1995 honda accord lx sedan 4d

6th Gen Honda Accord (1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002)

2019.09.27 10:20 ProfessorNast 6th Gen Honda Accord (1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002)

This Forum is for those who are fans of and/or owners of 6th Generation Honda Accords dating 1997, 1998. 1999, 2000, 2001, & 2002. Whether it's a sedan or coupe, 4 cylinder or V6, or on the outfit (DX, LX & EX) this is the subreddit for information, questions, pictures, customs or all around general things pertaining to 6th Gen Honda Accords.

2023.06.08 07:33 starmielvl99 Buying my first car, I want something fun and reliable to drive

I am getting a new car, I won't be driving it around the city that much, mostly on a bit longer rides, 100 kms or more. My budget is not that big, I'd like to spend up to 7-8000 euro. I've been gathing info for the last couple of weeks and oh man I've gotten so many advices from various people but something they are opposite to what i've already heard.
What do you think about getting a older honda. I'd get it to a mechanic for a checkout and also check it on carvertical.com
These 2 got my attention.
2005 Honda Civic Sedan 1.6i vtec for 4.200 EURO (it has 99500 miles)
Description from the add:
Honda Civic VII generation 2005 year 1.6i vtec for sale
The car has been in my possession since the sixth month of 2021 and was purchased in Rijeka from the first owner. Regularly serviced and since it has been in my possession, it has been serviced at Honda Ruting Zagreb, where a major service was done a little less than two years ago at 134,000 km, and a minor service at 150,000 km and at 160,000 a week ago. In excellent condition. Registered for a year !!
The car comes with two sets of rims: a summer set of 16-inch alloy rims with new Pirelli tires and a winter set of 15-inch steel rims with Continental tires DOT 2921. In addition, the car is equipped with a Honda Civic EP3 sports three-spoke steering wheel (same generation hatchback only) and multimedia Phonocar VM012, which includes the option of Apple Carplay and Android auto and many other options. The rear exhaust pot in Lastovčić was replaced. The car also comes with a new spoiler that needs to be painted and installed, and new aibach springs that are planned to be installed and certified soon. The car also has a metal gear lever, but it is possible to return the original lever. I have two keys, one of which is with a remote for central locking.

2006 Honda Accord 2,0 Sport for 6,300 EURO (it has 130 000 miles)

Description from the add:
Honda accord 20i,
Reg until: 14/03/24.
Regularly serviced,
Original kilometers,
Print kilometers from the technical,
Alu enkei 17 inch,
New 225/45/17 all-season tires,
16 and 17 inch tires written in the booklet,
Type with front lip + bumper and mask from non-redesign,
Last lip redesign model original from type s model,
New rear jaws,
New rear discs + disc plates,
New oil in the brakes,
New rubber carpets,
Service done, on the engine, (oil and filters,
Mtf3 oil in gearbox new, spark plugs new,)
The vehicle is in top condition and completely correct,
Without further investment,
Substitutions excluded,
I do not respond to messages and e-mails,
The price is not fixed,
More info by calling the contact mobile.
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2023.06.08 03:13 k_eeazy_ Rear end Totaled my 2017 honda accord

Rear end Totaled my 2017 honda accord
Someone rear ended me on the other day. My car is totaled as the air bags deployed. Looking for new cars now and came across this bad boy I gotta good feeling but ofcourse I want reddit approval first lol.
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2023.06.08 01:08 thx1138guy 2004 Honda Civic LX Sedan 244K miles $1295 - tempted but did not purchase it.

Occasionally you run across a car that is a great deal in today's crazy used car market. Went to see the car in the title line earlier this afternoon. It was a 5 speed manual with several cosmetic issues that could have been addressed at minimal cost.
It had a cracked windshield that needed to be replaced for sure. The A/C didn't work. There was a check engine light lit on the instrument panel. I could not get the hood to open after the release popped it partially open. Engine started right up and ran silently like most Hondas do.
Since I could not get the hood open to do a few checks, I decided that was it and walked. The salesperson offered to drive it into the service bay to get the hood to open but I didn't feel like waiting. I was curious to see if the A/C compressor clutch was engaging or not and to check the fluid levels and their condition.
I did not take it for a test drive since I had no intention of getting it after finding the issues it had and because I didn't want to waste any more of the salesperson's time. It would've been interesting to see if it needed a new clutch or not.
For $1295, even with the high number of miles and its many problems, it was probably still worth it. I didn't need another car and planned on fixing it and flipping it for a small profit.
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2023.06.07 23:34 SamaelAlexanderBair 2000 Honda Accord LX 2.3 no crank no start

I have been working on this car since I bought it when it finally gave up the ghost the other day. I've replaced the distributor and wires, alternator, engine temp sensor, and vapor canister, as well as solenoid. I'm not sure what could be causing the no crank no start, unless the distributor was a dud and/or the alternator.
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2023.06.07 15:30 grapedranksoda Comfortable Long Distance Car for $30K

