3248 lb. 3254 lb.
Fuel Capacity 17.2 gal. 17.2 gal.
Headroom, Row 1 39.0 in 39.1 in
Shoulder Room, Row 1 58.9 in 58.6 in
Hip Room, Row 1 55.4 in 55.6 in
Legroom, Row 1 42.2 in 42.5 in
Headroom, Row 2 37.2 in 37.5 in
Shoulder Room, Row 2 55.1 in 56.5 in
Hip Room, Row 2 48.9 in 54.7 in
Legroom, Row 2 33.7 in 38.5 in
Total Legroom 75.9 in (over 2 rows) 81 in (over 2 rows)
Cargo Volume 13.7 ft3 15.8 ft3

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TrueDelta Reviews the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Accord Seat Room and Comfort: Pros
YearComment
2014 The Honda Accord's front seats are comfortable and properly supportive, but I find the Ford's even better. The Accord's clear advantage is in the back seat, which is much roomier than the Ford's, and a match for any other in the segment with the exception of the limo-like Volkswagen Passat's. see full Honda Accord review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Accord Seat Room and Comfort: Cons
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2016 4dr Sedan 278-horsepower 3.5L V6
6-speed automatic FWD
There is not quite enough adjustment in the front seat for me. I feel there is an un-natural curve in the front seat that I can't remove with the lumbar support. I sit on a folded towel to get the curve of the seat in the right place for my back. I'm 5'11" if that puts it into perspective for you. The steering wheel should telescope out more for optimal arm position and the orientation of the HUGE speedometer makes it get chopped in half by the steering wheel. No digital speedo readout on this model. Note that the touring gauges are a little different than the standard V6. see full Honda Accord review
2014 4dr Sedan 189-horsepower 2.4L I4
6-speed manual FWD
After 3 years of driving this car, I've developed neck problems from the head restraints forcing my head too far forward. I am 6'2" tall with good posture, a 34" inseam, and not overweight. It is difficult to sit in the seats without getting severe neck pain. I tried turning the head restraint around, in spite of the safety issue, but the bottom of the back of the restraint pokes me in the neck then. Just for kicks, I took the head restraint out to see if I could get comfortable, but the top of the seat back then presses uncomfortably into my upper back/lower neck. The only solution I've found so far that works is to put 3" of foam behind my back so that the head restraint is 1/2-1" behind my head. It is difficult to only fault Honda for this, because most cars model year 2009 and newer have the same problem after the NHTSA head restraint rules update from 2007. Honda, Mazda and Chevrolet seem to be the worst for forcing heads forward though. Ford has a tiltable head restraint in most of their vehicles, so they are adequate. Only when you get to the luxury brands do you find comfortable restraints. The BMW 5 series with multi contour seats, and the new Lincoln Continental have excellent seats, but they are also nearly twice as much as the Accord. Honda could fix their seat problems with a fore/aft adjustment for the head restraint and a taller seat back. It seems as if they make seats for a very limited height range with bad posture... see full Honda Accord review
 

2015 Honda Accord 2-door Coupe Specs - Powertrains and Tire Sizes

Trim LX-S EX EX-L
Standard Engine 2.4L I4
DOHC-4v
185 hp@6400
181 lb-ft@3900
2.4L I4
DOHC-4v
185 hp@6400
181 lb-ft@3900
2.4L I4
DOHC-4v
185 hp@6400
181 lb-ft@3900
Optional Engine(s)   3.5L V6
OHC-4v
278 hp@6200
252 lb-ft@4900
Standard Transmission6-speed manual6-speed manual7-speed manually-shiftable CVT
Optional Transmission(s)7-speed manually-shiftable CVT7-speed manually-shiftable CVT6-speed manual
   6-speed manually-shiftable automatic
Standard DrivetrainFWDFWDFWD
Standard Tires215/55VR17 tires215/55VR17 tires215/55VR17 tires
Optional Tires  235/45VR18 tires

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2015 Honda Accord 4-door Sedan Specs - Powertrains and Tire Sizes

