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..written more than two years ago........ An update would factor in the labor-intensive 105,000 service ($1113 - and that does not include Iridium spark plug replacement)........... Bottom line is that fuel efficiency remains high - in fact - remember the original spark plugs remain in place - the numbers are even better following retiming to factory specs following timing belt replacement. New Primacy MXV tires have replaced - at 68,500 miles - the OEM Michelin HX MXM4 rubber. Noise intrusion had lessened. Still the best car I've ever owned. A bargain at $23.4.Report it
an update as of 7/19/2014: now at 140k, the 2005 Accord 6M coupe is still on the factory original plugs, pads, rotors and clutch. MPG remains 25-26 in 65% highway use. 4 repairs to date: 2 window regulators plus a CEL for coolant sensor glitch were covered by the 3/36,000 factory warranty. A VTEC oil pressure switch leak R&R cost me about $150 of my Naval Reserve pay. No complaints. None. ezReport it
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