I am returning to the office and now looking for a more long-term vehicle to replace my lease. I've been in an Alfa Romeo Giulia for the past 3-years. While it's not the Quad, I have enjoyed a few of the luxury comforts. I'm looking for some suggestions on what vehicles to consider. It needs to be 2019+, needs to have Apple CarPlay, needs to be ~$30K or under, comfortable for long commutes, needs to be sedan, wagon, or maybe an SUV, and have decently low miles. Some of the nice to haves would be a little sporty, have ventilated seats and adaptive cruise control, good highway MPG. Some of the vehicles I'm considering that fit into this range currently are:
Mazda 6 Grand Touring Reserve Volkswagen Arteon SEL Premium Honda Accord EX-L/Sport
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2023.06.07 13:13 johnadam512 Top Five cars in USA

  1. Ford F-150: The Ford F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for many years. It's a full-size pickup truck known for its durability, versatility, and towing capabilities.
  2. Chevrolet Silverado: Another popular full-size pickup truck is the Chevrolet Silverado. It offers a range of engine options, towing capacity, and various trim levels to suit different needs.
  3. Toyota Camry: The Toyota Camry is a midsize sedan known for its reliability, fuel efficiency, and comfortable ride. It has been a consistent top-seller in the passenger car segment.
  4. Honda Accord: The Honda Accord is also a popular midsize sedan known for its reliability and practicality. It offers a comfortable interior, advanced safety features, and a range of engine choices.
  5. Tesla Model 3: In recent years, electric vehicles have gained popularity, and the Tesla Model 3 has been at the forefront of this trend. It offers impressive acceleration, long electric range, and advanced autonomous driving features.
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2023.06.07 07:22 eggsnflour Yay or Nay? $18k 80k miles. 1 owner

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2023.06.06 20:49 tulatarantula When to downsize from minivan?

I have two kids, ages 4 and 9, and am not having more. Recently going through a divorce and of course I'm handed the minivan. It's a good one - a '15 Honda Odyssey - but it gets like 17 MPG, every maintenance service is more expensive due to the size, and in general it feels like way too much car for us.

My kids are (so far) not the sporty type, we don't really road trip, and aside from the sliding doors being cool (but a ticking time bomb to repair when they inevitably break) and immense space coming in handy to haul stuff once in a blue moon, I can't think of why I really need this thing to be my daily driver. When my oldest was born I had an Acura sedan and it was fine, and then I had an Outback and it was also fine, and honestly I think we only bought this because my ex is tall, one of them was still rear-facing, and we had lofty dreams of road trips and vacations that never happened.

Has anyone downsized to a smaller SUV (CR-V or similar) or even a small/mid sedan (Accord, Civic or similar) with two kids in forward-facing seats/boosters and regretted it? Loved it? Is there something that happens when they're teens that will make me wish I had my van again?
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2023.06.06 20:24 aio13w468 2014 Honda Accord LX-S Coupe 2D 130k miles $10k what's your thoughts on this? good deal?

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2023.06.06 17:57 OfficialSeagullo Manufacturer Plant Quality

So i got my first car yesterday, a 2008 honda accord lx-p. Its got the 2.4l i4 with the 5 speed automatic, 166k miles
I looked up the vin number out of curiosity to see where it was made, and it says saitama japan. Im familiar with the maryville plant but i thought US cars just came from there, not from Japan too
Anyone know about this? Im really curious on whether JP made accords are better than US accords
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2023.06.06 16:34 greatmidge Is this a realistic dent repair price?

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2023.06.06 13:19 finntheboy1 What trim level do you have? Im curious

I’m very curious what trim level do y’all have Im very well known that the 11th gen majority have the sport badge which I had to ask my salesmen at my local Honda dealer But as y’all know theres the
LX,sport manual, sport,EX,EX-L,sport touring, sport touring manual, touring
Hatchback and sedan
And then we have the obvious ones the SI and type R
But yeah I wanna know I have is the 2023 touring Oh yeah forgot what year too
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2023.06.06 12:39 HypridElastiAccord27 Is the new generation of Civic a good long term vehicle?

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2023.06.05 22:18 ayaanmomiin Honda Accord 2015

Yo, so i was wondering I have an honda accord 2015 lx and i want to update or jailbreak the infotainment system. Does anyone have any clue if that is possible or not.
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2023.06.05 11:39 sylphofheart912 College student looking for new daily driver!

