2012 Honda Accord
53,989 Miles
Accepting Offers

Atlanta, GA
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2010 Honda Accord
103,000 Miles
$7,000

Atlanta, GA
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2014 Honda Accord
49,302 Miles
$15,980

Atlanta, GA
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2015 Honda Accord
28,877 Miles
$19,480

Atlanta, GA
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2012 Honda Accord
34,275 Miles
Accepting Offers

Atlanta, GA
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2013 Honda Accord
34,383 Miles
$14,750

Atlanta, TN
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2016 Honda Accord
21,527 Miles
$24,998

Atlanta, GA
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2000 Honda Accord
1 Miles
$3,500

Atlanta, GA
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2000 Honda Accord
171,416 Miles
$3,000

Atlanta, GA
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2007 Honda Accord
118,018 Miles
$6,000

Atlanta, GA
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2008 Honda Accord
70,787 Miles
$12,395

Atlanta, GA
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2008 Honda Accord
130,000 Miles
$5,500

Decatur, GA
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1998 Honda Accord
208,553 Miles
Accepting Offers

Decatur, GA
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2014 Honda Accord
52,045 Miles
$15,477

Decatur, GA
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2016 Honda Accord
16,128 Miles
Accepting Offers

Mableton, GA
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2016 Honda Accord
4,479 Miles
$19,996

Smyrna, GA
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2015 Honda Accord
69,951 Miles
$17,990

Smyrna, GA
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2012 Honda Accord
43,380 Miles
$12,995

Decatur, GA
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2006 Honda Accord
76,300 Miles
$8,499

Decatur, GA
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2011 Honda Accord
48,226 Miles
$10,495

Decatur, GA
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Atlanta, GA Honda Accord Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.4
Performance
3.8
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
4.1
Maintenance
4.5
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  1. Southern Auto Imports Stone Mountain
  2. Carmax The Auto Superstore Atlanta

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Atlanta, GA Dealer Ratings & Reviews

2005 Honda Accord - Carmax The Auto Superstore Atlanta

T.B.
Atlanta, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
4.0
Service
4.0
I was greeted immediately and asked if I needed anything. They located the car that I was looking for and had it in stock. I felt welcomed. Also, I was never talked down to like at other dealerships that I have been to. Going to the is dealership was the best thing ever. I would definitely go back again.

2005 Honda Civic - Southern Auto Imports Stone Mountain

LO
Stone Mountain, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
4.0
The workers there were young and entrepreneurial, and the environment was very relaxed with no pressure. I was able to take the car I was interested in for a test drive around the area for an unlimited time with no supervision, which was good so that I could take my time for half an hour and truly observe how well the car worked and sounded without feeling influenced to buy it. Also, the car had some minor issues such as a foggy headlight that, when I pointed it out, they freely replaced without any problem. Everyone there was friendly and

Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

2016 Honda Accord - Amazing car for the money

Atlanta, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
This Accord was the third Accord I've owned in recent years. (The one before this one was totaled in an accident.) Some of the things I most enjoyed about the car were the fully-powered interior, the moon roof, and the fuel economy. Living in the city, I rarely had to pump gas. My car is a V6 so the extra get up and push on the highway is a plus. I love the sport handling of the car as well. I also have a coupe, and it's not ideal when your backseat passengers are well into the 6' range. Also, the avoidance collision system can be a bit of a nuisance. Some places in the city tend to have very steep speed bumps, and when approaching too quickly, the car will unexpectedly stop. It takes some getting used to but not a severe enough problem to want to get rid of the car.
Title
On Sundays there is very little-to-zero traffic around the city, and it's fun to take the car on the highway and tease the gas a little. I love the power of the V6 engine, and with the coupe's size, you can really feel the extra boost it gives.
Pros
As I mentioned previously, I like the fuel economy. I get close to 40-something miles to the gallon, and living in the city, I don't have to drive much. I also love that the vehicle is fully powered. I prefer powered options when available. The moon roof gives the car a nice aesthetic and is great to open on those cool nights driving through the city.
Cons
The collision avoidance system can be a bit of a nuisance. If you approach objects with a height that reaches the lower part of your bump, the vehicle will stop which is good. But not so much in the city, because some of the speed bumps cause the car to stop on a dime when I'm going more than ten mph. I also don't like that the coupe isn't ideal for carpooling when friends and I go out on weekends.

2010 Honda Accord - I love the car. It's affordable, easy on gas ,and fun to drive.

Atlanta, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I've always owned Honda Accords as I have never had many problems with them. What few I have can be easily fixed. I also like the body style of the newer models.
Title
My best memories are driving on the highways. I have a V6 model, and I love pretending I'm a race car driver on the highways. I don't drive ridiculously fast but I enjoy the feel of the car when it accelerates and how well it hugs the road when I'm driving through sharp turns.
Pros
Other than having great gas mileage and low maintenance costs, I also love the style of the newer Accords. They are much roomier, the drive is quiet and comfortable, and almost has a sporty feel to it. Especially the V6 models, which is what I have now. The car is like a well-balanced blend of luxury and sport.
Cons
The only problem I have with Accords is their cost. They can be a bit pricey for the models I prefer, which are the EX and VL models. They come semi-fully loaded (without navigation and sport package), and can cost upwards of about $30,000 or more. But, still a good car all in all.