2003 Honda Accord Sedan LX V-6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 5A)
I bought the 6cyl. LX rather than the 4
because of availability of a power
seat, which I need for a serious
medical problem. Anyway, I love the 6
as it gives amazing zip on regular fuel
and 30 mpg on the highway. The ride and
handling are smooth, but one can "feel"
the road. The interior is laid out
beautifully and erogonomically perfect.
I like the stereo/cruise controls on
the steering wheel. I got it below
wholesale < well below invoice> and
they threw in tint, splash guards and a
5yr/60K mile power train extended
warranty. The only warranty work needed
now is a rattle on the passenger side.
Ride, acceleration, handling, sound
system < AM/FM/CD changer, 8 speakers,
JBL >, great traction and excellent
road grip with Michelin XV4 tires and
It's a shame that on a car this fine
that there is no adjustment to the
lumbar support, even though it has an 8-
way power seat.
2003 Honda Accord Sedan EX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
Just bought this car, at first don't
really like the back design, but it
seems to grow on me the more I looked
at it. I helps with a rear spoiler
also. All in all, great car for the
value, was going for the IS300 at
first, but b/c of price decided to
stick with an accord. This car kicks
all others car butt in it's class.
Compare to a camry, more sporty, better
suspension, feels much faster.
5 speed automatic, great interior
design, feels more expensive than it
better back design, though, putting a
spoiler on the back make it looks 10
2003 Honda Accord Sedan LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
This is my third accord and the best one
yet. my kids are driving the other two
and are already talking about whos
getting this one. I wish they had some
type of rebates, but not having them
keeps the resale value top in its class.
Key that roll down windows,
trans.shifts smoother than ever
power seats like the camry, more
interior color choices