1998 Honda Accord
208,533 Miles
$2,495

Rockville, CT
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1998 Honda Accord
181,863 Miles
$4,995

North Pekin, IL
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1998 Honda Accord
128,638 Miles
$3,487

Andalusia, AL
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1998 Honda Accord
181,401 Miles
$2,495

Morristown, NJ
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1998 Honda Accord
190,974 Miles
$3,592

New Bern, NC
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1998 Honda Accord
151,556 Miles
$3,999

Wexford, PA
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1998 Honda Accord
156,588 Miles
$3,476

Portland, OR
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1998 Honda Accord
171,906 Miles
$1,995

Hazel Crest, IL
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1998 Honda Accord
59,269 Miles
$4,477

Sarasota, FL
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1998 Honda Accord
265,149 Miles
$1,000

Winchester, VA
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1998 Honda Accord
97,675 Miles
$3,490

Santa Clarita, CA
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1998 Honda Accord
189,101 Miles
$3,999

Lincoln, NE
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1998 Honda Accord
147,295 Miles
$3,000

Centennial, CO
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1998 Honda Accord
205,800 Miles
$4,995

Leicester, NC
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1998 Honda Accord
$1,200

Lexington, SC
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1998 Honda Accord
216,426 Miles
$2,450

Oklahoma City, OK
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1998 Honda Accord
199,000 Miles
$999

Lincoln, NE
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1998 Honda Accord
201,427 Miles
$1,200

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1998 Honda Accord Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0

1998 Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1998 Honda Accord - My Accord is pretty doggone good!

JY
Forest Park, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
My 1998 Accord was bought used two years ago. There have been some dings to its' surface; the rubber lining in the rear passenger door has come off. But it has been a reliable car for driving, to say the least. Such issues as I've had regarded stuff that needs work with age anyway. Problems with the air conditioner, the compressor, the radiator, and the CV axles have never yet prevented the car from conveying me where I wanted to go. It is also easy to do most repair jobs on the car myself, for which I am grateful. Believe me, I've had less trustworthy cars. Additionally, it has only taken a little maintenance to maintain the mph of around 26 mpg since I bought the car. The engine's mileage responds nicely to additives like fuel injector cleaners and octane boosters. And now, I realize... (more)
Story
I installed my first-ever bypass wire this past spring, by connecting the positive post to the A/C compressor via a tri-toggle switch, run through the firewall to rest beside the steering wheel.. It felt good to a) feel the cool air come out of the a/c vents, and b) to know I'd wired this up correctly and USEFULLY. The mechanic who repaired the compressor wiring was nice enough - or amused eno... (more)
Pros
The MPG has stayed around 26 since buying the car. The radio! The seats and center bucket. Good A/C Most car work is easily done by DIYers' like me. Good transmission, too.
Cons
I need to replace the CD player. The door insulators are in need of replacement. Some of the screws on some of the parts under the hood use non-standard Torx heads.

1998 Honda Accord - A beast of a car after all these years

AG
Columbia, Maryland
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
Have owned my Accord for over a decade now. Bought it used in 2001 and have driven it ever since. Over 250,000 miles and still going strong. Would love to get it over the million mile mark. Not the sleekest car, but slow and steady wins the race. It's been a dependable car and is easy to maintenance yourself if you are inclined to do so. That's where the real value in owning one is, replacement parts are affordable, readily available and are not as difficult to install as in other car brands especially European ones.
Story
Five years ago, I had to drive home from work in a monster snowstorm. At times, the snow came up to the bumper, but the Honda kept on going. Passed several 4WD vehicles that were abandoned at the side of the road, would have love to seen the drivers faces as I drove by.
Pros
Easy to upkeep even if you are an amateur mechanic. The design of the car is made with maintenance in mind. Change the timing belt every 100,000 miles and you are set for great driving. Still getting 24+ MPG on highways so it is a very cost effective, dependable car to commuting to and from work.
Cons
The car is very light so if you live in a snowy, hilly area you may have trouble in the winter months driving around if you can get adequate traction. Never really liked the paint color scheme of the late 90s Honda cars, they look dated much like the DeLorean in the Back To The Future Movie.

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