Notes: Some people think the seats in the 2015 Accord are uncomfortable, which is a problem that has plagued the Accord since 2008.

However our opinion is the seats have gotten better, & aside from that issue, the 2015 model year seems relatively trouble free.


fairly significant
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
8,200 miles
Total Complaints:
5 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (4 reports)
  2. don't drive in the left lane of a crowned interstate (1 reports)
2015 Honda Accord steering problems

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2015 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #5

Sep 262018

Accord EX-L 3.5L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 36,000 miles


When I first bought the car, I noticed the squeaky noise when I turned the steering wheel to either side. At about 32,000 miles, it started to pull right when being driven. I have my first 4-wheel alignment on Sep 26, 2018 at Honda dealer. Problem still persisted.

- Amunah M., Arlington, TX, US

problem #4

Nov 152015

Accord Sport

  • Automatic transmission
  • 3,500 miles

After a couple hundred miles and a few longer highway trips I noticed this car pulls hard to the left on the highway and on a lot of local roadways. Brought it in to the dealer where it was purchased and they re-did the alignment after finding the steering wheel was misaligned causing the vehicle to pull hard left when I centered the steering wheel. Told me they test drove the vehicle and the alignment was within Honda's standard. Left the dealership and after a few longer highway trips and a lot of local roadways the vehicle still pulls hard left. When the crown of the roadway is to the right the vehicle hardly pulls that way and its barely noticeable.

Took the vehicle back they checked the alignment and it had not changed since they fixed it the first time. Went on a test drive with the mechanic and he told me it was the crown of the roadway. I told him I'd like to go out on the highway where it is most noticeable and he refused to go there. Offered to switch the front tires to the back so I accepted. The vehicle still is pulling hard left noticeably. On the highway today above 60 mph very noticeable. It is really annoying. I do not believe it is the crown of the roadway causing it to pull left as hard as it does because when it crowns right it does not pull like it does left.

I now have 3500 miles on this vehicle and it is very annoying and has made me very unhappy with my purchase. I have owned several Honda vehicles in the past....2003 civic coupe, 2000 civic si, 2008 civic 4dr, and a 2010 civic 4dr. I've had several mustangs, a charger r/t, ford f150 and a Trailblazer SS. These vehicles did not have this same problem and drove straight! Need help!!!! I have only owned this vehicle for a few months and very dissatisfied.

- pjmarino20, Clementon, NJ, US

problem #3

Jan 042015

Accord EX Vd

  • Automatic transmission
  • 50 miles

I purchased a 2015 Honda Accord EX-L V6 from Garden State Honda in Clifton,N.J. on December 31, 2014. The following week I was on my way to New Hampshire where I work during the week and noticed that it pulled to the left above 60 mph. The car had 2,000 miles on it by the time I was able to bring it back to the selling dealer for repair. The mechanic refused to do an alignment because, as he put it, it was not broken in and I should drive it at least a few thousand miles.

I had not asked for an alignment; I told them it pulls to the left and he assumed that it needed an alignment. When I was back in New Hampshire I brought it to the local Honda dealer and they switched the front tires and felt it was OK. It was not and I brought it back. They did further tests and found that the tread on one of the tires was askew so they replaced two tires and said it was OK. Again it was not as the pulling returned after the next tire rotation.

I have had the car in for this problem 5 times in the 10 months since I purchased it. The most recent attempt to repair was 10/21/15 but they found nothing wrong. I was told that they road tested it and found that it pulled left in the left lane and pulled right in the right lane which they attributed to the crown in the road.They said that my car is very sensitive to the crowning in the road but there is nothing wrong.

The car has 28,900 miles on it and it has not once pulled to the right on me. I drove it in every lane of the highway and it only pulled left. I am of the same opinion as the other fellow whom experienced this issue: my next step is to leave it with the selling dealer to fix it or replace it. I will let you know what happens.

PS: if the fellow with the same issue is reading this, don't be so quick to put on Michelins, as that is what is on my car.

- not a rookie, New Milford, NJ, US

problem #2

Sep 302015

Accord LX

  • Automatic transmission
  • 1,300 miles

pulls to the sides over 60 miles. feels unstable

very worried about it. I'll take the car to the dealer to see what they have to say.

- Giovanna R., Pompano Beach, FL, US

problem #1

Nov 282014

Accord Sport 2.4L I4

  • Manual transmission
  • 10 miles

Since new, my Accord has pulled to the left signifigantly at highway speeds. Most of my driving is on the interstate to and from work 5 days a week (about 20 miles each way). I didn't notice it at first but then I started wondering why my left wrist was always hurting. Finally it dawned on me, I was fighting the damn steering wheel!

Monday 03/02/15 I took the car into the nearest dealer (not where the car was purchased). They checked the alignment and found it to be "within Honda's specifications". Allegedly test drove the car (but I'd almost guarantee they didn't get it on the interstate above 60 MPH) and it still pulled left so they swapped front tires to rear and vice versa. "Problem solved" they said.

Next day I get on the interstate to go to work and guess what: still pulls to the left.

Drop it off at the dealer again on Thursday 03/05 and on Friday 03/06 they tell me that 3 different techs have driven it, including the service manager that also owns an Accord, and they've all determined that it's due to the crowning of the road. UGH!!!!!!! Total BS and they all know it. They're claiming it pulls to the right if you're in the right lane and to the left if you're in the left lane. NOT THE CASE! This car has NEVER pulled to the right no matter what lane I'm in and even if the Nebraska winds are howling at the driver's side of the car!! I told them they're keeping it until they figure it out or until Honda figures it out for them. At a minimum they need to try a different set of tires (this one has the OEM Bridgetones...or are they Yokohamas?...I don't remember and can't look because they still have the damn car).

Later Friday 03/06 they call and tell me that the service manager has found a TSB regarding this very issue. They need the car overnight again as the repair process involves some very precise measuring, etc. Holy smokes, I'll bet Goober and Jethro are real good at measurin'. ARRRRGH!

Saturday 03/07: While at work the dealer leaves a voice mail stating that they still haven't found anything wrong with the Accord and that when I get there today that one of their techs will ride with me to see if I can duplicate the issue and "offer some suggestions". Suggestions? As to what? How to drive an Accord?

Now I've made an appointment with the selling dealer 50 miles away for Monday morning. If it can't be fixed there, I'll start pressuring the selling dealer to fix it or replace it. I see the Lemon Law in my future. What a disappointment. My gut feeling is that it's the tires. Honda needs to authorize a dealer to replace these with something else. More updates to follow...

Update from Mar 13, 2015: Well, after MUCH convincing from the dealer's service guys, I started putting a little more stock into the "crown of the road" theory. I guess I'm usually in the left lane of I-80 on the way to and from work. Moving to the center and right lanes certainly makes a difference. The car does not pull to the right while in the right hand lane nearly as bad as it pulls to the left in the left hand lane but there is some merit to their theory.

I should've spent more time test driving I guess. I've owned other Hondas and just assumed all would be well. I suspect the tires might have something to do with it. If I weren't leasing it I would push to have some Michelins put on.

- cwade, Omaha, NE, US

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