I own the 2 door, V-6, 6 speed manual version of the Accord. It's as if Honda took their normal Accord and fed it after midnight to create this Gremlin. It's has 270 horses, and over 250 ft-lbs of torque to throw it off the line, while being very classy and stylish, and very comfortable to drive. Highly recommended.
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!
2014 Honda AccordEunice G - Baltimore, MD10/04/2016
The Honda Accord rides very smoothly and the handling is wonderful. And the seating is so comfortable you just don't want to get out. You feel like you driving on air. The only way I knew the tires was touching the ground was when I came to a stop light or corner.
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