Wow! This is a great car. Thanks
Honda for producing such a great piece
of machinery. The V-6 engine has
PLENTY of power and the 6spd tranny
definately puts all 240 horses to the
pavement. The interior is well
designed and the perforated leather
seats are comfortable and supportive.
All instruments are laid out in a well
organized and thoughtful pattern and
the LED gauges are easy to see in day
and night. The exterior styling is not
for everyone, but personally I really
like the looks of this car, especially
with the 6spd exclusive 17 inch
wheels. Overall, a very well thought
out and put together car.
240 horse 4-6 engine, 6spd tranny,
perforated leather seats, layout of
dash, dual climate control, 17 inch
alloys, fit and finish.
2003 Honda Accord EX 2dr Coupe w/Leather (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
The 03 Accord was my first new car and
I don't think its possible to purchase
a better one. It rides so nicely and
although its a 4-cylinder, the car
wants to go. It is so much fun to rev
it and feel the V-tec kick in at higher
6 disc in dash cd changer, interior and
instead of the 160 hp engine for the
EX, drop in the TSX's 200 hp engine and
6 speed manual
2003 Honda Accord EX 4dr Sedan w/Leather (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I went out to buy me a good car, listen
the advice of some friends and wow did
i ever get a surprise. these hondas are
just so over rated i cannot believe it.
the transmission went out the first
3000 kilometers and honda wanted to
blame it on me. all i gat to say is wow
and stay away.
After about 9 months of research, I
settled on the V6 6-speed manual. I
picked it up in April and haven't
gotten out since. The car has
excellent pick-up, is incredibly
comfortable, and looks beautiful.
In my eyes, it's the natural evolution
of the now-retired Prelude. Fast,
classy, sophisticated and refined. I
think this opens a great market for
Honda for young professionals who want
performance and sophistication but
don't want to break the bank for it.
The editors here have to be three ways
from loopy to not enjoy the ride.
Exhilaration. This Accord has the feel
of a luxury sedan, but when you really
open it up, it has the power and feel
of a sports car. FUN FUN drive.
The clutch. It's a deep pedal with a
mid-range release. Feels like it
belongs in a V4 family sedan, not a V6
barnburner. The moodiness of the pedal
makes it difficult to manage quick,
light throws. Sad oversight in such a