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2015 Honda Civic vs. 2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Civic Sedan 2015 Honda Accord Sedan
$15,750 MSRP $24,050
353 Liters Cargo Volume 447 Liters
7.9 / 6.1 / 7.1 L/100 km Efficiency 8.8 / 6.5 / 7.8 L/100 km
143 HP / 129 lb-ft Torque Engine Ratings 185 HP / 181 lb-ft Torque

2015 Honda Civic vs. 2015 Honda Accord

2015 Honda Civic Sedan

If you’re deciding between the 2015 Honda Civic and 2015 Honda Accord, you’ve already made a good decision by choosing Honda. While both vehicles are impressive in their own right, they represent two very distinct vehicle classes that cater to different groups of drivers. To car shoppers who only concern themselves with the automotive world when it’s time to buy a car, the differences between the Honda Civic and Honda Accord might not be immediately apparent.

To help clear the air and better understand exactly what each model has to offer, we’ll compare the 2015 Honda Civic vs. 2015 Honda Accord and point out some of the key differences and similarities between the two.

Midsize Honda Accord take on compact Honda Civic

The most apparent difference between the Honda Civic and Honda Accord is size. The midsize Honda Accord LX Sedan is nearly 4 inches wider and an entire foot longer than the Honda Civic’s exterior. That larger footprint translates to more interior space, with the Accord offering nearly 100 liters of additional cargo space and more than two inches of additional rear-seat legroom. Overall, the Accord’s 2922 liters of passenger volume allows passengers to enjoy a little more space than in the Civic, which offers 2678 liters of passenger volume.

If size and space are major considerations, the Accord is a good might be the easy choice, but there are several other factors to consider, including price and efficiency, which both favor the Honda Civic.

The Case for the Honda Civic

It’s no coincidence the Honda Civic has been Canada’s best-selling car for 17 consecutive years. While it is smaller than the Accord, it offers a lot of space for its class, and with a low starting price and top-of-class efficiency, the Civic is one of the best values in the industry. In terms of standard equipment, the 2015 Honda Civic holds its own against the Accord by offering available features like heated front seats, leather-trimmed seats, and a number of active safety features.

While measurements and specs tell part of the story, the best way to decide whether the 2015 Honda Civic or 2015 Honda Accord is right for you is to drive both at Wheaton Honda.

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