Money isn’t something most of us like to think about when shopping for a new car, but at the end of the day, the price of a vehicle like the 2015 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is going to matter. And we think that if you’re looking to get the most value for your money, you’ll be better off with the 2015 Honda Accord Coupe, available now at West Michigan Honda Dealers.
Let’s take a look at what the differences are between these two stylish mid-size cars.
Drivers Save in a Honda
Honda has a reputation for affordability and efficiency, which translates to savings for the average driver, and despite the impressive style and features of the Accord Coupe, it manages to come out ahead of the Genesis by a wide margin.
The entry-level 2015 Honda Accord Coupe LX-S with automatic transmission is priced starting at just $24,625 (MSRP)* and earns an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 35 mpg on the highway.**
Now, the Genesis does look quite nice, but its priced higher than the Accord—at $27,950—and as far as long-term savings go, its fuel economy will likely disappoint drivers that have been researching the Accord. The 2015 Genesis Coupe earns only 25 highway mpg.
Honda Features are Top Notch
Honda has been redefining what drivers expect from “standard features” for some time now, and the 2015 Accord Coupe is no different, coming with the following amenities all as standard:
- Honda’s i-MID infotainment system
- Bluetooth HandsFreeLink
- Built-in rearview camera
- Dual-zone climate control
- Stereo anti-theft
The Genesis does offer some nice features, but even though it is priced higher than the Accord Coupe, it manages to lag behind on the amenities.
Test Drive the Accord Today
While it’s clear from the get go that the 2015 Honda Accord Coupe and Hyundai Genesis Coupe are some of the most attractive vehicles in their class, we think that as far as price and value are concerned, the Accord comes out ahead. But you should see Honda’s coupe for yourself; visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer today and let us put you behind the wheel for a test drive.