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
Honda makes SAFE, dependable, well-built vehicles that get great gas mileage! The Accord has plenty of interior and cargo space. None are built for luxury, smooth ride or quiet cabin (which are the only reasons I traded in)... But the Accord does have great interior and cargo space. The benefit: Having a vehicle that can take some wear and tear from kids, and you don't have to stress over expensive repairs. Parts are priced well... but mainly because they rarely need reparing!!
Would'nt trade for anything.
2004 Honda AccordAmber Vernon - Las Vegas, NV11/11/2015
Because the overall performance, look, safety and power of the vehicle is awesome. I have had my Accord EX since 2005, bought it used with 9000 miles, and it has been in atleast 3 accidents with only body damage, nothing that was not fixed at the body shop, vehicle is still driving like day one. I have had to replace the Clutch at 120000 but It was well worth it! The only thing I would change is the fact thats its a manual, I'm ready for an automatic after 10 years of shifting, but I love my Honda and refuse to give it up!! This body style is the best ever made in my opinion!
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Published on Tuesday, July 10, 2018
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