I have owned it for 2 years. It is 5 years old now. The leather on the driver seat has a small crack, and in a door, there is a ringing noise from a loose screw. Other than that, I'm impressed, I have had to veer out of trouble once and it handled superbly. Mileage is great, it is maintenance friendly. The cockpit is set up well and stylish, which will add to its longevity. The lumbar support is great. Leather is the way to go for ease of cleaning. The rims are stylish, and easy to clean without being flashy. The stereo is great with the 6 disc changer. For this particular year, I think the Accord beats out most of its competitors. Camry I think is good too, just preference.
Cockpit design. Mileage. Handling. Ease of maintaining. Great stereo. Sunroof.
I keep it well maintained, hence I don't have problems, the leather on driver seat maybe could be improved for the wear and tear it gets. I think the headrests in the back could be a pad included in the seat verse an additional part. The Alero of the same year has that. More reclined rear seats.
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