The family sedan has earned a reputation for boredom among many Metro Detroit drivers, but Honda has worked hard to change that with the 2015 Honda Accord Sport. Honda has always pushed the envelope with the Accord, aiming to be a mid-size sedan that gives drivers more of what they want at every level, and we think that the Accord Sport embodies just how fun a family sedan can be.
Making the Accord Sportier
The 2015 Accord is one of our favorite models, and it’s because of trims like the Sport that let drivers get just what they want out of this incredibly versatile sedan. So, what can drivers expect from this flashy sedan?
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- Decklid spoiler
- Dual exhaust that boosts the Accord’s output to 189 hp
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
- 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat
- Available continuously variable transmission with paddle shifters
That’s in addition to the Accord’s standard features of Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, Honda’s i-MID infotainment system, a rearview camera, and an expanded view driver’s mirror that have been redefining the idea of entry-level model amenities.
The 2015 Honda Accord Sport remains one of the most fuel-efficient models of its kinds as well, with CVT models bringing an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 35 mpg.*
There’s also still room for five in this special take on the Accord, and we think that it’s clear from its decklid spoiler to leather-wrapped steering wheel and dual exhaust that the 2015 Accord Sport is proof that the family sedan can still be fun and exciting.
Of course, if you want something with a bit more power, you can step it up a notch or two with the Accord’s V6 engine, available on the EX-L and Touring trim levels.
Experience the Accord Sport Firsthand
We hope that you wouldn’t take our word for it that a vehicle is fun to drive; the best way to find that out is by sitting behind the wheel for yourself. Visit a Detroit Area Honda Dealer near you and let us put you into the driver’s seat of the 2015 Honda Accord Sport. We think you’ll agree with us that it shatters the expectations most drivers have for a family sedan.