2009 Honda Accord
111,342 Miles
$8,995

Newark, NJ
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2008 Honda Accord
91,279 Miles
$8,995

Newark, NJ
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2012 Honda Accord
51,689 Miles
$14,995

Newark, NJ
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2009 Honda Accord
13,000 Miles
$12,499

Kearny, NJ
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2014 Honda Accord
55,296 Miles
$17,900

Newark, NJ
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2014 Honda Accord
31,750 Miles
$18,400

Hillside, NJ
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2014 Honda Accord
40,419 Miles
$15,500

Hillside, NJ
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2014 Honda Accord
28,587 Miles
$16,500

Hillside, NJ
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2015 Honda Accord
32,545 Miles
$18,500

Hillside, NJ
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2014 Honda Accord
28,331 Miles
$16,500

Hillside, NJ
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Newark, NJ 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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Newark, NJ Dealer Ratings & Reviews

2007 Honda Accord - Route 22 Honda Hillside

KL
Newark, New Jersey
Overall
4.0
Facility
3.0
Process
4.0
Quality
4.0
Service
4.0
1. They are a Honda dealership 2. Friendly salespersons 3. Salespersons were knowledgeable and helpful 4. Pleasant test drive experience 5. Convenient location

2015 Honda CR-V - Route 22 Honda Hillside

J
Newark, New Jersey
Overall
4.0
Facility
4.0
Process
4.0
Quality
4.0
Service
4.0
Spot on help and availability. I just wish they were closer to where we actually live.

Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

1997 Honda Accord - Happy Honda owner

East Rocky Hill, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I like the size of my Honda Accord. It holds four people comfortably, and can handle five in a pinch. There is a firmness to the ride that I like, but the ride is not rough or noisy. Acceleration is excellent -- really better than it needs to be. I especially like the way the car is able to enter the flow of traffic quickly from a standing start. The gas mileage isn't great by current standards, though it was pretty typical for its time (1997). I get about 20 mpg, but my driving consists mostly of short in-town trips that would tend to reduce efficiency. The car has been very reliable, particularly the core components -- engine, transmission, etc. My biggest repairs outside of normal wear and tear have involved items like a power window motor.
Story
My wife and I were in the car trying to enter a very crowded amusement park parking lot. Traffic was at a standstill. I knew that there was shuttle bus service available from a nearby shopping center, but we were stuck. I'm almost always a by-the-book type of person -- and driver -- so my wife was more than a bit surprised when I turned the wheel and drove across the grassy median to the outbo... (more)
Pros
I bought this car because of the strong reliability record of both the manufacturer and the specific model. I chose the version with a V6 engine because it was the only version available with anti-lock brakes at that time. Those are my favorite features. The extra acceleration from the V6 is a bit of a guilty pleasure. It's nice to have, but I know it's costing me a bit in gasoline consumption.
Cons
While I was glad to get a reliable, affordable, comfortable car with ABS -- not an easy combination to get in 1997 -- I was annoyed that I had to pay for the bigger engine in order to get that combination. Tires were initially a big expense, as the bigger engine came with pricey high-speed tires. Eventually I found (or the tire companies started producing -- I'm not sure whether the problem was availability or my own ignorance) less costly tires for this car, so that issue has improved in recent years.

2016 Honda Accord - A Great Car At A Great Price

Jersey City, New Jersey
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I chose this over the Camry simply because I thought it looked better. I have to say the car is brilliant. The power comes on perfectly from a red light and even better when I need to merge on the highway or pass a slower moving vehicle. The interior is very roomy and it seems bigger than the Camry.
Story
I was driving on a sunday morning to a golf outing. I got there early really early before the sun even rose. I wanted to play that course for a while and was waiting for a few weeks for a reservation. The tee time was early enough but certainly I did not need to be there before sunrise. When I got there my buddy who plays with me brought his convertible with the top down. It was an older car. ... (more)
Pros
Great design; it looks muscular and manly. The engine is smooth and powerful. I step on the gas and it is ready to go with little to no hesitation. It gets pretty good fuel economy, too. I tend to drive fast and have a lead foot so fuel economy is not really my thing.
Cons
The color options are a bit limited. I wanted something that was pretty different, especially when it comes in the Sport Edition but that isn't the case or it isn't the case for my taste. I am growing to like the radio, but truthfully I am an old school grump that liked big knobs that made it easy to change the radio station so I don't have to take my eyes off the road. I have accepted that these are modern times, but I still wish the radio was simpler.