I bought this car in Dec....although it is a 2004, it has only 34,000 miles on it, and all the upgrades. The tires are imported from Italy, it has a 6 disc CD player and all the goodies. Moon roof, heated seats. The color is pearl grey with black leather seats. I filled it up today for $40.00, nice. I need to sell because of a financial situation. I think this is one of the best cars I've had.
I am very pleased with my 'new' Accord. It is a great commuter car, with good handling and reasonable performance for a 4 cylinder car. It is comfortable and well designed (of course, it's a Honda!). My gas mileage ranges from 22 to 27 mpg depending on how much stop and go traffic I'm stuck in.
The sound system is surprisingly good.
The transmission is a little rough when shifting.
All in all, I'm quite happy with the car.
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