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Diappointing Ride
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By SATEESH MAGAL
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2015 Honda Accord Sedan LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl CVT)


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After the 1993 Accord and a 2009 Accord, both in the LX Trim, the 2015 Honda Accord is a huge disappointment. The Ride of the Car is Poor. The Rear Suspension emits a Sound as though a Strut has failed. Also the McPherson Strut Suspension is a Step down from the Double Wishbone Suspension. The 2009 Accord's ride was similar to a Mercedes E-Class but the 2015 Accord is a downgrade.


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Civic to Accord
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By DML, Sr
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2015 Honda Accord Sedan Sport 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 6M)


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Road Noise is only a bit better than the Civic


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Get all details from Dealership before paperwork
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Svaidya Ji
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2015 Honda Accord Sedan EX-L w/Navigation 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl CVT)


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Honda warranty is only for 36K miles or 3 years whichever comes first. Verify the dealership has all the accessories (e.g. 2 sets of keys and proper spare tire in the trunk). Also ensure that no scratches are hiding behind the dirt on the car body.


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Great fuel economy, awful seats, noisy
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By Bob
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2015 Honda Accord Sedan LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl CVT)


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The car is ok. It doesn't look good, but it doesn't look bad. Fantastic MPG (I regularly get around 42-43 on the highway), but you can't travel for more than an hour at a time because it kills your back and especially buttocks. It's snappy for a 4-cyl and the CVT works fine. It's quiet in the city and loud enough on the highway that you can't always hear the people in the car with you. The trunk is reasonably spacious but the rear seat back comes down in one piece (no 60/40 split) and the opening between the trunk and the passenger compartment is narrower than both the trunk and the seat that limits the cargo space more than you can imagine. It also has some hooks/hinges than come down and won't let the trunk close if it's completely full to the top. I would not recommend it, for the first time in my life as a car owner I'm looking for replacements less than 2 years into owning a brand new vehicle.


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1998 better than 2015
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By Don-Omaha,Ne
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2015 Honda Accord Sedan EX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl CVT)


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Do not like the headlights on low beam that sharply cutoff the top of light beam and reduce visibility, this is especially bad when going downhill and then the road rises quickly. You cannot see the roadway ahead. My 1998 Honda Accord had a much better ride. The 2015 Accord ride is jarring, stiff and transmits every small bump to the passengers. I have had small sport cars that have had a more pleasant ride. Lumber wagon is the best way to describe the ride. The heater controls and radio controls are needlessly complicated. Where one knob could control the heater, there are three! On/Off, Speed Up, Speed Down. Each is distracting, you have to take your eyes off the road to use/find them. It is a safety hazard just as bad as someone texting while driving. Knobs are easy to use, and do not require that you take your eyes off the road to use them. The radio also, has too many buttons, where one multi-function knob would do. My 1998 Accord had a multi-level center console, which made holding small items convenient, and a soft-touch cover over the cup holders, which made for a more tidy appearance. Also, the courtesy/safety lights on all the four doors that were on the 1998 Accord, were not on this higher priced version, even though there are cutouts on the doors where they were intended to be placed. Road noise is still a problem for Honda to solve. I once owned a 1986 Toyota Cambry, and it was way more quiet than this 2015, or even the 1998. Also,one last item: Honda has to do something about the car colors they offer! Boring is and understatement. Look at the Ford red, and then at the pathetic, washed out red?? offered by Honda. Limited interior color choices and the sad attempt to suggest woodgrain accents on the dash, with only dull black plastic, dose not carry the image of even pretend luxury, for cars that can cost up $38,000+. Doubt if I would buy another Accord.


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