I purchased this vehicle certified pre-owned, in order to accommodate my growing family.
There is an abundant supply of these at Honda dealers, so it's not difficult to track down the Accord with the features you want.
I've put on almost 5000 effortless and trouble free miles.
The car feels solidly built, yet is nimble to drive, with a relatively light curb weight.
2007 was the last year for this model, as the next generation Accord got larger and heavier.
The EX-L in particular strikes a luxurious note, with such features as dual-zone climate control and heated seats.
The leather seating surfaces are not very convincing, but easy to keep clean.
5-speed auto shifts seamlessly, 4-wheel disc brakes perform well, fuel economy, interior room and trunk space, electro-luminescent gauges, satellite radio, power driver's seat, Honda reliability and resale value.
The Accord lands on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list practically every year.
I'd like for the doors to automatically lock when the vehicle gets in motion, as I find it a reassuring safety feature.
Some of the interior plastics look cheap.
The 2.4 liter engine feels a bit anemic on the freeway.
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