2016 Honda Accord
32,619 Miles | Irvine, CA
$24,416
Est $352/mo

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2018 Honda Accord
7,111 Miles | Irvine, CA
$31,700
Est $457/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
39,836 Miles | Irvine, CA
$22,799
Est $329/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
21,660 Miles | Commerce, CA
$24,910
Est $359/mo

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2015 Honda Accord
50,128 Miles | Commerce, CA
$18,670
Est $269/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
51,916 Miles | Oceanside, CA
$21,530
Est $310/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
35,483 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$24,200
Est $349/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
23,939 Miles | Union City, GA
$25,500
Est $368/mo

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2015 Honda Accord
20,777 Miles | Boulder, CO
$20,500
Est $295/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
25,228 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$26,913
Est $388/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
9,378 Miles | Ontario, CA
$28,998
Est $418/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
12,832 Miles | Oxnard, CA
$26,998
Est $389/mo

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2018 Honda Accord
6,464 Miles | Brandywine, MD
$31,998
Est $461/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
13,585 Miles | Escondido, CA
$26,998
Est $389/mo

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2018 Honda Accord
970 Miles | Naples, FL
$32,998
Est $476/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
18,176 Miles | Frederick, MD
$25,998
Est $375/mo

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2017 Honda Accord
9,352 Miles | Doral, FL
$27,998
Est $404/mo

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2018 Honda Accord
4,525 Miles | Madison, WI
$31,998
Est $461/mo

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2015 Honda Accord
37,139 Miles | Franklin, TN
$22,599
Est $326/mo

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2016 Honda Accord
32,167 Miles | Riverside, CA
$24,998
Est $360/mo

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Honda Accord Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Honda Accord - Got to love the Android auto and safety features!

Laura
Tempe, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
We bought the 2016 Honda Accord Touring from an AutoNation dealer in Vegas, and had it shipped to our home in Phoenix. The exterior of the car is white with 18-inch Honda rims. The exterior of the car looks like a German luxury car, and we have gotten many compliments on it from other drivers. I absolutely love the look of the headlights on the Touring version. They are the same jewel-eyed lights that you will see on Acura vehicles. It gives it a distinct and aggressive look. The slight body kit and trunk lip really complete the outside look of the Accord Touring. Inside, the backseat has plenty of legroom for long trips and drives. I liked that they have also memory seating for driver one and two. I like that both front seats are power operated. The center entertainment console is muc... (more)
Story
We drove the car to Vegas for a weekend trip. It was just my wife and I. When we were in Vegas, we went to Chinatown for some food. As we were leaving the restaurant, another Honda Accord owner pulled up to us in the parking lot and struck up a conversation. He was absolutely enamored with the Accord and saw that we had the Touring version. So, he began to geek out about Android Auto and how h... (more)
Pros
Lots of pros to write about here. The outside styling of the car is aggressive and makes the vehicle stand out among the crowd. It can really turn heads when you're driving down the road. Definitely much more refined than your average Toyota Camry. The inside is wrapped in nice leather that is comfortable no matter what seat you are in. Honda was one of the first car companies to adopt Apple Car play/Android Auto. It has a great interface for the user and is much easier to use than your stock interface. Also, the adaptive cruise control is great for long trips, because you can sit back and... (more)
Cons
The safety features are my only big dislike about this car. Also the gas mileage. Starting with the safety features, I have had a couple instances where the emergency braking will freak out and lock up the car for no reason. Most commonly, this happens when a car is making a right turn and I'm right behind it. The parking sensors will go off and eventually lock up the car. After that, it does take a few seconds to get the car going again. A few times, it could have caused an accident. The V6 on the Touring trim has power, but I don't think it's enough. Only when you go on Sport mode is the... (more)

2015 Honda Accord - Solid car with poor gas mileage

Justin
Cincinnati, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
The hybrid version of the Honda Accord Touring edition provides the steady practicality I have come to expect from Honda. In fact, the car also includes some extras that make it feel like a luxury car, including programmable leather seats and a roomy interior. However, the gas mileage is a disappointing at 35 miles per gallon for a hybrid, and far less than advertised by the dealer.
Story
I really enjoyed a recent spring-like day when I was able to drive around with the windows down, the sunroof open, and play songs from my iPhone via Bluetooth. The car had a smooth, fun ride that made it a pleasure to drive on such a nice day.
Pros
The best thing about this vehicle is its practicality and reliability. Hondas are known for providing steady, reliable transportation for hundreds of thousands of miles, and this car is no different. Because this is the Touring edition, the car includes high-end features like rear and side-view cameras, and programmable leather seats. The car also features Bluetooth with optional Sirius satellite radio, GPS map service, and a dual-screen interior computer that also serves to control the phone, radio, and map functions. The car has a beautiful interior and an incredibly smooth ride. Adaptiv... (more)
Cons
The biggest con about this car is its poor gas mileage. The dealer advertised a respectable 55 miles per gallon, which is what I have come to expect from a Honda hybrid. However, after driving the car for roughly two years and tracking my gas mileage consistently, it is clear that the car reaches a maximum of 35 miles per gallon. This hybrid car is too expensive to provide such low gas mileage, which is why I would hesitate to recommend it to a friend.

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