My piece of crap Honda Accord, which has been ruining my life since day one, is finally sold and out of my hair. Okay, actually it’s not, because I’m a genius and sold it to my landlord. Who happens to live 50 feet away. And who can’t drive a stick.
The Honda Accord has almost always been a sensible, reliable car that actually won’t put you to sleep in the turns. That’s still the case for 2016. What do you need to know before you buy a Honda Accord? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Welcome to Fatal Flaw, where I choose a cool car that is made significantly less desirable by one major, glaring fault — and show you how to fix it. Today's feature is on the 6th generation Honda Accord V6 and how to fix the ticking time bomb known as its automatic transmission.
We see a lot of awesome rebuilt classics. People take old European sports cars, American muscle, and supercars and breathe new life into them. But this Washington State gearhead showed what can be accomplished with a $100 beater and a few good ideas.
The third-generation Accord was the first Honda production car to employ double wishbone suspension both front and rear. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe AeroDeck is a not for US model you might have cracked a wishbone over, but will its price make that wish come true?
It's time to watch some grade-A HD hoonage of when bored Oregonians find themselves in the same muddy lot as a junker Honda Accord. They get some firewood, and then they go redneck car jumping.
Honda barely pretended their 2013 Honda Accord Concept is anything but a minimally adorned version of the production car that'll debut and go on sale later this year. Like Ashley and Mary Kate Olsen, there are subtle differences, but so subtle you don't actually care.
"Million Mile Joe" LoCicero finally hit one million miles in his 1990 Honda Accord this past weekend and the fine folks at Honda rewarded him with a parade and, more importantly, a brand new Honda Accord. You know, so he'll stop giving people the wrong idea.
Perhaps due to their ubiquity, the 1994 Honda Accord is consistently in the top ten list of most stolen vehicles in the U.S.. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Accord Pickup will standout in a lineup, but is its price a steal, or a crime?
A British Columbia man was stopped by Mounties before attempting to drive his new refrigerator home on the lip of the trunk of his Honda Accord. If you look closely you'll notice the fridge is connected to the car via a rope tied to the seat belts. Oh, Canada...
A single mother in Pittsburgh who was recently carjacked received a replacement car from an anonymous good samaritan. The man gave her a Honda Accord wagon once belonging to his late, 97-year-old mother. He figured she'd have been thrilled if her car went to someone in need. Suck it, hate.
Like many car lovers, when my non automotive obsessed friends are in search of car purchasing advice, I am usually the first one to get a call. After they listen to my standard automotive advice (Don't buy a '57 Plymouth) my friends usually ask me to point them in the right direction towards a new and what I would…
A Lakewood, Washington man's somehow alive today after carjacking a 1993 Honda Accord and then splitting it in two after cartwheeling into a tree during a police chase yesterday. One more amazing and shudder-inducing photo of the car below.
I spent my senior year in high school working as the ticket-booth guy at the soon-to-be-defunct Island Auto Movie, and so I feel profound pain over the Death Of The American Drive-In Theater. But the drive-in isn't dead in Wisconsin!
An ignition lock failure could send your parked Civic/Accord/Element rolling away from you. Recall! [Honda]
These "Turbo Tips" are screw-on, eBay-marketed widgets for Honda Accords designed to change your exhaust note from four-banger to four-banger-with-some-crap-in-the-pipe. It won't fool anyone. Heinous before-and-after videos below.
An elderly driver confused brake and accelerator in a Santa Clara, California parking lot and backed his Honda Accord up and onto a bollard. Guess this means Honda will be facing a frothing media feeding frenzy and expensive recall.
"But, but-" you're probably saying about now, "The Prelude and Accord are different cars!" Not for our purposes! Subject to all the head-gasket maladies of their smaller Civic siblings, but without the nimble handling, the Prelude and Accord have been notable mostly for LeMons mediocrity so far.