by kovacic_frank on Jan 23, 2014 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Accord EX V6 4dr Sedan
Ive had the car for about a week now after going through tooth and nail failure with the 2001 Chryslar Sebring.
The seats are very comfortable in the EX and the controls make sense where their placed.
The back bar in the seat for extra support where you need it is great and the handling is very smooth if you drive considerate.
My car has 140k miles on it when i got it and some where and tear are showing with the looseness of the accelerator, and the dashboard lights are flickering on and off from time to time.
Gas is alright but im not getting what I thought id get from a Honda.
Still a much bigger upgrade from other Sedans of that era.
Also no Transmissions issues so far unlike 2002s.
by albertjohnn on Sep 6, 2013 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Accord EX V6 4dr Sedan
I bought this baby in 2005 for $10K when it was on 35K miles. Never had any problem. Only regular oil changes and maintenance. Changed timing belt at 90K and now its ready for 120K servicing. Have been getting an average of 25MPG. This car made me to buy two more Honda cars. Very reliable beast to depend on.
by aimgargiulo on Nov 15, 2012 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Accord LX 4dr Sedan
I purchased my 2000 Honda with 133,000 miles from a man who commuted about 100 miles round trip to work. He took really good care of it, and I purchased it for a steal price of $3,300. Three years later, I have a 150 mile round trip commute to school, and she's up to 216,000 miles with no signs of slowing down! It's passed inspection every time (I do regular maintenance), and it's never left me stranded at all except for when the clutch master cylinder went at 200,000-ish miles... but am I really going to complain about that?! I just get in and go with nothing but gas and a monthly oil change... it's also a beast in the snow with studded snow tires! What more could a northern commuter want?
The four-cylinder engines now have a 100,000-mile no-tune-up service life. Side airbags are standard for all V6 models and EX four-cylinders with the leather interior. The feature-laden 2000 Honda Accord SE Sedan makes its debut this year. In the paint department, Nighthawk Black replaces Starlight Black, and Naples Gold Metallic replaces Heather Mist Metallic; Raisin and Currant have been dropped.