2015 Nissan Altima vs. 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio

If you’re looking for a reliable, safe and stylish sedan, you’ve come to the right place! Benson Honda wants to make sure that you get not only the best price for a new car, but the best new car possible. Today we’re comparing the 2015 Nissan Altima and the 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio to see which one outshines the other!

As far as safety features go, the Accord has significantly more offerings. Firstly, there is the optional Collision Mitigation System which uses forward mounted sensors to warn the driver of a possible collision. However, if the driver doesn’t react quickly enough, the breaks are applied at full-force to reduce impact or avoid the collision all together! The Accord also has Daytime Running Lights that will increase the chance of other vehicles seeing your car, even in the daylight.

If you don’t want to pay an arm and a leg after you already purchase the vehicle, then you better go with the 2016 Accord, because it’s proven to be more reliable than the Altima. Consumer Reports predicts that the Accord’s V6 reliability will be a whopping 77% better than the Altima’s V6. That’s pretty significant if you ask us! In addition to that, Honda overall is ranked above Nissan in reliability with Honda in 5th and Nissan in 12th.

Aside from safety and reliability, the 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio has some fun extras and capabilities. For example, the Accord can tow up to 1000 pounds, and unfortunately, the Altima can’t tow at all. The Accord comes standard with adjusting windshield wipers that regulate with rainfall, automatic headlights, standard dual zone AC and adaptive cruise control.

How is the 2016 Honda Accord in Waco looking now? Seems like it’s the better choice of the two sedans! If you’d like to see it for yourself, come stop by Benson Honda and one of our associates would be happy to help you out!


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