2015 Honda Accord Sport has slight engine vibration

Asked by Sep 22, 2015 at 01:07 AM about the Honda Accord

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My 2015 Honda Accord Sport has a slight engine vibration when I stop at red light or stop sign or for traffic. I took it back to Honda dealer and they told me that it is normal. Is anyone else driving 2015 Honda Accord Sport and experiencing same problem?

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I love Hondas and I've driven and learned a lot about them. It is normal for newer Hondas when it stop vibrates. What it is doing when you come to a complete stop has being programmed to save gas. It reduces the amount of fuel running through the engine. It Kinda pauses the process until you accelerate

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Hi, My 2015 Honda Accord Sport has the same problem right now. (bought it like four months ago) When I stop at a red light or am on drive mode and the RPM is at 1000, it vibrates. Dealer think it could be related to the same problem CRV 2015 has. They are still trying to figure it out with Honda. Will keep you updated. But it's pretty annoying, particularly when it's a brand new car.

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Hi, I drive 2015 Honda Accord Sport (33000 kms) and have same issue of vibration at stop light and dealer said there is nothing wrong, it is normal. Also I have an annoying (grinding) sound while driving and become prominent @ 60 kmh speed. The dealer said it is because of uneven tire wearing due to mis-alignment. I just did alignment @dealership and still same. I'm sure now he will ask me to install new tires. Any clue?

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