2011 Honda Accord
44,404 Miles
$11,995

Rochester, NY
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2012 Honda Accord
63,218 Miles
$13,695

Rochester, NY
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2014 Honda Accord
49,588 Miles
$16,780

Reno, NV
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2014 Honda Accord
31,143 Miles
$15,595

Rochester, NY
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2013 Honda Accord
27,194 Miles
$18,999

Springfield, PA
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2010 Honda Accord
81,705 Miles
$10,000

Culpeper, VA
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2017 Honda Accord
6,034 Miles
$23,991

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2007 Honda Accord
187,496 Miles
$4,366

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2015 Honda Accord
16,273 Miles
$20,995

Conshohocken, PA
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2017 Honda Accord
16,638 Miles
$30,995

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 Honda Accord
40,752 Miles
$19,495

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Honda Accord
31,688 Miles
$15,841

Manchester, NH
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2014 Honda Accord
25,816 Miles
$20,588

Bethesda, MD
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2014 Honda Accord
12,040 Miles
$21,998

Bethesda, MD
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2015 Honda Accord
32,237 Miles
$19,000

Santa Rosa, CA
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2016 Honda Accord
36,736 Miles
$18,900

Elk Grove, CA
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2013 Honda Accord
79,222 Miles
$14,894

New London, CT
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2014 Honda Accord
66,833 Miles
$18,988

Sacramento, CA
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2012 Honda Accord
66,604 Miles
$13,707

Jacksonville, FL
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2014 Honda Accord
101,092 Miles
$12,995

Albuquerque, NM
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Honda Accord Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.4
Performance
3.7
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
4.1
Maintenance
4.5

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Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

2013 Honda Accord - Issues relating to being 5 feet tall

Nashville, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I bought the Honda Accord because I was looking for a vehicle that I could feel safe in. I have a hard time seeing out the back of cars (I can see out of cars built in the 90s and before, but not very well out of lots of today's cars because the backs of them have been raised and the back and side back windows have been made very small. I live in a large metro area where I have to change lanes on interstates everyday so it took me a long time to find one I could see out the back of safely. Well actually, I never found one, but Honda made the Accord with the camera on the right-hand (passenger's side) window that allows me to merge without looking over my shoulder, so I bought it. I am very happy with this particular feature, and the car also has the backing up video feature - I like th... (more)
Story
Look, what do you want from me. I drive to work, I drive home. That's fun to me, ok?
Pros
- Camera that views right side to help me merge right in traffic - Camera that allows me to back up without craning my neck - Extra wide side view mirrors help me see out the left side easily as well - the stereo system has a Bluetooth for making hands fr
Cons
- The seats were very, very uncomfortable to me, which I didn't notice when I was test driving it. I had to go to a store called Relax the Back and buy a seat insert that cost over $300. With the insert, it's fairly comfortable, but on long journeys, occa

2012 Honda Accord - GREAT VALUE CAR

Chicago, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The interior of this car is what ultimately encouraged me to buy this vehicle. The color of the interior, peanut brown and black was very easy to keep clean. I also really liked the set up of the controls, and dashboard. They did not look too futuristic, but had a nice flow. There are many controls, and per my opinion much better than more expensive cars. The performance of the vehicle was great! The Accord has a very smooth ride, while not using much gas. I found that the mpg did match up at about 25-30 on the expressway. This specific style (4 cylinder engine) did not speed up too fast, unless you used the auto shifter, in which case you could get up to a faster speed much quicker that just having it in drive. The Accord has a lot of space inside the car and in the trunk. It fits a... (more)
Story
I was picking up some friends from a concert. There was 4 of them in addition to myself. They had coolers, folding chairs and backpacks with them. I was picking them up from a busy street, and they had to load in the car quickly. The size of the Accord made it possible for them to throw all of the gear they had with them quickly in the trunk without organizing it to fit. Then they all jumped i... (more)
Pros
My favorite feature was heated seats. With leather seats in the winter time, it can often be cold. The seats heated up very quickly and did not get too hot making it uncomfortable.
Cons
The acceleration was not that great, but that was to be expected with the 4 cylinder instead of the 6. However, if you wish to have a little better acceleration, you could do so by using the trip shifter.

1997 Honda Accord - Happy Honda owner

East Rocky Hill, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I like the size of my Honda Accord. It holds four people comfortably, and can handle five in a pinch. There is a firmness to the ride that I like, but the ride is not rough or noisy. Acceleration is excellent -- really better than it needs to be. I especially like the way the car is able to enter the flow of traffic quickly from a standing start. The gas mileage isn't great by current standards, though it was pretty typical for its time (1997). I get about 20 mpg, but my driving consists mostly of short in-town trips that would tend to reduce efficiency. The car has been very reliable, particularly the core components -- engine, transmission, etc. My biggest repairs outside of normal wear and tear have involved items like a power window motor.
Story
My wife and I were in the car trying to enter a very crowded amusement park parking lot. Traffic was at a standstill. I knew that there was shuttle bus service available from a nearby shopping center, but we were stuck. I'm almost always a by-the-book type of person -- and driver -- so my wife was more than a bit surprised when I turned the wheel and drove across the grassy median to the outbo... (more)
Pros
I bought this car because of the strong reliability record of both the manufacturer and the specific model. I chose the version with a V6 engine because it was the only version available with anti-lock brakes at that time. Those are my favorite features. The extra acceleration from the V6 is a bit of a guilty pleasure. It's nice to have, but I know it's costing me a bit in gasoline consumption.
Cons
While I was glad to get a reliable, affordable, comfortable car with ABS -- not an easy combination to get in 1997 -- I was annoyed that I had to pay for the bigger engine in order to get that combination. Tires were initially a big expense, as the bigger engine came with pricey high-speed tires. Eventually I found (or the tire companies started producing -- I'm not sure whether the problem was availability or my own ignorance) less costly tires for this car, so that issue has improved in recent years.