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★★★★★ 225,000 miles and still a beast
2003 Honda Accord

Lilbit Libra, 11/17/2015
LX 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
I am writing this review because I have owned my Honda accord since 2003. I have done very little repairs over the 10+ years. Only replaced an O2 sensor. Its has been a godsend. Only had transmission problem because McGee tire put junk fluid. As soon as I put Honda trans fluid back in, zero problems. My car just hit 225,000 and just had to give her front end brakes, rotors, bearings, tie rods. All general maintenance. This car will last forever.Its death due us part so look for my 500k update.

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2003 Honda Accord – TV’s on Head Rests


2003 Honda Accord

Mid-size car
MPGUp to 26 city / 34 highway
Fuel tank capacity17.1 gal
Wheel size15-17″ diameter, 6-7″ width
Transmission5-speed automatic, 5 & 6-speed manual
Engine2.4 L 4-cylinder, 3.0 L V6


★★★★★ I can’t imagine a better car

revs29, 12/12/2011
EX V-6 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

I am now at 196,000 miles on my Accord EX-V6 6MT which I bought CPO with 69k miles. I cannot imagine a better all-around car. I have NEVER been stranded with this car and last month went on a 2-week 5000 mile trip with it with zero problems. This car still has serious power and I routinely hit redline. It is the perfect mix of power, comfort, reliability and looks – my S2000 kills it in driving dymamics, but on most days I honestly prefer driving my Accord V6. The only issues I have had are ball joints/struts (Michigan roads!), a driver’s side window regulator, and a main seal fixed under warranty. That’s IT. I spend about $200/yr maintaining this car – far less than most brand new cars.

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