2003 Honda Accord
213,860 Miles | Oakland, CA
$5,900
Est $85/mo

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2000 Honda Accord
217,321 Miles | Oakland, CA
$2,999
Est $43/mo

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2011 Honda Accord
87,419 Miles | Oakland, CA
$9,999
Est $144/mo

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2010 Honda Accord
98,721 Miles | Oakland, CA
$9,289
Est $134/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
45,985 Miles | Oakland, CA
$18,300
Est $264/mo

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2011 Honda Accord
32,209 Miles | Oakland, CA
$11,905
Est $172/mo

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2010 Honda Accord
98,179 Miles | Oakland, CA
$9,300
Est $134/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
34,924 Miles | Oakland, CA
$19,500
Est $281/mo

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2015 Honda Accord
34,285 Miles | Oakland, CA
$18,500
Est $267/mo

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2010 Honda Accord
103,019 Miles | Oakland, CA
$10,300
Est $148/mo

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2018 Honda Accord
7,710 Miles | Oakland, CA
$28,500
Est $411/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
28,093 Miles | Oakland, CA
$22,825
Est $329/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
31,399 Miles | Oakland, CA
$25,920
Est $374/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
62,498 Miles | Oakland, CA
$18,500
Est $267/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
31,000 Miles | Oakland, CA
$16,500
Est $238/mo

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2002 Honda Accord
157,600 Miles | Oakland, CA
$2,600
Est $37/mo

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2013 Honda Accord
84,600 Miles | Alameda, CA
$14,999
Est $216/mo

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2007 Honda Accord
132,000 Miles | Alameda, CA
$6,989
Est $101/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
98,186 Miles | Alameda, CA
$17,898
Est $258/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
52,428 Miles | Alameda, CA
$13,898
Est $200/mo

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Oakland, CA Honda Accord Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.4
Performance
3.7
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
4.1
Reliability
4.4
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2009 Honda Accord - What can I say, she was my first love, the first car I ever owned, and we had some good times together.

Kyle
Florence-Graham, California
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I've had my car to the dealer a few times for rattles. Some were fixed, some were not. The wind noise at highway speeds isn't loud enough to make conversation difficult, but it is too loud for a car that costs this much. I do like the ergonomics for most of the controls. Except, the auxiliary port is inside the center console, under a removable tray, and behind a spring loaded cover. You cannot plug in your MP3 player to this port safely while driving, as you can't clearly see what you're doing, and you need two hands due to the spring loaded cover--poor location. The technology items (Bluetooth, navigation, voice recognition) all work well, with no major glitches. No Homelink available except in the V6 package, which is pretty ridiculous. The car rides decent but can be a little ... (more)
Pros
The usual specs. Automatic. Four cylinder. Aluminum-alloy engine. Over 160 horse power. Mean-looking body. Nice trunk space. Interior was good enough. Adjustable front seat belt anchors. Brake assist. Emergency trunk release. Performance was good.
Cons
Interior layout of console is not practical. Rattling noise in right front panel and near back speakers on bumpy roads. Rear brakes wear out far too early. Front seats are incredibly uncomfortable. Head rest/restraint is angled too far forwards and can cause neck pain if you're taller than 5'2". Rear deck rattles due to utilizing cheap plastic to connect the deck to the metal frame with no buffering.

2005 Honda Accord - My amazing Honda Accord LX 2005 review

Julia
Fullerton, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I love the color of my car because I feel white goes well with the red tail lights. The build of the car feels sturdy, and I feel safe when I am in the car. I don't love driving in general, but I feel like the Honda brand is a good choice because if anything were to break, I can easily find parts since so many people drive the model. I've had it since 2005, and I plan to use it for a long time until I really have to pay for another vehicle. So my experience with the longevity of the vehicle is quite good. I am a cartoonist and I think the look of the car isn't anything fancy or stands out. It's kind of generic looking, but I seem to like that about cars because again, since I don't like to drive that much, I prefer to blend in rather than stand out. I would stand out when it comes to c... (more)
Story
One time I was appointed an interview all the way in San Francisco. I drove halfway there and while in central California, I just turned around and went home. It was a long trip and I considered it sightseeing and that company is probably upset with me and will never contact me ever again.
Pros
The pros to me are the color selection being white. I feel like it blends in and doesn't stand out too much. White is surprisingly less dirty looking than a black car when it becomes dusty. So sometimes I can even get away with not washing it and it'll look great. I love that. I feel safe in it, and it pretty much just does everything I need it to do. I'm a simple guy and travel mostly short distances nowadays because I'm done with school, and it really does a good job. My favorite pro about this car is that if anything ever breaks, I never feel like replacement parts are too hard to find.
Cons
As a fat person, sometimes I feel like it could be roomier. It causes me to fantasize about having a nice SUV or something but it's really not that important. That's just a nitpick really. I would say one con even though I feel completely safe in my car is that when I compare the feeling of a Japanese car to an American made car, I do feel like the American cars are much more powerful and safer. As in they have nice hard shells/frames to protect you in case of an accident. That makes me a bit jealous but I don't drive much so it doesn't matter.

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2010 Honda Fit - Mel Rapton Honda Sacramento

Matthew
Arden-Arcade, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
4.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
The company is family owned and family members are present on site. Mel Rapton Honda does not pressure you, ever. When getting the car serviced they have excellent shuttle transport to the local mall, or to the college campus nearby. Mel Rapton works with you to get the best price and make sure you can afford it. The dealership is clean, nice and large; it never feels crowded.