The 2015 Honda Accord arrives in the new model year with more equipment, which means prices for the coupe and sedan have increased slightly. A 2015 Honda Accord LX sedan with a manual transmission now starts at $22,895 with destination, up $150 versus last year's base model price; the cheapest 2015 Honda Accord Coupe is an LX-S with a manual transmission, at $24,565; and the 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid sees its sticker rise $150 to $30,095.
Changes for the 2015 Honda Accord begin with the addition of a HomeLink garage-door opener on EX-L and EX-L Navigation trims, Honda's LaneWatch camera system becoming standard on the EX coupe four-cylinder, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror joining the equipment list for Accord EX-L and higher coupes.
The 2015 Honda Accord remains available with a 185/189-hp 2.4-liter inline-four engine, which can be paired to a continuously variable transmission or a six-speed manual, and a 278-hp 3.5-liter V-6 that can mate with a six-speed automatic or a six-speed manual.
Pricing for the four-cylinder 2015 Honda Accord sedan is now as follows: the LX costs $22,895 with a manual or $23,695 with a CVT, the Accord Sport is $24,655 or $25,455 depending on transmission, and the EX is $25,820 or $26,620. The Honda Accord EX-L and EX-L Navigation sedans come only with the CVT, and cost $29,210 and $30,985 respectively.
The 2015 Honda Accord coupe is slightly pricier than the sedan in four-cylinder guise. The LX-S is $24,565 with a manual or $25,415 with a CVT, and the EX is $26,240 or $27,090. The Accord EX-L and EX-L Navi coupes are available only with a CVT and sticker for $29,285 and $31,060.
The V-6-powered 2015 Honda Accord EX-L sedan now starts at $31,285 and is offered only with an automatic transmission, while the 2015 Honda Accord EX-L V-6 coupe costs $31,565 with either a manual transmission or an automatic transmission. Pricing rises to $33,060 for the EX-L V-6 Navigation sedan and $33,340 for the coupe, and $34,420 for the 2015 Honda Accord Touring V-6 sedan.
2015 Honda Accord Hybrid pricing also increases slightly, to $30,095 for the base model, $32,845 for the Hybrid EX-L, and $35,845 for the Hybrid Touring. Honda has not yet released pricing for the 2015 Accord Plug-In Hybrid.
With 220,351 sales in the U.S. through the end of July, the Honda Accord is currently America's second best-selling midsize car, after the Toyota Camry.