2015 Accord vs. 2015 Legacy in San Antonio

Trying to make a decision between the 2015 Honda Accord and the 2015 Subaru Legacy? You’re in luck! Benson Honda is here to help you sort out how the two vehicles compare. Here are some major reasons to consider each option:

2015 Accord: Major Reasons to Consider

  • The Accord’s 4-cylinder and V6 engine options are more powerful than the Legacy’s.
  • Consumer Reports found that Accord (4-cylinder models) accelerate faster to high speeds than Legacy (4-cylinder models).
  • According to EPA tests and estimates, the new Accord offers better fuel economy than the new Legacy.
  • Motor Trend found that the Accord stopped much shorter from 60 mph than its Subaru competitor.
  • With a larger trunk (15.8 cubic feet vs. the Legacy’s 15 cubic feet), the Accord allows for more versatility in terms of storage.
  • Active noise generation is a major plus in the Accord, as it helps keep things quiet. The Legacy doesn’t offer this.
  • The Accord has a maintenance minder system, which helps you keep track of when you need to get your car serviced. The Legacy isn’t equipped with this system.
  • The Accord is available in a coupe body style. The Legacy isn’t.
  • With standard dual zone a/c, Accord passengers have more control over their comfort than Legacy passengers. Only some Legacy models come with dual zone a/c.

2015 Legacy: Major Reasons to Consider

  • The Legacy has standard all-wheel drive, which is a plus for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • An 18.5-gallon fuel tank means you may be able to go longer between fill-ups in the Legacy. The Accord’s fuel tank is 17.2 gallons.
  • The track between the Legacy’s wheels is slightly longer than the track between the Accord’s wheels: 62.8 inches vs. 62.7 inches. This may improve the way the Legacy handles.

At Benson Honda, we think the reasons to consider the 2015 Honda Accord are more numerous and compelling. If you like what you’ve learned about the Accord and what to learn more, please get in touch with us!

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