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Honda 1996 Accord
1996 Honda Accord EX
218,299 Miles
Portland, OR
376
days on market
25%
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376
days on market
$1,995
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1996 Honda Accord EX V6
69,496 Miles
Tampa, FL
12
days on market
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12
days on market
$5,995
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Honda 1996 Accord
1996 Honda Accord LX
87,550 Miles
Kenosha, WI
122
days on market
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122
days on market
$6,999
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1996 Honda Accord EX V6
47,500 Miles
Hope Mills, NC
55
days on market
50%
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55
days on market
$6,995
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Honda 1996 Accord
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1996 Honda Accord 25th Anniversary
156,168 Miles
Lake Villa, IL
39
days on market
31%
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39
days on market
$3,999
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1996 Honda Accord OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
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Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Style
4.0
Performance
3.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
5.0
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JRC
JRC
Des Moines, Iowa
5.0
Built to last
My Honda Accord is 19 years old and it is still running like the day it came off the assembly line. It's got about 114,000 miles on it and I've heard from other owners of this same car that it can easily go up to 200,000 miles. I really like the body shape and style. For a car built in the 90s, it still looks very sharp and current. The inside of it is like a cockpit and has everything right at your disposal. Even though it's so old, it's got all electric windows and locks, plus rear window defrost. It also gets great gas mileage and I rarely have to put money into it.
Byron
Byron
Stephenville, Texas
5.0
Great Car That Lasts
The 1996 Honda Accord DX is a great economical car that holds up over time. I have passed 200,000 miles and it is still running great. It rarely breaks down even though it would be considered old to some people, and the engine and transmission have absolutely no issues. There have been several things I've had to repair over the years, but overall the car's major components have held up well with only normal maintenance required. Most all of the repairs have been easy enough to do myself, and I learned a great deal working on this car. It has plenty of power for a four door sedan, and plenty of room. The backseat folds down and creates extra trunk space if necessary. Even after all this time, I still get 28 mpg consistently. The car can be upgraded to look much more sporty. Although I wish I had the 5 speed manual transmission, the automatic is very responsive. The seats are comfortable, in fact I lived out of my car for a year and a half! I had a job, just didn't want to spend my money on rent while I was single. I used to call it jokingly "My Honda Truck" because I had a stove, workout equipment, clothes, everything I needed and I could sleep easily in it by reclining the seat back all the way. It was actually quite comfortable.