MSRP by Trim Level

Honda has a reputation for producing cars with some of the lowest MSRPs in the auto world, and with recent updates to the Accord trim levels, Honda’s mid-size car is one of the best values in its class. By giving drivers access to high-tech standard features like Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and Honda’s i-MID infotainment system as well as powerful and efficient Earth Dreams engines, Honda has managed to outdo the competition in one of the most competitive segments of the auto world.

2015 Honda Accord Sedan

The Accord Sedan is available in six trim levels:

  • LX: $22,105*
  • Sport: $23,865*
  • EX: $25,030*
  • EX-L: $28,420*
  • EX-L V6: $30,495*
  • Touring: $33,630*

While the Accord Coupe can be found in four trim levels:

  • LX-S: $23,775*
  • EX: $25,450*
  • EX-L: $28,495*
  • EX-L V6: $30,775*

It’s hard to put into words just what drivers receive on each of these low-priced Honda models, so to give you an idea of why you should be driving an Accord, we thought we would compare it to the competition. Let’s see how the entry-level 2015 Accord LX Sedan stands up against three popular models from other automakers:

  • 2015 Toyota Camry LE: The Camry’s touchscreen interface comes in at 6.1 inches to the Accord’s 8-inch touchscreen, Toyota is still using steel wheels instead of upgrading to standard alloys like on the Accord, and the 178-hp Toyota four-cylinder is rated at 35 highway mpg and 25 city mpg while the 2015 Accord Sedan LX with CVT earns an EPA-estimated 36 highway mpg and 27 city mpg from its 185-hp engine.**
  • 2015 Nissan Altima 2.5: Bluetooth is the highlight of this entry-level Altima, which doesn’t feature a touchscreen infotainment system or rearview camera like the Accord’s. While the Accord takes home five-star ratings in important NHTSA tests like Front Side Crash, Overall Side Barrier Crash, and Rollover Safety, the Altima earned no better than four stars in them (with only a three star rating in the Front Side Crash Test).
  • 2015 Hyundai Sonata SE: Hyundai has come a long way in recent years, but their entry-level Sonata still lacks features when put up against the Accord. Features like dual-zone automatic climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system, and a rearview camera all require upgrades despite coming standard on the Accord. While the Sonata matches the Accord on power at 185 hp, it only manages a city fuel economy of 25 mpg, coming up short of the Honda.

*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $820.00 destination charge and options.

**24 city/34 highway/27 combined mpg rating for 4-cylinder Sedan 6MT models. 27 city/36 highway/30 combined mpg rating for Sedan CVT models. 26 city/34 highway/29 combined mpg rating for Sport Sedan CVT models. 21 city/34 highway/26 combined mpg rating for V-6 Sedan models. Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.


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