2015 Honda Accord vs 2015 Honda Civic

2015 Honda Accord 2015 Honda Civic
10.1 l/100km City Fuel Economy 8.6 l/100km
6.9 l/100km Highway Fuel Economy 6.6 l/100km
185 HP Horsepower 143 HP
15.8 cu. ft. Cargo Capacity 12.5 cu. ft.

2015 Honda Accord vs 2015 Honda Civic

2015 Honda Accord vs 2015 Honda Civic

Sometimes it isn’t just whether you want a Honda or a Hyundai that you have to worry about. Occasionally, you’ll realize that you want a Honda, but you can’t decide exactly which one that you want. We’re going to start posting a few pages to help you with those situations as well, starting with this page showing the differences between the 2015 Honda Accord vs 2015 Honda Civic. In this battle between Honda’s compact and midsize cars, we’ll focus specifications and features on the 4-door sedan versions to make things easier.

But aside from the 4-door sedan versions, each vehicle has plenty of different model types. Each obviously has a coupe version, but in addition to that the Honda Accord has both a hybrid model and a plug-in hybrid model. The Civic on the other hand has even more choices, with the Civic Si coupe or sedan, the Civic Natural Gas, Civic Hybrid and lastly the Civic High Fuel Efficiency. There’s a choice for you in either vehicle, no matter what your needs.

4-Door Sedan Grade Specifications

Just taking a gander at the table below, you can see that each vehicle has its clear advantages. The Honda Accord is a bigger vehicle, so it isn’t hard to fathom that it would have a couple extra cubic feet of cargo space in its trunk. Also with being a bigger vehicle, it needs a little more power to help it run, so 42 extra horses are packed into the engine. That’s a healthy advantage, but not so much so that it would blow the Civic out of the dust.

The 2015 Honda Civic on the other hand has a clear advantage in terms of fuel efficiency. Utilizing 1.5 l/100km less when driving through the city streets, and .3 l/100km less on the highway, it has a combined fuel economy of 7.6 l/100km to the Accord’s 8.6 l/100km. So if you need a little extra space, turn to the Accord, but if you’d rather save money at the pump then the Civic is for you.

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