- The 2015 Honda Accord sedan starts at $22,895, reflecting a $150 price increase over the 2014 model.
- Honda's 2015 Accord Coupe starts at $24,565, also reflecting a $150 price increase.
- Priced at $30,095, the 2015 Accord Hybrid also receives a $150 price increase.
Honda's 2015 Accord Coupe starts at $24,565, also reflecting a $150 price increase.
Priced at $30,095, the 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid also receives a $150 price increase.
All prices include a $790 destination charge.
Carryover models with minor upgrades, the 2015 Accords arrive at U.S. dealerships today.
The Accord Sedan and Coupe EX-L and EX-L Navi models now include the HomeLink universal remote system as standard equipment. The Accord Coupe EX with a four-cylinder engine adds the Honda LaneWatch display that provides a better view of the passenger-side roadway.
Honda on Tuesday announced that the Honda Accord and CR-V are "America's most popular car and SUV with retail car buyers in the first half of 2014." The Honda analysis is based on new-vehicle retail registration data from IHS Automotive.
The key word is "retail" or "sales to individual U.S. car buyers," as the automaker put it in a statement. Honda did not factor in fleet sales.
When fleet sales are included, the Honda CR-V is the only one of four Honda models to be No. 1 in its segment, said Automotive News on Tuesday.
Edmunds says: Honda keeps the 2015 Accord price increase to a minimum.