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  • 2019 Honda Accord LX in White
    3,464 miles
    23 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $18,994

    $2,541 Below Market
  • 2019 Honda Accord LX in Black
    18,480 miles
    22 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $18,983

    $1,432 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord LX in Gray
    38,643 miles
    33 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $14,041

    $2,249 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord LX in Gray
    48,508 miles
    33 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $13,691

    $2,164 Below Market
  • 2011 Honda Accord EX-L V-6 in Silver
    91,586 miles
    8 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $6,900

    $2,924 Below Market
  • 2018 Honda Accord EX-L in White
    7,168 miles
    9 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $22,997

    $2,254 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord Sport Special Edition in Black
    29,753 miles
    8 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $16,988

    $1,914 Below Market
  • 2018 Honda Accord LX in Gray
    48,114 miles
    33 mi away
    1 Accident, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $15,689

    $1,778 Below Market
  • 2018 Honda Accord Sport in Dark Blue
    42,119 miles
    33 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $18,417

    $1,948 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord EX-L V-6 in Black
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    12,572 miles
    8 mi away
    1 Accident, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $19,277

    $1,632 Below Market
  • 2013 Honda Accord EX-L V-6 in Gray
    99,333 miles
    46 mi away
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use
    Great Deal

    $11,490

    $1,079 Below Market
  • 2018 Honda Accord EX-L w/Navi in Light Brown
    20,603 miles
    9 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $22,999

    $1,409 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord Sport Special Edition in White
    28,457 miles
    9 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $17,555

    $1,652 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord Sport Special Edition in Black
    30,376 miles
    9 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $17,555

    $1,558 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord Touring V-6 in Silver
    40,004 miles
    9 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease
    Great Deal

    $20,777

    $1,848 Below Market
  • 2017 Honda Accord LX in Black
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    24,295 miles
    46 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Corporate Fleet
    Great Deal

    $14,373

    $1,707 Below Market
  • 2014 Honda Accord LX in Dark Blue
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    75,475 miles
    22 mi away
    No accidents, 3 Owners, Lease
    Great Deal

    $9,990

    $1,579 Below Market
  • 2020 Honda Accord Touring in Gray
    6,365 miles
    12 mi away
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use
    Great Deal

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Best Overall Mainstream Sedan !
Scott Badeaux,08/27/2019
Over 1 year and this thing still makes me smile. Best mainstream Sedan Period. I read these Reviews about issues where people say “ blank car company knows there is a problem.” Or “this issue has been going on with a lot of the ...,,,, cars, why don’t they fix it. What people don’t realize is they go online and search their issue and fine someone or several someone’s with the same issue. So you found 65 people who posted the same problem, but what you don’t see is the other 375,000 people who don’t have anything to report so they don’t post. They are happy. Generally what happens is, someone buys a car. They happen to get a problem vehicle. These vehicles are sometimes just random. Know one knows why it happens. Not even the manufacturer. For every cat ever made, a very small percentage of those vehicles coming off the assembly line are going to be a “problem vehicle”. It’s well under 1 percent. And the manufacturers do everything they can to prevent it, but is still happens. Even for Toyota, Honda, Lexus, you name it. Secondly there are times people don’t understand the newer technology or vehicle operations. For example someone buying a car with a CVT transmission or a Duel clutch transmission. I you have never driven them before and are not familiar with how they operate, you might think there is a problem. CVT’s don’t shift gears. The transmission runs on a belt and pully system so they feel different. Duel Clutch transmissions shift, but they are sometimes not quite as smooth as a regular transmission so people think there is something wrong. Other times, people are just not realistic. If everyone really though about it. Cars have Hundreds of thousands of parts. Miles of wires. More computing power than a PC or smartphone did just a few years ago. How many times does your computer freeze, or you have to restart your phone to get it to work. It’s truly amazing today, with how complicated and complex vehicles are, that we have so very few problems on the whole. So these people get online and tell everyone they know that GM sucks. I just did it and everyone else can do. Type “Problem with _______” any vehicle’s by any manufacturer and see what comes up. Today people are not realistic. They expect too much. You get people who buy a Ford truck, they have an issue with it. They then by a GMC truck and have no issues. So they tell anyone who will listen how good GMC is and how bad Ford is. You can reverse that, or replace the names and the results are the same. When I buy a car, I’m surprised when I trade it in if I had it for 4–5 years and never had an issue. Most people are opposite, they believe all cars should be trouble free. It’s not realistic. I purchased my 2019 Honda Accord EX-L 2.0T in May 2019. This is my First Honda. I have previously owned over 13 new cars in the last 27 years. The best Car I ever owned was my Lexus 350 ultimate. For a car that cost $15,000 less, this car is pretty close. The Lexus was much Quieter on the highway, and the Mark Levenson Sound system blows this one away. Everything else is pretty close. Pros The 2 liter turbo is very powerful and responsive. The engine has great low end power and handles freeway passing with ease. The car strikes a great balance between comfort and driving enjoyment. The 10 speed automatic shifts smoothly and responds to driver inputs. The cabin is well furnished with high quality materials. All the panels fit nicely with very consistent gaps. All the buttons and switches have good heft and feel substantial. No rattles, next to no wind noise. You do get a little low hum road noise, but it’s not obtrusive. The safety systems all work well and are easy to use. I really like the classic looking gauges. They are very sharp, and easy to configure. I have driven faster cars, quieter cars, better handling cars, better riding cars, but none was as good at it all. Some might be a 10 ( on a scale of 1 to 10) for power, but a 5 for ride quality, and a 6 for road noise, but the accord just ranks an 8 in pretty much every category. Just a very solid car, and it looks Great to boot, Cons The upgrade 10 speaker stereo sounds nice, but considering it’s the upgrade stereo the sound quality falls behind most upgrade stereo systems I have had. Not easy to get with Navigation system.
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