2014 Honda AccordGreg Sowell - Plano, TX07/06/2015
A lot of vehicle for the price! I was originally looking at an Acura TLX, but I couldn't justify the expense after seeing the design and options being so close to the expensive brand name. The quality has also been great. It's a solid car with good performance and with options and style that you would find in more expensive brands.
This car is fuel efficient. I get close to 30 mpg around town and 35 mpg highway. Love all the built in electronics, including hands free phone and flash drive for all my music. Rear view camera makes backing up a breeze and passenger side camera makes driving safer. It's a very sporty 2-door that drives smoothly.
2015 Honda AccordB A - Chicago, IL06/08/2016
Overall I like the car. The inside is roomy and comfortable. There is plenty of legroom and even with a car seat installed in the middle back seat, we can still seat 2 adults behind. The ride is smooth but you can definitely hear the road on the highway. I am not impressed by the acceleration and that is something that will rank high on my priority list next time I'm in the market to buy a car.
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