Hey y'all! I'm currently looking for something to replace my hand-me-down 2010 Ford Edge. It's done me well since high school, but I'm looking for a bit of an upgrade in the looks department and better gas mileage.
Location: Southern West Virginia, USA
Max Price: $25,000
Lease or Buy: Buy, Finance
New or used: Any
Type of vehicle: Car, sedan
Must haves: 4 doors. No plans to have children but I am very often designated driver for my friend group and I want my passengers to be comfortable.
Desired transmission : Automatic
Intended use: Daily driver - 20 minute city commute to work/school, 2 hour rural commute roughly every other weekend to visit family.
Vehicles you've already considered: Honda Civic, Accord
Is this your 1st vehicle: No, first vehicle purchase though.
Do you need a Warranty: No, but would be preferred
Can you do Minor work on your own vehicle: No
Can you do Major work on your own vehicle: No
Let me know if any more detail is needed! I'll be the first to admit that I don't have a clue what I should be looking for or other factors I should be considering. My family isn't very helpful in this department as they tend to make poor financial decisions and buy "fast car go brrrrrr" vehicles that they can't always keep up with paying for. I'd like to find something reliable that I can keep around for a long time.
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2023.06.05 10:31 saturnusclub What car to buy under 10k

So i might be too picky but i want a car thats:
  1. Reliable
  2. Parts and repairs not too expensive
  3. Good Bank for buck / price does not drop too massively cause of the current market
  4. Is not too expensive to insure (i recently moved to the us so no driving history here plus i will be registering and insuring the car with my foreign license so probably progressive is my only bet
  5. Is at least a bit nice so im not feeling bad when putting money into it, planning to drive it for a while
I have been looking at camrys and accords, i feel like those got the reliable toyota / honda tax, which brought me to the es350, which seems like a great option because it has alot of interchangeable parts with the camry, making parts cheaper then IS / GS (?)
I have been looking at 328 e90’s which give a lot of bang for the buck, and the n52 engine is considered to be quite reliable
Also have been looking at g35/g37’s, reliable and parts not that expensive cause of 350/370z platform, but the insurance on these is through the roof (i heard its better on the sedans?)
Buicks in general seem good bang for the buck and are pretty reliable.
I heard some years impalas can be quite reliable too and parts are abundant
Also solaras and avalons are very nice, both same price as a camry and just as reliable, but both are quite rare
Would love to hear your guys input on this
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2023.06.05 05:11 SyedRashid04 Please help

Please help me with what car I should buy. I'm looking for a sedan/mini suv for $10-11k. I've mainly been looking at Honda accord/civic and maybe some camry, but nothing decent is popping up for that budget. It's either a car with really bad accidents or extremely high mileage. At this price point, what even is considered high mileage Tbh? I've been using autotempst, and so far, I got nothing (zip code 10468 if you can drop some links please!!) Planning on keeping this car for long term (8ish years or more possibly). Please recommend any other reliable brands I can be looking at. Any help and advice is greatly appreciated!!
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2023.06.05 04:37 FatherLiamFinnegan Who wants to buy a used 2023 Touring with 639 miles for $42,888?

I've been browsing the Honda CPO site lately trying to find an older Accord or Civic for my niece. The 2023's are starting to show up and I got a kick out of this posting.
Certified Pre Owned 2023 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring Sedan $42,888
Exterior Color Gray Interior Color Blk Lth-Trmmed Odometer 639 miles
What really cracks me up is that they have new Tourings listed at MSRP...
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2023.06.05 03:00 MeMyself_N_I1 What is the milage "benefit" of Honda/Toyota?

I heard over and over that older Hondas and Toyotas are way more reliable than other cars. I understand it's impossible to get an exact measurement, and it depends on the model, how and where the car was used and serviced, etc. But with all other conditions equal, what's an approximation based on your experience of this difference in miles? Would, say, a 2005 Fusion with 50K less miles likely die faster than a 2005 Camry? What if it was 25K mi difference? Overall, how many miles would you "subtract" from another similar car to get it's expected life on par with a similar year Camry/Accord?
I am mostly asking of 2000-2010 sedans. Comparing Honda/Toyota to American, Korean and other Japanese brands. I am not in the rust belt or a region with frequent floods.
Thanks a lot in advance!
P.s.: This is a question only to mechanics, NOT to owners. Please don't respond that you have this car that lasted for 350K miles with no repairs bc you regularly changed yr windshield fluid and only touched the gas pedal on Thanksgiving day, this doesn't add anything to the discussion. There is always somebody whose car survived way longer or shorter than it should, and also there is no way to check how well a used car has been maintained by its previous owners.
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2023.06.05 02:58 faruqbaig 2020 Honda Accord LX

hey all, i just bought my 2020 honda accord a little over a month ago and i’m not really car savvy like that. how often should i take my car in to get serviced? It currently has 29,500 miles and when i bought it, it had a little over 26,000 miles (i drive a lot for work)
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2023.06.05 01:26 Hiloshyy 2012 Honda Accord SE

2012 Honda Accord SE
I got an estimate to fix my car's water shield thing behind my bumper for 155$ Is this a good price or should I look somewhere else?
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2023.06.04 23:47 WoodenBig8670 Any experience or sound clips with this exhaust?

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