2015 Honda Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Honda made waves in the market with its China debut in April 2015 of the Concept D, a futuristic SUV sure to turn heads with its eye-catching, almost outlandish, design. Honda also stopped production for some vehicles, like the Accord Plug-In Hybrid, Civic Hybrid, the Fit EV, and the popular Ridgeline, which saw only a short, one-year hiatus. More vehicles entered the lineup: The BR-V, XR-V, and the HR-V, which returned after a nine-year break with its 2nd generation, although it didn’t pick up much speed until the 2016 model year. Honda gave the Pilot a Special Edition trim level with rear seat entertainment, a sunroof, and stylish alloy wheels and added a universal garage door opener and some driver assistance features to the Accord. The CR-V saw some notable changes, like a transformed chassis and a CVT transmission, while the Fit got an overhaul with additional trim levels, a CVT transmission option, and a standard rearview camera.
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Accord Hybrid
The midsize 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid features an eye-catching style blended with incredible fuel economy to create a reliable and sophisticated drive.
$17,011 - $21,801
People Are Paying
48 MPG
COMBINED
$17,011 - $21,801
People Are Paying
48 MPG
COMBINED
Accord
Style, performance, fuel-efficiency, and technology combine to create Honda’s 2015 Accord Sedan, which comes in nine trim levels to meet each driver’s needs.
$14,622 - $20,876
People Are Paying
27 - 31 MPG
COMBINED
$14,622 - $20,876
People Are Paying
27 - 31 MPG
COMBINED
Civic
The sporty 2015 Honda Civic Coupe is a compact, fuel-efficient car with five trim levels that help drivers choose their most important features.
$13,906 - $19,109
People Are Paying
26 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
$13,906 - $19,109
People Are Paying
26 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
Civic Hybrid
Fuel-efficient, sporty, and aerodynamic, the 2015 Honda Civic Hybrid maintains a dominant performance while ranging up to 47 mpg on the highway.
$15,199 - $17,318
People Are Paying
45 MPG
COMBINED
$15,199 - $17,318
People Are Paying
45 MPG
COMBINED
Crosstour
One of the leading compact SUVs on the market, the 2015 Honda CR-V returns with a CVT and upgraded styling, plus new standard features in its four trims.
$14,258 - $19,626
People Are Paying
23 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
$14,258 - $19,626
People Are Paying
23 - 26 MPG
COMBINED
CR-V
A modest size and sporty style blend to create the 2015 Honda CR-Z, a hybrid hatchback with a focus on giving its passengers exciting rides.
$16,251 - $24,423
People Are Paying
29 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
$16,251 - $24,423
People Are Paying
29 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
CR-Z
The 2015 Honda Crosstour combines dependability, fuel-efficiency, and technology to create a fun and aggressive hatchback with a dominating performance.
$12,038 - $14,405
People Are Paying
34 - 37 MPG
COMBINED
$12,038 - $14,405
People Are Paying
34 - 37 MPG
COMBINED
Fit
The 2015 Honda Fit comes with four cargo space configurations to make room for the family and their stuff while still offering comfort and reliability.
$13,074 - $15,503
People Are Paying
33 - 37 MPG
COMBINED
$13,074 - $15,503
People Are Paying
33 - 37 MPG
COMBINED
Odyssey
A minivan with modern styling and a technology-filled interior, the 2015 Honda Odyssey will likely make drivers rethink the minivan.
$15,753 - $25,675
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
$15,753 - $25,675
People Are Paying
23 MPG
COMBINED
Pilot
With room for up to eight passengers, the 2015 Honda Pilot offers a comfortable and versatile interior while still giving drivers a reliable fuel range.
$16,152 - $24,616
People Are Paying
20 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
$16,152 - $24,616
People Are Paying
20 - 21 MPG
COMBINED
Honda made waves in the market with its China debut in April 2015 of the Concept D, a futuristic SUV sure to turn heads with its eye-catching, almost outlandish, design. Honda also stopped production for some vehicles, like the Accord Plug-In Hybrid, Civic Hybrid, the Fit EV, and the popular Ridgeline, which saw only a short, one-year hiatus. More vehicles entered the lineup: The BR-V, XR-V, and the HR-V, which returned after a nine-year break with its 2nd generation, although it didn’t pick up much speed until the 2016 model year. Honda gave the Pilot a Special Edition trim level with rear seat entertainment, a sunroof, and stylish alloy wheels and added a universal garage door opener and some driver assistance features to the Accord. The CR-V saw some notable changes, like a transformed chassis and a CVT transmission, while the Fit got an overhaul with additional trim levels, a CVT transmission option, and a standard rearview camera.
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