The car is stylish, reliable, and good on gas. Unfortunately, there are some hard water spots all over the glass and chrome parts of the car which have not been easy to remove with washing and detailing. Not pleased with that.
The Accord Coupe is my 3 accord Coupe. This 2010 seems to be a little cheap to me. The floor mats are definately thinner and very flemsy. The Carpet in general seems to be cheaper. The metal on the hood of the car pushes in easily if pressed upon. This is something that did not happen with the first 2 accords. There is no key entry to the trunk, You must use your remote or open the driver side door and use the manual opener on the floor. The metal overall on this car is not as strong as in previous models. This car is a joy to drive and the technology is super.
i had just recently bought a 2006 mazda 6 in october 2006. it was a LEMON. the carborater cracked, radiator overheated, exhaust started dragging on the freeway. transmission broke 5 times!!!!!!!!!! I was sick of it. so finnaly it was towed away from my side lawn after some bad driver hit it off my driveway. so i had no car for two years. finaly my girlfreind after letting me move in and use her car and such, said i would be well off with a honda accord. I knew i could trust her word because her car was a 1983 honda accord!!!! still runs to date with 230k milles on it. what a trooper. I got a 2008 honda accord the very same week. ex-l v6. very nice I recommend this car EXTREMELY.
The Honda Accord is one of the most well-rounded midsize family sedans. It receives high marks in a number of different factors, including comfort, performance, reliability, and affordability. The 2008 model introduces a major redesign that's bigger, roomier, and more powerful.
The 2008 Honda Accord seats up to five people and is available in a few levels of trims to cater to specific preferences. The sedan comes in LX, LX-P, EX, and EX-L trim levels while the coupe comes in LX-S, EX, and EX-L trims. Each trim comes with different packages of features that focus on driver and passenger experiences. For example, the EX-L trim sedan gains a sunroof, in-dash CD exchange, leather upholstery, auto-on headlights, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
Standard across all trims is a suite of convenience features commonly found in most vehicles, including front and rear cupholders, remote trunk release, and audio and cruise controls on the steering wheel. In-car entertainment includes an auxiliary audio input, AM/FM stereo, six total speakers, and sensitive volume control.
The 2008 Honda Accord is a budget-friendly, family, mid-size sedan that nails down the basics.
Traditionally, the Honda Accord maintains its mix of handling and comfort. With excellent steering and capabilities in the city or on the highway, the Honda Accord drives smoothly with strong acceleration and efficient fuel economy. The 2008 Accord is a good blend of value and efficiency in a package that stands out from older versions.
The Honda Accord has added power and efficiency-enhancing technology to its standard engine choices. The LX and LX-P sedan trims come with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that takes the place of a conventional automatic. An upgraded version of the same engine is available in all EX trims to ensure it has leading horsepower, with optional upgrades to a 3.5L V6 engine. The Honda Accord's impressive fuel economy make this vehicle great for commuting and other daily uses.
The Honda Accord has always distinguished itself with interior quality that is superior to the competition. Though the 2008 edition hardly disappoints, it's no surprise that competing family mid-size sedans have taken notice and upgraded their upholstery quality and other interior comforts across their trims and packages.