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Thank you disappointed90. I have just started car shopping and that was one area of particular concern to me. We have a 2000 accord and the wind noise is horrible. Our son has a 2010 accord and his wind noise is terrible. As I understand it, this has been an issue for the accord since 1976 but they apparently haven't taken care of the issue. My wife made it very clear to me (and I totally agree) that we will not own another car with wind noise like our accord. I did the google for 2013 Honda accord wind noise and I believe we have ruled out the accord.Report it
Close to 400 posts on the issue to date. Not exactly "the quietest Accord ever" per Honda marketing. http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/showthread.php?t=76732Report it
I've too gotten this lemon problem, although they replaced the gasket on the driver side it only reduced the noise a bit. My wind noise is at 60 mph/ cross wind noise at 40 mph. Radio system does suck too.Report it
What are you even doing driving at "75 and above?." This sounds like the drivers who complain about mpg yet openly admit to having a "lead foot" and driving way above the speed limit. Simply slow down - wind problem resolved!!Report it
Thanks for your comment wayne21. I drive many rentals and my Accord definitely has an issue compared with Sonata, Camry, and Altima. Haven't driven Ford or Chevy equivalents so I can't speak to them. oracle_of_rock - I hesitate to dignify your comment with a response but its just too ignorant to ignore. 1. The Interstate on which I commute 2 hrs per day has a 70 mph speed limit. 2. I'm passed by approximately 75% of traffic. 3. I pass many officers along the way and have not been pulled over let alone ticketed in close to 30 years. 4. I couldn't care less about the 2 mpg loss between 65 to 75.Report it
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