2012 Honda Accord
92,006 Miles
$11,995

Cincinnati, OH
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2014 Honda Accord
95,301 Miles
$14,000

Cincinnati, OH
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2014 Honda Accord
28,134 Miles
$20,000

Cincinnati, OH
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2013 Honda Accord
43,618 Miles
$16,500

Cincinnati, OH
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2014 Honda Accord
28,376 Miles
$17,000

Cincinnati, OH
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2014 Honda Accord
20,791 Miles
$18,750

Charlotte, NC
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2015 Honda Accord
33,600 Miles
$19,500

Charlotte, NC
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2014 Honda Accord
58,143 Miles
$17,750

Atlanta, OH
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2014 Honda Accord
17,394 Miles
$19,750

Houston, TX
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2014 Honda Accord
44,144 Miles
$15,250

Washington, DC
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2014 Honda Accord
15,932 Miles
$21,000

Memphis, TN
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2014 Honda Accord
35,502 Miles
$17,250

Memphis, TN
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2014 Honda Accord
34,721 Miles
$17,750

Raleigh, NC
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2013 Honda Accord
31,110 Miles
$16,750

Nashville, TN
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2014 Honda Accord
67,650 Miles
$14,000

Cincinnati, OH
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2015 Honda Accord
50,456 Miles
$19,000

Atlanta, NC
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2013 Honda Accord
29,519 Miles
$16,500

Cincinnati, OH
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2014 Honda Accord
37,324 Miles
$17,750

Raleigh, NC
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Cincinnati, OH 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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Cincinnati, OH Dealer Ratings & Reviews

1993 Honda Accord - Sunnyside Honda Middleburg Heights

Hunter
Cincinnati, Ohio
Overall
3.0
Facility
4.0
Process
2.0
Quality
3.0
Service
3.0
It was a used car dealership that wasn't sleazy. They didn't try to high ball me and were sincere.

2010 Honda Civic - Ganley Nissan Mayfield Hts

Matt
Pepper Pike, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
I like this dealership because when I come here I feel like I am getting a great value. The people who work here do not treat you like a commission sale. This is because they work based upon a per car commission of $250 a sale instead of the standard percentage based commission. They care about you buying a car, not a specific car. They are great people to work with and I completely trust them. Highly recommended!

Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

2014 Honda Accord - 2014 Honda Accord EX

Cincinnati, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Its a Honda Accord, its a reliable car that doesn't feature an abundance of technology nor is it the best looking car out here. The car is well built, reliable, comfortable, and fine looking. On the down side the car is pretty loud outside thanks to a "sports" turned exhaust and the styling is pretty boring.
Story
I drove this car to Canada for vacation over the summer and got an amazing 45mpg on the highway
Pros
Well built Reliable Comfortable Good fuel economy
Cons
Loud "sports" exhaust Boring styling

2011 Honda Accord - Acura without the expensive price tag

Steubenville, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I opted for the 2011 Accord with every available bell and whistle (except for navigation). I wanted a good car that would not only retain its value over the years, but one that also looked sleek and stylish. I chose metallic gray with gray leather interior and an attached spoiler on the back. I drove off of the Honda lot with that sweet smell of new car permeating all of my senses. The grip of the steering wheel put me in power. I felt like I was driving a solid vehicle that could take me down the street, up the highway, or across the country. I felt comfortable and in control driving this car. From the door handles to the suspension system, this car had been carefully assembled for somebody. And I feel glad I chose it.
Story
Driving the car off of the lot and into town, it seemed to command everybody's attention. Shiny and new, with the temporary tags, I had marked myself as a distraction for anybody within eyesight. Yes--this is my new car. Not too flashy--but still, catches your eye.
Pros
I liked the fact that it was a Honda--I have very good experiences with other Honda vehicles. This car wasn't too boxy. It wasn't too big. It wasn't too small. It sat high enough on the ground to feel like I could command some respect on the highway from the SUVs and semis, but low enough that I could zip around town. It didn't say, "I have a lot of money." It was just enough flash for me. I loved the re-design of this new Accord--I wasn't a big fan of the body of the previous models. The climate controlled interior simplified my life--high fan, low fan, medium fan, heat, cool? Which one d... (more)
Cons
The back end was just a little too blah, even for my taste. I felt like it needed a little something extra, so I added an attached spoiler. The choice of gray leather, in hindsight, was not ideal for me. I would have done better to pick black leather, as the gray leather got dirty faster.