If you’re looking at the 2015 Honda Accord pictures, you’ve probably seen a few design elements that you’re fond of, but there is so much to this mid-size car that you just can’t see in the pictures. Some things you’ll only be able to experience by getting behind the wheel, like feeling the plush leather upholstery you can find on the EX-L and higher trims, and while the crisp and clear touchscreen infotainment system looks great from the images, you can’t see how intuitive it is until you go poking around.
So we thought we would give you an overview of some things you might not notice from the 2015 Honda Accord pictures before you visit us for a test drive.
Exterior Design Elements
One of the most striking features of the exterior design of the 2015 Honda Accord that you may not have noticed are the available chrome accents that you’ll find on the Sport trim level. Of course, there are some other impressive accents you can find on the Accord’s exterior, including:
- Turn signals integrated into the side mirrors
- Rear decklid spoiler accessory
- Multiple alloy wheel options
- LED headlights on the Touring trim level
Whether you opt for the leather upholstery or stick with the standard cloth upholstery, the seating of the Accord is designed for comfort as well as style. In fact, every inch of the interior on the Accord is stylish, with side door panels tapering into the front dash and soft-touch materials giving this Honda a level of class that you don’t typically find on mid-size vehicles.
While many entry-level vehicles look as though their new technology features are simply tacked on, the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system is flush with the dash of the Accord, as if it were sculpted into the car and intended to be there… because it was.
Test Drive an Accord Today
Getting a look at some 2015 Honda Accord pictures is certainly is a good place to start, but if you are serious about buying a new Accord, you’ll want to get behind the wheel and see it for yourself. Visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer near you to set up a test drive of the new Accord and experience it firsthand.