by mickeycasa on Feb 26, 2012 Vehicle: 2005 Honda Accord LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I purchased my Honda Accord new and have been the only owner. The car now has about 108,000 miles on it and I haven't had any major issues.
The only problem that just developed is that my rear passenger side door locked and I cannot get it unlocked. I will have to take it in to the dealership for this. I have it serviced regularly and could not ask for a better vehicle!
Buying a Honda was a great choice. I will be giving mine to my son in four years and expect it to last him through his last few years of high school and through college!
by luvmytwins1 on Aug 30, 2011 Vehicle: 2005 Honda Accord LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
Purchased car new, now has 111,000mi w/no problems. It has plenty of room, as much if not more than a SUV & very comfortable for long travel w/plenty of leg room in front seats or back. We had twins after we bought the car & it fits both car seats w/a small amount of room for someone in the middle. When our family doubled I thought we would buy something bigger & safer but quickly found out we had already purchased the car that fits everything x2, and a safe car. It's a smooth ride & very quite w/great handling. We travel once a month to see our family about 130mi away. I've never gotten out of this car & felt like I'd been driving for 2hrs. I would only sell this car for another Honda!
by blkngldnj on Jul 15, 2011 Vehicle: 2005 Honda Accord LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I have now owned my Accord for 6 1/2 years.
This was my first Honda and because of its value and reliability I have also purchased an Odyssey.
My Accord doesn't have a "look at me" appearance but it has been trouble free for 53,000 miles.
It gets 26 mpg in mixed driving and once got me 37.1 mpg on a 320 mile trip with the cruise set at 70 mph.
I will definitely consider another one when I hand this one off to my nine year old when he gets his drivers license.
Honda takes a bold leap for 2005 with the introduction of the Hybrid Accord. Rather than add a hybrid motor to its four-cylinder, Honda bolts its third-generation IMA system to the Accord's already-potent V6. In one fell swoop the Accord hybrid has become the class leader in fuel economy (30 city, 38 highway) and power (255 horsepower). Other changes for the 2005 Honda Accord this year include new wheel cover designs for the LX and EX trims, a new coin pocket design, illuminated steering wheel controls and improved rear styling in sedans with redesigned taillamps. In addition, front-seat side airbags and full-length head curtain airbags are now available on all trim levels all the way down to the base DX model.