2002 Honda Accord
148,373 Miles
$7,599

Portland, OR
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2004 Honda Accord
76,000 Miles
$9,300

Portland, OR
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2007 Honda Accord
92,000 Miles
$8,500

Portland, OR
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2007 Honda Accord
62,300 Miles
$8,500

Portland, OR
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2007 Honda Accord
232,648 Miles
$5,995

Portland, OR
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2001 Honda Accord
245,478 Miles
$3,995

Portland, OR
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2002 Honda Accord
268,688 Miles
$3,999

Portland, OR
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1993 Honda Accord
290,971 Miles
Accepting Offers

Portland, OR
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2007 Honda Accord
151,799 Miles
$7,995

Portland, OR
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2001 Honda Accord
137,250 Miles
$4,495

Portland, OR
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2013 Honda Accord
57,806 Miles
$18,988

Portland, OR
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2006 Honda Accord
84,805 Miles
$7,995

Portland, OR
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2008 Honda Accord
155,777 Miles
$8,995

Portland, OR
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2006 Honda Accord
119,254 Miles
$7,895

Portland, OR
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2012 Honda Accord
50,736 Miles
$12,988

Portland, OR
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2016 Honda Accord
4,880 Miles
Accepting Offers

Portland, OR
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1996 Honda Accord
156,833 Miles
$1,995

Portland, OR
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2005 Honda Accord
152,544 Miles
$7,477

Portland, OR
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2004 Honda Accord
179,647 Miles
Accepting Offers

Portland, OR
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2015 Honda Accord
40,731 Miles
$17,988

Portland, OR
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Portland, OR 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
Top Dealers In Portland, OR
  1. Ron Tonkin Honda Portland
  2. Pat Twymans Car Center Portland
  3. West Coast Auto Group Portland

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Portland, OR Dealer Ratings & Reviews

1994 Honda Accord - Pat Twymans Car Center Portland

KB
Portland, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
4.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
The staff is very friendly. They are negotiable in price and understanding of money troubles. The do in-home financing. They accept people with bad or no credit. They have a large selection of vehicles.

2005 Honda Accord - West Coast Auto Group Portland

M.T
Portland, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Facility
3.0
Process
5.0
Quality
4.0
Service
5.0
They are always willing to give you fair price.

2006 Honda Accord - Ron Tonkin Honda Portland

CCA
Portland, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
Superior knowledge and customer service. They gave us the best price out of 4 dealerships we went to.

Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

1992 Honda Accord - The good dinosaur

Portland, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
The great thing about the Honda Accord is that parts are widely available and cheap. That makes for much less of a headache than many of the cars that I have owned when something goes wrong, but the truth is that even now at 25 years old, it rarely needs service. The engine layout is extremely straightforward with plenty of room to work, and most things you might need to fix are easy to spot.
Title
There is a guy who works at a convenience store by my house who has the same car but in a different color. When I go to the store, I make a point of parking next to him. It is a pretty funny scene in 2017 for two virtually identical 25-year-old cars to be side by side.
Pros
The most surprising thing about my Accord is how powerful it is for a station wagon. If I want to speed, I can speed. I have enough room to carry four passengers comfortably and room in the rear for all of our gear. The view for the driver is very wide open which makes traffic less nerve-wracking.
Cons
So far I have had to change out a few parts which is mostly down to aging, but nothing has been really "bad," so to speak. My antenna broke off from a tree which was annoying. Since it is an automatically-extending antenna, I had a long cable uncoiling from the side of my car, but I was able to detach it and still get radio signal.

2006 Honda Accord - Extremely reliable

Independence, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
This car is extremely reliable and durable. It has been in three major accidents and is still a very well-functioning vehicle. A wonderful car for your children, and rest assured, they are in good hands.
Title
A particular place in Oregon, there was a rapid incline followed by a rapid decline over a hill. The speed limit was 35 in this area, and we were new to the place and were not aware of the rapid change in elevation. Long story short, a few of us accidentally caught air going over what we thought was just going to be a bump landing 20-25 feet away from where we expected to be. Thankfully, no on... (more)
Pros
Reliability is a key selling point for this car. Fuel efficiency, even for being an '06, is still on par with newer vehicles, excluding hybrids. Taller people in the car have enough head room and leg room to ride comfortably in passenger and rear seating. Resale value and Kelly Bluebook on the car is still high enough and holding value. Solid electrical work as very few cars of this model report any malfunctions. Large production of this vehicle means that replacement parts or repairing parts is a common fix for most repair shops, which means less special ordering and cheaper repair bills,... (more)
Cons
Color selections when buying new is fairly slim. Engine used for this specific model is built around a tension chain rather then a tension band which has a tendency to fail after about eight to ten years, resulting in a $800-$2,000 repair. Uses W-35 oil, which is more costly than other alternative oils on the market.