Trim LX Sport EX EX-L Touring Hybrid Hybrid EX-L Hybrid Touring
Standard Engine 2.4L I4
DOHC-4v
185 hp@6400
181 lb-ft@3900
2.4L I4
DOHC-4v
189 hp@6400
182 lb-ft@3900
2.4L I4
DOHC-4v
185 hp@6400
181 lb-ft@3900
2.4L I4
DOHC-4v
185 hp@6400
181 lb-ft@3900
3.5L V6
OHC-4v
278 hp@6200
252 lb-ft@4900
2.0L I4 Hybrid
DOHC-4v
141 hp@6200
122 lb-ft@3500
2.0L I4 Hybrid
DOHC-4v
141 hp@6200
122 lb-ft@3500
2.0L I4 Hybrid
DOHC-4v
141 hp@6200
122 lb-ft@3500
Optional Engine(s)    3.5L V6
OHC-4v
278 hp@6200
252 lb-ft@4900
    
Standard Transmission6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manualCVT6-speed automatic1-speed automatic1-speed automatic1-speed automatic
Optional Transmission(s)CVT7-speed manually-shiftable CVTCVT6-speed automatic    
Standard DrivetrainFWDFWDFWDFWDFWDFWDFWDFWD
Standard Tires205/65HR16 tires235/45VR18 tires215/55VR17 tires215/55VR17 tires215/55VR17 tires225/50VR17 tires225/50VR17 tires225/50VR17 tires

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TrueDelta Reviews the Powertrain of the 2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Accord Powertrain: Pros
YearComment
2014 Once upon a time, an efficient car was also a slow car. Though a number of fairly quick hybrids and the ultra-quick Tesla Model S should have put this perception to bed by now, it's not quite dead yet. The Honda Accord Hybrid should help. Despite the loss of two cylinders and a liter of displacement, the new one is just as quick as the first one, with a time of 7.6 seconds in Car and Driver's 5-60 mph rolling start acceleration test (which is more representative of how strong a car feels in typical driving than the typical smoking-tire zero-to-60 test). It's also as quick as the Toyota Camry Hybrid, and considerably quicker than the Ford Fusion Hybrid and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. Put another way, the Honda Accord Hybrid is as quick as the great majority of drivers will ever need it to be. The quality of acceleration is more of a concern than the quantity. Though the transmission has a fixed ratio, power delivery sounds and feels more like that of a CVT than that of the actual CVT in the regular Accord. This is mostly a matter of sound. With the engine disconnected from the wheels below 43 mph, its rpm at around-town speeds varies based on the need to recharge the battery, which isn't tightly coupled to what you're doing with your right foot. Beyond this variation, the engine sounds less buzzy than that in the Camry Hybrid, but louder and less refined than that in the Fusion Hybrid. Plus, if you really get on it, you'll provoke some torque-induced wiggling in the steering. So, while the Accord Hybrid can be quick when you need it to be, it's more pleasant when driven casually. see full Honda Accord review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Powertrain of the 2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Accord Powertrain: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2016 4dr Sedan 278-horsepower 3.5L V6
6-speed automatic FWD
Very powerful. Can not complain. What I don't like is no manual control over the transmission. Sport mode is pretty good, but it will downshift on you sometimes when it shouldn't/you don't want it to. But, not being a sports car and front wheel drive, its acceptable. see full Honda Accord review
2014 4dr Sedan 189-horsepower 2.4L I4
6-speed manual FWD
The engine willingly revs over 3000RPM. The 6 speed manual is excellent, shifts are easy and precise. Acceleration is good for a largish sedan see full Honda Accord review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Tires of the 2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Accord Tires: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2016 4dr Sedan 278-horsepower 3.5L V6
6-speed automatic FWD
Could be stickier. I will replace with more performance All Season tires when the stock ones are used up. see full Honda Accord review
 

2015 Honda Accord MSRP and Invoice Prices

Body Trim Base Price Invoice Destination
2dr Coupe LX-S 23,775 21,760 820
2dr Coupe EX 25,450 23,288 820
2dr Coupe EX-L 28,495 26,065 820
4dr Sedan LX 22,105 20,237 820
4dr Sedan Sport 23,865 21,842 820
4dr Sedan EX 25,030 22,905 820
4dr Sedan EX-L 28,420 25,997 820
4dr Sedan Touring 33,630 30,749 820
4dr Sedan Hybrid 29,305 26,804 820
4dr Sedan Hybrid EX-L 32,055 29,312 820
4dr Sedan Hybrid Touring 35,055 32,049 820

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