Junkyard Find: 1984 Honda Accord Sedan with 475,113 miles

The second-generation (1982-1985) Accord made Soichiro Honda's company a sales colossus in the United States, doing away with any residual impression that it was a mere motorcycle manufacturer with a sideline in four-wheelers. The last time we saw a discarded example in this series was way back in 2016, so today we'll admire one found in Northern California with close to a half-million miles on the clock.

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Used Car of the Day: 2016 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L

Today we bring you a clean 2016 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L.

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Used Car of the Day: 2002 Honda Accord Coupe

I'm a sucker for a good Honda Accord coupe -- even owned a '97 for a while -- and this 2002 Honda Accord Coupe reminds me of how cool these cars could be.

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UCOTD: Seventh-Generation Honda Accord Coupe

Honda Accord coupes get a lot of love around these parts, for good reason.

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TTAC Rewind: 2013 Honda Accord EX

Spend your Sunday evening gazing upon the words of Alex Dykes as he reviews the 2013 Honda Accord EX.

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QOTD: How We Feeling About That New Honda Accord?

Today's QOTD is straightforward and simple. The Honda Accord is one of the most well-known (and most popular, in terms of sales) nameplates on market. So when there's a new one, which happens every four to five years, people take note.

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Judge Yourself Accordingly: Honda Debuts 2023 Accord

While some brands are running away from the full-size sedan segment as if it were populated with venomous rattlesnakes, others are re-upping their wares on a decently regular basis. The latest? Honda, with its venerable Accord.


Just don’t think it’s going to make as much power as it once did, okay?

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Honda Teases New Accord: Updated Styling, Google Tech

On Tuesday, Honda teased the arrival of the 11th generation Accord – offering a series of darkened photos and just enough relevant information to whet one’s appetite.

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Honda Insight Being Replaced By More Hybrids Across Lineup

Ahead of Honda’s planned EVs offensive for the United States, the automaker has announced a deluge of hybrid variants of existing products. However these new vehicles will come at the expense of the Insight, which the company had just confirmed will be discontinued after 2022. In its stead will be new hybrid trips for the CR-V, Accord, and Civic — the latter of which served as the template for the passing model.

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Rare Rides: The 1981 Honda Accord, a First-ever Family Car

The Rare Rides series has been a bit skimpy in its Honda coverage: We’ve featured only four in past editions. Today’s fifth Honda Rare Ride is the first-ever Accord, a car some readers won’t have seen in real life.

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Buy/Drive/Burn: V6 Midsize Japanese Sedans of 1997

Last week we challenged you to pick a Buy from V6 versions of the 2007 Toyota Camry, Nissan Maxima, and Honda Accord. The overwhelming feeling in the comments was in favor of an Accord purchase (and I agree with you). Today though, we step back a decade to the 1997 model year.

Does the Accord still win your vote in the Nineties?

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Buy/Drive/Burn: V6 Midsize Japanese Sedans of 2007

In contrast to the Try Very Hard Japanese sedans of the Nineties, the early and mid-2000s period was a time for Japanese manufacturers to rest upon their laurels. It was a time to save some cash, and put in a bit less effort than in the tiring decade prior.

And lucky you, today you get to pick one to buy.

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2013-15 Honda Accords Heading in the Wrong Direction

2013-15 Honda Accords are under investigation by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for a steering issue. Allegations of Accords suddenly losing control without warning have led to 107 complaints. According to a Motor1 report, there are as many as 1,120,470 Accords in the US that could be affected.

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2021 Honda Accord Hybrid First Drive - High Mileage Family Hauler

When Honda sent out the press release detailing the updates for the 2021 model-year Accord and Accord Hybrid, I shed a tear (figuratively) for the loss of the manual-transmission option in the gas models, and wondered why they were bothering with the hybrid. There didn’t seem to be much changed.

That may be true, but perhaps it’s because there wasn’t much to fix to begin with?

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2021 Honda Accord Pricing: Under $25K to Start

Hi gang! My name is Tim Healey, I am the managing editor of this here site, and I done goofed. Or may have, anyway.

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  • The Oracle Been a good read so far.
  • Greg see also
  • FreedMike Well, they could have always called it the "Utopian Turtletop" (google it).
  • Kat Laneaux @jalop1991I get that. It should be that way. Bills should be one and only one. None of this...if you scratch my back, i'll scratch yours as long as you agree with this too. That's petty and bs. I guess no one has enough balls to stand up for what is right, regardless of which side you stand on. Do one bill and pass it but pass it on merits and not on tit for tat.
  • Kat Laneaux They do but the electric companies are striving to go higher on prices. They supposedly were petitioning to allow higher charges for Solar users, here in NC.As long as they have the money to buy regulations, anything can happen and I really don't feel like spending my dollars on satisfying those evil, money hungry people.