“Once again, a Honda Accord is roving down a highway where no automobile has left before by winning a 10Best Cars endowment for an rare 29th time,” pronounced Jeff Conrad, comparison clamp boss and ubiquitous manager of a Honda Division of American Honda Motor Co, Inc. “We’re respected to accept this award, that recognizes a well-developed engineering and pushing opening that have helped make Accord a long-lived tip choice of particular American automobile buyers.”
“The Accord offers terrifically liquid and sporty handling, while functioning ideally for bland use,” pronounced Car and Driver Editor-in-Chief Eddie Alterman. “It’s light on a feet and really driver-oriented, even if many of a drivers will never try a full operation of a energetic capabilities. The Accord is an clandestine sports sedan, and that’s what resonates with a editors year after year.”
Now in a ninth generation, a Accord has been sole in a U.S. given 1976 and constructed in America given 1982. More than 95 percent of Accords sole in America are constructed during a company’s Marysville, Ohio plant regulating domestic and globally sourced parts.
2015 Honda Accord
The 2015 Accord lineup facilities Honda’s innovative Earth Dreams Technology™ powertrains, including Honda’s next-generation 2.4-liter, direct-injected 4-cylinder engine with invariably non-static delivery or 6-speed primer transmission. The Accord’s fuel economy is best in difficulty in a EPA Midsize category, with 4-cylinder models earning a 36 mpg highway EPA rating1 and a V-6 models garnering a 34 mpg highway EPA rating1. The Accord Hybrid Sedan, with a class-leading 50 mpg EPA city fuel-economy rating1 is powered by an all-new rarely fit Atkinson cycle engine and two-motor hybrid system.
In further to fuel economy ratings leadership, a Accord has ceaselessly led a attention in assembly despotic emissions standards. The Accord Plug-In is a initial automobile to grasp SULEV 20 emissions standards, with a lowest tailpipe emissions of any ICE automobile now available. Additionally a Accord was a initial automobile to accommodate ULEV (1998) and SULEV (2000) emissions standards.
Accord was a many renouned midsize newcomer automobile in America in 2013 and again by Sep of 2014, formed on sales to particular (non-fleet) automobile buyers, according to new automobile registration information from R.L. Polk.
1 Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison functions only. Your tangible mileage will change depending on how we expostulate and say your vehicle.