2015 Nissan Altima vs. 2015 Honda Accord

Are You Shopping for a 2015 Nissan Altima in West Michigan?

Drivers in West Michigan have a huge selection of mid-size sedans available to choose from, but we have to admit that the 2015 Nissan Altima has managed to improve itself. But has it come far enough to compete for a space in your garage? Maybe. Nissan has some nice high-tech gadgets on the upper trim levels of the Altima, but the basic Altima 2.5 is low on features. Bluetooth is the sole highlight among air conditioning, steel wheels, and power accessories on this basic model, but isn’t that common on mid-size sedans these days?

It might be more common than we’d like for a mid-size car to be low on features, but you don’t have to settle for a poorly-equipped base-level model. The 2015 Honda Accord, has been redefining the idea of “standard features” in recent years and just took a place on the 2015 Car and Driver 10Best list (this is the Honda Accord’s 29th time on the list). Honda’s sedan is about more than just awards, though; the basic LX trim comes with Bluetooth phone and audio, an 8-inch touchscreen system, a rearview camera, and much more. Honda has also been building one of the safest cars on the road, and 2015 Accord Sedan models have earned a Five-Star Overall Safety Rating from the NHTSA, making it a smart choice for a new family sedan.

Take a look at the differences between these two sedans in our comparison below, then stop by one of our West Michigan Honda Dealer locations to take the Honda Accord for a test drive.