2006 Honda Accord
142,602 Miles
$8,995

Greenville, NC
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2007 Honda Accord
80,194 Miles
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Greenville, NC
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2007 Honda Accord
112,613 Miles
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Greenville, NC
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2007 Honda Accord
169,235 Miles
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Greenville, NC
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2009 Honda Accord
72,531 Miles
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Greenville, NC
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2016 Honda Accord
12,690 Miles
$22,985

Greenville, NC
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2012 Honda Accord
88,075 Miles
$10,888

Greenville, NC
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2016 Honda Accord
14,116 Miles
$19,989

Greenville, NC
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2015 Honda Accord
34,992 Miles
$19,995

Greenville, NC
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2017 Honda Accord
3,768 Miles
$27,995

Greenville, NC
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2014 Honda Accord
28,606 Miles
$20,500

Tarboro, NC
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2011 Honda Accord
96,519 Miles
$11,994

Williamston, NC
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2014 Honda Accord
32,919 Miles
$16,800

Kinston, NC
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2009 Honda Accord
95,131 Miles
$9,995

Kinston, NC
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2016 Honda Accord
11,702 Miles
$26,995

Kinston, NC
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2000 Honda Accord
220,737 Miles
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Kinston, NC
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1998 Honda Accord
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Rocky Mount, NC
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2005 Honda Accord
185,294 Miles
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Rocky Mount, NC
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2004 Honda Accord
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Rocky Mount, NC
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Greenville, NC 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
Top Dealers In Greenville, NC
  1. Barbour Hendrick Honda Greenville
  2. Phelps Chevrolet Greenville

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Greenville, NC Dealer Ratings & Reviews

2013 Honda Accord - Barbour Hendrick Honda Greenville

Shay K.
Greenville, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
The dealership is brand new and has a newly renovated building complete with comfortable sitting and meeting areas for customers. The dealer that I worked with at this dealership was very friendly and jovial. I also liked the selection and range of cars they offered here, the new building offers a lot of space in the lot for a large inventory of cars. They were also flexible and committed to ordering a car if I did not like the car choices available on site.

2010 Honda Civic - Phelps Chevrolet Greenville

Kathryn
Greenville, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
3.0
Quality
4.0
Service
5.0
Someone had traded the Honda Civic in for a Chevrolet so the price was a very good deal. They took a picture of me beside my new car and sent me a calendar in the mail a few weeks later which had my picture on top. They also enclosed an electronic copy of the picture to show my friends.

Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

2011 Honda Accord - Best all around car

Hickory, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
This car is by far the best all around car available. There is plenty of room for five passengers and luggage. The gas mileage is as good or better than other similar mid-sized cars. It is great for trips as well as bee-bopping around town. It even works for transporting 12-foot boards from the home improvement store! All of the finishes on the inside of the car have held up very well in the five and a half years that I have had it. The leather still looks almost brand new, the buttons/knobs are in great shape, and the carpets are holding up very well.
Story
I loaded six 12 ft long boards in the car angled from the passenger seat to the drivers side of the trunk (and about 3 feet out the back!). Who needs a truck?!?
Pros
This car gets great gas mileage, has more than enough room to transport anything that I need, has all of the technology features that I can possibly use, and is super comfortable. The trunk space is almost double what I had in my last car, which is great for transporting groceries, dog crates, or luggage for our beach trips. The back seats are very roomy and capable of accommodating a car seat and diaper bag while leaving plenty of room for an additional passenger or two.
Cons
The only negative thing about this car is that there are about a million of them on the road...that makes finding your car in any crowded parking lot a little difficult!

2000 Honda Accord - Problem free

Raleigh, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
Prior to buying my Accord I owned a Ford, and it had so many mechanical problems. After 15 years and 90,000 plus miles my Accord has had absolutely zero problems. Yes, I have replaced the tires, and had the factory suggested maintenance done on time, but have never, ever had an unexpected repair. It is hard to describe how anxious I was to turn the key of that piece of junk Ford and hope it started, yet now I do not even consider my Accord will ever fail me.
Story
My wife and I have taken my Accord to the beach well over 100 times, and we (or our friends) often find shells under the seats or under the mats when we clean the car. We take it everywhere and haul anything that fits.
Pros
Reliability is all I ask of a vehicle. Anything more is just nice to have. The stereo has always been great, and since it is a 4 door there is room to haul a few friends around from time to time, and I have always thought is more solid than my friends Chevy's or Fords.
Cons
Since I have had the car for awhile I have moved several times, and it is not big enough to handle hardly any large items, with even a big TV having to go into a rental truck or friends pickup truck. However, I knew how big it was when I bought it, and understood I was not buying a pickup, so this is hardly such a terrible trait.