I just bought this accord as a Honda certified used car...Great car i love it! get power with the V6 the interior is awesome and overall handling is awesome! if you are going to get a certified used car get a certified honda! best warranty and the service you get at the dealerships are great! I just recently took it in for service and without me asking they went a head and gave me a loaner car until my car was finished! great experience, I am glad i went back to Honda after owning a piece of crap GM product.
Audio controls on the steering wheel,sound system, SMOOTH running V6 (cant even tell its running) and the Honda Certified used car warranty
It drives wonderful and beautiful plain contemporary inside. Outside design is clean and sleek. Outside may look plain, but I know that I'd rather have a Honda than any other car for its safety and reliability.
Everything in this vehicle is well placed. My favorite feature is the v- tec engine. Best in the world period.
Fun to drive, always reliable,
comfortable inside. Controls are very
stylish and easy to use. Fun to drive
with the sunroof open, widows down,
sound system going...Feels sometimes
like driving a race car.
Okay, I do like the CD changer and
sunroof. As for the rest of the car, I
am not impressed. Outside, the design
is bland, and the badly-aligned
trunklid indicates poor build quality.
Under the hood, I see a layout that
dates back to 1990. Inside, controls
and switchgear are well-weighted, but
cheap materials are abundant. Seats
are unsupportive, upholstered with
econocar-like cloth, and cramped. The
roof squeaks horribly, handling is
wallowy, and the engine runs with an
annoying drone. In the trunk, there is
an un-lined trunklid, compact spare
tire, and a rear seat that folds in one
piece. No 60/40 split. This is
unacceptable on a car of this class,
where luxury is now an issue.
6-disc in-dash CD changer, sunroof, pen
holder beside shift lever.
The car needs to be larger, made with
better materials and build quality,
designed better, and it needs to be
updated to twenty-first century
technology. At least an ashtray sould
be standard. My advice: don't even
bother with this car. Get a Volkswagen
Passat or Toyota Camry.