The 2015 Honda Accord Specs: What to Expect
Drivers shopping for a mid-size sedan might not consider the stats of its engine at first, but we think that when you get a look at the 2015 Honda Accord specs, you’ll see that you don’t have to settle for a lackluster powertrain, especially if you opt for the available V6 engine. Keep in mind, these engine specs are just a part of the overall picture of the Accord’s success. Let’s take a look.
What’s Under the Hood?
The standard Accord all the way up through the Accord EX-L comes with a 2.4L four-cylinder engine rated at 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque, which is already more than the average competing mid-size sedan, but if you’re willing to upgrade, this car can become much more powerful.
The available 3.5L V6 engine has 278 hp and 252 lb-ft of torque, yet upgrading to the V6 engine barely makes an impact on the fuel economy:
- The 2015 Accord LX with CVT earns an EPA-estimated 36 highway mpg.*
- 2015 Accord Sedans with the 3.5L V6 are rated at an EPA-estimated 34 highway mpg.*
One of the other key reasons we recommend all of our drivers review the specs of a vehicle online before they commit to it is to make sure that their next car won’t feel cramped or have too little cargo room—and we couldn’t imagine such a complaint about the Accord.
- The Accord’s trunk offers up as much as 15.8 cubic feet of cargo storage space.
- Passenger volume on the Accord is one of the highest in its class at 103.2 cubic feet.
With seating for up to five and impressive head- and legroom in both the front and the rear seats, it’s easy to see why so many families choose the Accord as their next sedan: it has room for the whole family.
Test Drive an Accord Today
While it’s important to read about the 2015 Honda Accord specs before you drive it, we also think that nothing really compares to seeing a car in person and getting behind the wheel. Visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer near you today to schedule a test drive of the Accord, and be sure to let us know if you’re interested in the four-cylinder, the V6, or both.