The 2015 Nissan Altima is available now to West Michigan drivers, and if you’ve been looking for a mid-size sedan with decent features, the Altima may be it. Of course, there is no shortage of mis-size sedans in the world and the 2015 Honda Accord has been making an argument for itself as one of the best vehicles in its class.
Let’s see how the Altima and the Accord compare when it comes to features. Can Nissan’s sedan truly compare to what the Accord has to offer?
Redefining the Standard
Honda has been working hard to redefine the idea of “standard features” for the last few years by making standard many of the high-tech amenities drivers expect on their cars, trucks, SUVs, and minivans. After all, why should you have to upgrade for features that you’ve come to expect, like standard Bluetooth connectivity or a touchscreen infotainment system.
The 2015 Accord comes with Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, Honda’s i-MID infotainment system, a standard rearview camera, SMS texting, Pandora internet radio, steering wheel-mounted controls, and more. Can you find some similar amenities on the Altima? Of course.
But you won’t find them all on the entry-level Altima 2.5. You’ll need to upgrade a trim level or two on Nissan’s sedan to have its features on par with the entry-level Accord LX. Add in the fact that the Accord comes in sedan, coupe, and two different hybrid builds, and it seems clear to us where the better buy is for West Michigan drivers.
Test Drive an Accord Today
The 2015 Honda Accord is here at a West Michigan Honda Dealer near you, and while we can spend all day talking about it, we think you should see it in person. Stop by one of our locations and let us put you in the driver’s seat for a test drive. We think you’ll love everything it has to offer.