2015 Honda Accord 2DR LX-S


29,000 Miles
In Stock
The Boat Yard Inc.
Stock #
Accord 2DR LX-S


Dealer Insights

Warranty - Basic (mths/miles) 36/36,000
Warrranty - Powertrain (mths/miles) 60/60,000
Warranty - Corrosion perforation (mths/miles) 60/Unlimited
Warranty - Roadside assistance (mths/miles) 36/36,000
Engine 2.4L I-4
Engine - valvetrain DOHC
Brakes 4-Wheel Disc
Anti-lock braking system (ABS) 4-Wheel
Brake assist Std
Drive type Front-Wheel
Engine block heater Opt
Exhaust Stainless Steel
Steering Rack And Pinion
Speed sensitive steering Std
Suspension tuning Regular
Front suspension type Strut
Front anti-roll bar Std
Front shocks Gas-Pressurized
Front springs Coil
Rear suspension type Multi-Link
Rear anti-roll bar Std
Rear shocks Gas-Pressurized
Rear springs Coil
Electronic stability system Std
Sequential shift control Opt
Transmission 6-Spd Man W/OD
Axle ratio 4.11
Remote vehicle starting system Opt
Traction control ABS And Driveline
Driver information center Std
Tachometer Std
Trip computer Std
Water temp gauge Std
Low fuel warning Std
Service interval warning Std
Lighting - map lights Front
Lighting - dome light Fade
Lighting - cargo light Std
Illuminated vanity mirrors Driver And Passenger
Rear window defogger Std
Rear view mirror Day-Night
Mirrors - visor vanity mirrors Driver And Passenger
Seatback storage pockets 1
Tilt-Wheel adjustable steering column Std
Steering wheel material Urethane
Air conditioning, front Dual Zone Automatic
Air filter Std
Underseat ducts Std
Cargo concealed storage Std
Cargo net Opt
Clock In-Radio Display
Cupholders Front And Rear
Gear shift knob trim Urethane
Overhead console Mini With Storage
Floor console Full
Floor mats Carpeted Front And Rear
Instrumentation Analog
Airbags, frontal Driver And Front Passenger
Airbags, side impact SmartVent Seat Mounted, Driver And Passenger
Airbags, side curtain Curtain 1st And 2nd Row
Height adjustable safety belts Front
Seatbelt pre-tensioners Front
Exterior light control Fully Automatic
Antenna Window Grid
Body material Fully Galvanized Steel
Paint Clearcoat Monotone
Bodyside moldings Body-Colored
Grille trim Black W/Chrome Surround
Fog/driving lights Front
Door count 2 Doors
Rear cargo door Trunk
Tinted windows Light
Rear window type Fixed
Mirrors Dual Power Remote
Heated door mirrors N/A
Sunroof N/A
Spoiler Lip
Tires P215/55VR17.0 BSW AS
Wheels 17" Silver Aluminum
Spare tire and wheel Compact Steel
Windshield wipers - front Variable Intermittent
Mud flaps Opt
Headlights Halogen
Delay off headlamps Std
Daytime running lights Std

Front head room 39 "
Rear head room 37 "
Front shoulder room 59 "
Rear shoulder room 55 "
Front hip room 55 "
Rear hip room 49 "
Front leg room 42.2 "
Rear leg room 33.7 "
Luggage capacity 13.7 Cu.Ft.
Maximum cargo capacity 13.7 Cu.Ft.
Standard seating 5
Length 189.2 "
Body width 72.8 "
Body height 56.5 "
Wheelbase 107.3 "
Ground clearance 5.8 "
Curb 3,186 Lbs.
Gross weight N/A
Fuel tank capacity 17.2 Gal.
EPA mileage estimates 24 City / 34 Hwy
Base engine size 2.4 Liters
Base engine type I-4
Horsepower 185 Hp
Horsepower rpm 6,400
Torque 181 Lb-Ft.
Torque rpm 3,900
Drive type Front-Wheel
Turning radius 18.8 ''
Long considered a top contender in the family-sedan market, the Honda Accord is among the best of a crop of superb midsize cars. Accord comes in four-door sedan and two-door coupe form, with a wide variety of engine and transmission choices. The Honda Accord was completely redesigned and re-engineered for the 2013 model year.
An Accord Hybrid sedan joined the lineup for 2014, boasting an EPA-estimated 50-mpg City fuel-economy rating from its smooth, advanced two-motor gas-electric hybrid powertrain. Also new for 2014 was an Accord Plug-in Hybrid with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine, which could be recharged overnight by connecting to an electrical outlet. The regular Accord Hybrid returns for 2015, but the Plug-in edition is absent, dropped after just one season on the market. Honda plans to announce its intentions for continuation of a Plug-in Hybrid model at Detroit's North American International Auto Show, in January 2015.

For 2015, four-cylinder EX-L and EX-L Navi trim levels of the Accord sedan and coupe gain a standard HomeLink universal remote system, programmable with codes for up to three devices. The four-cylinder EX coupe adds the Honda LaneWatch display, which uses a camera and in-dash screen to provide an enhanced view of the passenger-side roadway. All coupes of EX-L level and above get an auto-dimming inside mirror.

The 2015 Honda Accord comes standard with a 185-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. It's a smooth, enjoyable engine and, on sedans, gets an EPA-estimated 27/36 mpg City/Highway with the CVT (continuously variable transmission), or 24/34 mpg with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Sport Sedan and Coupe models with CVT are rated 26/35 mpg.

An available 3.5-liter V6 engine delivers 278 horsepower, and is EPA-rated at 21/34 mpg City/Highway with the 6-speed automatic transmission; V6-powered Accord Coupes rate 21/32 mpg with automatic. The Accord V6 coupe is also available with a sporty 6-speed manual gearbox, estimated at a less-thrifty18/28 mpg.

Equipped with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine, the Accord Hybrid seamlessly blends electric-only drive, gas-engine drive, and a combination of the two. The result is excellent fuel economy and smooth cruising. Accord Hybrid is EPA-estimated at 50/45 mpg City/Highway (47 mpg combined). We got better than 50 mpg while driving normally, though Consumer Reports managed only 40 mpg during its testing. Hybrid sedans come in three trim levels.

On the road, a Honda Accord is quiet and controlled, a blend of isolation from annoyances with responsive road manners. Overall, it feels smooth, well-rounded and refined, doing everything better than average.

All Accord models have room for four adults, or five in a pinch. Sedans, as expected, have more backseat space than coupes.

The midsize segment has plenty of viable competitors. Among them: Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion, Chevrolet Malibu, Nissan Altima, Mazda6, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, and Volkswagen Passat. Drivers who want more space, performance or features might consider a Nissan Maxima or Toyota Avalon. Hyundai's Genesis Coupe is another option, for those who favor two-doors. Choices in the family sedan segment are bigger and broader than ever, and car …