Below is my review of the 2018 Honda accord sport in the 1.5T. In this video, I placed the 2018 right next to the 2017 version and go over the differences.
This feature on the Honda models with remote start allows you to walk away from your car and have it lock automatically.
It is especially helpful for those who easily forget little details like swiping your finger on the door handle or hitting the lock button on the inside of your door. Here is how you set it up.
Step one, turn on your vehicle either accessory mode or full engine start.
Step two, from the home menu, enter your settings menu.
Next, select vehicle.
Under vehicle, go into door/window set up and all the way at the bottom you will see walk away autolock.
Select walk away autolock and it will give you the option to turn it on or off. Go ahead and select the on button.
And there you have it, walk away autolock!
Here’s a cool story of Christina who’s 2013 Honda Accord was totaled in a collision where a truck T-Boned her car. Check out what she says about her situation!
Honda has unveiled the 2015 Civic in the United States.
Since the model was recently given afacelift, the changes are relatively limited but include a new Special Edition (SE) sedan that features a continuously variable transmission and 15-inch aluminum wheels with black painted inserts. The car also comes nicely equipped with automatic climate control, a Display Audio system, additional tweeter speakers and the Honda LaneWatch system.
The 2015 Civic will go on sale tomorrow and pricing starts at $18,290. The Civic SE sedan will arrive shortly thereafter and will cost $19,990.
Note: Prices exclude a $790 destination and handling charge
Just the Facts:
- The 2015 Honda Civic Sedan LX starts at $19,280, reflecting a $100 price increase over the 2014 model.
- A new 2015 Honda Civic Sedan Special Edition or SE starts at $20,780.
- The 2015 Civic Sedan and Coupe arrive at dealerships on Wednesday.
A new 2015 Honda Civic Sedan Special Edition or SE starts at $20,780, including shipping.
Honda’s SE model slots in between the Civic LX and EX and includes a continuously variable transmission, 15-inch aluminum-alloy wheels with black-painted inserts, Honda LaneWatch, automatic climate control, audio with HondaLink and additional tweeter speakers.
The SE model is designed to “provide customers with an even higher-value option, adding over $1,100 worth of telematics, audio, comfort, convenience and style upgrades for just $700 over the Sedan LX,” Honda said in a statement.
The 2015 Civic Sedan and Coupe arrive at Honda dealerships on Wednesday. American Honda announced Civic Sedan and Coupe pricing on Tuesday.
The top-of-the-line 2015 Honda Civic Sedan EX-L Navi CVT starts at $25,130, including shipping.
The 2015 Honda Civic Coupe LX starts at $19,080, including shipping, reflecting a $100 price increase over the 2014 model.
The top-of-the-line 2015 Civic Coupe EX-L Navi CVT starts at $24,930, including shipping.
Honda’s 2015 Civic Si Sedan and Coupe, Civic Hybrid and Civic Natural Gas go on sale in the fall. Pricing on those models has not been announced.
The Civic is a carryover model with minimal upgrades for the new model year. Standard features on the 2015 Civic include a rearview camera, expanded-view driver’s mirror and Bluetooth.
Edmunds says: The 2015 Civic gets a modest price increase and a new value-oriented model that puts a premium on affordability.
It’s been exciting to see the new fit! It’s definitely a winner in my eyes. I hope this test drive video helps you see why I think that!