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2000 Honda Accord LX 4dr Sedan
See similar reviews for 97' and 2005 Honda Accord LX's - This is our 2nd Honda Accord purchased new, oil changed every 3000 to 4000 miles, has 73000 miles on it and runs the same as when purchased. Only one actual repair to date (power window regulator replaced). Comfortable and reliable car for around town or cruising down the highway. Has great power / acceleration for a 4 cylinder when needed.
Predictable and competent handling, comfortable seats. Ergonomic interior.
Suspension & handling not as good as the 97' and 05' models. Performance tires (Pirelli's) improved the handling and traction on turns over the stock Michelins.
2000 Honda Accord EX V6 2dr Coupe
I bouth my 00 Accord EX V6 more than 5 years ago new, and the reliability of the car was very disapointing. Right after the warranty expired, things started breaking down. The major repairs include alternator replacement, power steering pump replacement, EGR valve replacement, now a belt tensioner replacement. All within 30 thousand miles after the warranty ended and do not include a slew of minor repairs in the moonroof, door locks, etc. Very disappointed in Honda, especially considering the "legendary reliability" premise I bought the car on and has been much worse than any of the cars I owned or are currently in my household. This was the first and will the last Honda I ever own.
Great steering feel and precision, automatic transmission downshifts if you break when going downhill-you don't have to use the breaks as much to control the speed. Good straightline stability on the highway. Great ergonomics of all of the controls. Honda service is very good.
Reliability and quality control (I'd repeat that 10 times). Handling is so-so - the front of the car's too heavy and there's too much understeer even for a FWD. Stock tyres/rims should be wider and have better traction to handle to torque and weight of the V6. Breaks could be stronger too.
2000 Honda Accord EX 4dr Sedan
2000 EX 4 cycl w/ leather purchased new for $20k. 88k miles & running strong. To date, only had to replace oil/air filter (normal sched), light bulb in clock (at 20k), brake pads & tires (at 60k), battery (at 84k), and transmission (at 84k, covered by warranty - known issue for this model). Also had dealer clean out sticking throttle body (at 84k). Just replaced windshield wiper blade inserts (at 86k). That's everything to date. The driver's side window squeals sometimes (probably due to tint install) and the cupholder lid doesn't close properly (appears to be a broken hinge); can live with all that. Overall a very good car for the price; very reliable; good exterior/interior design/quality.
Interior doesn't look/feel cheap like a lot of new cars these days; basic, but functional. Really like all the storage space and the sunglass holder. Comfortable to own and drive. Great gas mileage. A little conservative, a little sporty, all purpose vehicle. Will drive until the wheels fall off.
Definitely the transmission (very dissappointed with Honda). Way too much interior road noise when on the highway (can barely hear my cellphone). Power driver's seat is too stiff; front passenger's seat is very comfy; wish i could switch them. Throttle pedal sits too high; foot gets tired on trips.
2000 Honda Accord EX 2dr Coupe
This car is the funnest thing to drive. It has a surprisingly powerful 4 cylinder engine. The front end of the car is a little boring but the back end is so cool. Nothing has ever gone wrong with my Honda. It's the greatest. Although the interier design is a little boring the engine makes up for it. And the sunroof should slide all the way back in stead of stopping almost half way.
ACCELERATION! back end exterior looks cool, handling, gas mileage. I highly recommend this car
Sunroof slide back all the way, front end of car needs a little spunk. Interior design is a little boring. Make it look a little youthful
2000 Honda Accord LX 4dr Sedan
I believe this is the most reliable car out in the street in its category. It never failed on me at 92,000 miles. Ride quality though is affected by the kind of tires. My original MXV4 plus were the best in cornering and hadling, but my replacement, Michelin X Radial (from Sam's) got very harsh and bumpy as they age. My car is still very solid. I love it, and will keep it. My next vehicle is , for sure, another Honda Accord.
Handling, Interior Ergonomics, Straight steering tracking, quality of materials, Reliability
Future designs need to improve the tail light designs. They have been bland or less than average aesthetically.