I love this car! It is so nice and very well constructed. It handles very well and the quality of the materials, the design, and the workmanship is above the quality on the Camry that I had. I get excellent gas mileage and the overall handling of the car is really nice. I would definitely recommend this car.
We just recently bought this Honda Accord this year. Aside from this one, we've had two other Honda Accords, one from 2000 and second one from 2004. They both have over 250K miles on them. That tells you why we bought our new Honda Accord this year. They're simply amazing cars that American cars cannot even come in comparison with. They're fairly priced. They're low cost to maintain. As long as you change the oil when it needs, you're good. Never had a big repair done on any of my Hondas. I'll keep buying Honda Accords until they stop making them!! Truly a fan.
Roomy interior. Back seats can handle an adult as easily as the front seats can. Quick acceleration and the CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) eliminates traditional automatic shifting points and helps to keep vehicle highway speed constant when going up inclines. Few if any blind spots.
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We’re taking a closer look at the most searched cars and trucks on carmax.com in 2017. Shoppers across the country are looking for Jeep Wranglers, Ford F-150s, and Honda Accords. They also want lots of vehicle features to enhance their rides. Shoppers in Atlanta want a Chevy Tahoe and third-row seats. People in Washington, DC, like looking for a Jeep Wrangler and Bluetooth®. In Austin, shoppers are hunting for a Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and leather seats. And, in Boise, folks can’t get enough of the Ford F-150 with 4X4 power!