We've owned several Accords through out the years and the 2008 model, is by far, the worst of the bunch. First and foremost, it's literally the cheapest Accord that we've seen material wise. Gone are the LED-illuminated tachometer, LED brake lights, and illumination lights on all 4-doors. Gone are the individualized engine component protectors that were so touted in the previous generation Accord. The elegant and simple-to-use interior of the previous model has been replaced with cluttered and confusing array of buttons. The quality of the interior material is vastly inferior to the previous models - it looks and feels CHEAP.
The tiny, triangular door lock buttons are not only not user-friendly, they're down-right dangerous. The truck space, while at first glance looks deeper, has been rendered useless due to the widened wheel wells intruding from both sides. The ride is harsh on your body, and car response is sluggish.
In summary, to those who know the "OLD HONDA", the 2008 Accord is a giant step backward and it does not deserve the Honda name. It's an inferior product and quite frankly for the price, there are several American models that deliver more bang for the buck. Honda is no longer manufacturing qualit
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