We bought the car with only 13k on it, so I can't say much about reliablity, but man is it fun to drive! It also gets looks everywhere I drive it, even though it's stock. The leather seats are very comfortable. The only problem with the coupe is that if you are not careful you'll beat your head on the roof getting in (ouch!). Other than that, I would buy another one in a minute.
The premium stereo can go loud enough to make you deaf while still sounding clear. Style.
They could raise the roof, or lower the seats, but then it wouldn't look so good. No suggestions.
I fell in love with my accord the first time I saw it! It was loaded! It had the fog lights and lip kit and aftermarket rims. It's been a great car and I have had a kit on it for a few years now. It handles well and I haven't had problems with my tranny that some have had with this model accord. I love that the seat is fully adjustable cause i'm a shorty! If you have an opportunity you should buy one of your own!
Seats and the radio.
Back window is hard to tint because of the dots of the antenna. I had to put on a strip of vinyl to cover up the flaw.
This car is great, I got a great deal on
it. It came with way more features than
the crappy looking Camry and was far
less. It's a Honda so it will be great
on resale. Motor is smooth and quiet, I
have the rear wing so it looks even
better. Needs heated seats and an
outside temperature gauge in it though,
ride is good, gas mileage is ok for a 6
cyl. Toyota is way more expensive with
less standard options. Can't wait for
the new pilot to come out to buy one of
those also. Go Honda...your products
are the best. Toyota doesn't have a
robot like Honda either.
Everything, plus it's less than that
crappy new looking Toyota.
Needs heated seats, heated mirrors, and
an outside temperature gauge.
With the increase of sport utility
vehicles, it becomes a nuisance driving
in front of one, with their glaring
headlights shining on your eyes.
Regardless if the rear view mirror has
a day and night option, as in all my
other vehicles, I have always tinted
the back windows, which I had done to
the Accord. However, the window
tinting shop I went to, told me the
Accord’s back window on the top has a
rough black dotted exterior which when
putting on a tinted film does not blend
into the glass smoothly, and thus
creating a bubbly look which was
precisely what happened after he
installed the tint.
The tint was smooth on the two backside
windows and the back window other than
the top part. I have asked several
window-tinting shops, and they all said
the same thing.
Another common sense reason why any
person would want to tint the back-
windows, is to protect the leather
interior, right? So what gives? Who
was the idiot that had the idea about
that black rough dotted exterior and is
this is for the antenna?
This Accord is the 4th I've owned in my life, in addition to my 99 CR-V. The coupe has a lot of room, front and rear, and the seats are very comfortable. The engine is very responsive and great accelerating at higher speeds for passing. The gas mileage is great for a V-6. Leave it to Honda to deliver a perfect coupe without depleting your finances.
Fun to drive and sporty looking, especially with the spoiler.