2011 Honda Accord Sedan LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I picked up car last week, looked huge to me , i drove small car before..... then used to it. I was satisfied with interior, very good materials: not much of plastic, it has material as well. I've got basic model: no fancy wheels, no sunroof or
gps..... big deal, drive ! not have fun with gadgets.
Of course , stepped on gas first few times, so my RPM went to 5500-6000.....i thought gas will be eaten as a hell ..... not really, i filled up today and i got 20.5 MPG !!!! I will take that !!! I like that !
2011 Honda Accord Sedan EX-L 4dr Sedan w/Navigation (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I bought my Accord for the reliability, resale value, styling, gas efficiency, and comfort. I tried sportier cars but liked the smooth handling and interior design of the Accord. Despite being a little noisier than I prefer, it was the best value for the price. The car looks and feels like a luxury vehicle. My husband has a 3 year old Odyssey and loves it so I thought I'd go with an Accord to be safe. It is a gorgeous car, but it is not living up to the hype. I wanted something with fantastic gas mileage but on the last few tanks I've averaged 19 miles in the city. This is not bad but I've never come close to the 23 mpg as advertised. I'm not a speed demon; I accelerate gradually.
I love the interior styling. At first, I was worried the extra lumbar support would bother me but I was able to adjust the seat to a more comfortable position.
The 4-cylinder engine is a little jerky with quick acceleration but evens out once up to speed. The handling is a little mushy but the car is easy to handle. I wish it had a tighter turning radius and that the back was a little easier to see out of. However the rearview camera makes up for any vision issues when backing up. I wish Honda made the stereo/ipod interface easier to navigate. It is impossible to skip to specific tracks or albums without scrolling through the entire album or artist list. Getting to the W's, for example, can take a while.
2011 Honda Accord Sedan EX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
Purchased new Accord recently and it is a wonderful car. Very smooth and it rides confidently. The 190 HSP 4-cylinder has more power than I thought it would and feels almost like a V-6. The interior also has lots of room both front and back. The craftsmanship on this car is just terrific and exceeded my expectations. I test drove a Fusion, Camry and Sonata and the Accord handles much better and that ultimately was the deciding factor. To me, it still is the benchmark in this class of automobiles. The only thing they should have included was an outside temperature guage which is a safety feature in cold weather. If you buy this car you won't be disappointed.
2011 Honda Accord Sedan EX-L V-6 4dr Sedan w/Navigation (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
I bought this car after owning volvos and needless to say, I wish I did NOT!
It may be advertised as "the One" but it is a NONE for me.
The car is just plain ugly and lacks any sort of fun to drive feel that I had from driving my volvos.
It is the most boring and uneventful car out on the road today.
The interior design is acceptable and the cost of service is good and those are the only nice things I can honestly say about the car.
They advertise the car as holding it's blue book value, but when I took it to the dealership recently to sell it back they took so much off my purchase price that it was not realistic---so don't believe the bunk about resale value--not true.
Redesign the car with the thought of downsizing in mind.
The car is a clunker....way too big.
I recommend looking at the Kia and Hyundai sedans before even remotely considering this car.
2011 Honda Accord Sedan SE 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
This is my 3rd Honda.
When you buy a Honda, you expect a solid car/good value...nothing complicated.
My 2011 Honda Accord 4dr has the same problem that started with in 2008 with the current generation...body creak due to a failed rear passenger weld joint. Plus, this car makes all sorts of weird sounds/creaks/groans.
Google and find out for yourself – many complainers.
Solution? Rip out interior panel and spray toxic lubricant on the interior area of the car.
Or bend the metal parts that are rubbing.
There is a TSB on point so Honda knows about this problem but is still making cars with the problem.