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Pros: Cheap in gas
Cons: Manual transmissionGood car
Cons: NothingI really love my Honda Accord EX-L. I've had a lot of pleasure driving this car. When I was in the market looking for a car I felt as thought Honda was giving me a lot for the money. The company reputation for building repliable, dependable, and stylish cars meant a lot to me. I've recommend this brand to everybody I know.
Great ride, handling, and features.
Pros: 27.6 mpg
Cons: Sunroof controls, cd player does,t list album titlesA beautiful car, a great value at and a good purchase price.
Pros: Engine and transmission combination
Cons: does not have electric passenger seats and some added features the other cars have in the same model
Advice: If you love the way a Honda drives, you will not find it in any other vehicle, though Huyandi tries to come closeI have a four door 4 cylinder 2006. Best Honda accord I have owned. This is my third. Past last 1998 to my son. Went for broke with the leather ex. Quietest and fastest four cylinder. Last one was a v6. Like this better. Smoother engine, quiet as the six and almost as fast. Stays quiet at even high speeds and climbing hills. Responsive and takes turns and you can feel the turns as you do it, responsive to my manuevering. Seats most comfortable considering it is not a massive car. Expensive compared to Huyandai. I would love the Pilot but way out of our league. May trade in our 2002 Villager for a 2007 santa fee. Hated the Toyota Highlander. Looking for a SUV instead of a Van. Do not like to sit highup. We had a old Izzu, which fell apart. Looking for midsize suv crossover without seats for a baseball team with half decent milage with also a smooth car ride. Impossible to find. Only one we drove was the Highlander which tried to take the car out of our control, going over a small bump entering the highway. It jerked back and forward. I guess that is the newer 4 wheel drive with traction control. I do not want the car trying to anticipate if front tires leave the road for 2 seconds going over speed bumps.
Advice: you get the biggest bang and reliablity for your buckGreat car, handles wonderfully, rides very smooth. Will always be purchasing a honda in the future, the last one had was an 89 so I got my use out of that one.
Cons: no power lumbar
Advice: buy itI love the car the only bad things are no passanger power seat. And no power lumbar support The engine is very powerful. Very fun car
Pros: Styling in & out.
Cons: suspension a bit hard on bumps
Advice: Good combo between handling/ride, but tight suspension could be annoying for those who live in areas with poor roads.Though the Sonata & Camry offered more standard eqpt./value for the buck, I chose the Accord for its overall styling, performance & color choices. The 4 cyl. is peppy & smooth with very good gas mileage, & the leather interior is of high quality & very comfortable--the exterior paint job is flawless. There are a few omissions: 1)No fogs or auto dim. mirror as std. eqpt. 2)No option offered on EX 4 cyl. for VSA/TC. 3)No auto door locks when car is in gear. 4)Idle is a bit rough when air is on. 5)Gear shift should have D(drive) at bottom, not middle, cuz it too easily goes into 3rd gear. 6) Trunk needs storage bins or cargo tray above spare. (The majority of these items are offered on the Camry XLE & Sonata Limited, which are very good cars. The interior/exterior colors/styling are the reasons I chose the Accord over the Camry/Sonata.)