2014 Honda AccordVivian Glaze - Fort Mill, SC06/10/2015
This car has all of the things necessary to drive across town or across the country. It has more bells and whistles that any car she has owned so far. By the way this is her 4th Honda Accord. It appears to be a very safe car with all of the warning signals like the one that tells you if you are too close to the car in front of you or the one that warns you that you are drifting into the other lane. It is a fine car.
The first week I got the car the tire pressure light came on. Now it's jerking when pulling off as well as when coming to a stop. The ride is wobbly and there are chips and dents in the paint that looks like it may have been covered with some type of filler to camouflage the imperfections. I was so excited about buying my first car that I may have over looked important details.
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.
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