The Honda Accord has been a favorite family car in the Raynham and Easton area for over 30 years, and it’s easy to see why. Compared to the smaller Civic, the Honda Accord provides drivers with more space, more luxury, and greater performance that still maintain fuel efficiency.However, it might be the reliability of the Honda Accord that’s the biggest draw for families. The Accord has a great reputation for being trouble-free, meaning that with regular maintenance at Silko Honda you’ll seldom have any malfunctions or repairs to make. It also routinely receives top safety scores in government and private crash tests. With such a secure car, no wonder it’s a family favorite!
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
The 2015 Honda Accord
can be purchased in coupe or sedan body styles. Features you can opt for include comfort features like dual-zone automatic climate control and leather upholstery, safety features like a rearview camera and collision warning systems, and electronic features like satellite radio and smartphone app integration.
In terms of performance, you can choose between a 2.4L inline four-cylinder engine, or a 3.5L V6, both of which have plenty of power for highway merging and passing maneuvers. There’s also plenty of room for passengers, with a comfortable and spacious backseat. The trunk weighs in at 15.8 cubic feet of cargo space, while you can fold down the rear seat for more room.
Honda Accord Reviews
Silko Honda is not the only fan of the Honda Accord. Leading automotive critics have praised the latest Accord:
- The Car Connection: “The Honda Accord has long been one of the most popular entries, in a mainstay of the American market: the mid-size, family-oriented sedan…the 2015 Accord carries over from last year’s redesign as a model that doesn’t aim to be an outlier, rather a lean, refined, sophisticated model that does it all — with a lot more value than we’ve expected from Honda in the past.”
- Auto Trader: “…the 2015 Honda Accord is a little smaller, a lot sleeker and packed with the kind of cutting-edge features that used to be Honda’s hallmark. There is, for example, new styling, which represents a crisp evolution from the previous-generation model. There’s also a nicer interior, and you no longer have to spring for the pricey EX if you want cool features because even the mainstream LX comes standard with alloy wheels, Bluetooth, USB connectivity and dual-zone automatic climate control.”
While the 2016 Honda Accord isn’t out yet, there has been a great deal of speculation about the design and features. It’s likely to receive fresh styling on the front and rear, as well as an upgrade of the interior. Powertrain updates are likely in order to keep the powerful engine compliant with increasing fuel efficiency.
See How the Accord Compares to…