After having driven Accord for many
years, I was convinced that I could
not be as satisfied with anything
else. So I am pleased to say that I am
happy with the Verona. I researched
before I bought and I have waited now
for 6 mos and 14000 miles to make any
statements of my own. I would
recommend this car to anyone looking
to make an intelligent car buy. It
looks nice, it drives nice, it has
been reliable and of course the
standard features make this a hard act
to follow. I don't believe you will be
I very much enjoy the sunroof, heated
leather seats and the audio control on
the steering wheel. The look of the
car is as nice as any out there, and
it is very comfortable.
More HP would be nice but no real
complaints here. I'm a happy owner.
I have had multiple problems with my
new Verona none however being
mechanical. Most of the problems are
head lamp seal was bad, weld maks
showing on the C posts, mild wobble in
the driving, engine power loss when
slowing to a stop/start however the
new computer chip corrects it, and
flickering or the outside temp
numbers. all have been fixed with mild
to medium wait time for my car. The
car is smooth while driving and very
stylish all in all very good deal for
the price you pay.
Interrior faux wood and may gadgets
increas air flow to engine and or
power since it is an in line six.
There is not alot of umph for the six
The 2004 Verona is a great car. I just
got this car last month and I
absolutely love it. The interior is
quite spacious with plenty of room to
store items. (My sister has a Camry
and the Verona's interior measures up
to it inch for inch). The wood trim
looks and feels real. I haven't had
any problems with the car yet but time
Wood trim looks real, quiet ride,
smooth six cylinder, large interior.
Owned it now for about 6 months.
Great looks, nicely appointed.
Disappointed in overall mpg at about
21. For the money, seems to be a good
value. The 2004's are being sold for
around 18k after rebate where I live.