2014 Honda Accord
93,200 Miles
$19,000

Sacramento, CA
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2014 Honda Accord
55,537 Miles
$18,950

Sacramento, CA
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2005 Honda Accord
179,000 Miles
$5,497

Sacramento, CA
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2008 Honda Accord
134,000 Miles
$7,997

Sacramento, CA
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2003 Honda Accord
169,000 Miles
$4,997

Sacramento, CA
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2007 Honda Accord
144,000 Miles
$6,497

Sacramento, CA
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2003 Honda Accord
152,426 Miles
$5,588

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Honda Accord
10,259 Miles
$22,995

Sacramento, CA
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2015 Honda Accord
12,444 Miles
$16,950

Sacramento, CA
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2001 Honda Accord
115,568 Miles
$5,988

Sacramento, CA
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1999 Honda Accord
134,440 Miles
$3,988

Sacramento, CA
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2013 Honda Accord
79,000 Miles
$11,998

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Honda Accord
12,300 Miles
$31,000

Sacramento, CA
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2007 Honda Accord
Accepting Offers

Sacramento , CA
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2011 Honda Accord
96,305 Miles
$11,995

Sacramento, CA
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2010 Honda Accord
112,310 Miles
$10,995

Sacramento, CA
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2011 Honda Accord
107,780 Miles
$12,595

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Honda Accord
14,979 Miles
$18,995

Sacramento, CA
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2014 Honda Accord
34,135 Miles
$19,995

Sacramento, CA
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2008 Honda Accord
91,263 Miles
$10,595

Sacramento, CA
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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 Sacramento, CA
  1. Stockton Honda
  2. Buena Park Honda

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Sacramento, CA Dealer Ratings & Reviews

2014 Honda CR-V - Stockton Honda

Samantha
Stockton, California
Overall 5.0
Facility 5.0
Process 5.0
Quality 5.0
Service 5.0
The sales associate was extremely friendly and greeted me as soon as I drove up. We were offered coffee while we waited for the paperwork to be printed. I was able to test drive on the streets and on the highway. The dealership worked with us on finding a workable payment arrangement. The sales associate helped me clean out my old car and move into the new one as soon as the sale was finalized.

2014 Honda CR-V - Buena Park Honda

JT
Buena Park, California
Overall 4.0
Facility 5.0
Process 5.0
Quality 4.0
Service 5.0
They were very concerned with getting me the best deal possible, and out of all the other dealerships I went to, they truly had the best. Everyone was very friendly, welcoming, and helpful. They were also very informative and did not hold back any information. They were fast in getting everything done and getting me my new car. Negotiating was not difficult at all, unlike the other dealerships I visited.

Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

1995 Honda Accord - I have had a largely positive experience with this vehicle.

Sacramento, California
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 2.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 5.0
Maintenance 5.0
I liked that the car is relatively compact and easy to maneuver, that it gets fairly good gas mileage (about 31 mpg), and has been reliable over the past 20,000 miles. A few things I disliked about the car is that the factory features lack an aux input and a CD player, limiting my audio options. I also disliked the acceleration at times, as it did not seem to accelerate as fast on freeway on-ramps compared to other cars I have driven. I also would have preferred the steering to be more sensitive, as I often had to turn the wheel several times to cut into tight spaces.
Story
I was driving in the city where there were only very tight parallel parking spots where I needed to park, but I couldn't get the wheels to cut tight enough to fit into them. I had to drive for circles for a long time before I could find a spot to fit in.
Pros
My favorite features of the vehicle were its price and its gas mileage. I also liked that the car was relatively inconspicuous and anonymous. The best feature of the Honda Accord is that it is reliable and doesn't break down if you care for it regularly.
Cons
This make and model is stolen at higher rates on average than most other types of vehicles, due to its ubiquity creating a large parts market. The car also had trouble with acceleration and precision steering.

2011 Honda Accord - This car is a piece of junk. Do not buy this car!

Sacramento, California
Overall
1.0
Value 1.0
Performance 1.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 3.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 1.0
Looking at the exterior and interior of the vehicle it is a nice car, but looks can be deceiving. What's under the hood is a different story. The transmission is junk. I have had this car almost three years and have been taking it back and forth to the dealership since a month after I purchased it. The car jerks, clunks, and revs up on the freeway. I do not feel safe and in control of this car. I never know when it is going to act up on the freeway. Sometimes it gets stuck and will not go over 55/60mph on the freeway. I have to pull over and turn off the car. At one point the heater went out and about a week later suddenly started working again. I would never buy this car again or recommend that anybody buy this car.
Story
The only memorable memory that I have had while owning this vehicle is the day I brought my daughter home in it.
Pros
The interior of the vehicle is very nice, black on black and it is roomy. The exterior style of the car stands out and has LED lights that run across the top of the headlight, which give it a nice look.
Cons
Bad transmission. Many complaints online from other owners and I have personally experienced the same problems with the transmission. Heater also stopped working then suddenly came back on a week later.

2001 Honda Accord - Great commuter car for the price.

Santa Rosa, California
Overall
3.0
Value 4.0
Performance 1.0
Style 3.0
Comfort 3.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 4.0
I owned a 2001 Honda Accord for almost 5 years. It was a pretty good car. It was great for commutes and got almost 25 MPG. It was also semi stylish so I didn't feel like a hobo driving a clunker. It was a stick shift so that was fun at first but got real old after about a year. It was also really slow and I would get passed constantly unless I'm red lining it every where I go. I used it on a 600 mile trip to Vegas and didn't have a single problem. It also had a giant trunk which could easily hold 2 weeks of food. I loved that car and would buy it again. I wouldn't get stick shift again though. A downside with it is the window regulator broke and that seemed to be a common problem in Hondas. You think they would have fixed that after 20 years. Another great thing about this car is it wa... (more)
Story
I was driving my girlfriend to work and was talking to her as I drove. Out of nowhere a giant black lab ran right in front of my car. I was in a residential street and I was driving about 30 mph. Well my girlfriend started screaming but I slammed on the breaks while whipping the steering wheel around and got the car sideways. I then corrected and whipped around the dog with out hitting it. My ... (more)
Pros
I will make a list of the pros. Great gas. Very stylish. Doesn't stick out and cops never pay attention to the Honda. Comfy. Cheap replacement parts. Extremely easy to work on.
Cons
Slow. Plain Jane. Was a stick shift. Wasn't flashy.