Beautifully looking car, BUT....This cars year, make, and model has had some SERIOUS recalls and class action suits against it. Brakes will ware down very often, needing frequent brake replacement. Burns excessive oil, and has cracks in the engine that allows oil to corrode the spark plugs. The engine will eventually give out. Had the car 3 plus years. Couldn't take it anymore so I gave it up. So i am very aware of what I'm talking about. DO YOUR RESEARCH!!
I bought the 2012 Honda Accord with 16,000 miles on it. I declined the extended warranted figuring that with the low milage on the "world's most dependable car," I wouldn't need it. Boy was I wrong! I took the car in for routine oil change at 21,000 miles and mentioned that it sounded like the belts were squealing. I turns out that there was a leak in the power steering column and I needed to replace the entire rack and pinion steering machinery to the tune of $1,400! Talk about sticker shock
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.
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