2003 Honda Accord

Honda Accord Consumer Reviews By Year:
2003 Honda Accord

NEW FOR 2003

The Honda Accord -- one of America's favorite vehicles -- has been substantially changed for 2003. Continuing as a sedan and a coupe, the 2003 Honda Accord features more powerful and fuel-efficient engines, increased safety and higher levels of interior comfort. A voice-activated GPS navigation system is optional, and a sporty EX coupe debuts in early 2003.

PRO

Tight build quality, quiet cabin, refined powertrains, comfortable driver seat, outstanding optional navigation system.

CON

Missing key features, relatively small trunk, mushy handling with V6.

1298 Total User Reviews

Average Rating

By coolblack on February 23 @ 11:00 am
Good, but not great
Had a '92 Honda Accord that was excellent. Will say the 2003 Accord is definitely better. Has more power, drives with a little more spirit, handles well. Interior looks very upscale now, but the exterior is sooo boring and plain, a Camry looks downright regal. But you don't buy Accords for their looks, just there long lasting behavior.

By Ailian on February 23 @ 11:00 am
The new and the best
I love my accord it is tons better than the old one there is no wind nose and 240 horses!

By P-man on July 28 @ 11:00 am
As advertised
I test drove everything under $32K that was midsized. Some were quicker (G35), quieter (Camry), handled better (used 528), more passionate (Passat), but none put it all together for $26K. This car is loaded for $26K! And it's quiet, quick, comfortable, nice looking, and well built. And, despite magazine reviews, I find it fun to drive considering it is a family car. It has better 50-70 acceleration than the G35, according to some test sources, so it moves quite well. And, it's front wheel drive, which is good in the snow (5 months/year in upstate NY). Keep in mind, this is not a BMW or BMW wannabe, and it's not $40k like a BMW 530, either.

By Simpson on July 28 @ 11:00 am
I made a huge mistake
This car was very expensive for what I ended up getting. I was told it would out peroform all other cars in its class, but I find it slugish. I have sence driven the camry and the Altima and have found both much more performance driven! Dont make the same mistake I did!

By on April 24 @ 11:00 am
2003 Accord
Great car...fun to drive and feels very safe.

By Shrewd Shopper on April 24 @ 11:00 am
Even Better Than I Expected
After shopping for 4 months, I was ready to buy an Infinity G35 when I decided to test drive the new Honda. The build quality is great, handling is outstanding and the performance of the 4 cylinder is amazing. Having owned 2 other Honda's, the car seemed to "fit" better than the more expensive Infinity and the quality of interior of the Honda is much higher. It is not a sports sedan; however, it is a fun to drive family sedan...good job Honda.

By jjmartinez on April 24 @ 11:00 am
JUST RECEIVED MY NEW CAR!!!
THERE IS NO WAY TO DESCRIBE HOW AWESOME THIS CAR IS. I BOUGHT THE 6 CYLINDER 240HP IN SILVER. IT IS GREAT INSIDE OUT. GREAT RESPONSE, GREAT HANDLING AND VERY COMFORTABLE RIDE. I OWNED A 2000 ACCORD AND IF I THOUGHT THAT CAR WAS GREAT, THIS ONE HAS TO BE CAR OF THE YEAR!! I LOVE MY CAR!!

By Davethegolfer on January 18 @ 11:00 am
GrayEXV6
This is a great car so far. Just took it on a 1,000 mile trip and it was very comfortable and fun to drive. The V6 is fast, quiet and smooth. I plan on driving this EX for many years.

By teammer on January 18 @ 11:00 am
great car
honda did it this time. This car smooth ,comfortable seats, alot of horsepower.

By JRT JR on October 14 @ 11:00 am
First Honda
Decided on the 2003 EX-6 after extensive comparison of Altima 3.5 and Maxima GLE. Altima maybe has a flashier look, but EX-6 beats it on handling and interior quality. Engine performance about the same. Plus ins. and walk out price lower for the Honda. I'm thinking resale will probably be higher too.

By hechicera on October 14 @ 11:00 am
Vroom-vroom!
I love my new accord! As a first-time car buyer I'm extremely satisfied with this car. The car is comfortable, safe, and stylish. I feel pampered whenever I drive it. I've heard some bad reviews about the new style, but in the end everyone will want one too!

By gonoles110 on July 11 @ 11:00 am
Test Big 3 (Accord, Camry, Altima)
My wife and I have test driven all three. Before the test drives we were set on the Camry. Now the Altima and Camry are not even blips on our radar. The 2003 Accord is far and away the best of the three. The performance, amenities, and look are all perfectly balanced. The Camry has reliability, but nothing else that stands up and grabs your attention. The Altima has power and looks, but the interior is weak. The Accord has perfected the balance of all three major features.

By Owen on July 11 @ 11:00 am
A car so many will buy....
Honda did a excelent job at the new 2003 Accord... There is no other car in its class with such a well thought out interior design. And it bests some cars that are way out of its class.

By Mrsfun44 on April 6 @ 11:00 am
2003 Honda Accord LX
Pick this car up yesterday and drove 40 miles home. Very smooth driving, comfortable and made me feel like royalty!

By lewis1959 on April 6 @ 11:00 am
AMAZING!
The new Accord is fun to drive! I have only had mine for 2 weeks, but I love it! The interior is amazing. Much better than the camery and altima. With 240 HP, you kinda get the idea why I find this car so fun to drive.

By Westies on December 31 @ 11:00 am
Best Accord Ever!
I just traded a 2001 3.2 CL for my new 2003 Accord. I had interior room issues with the CL, but the new Accord sedan has so much room. I've owned several Accords in the past, but this car is the best ever. Why would anyone want to buy an Acura TL when you get all the same amenities for less money. I have an Accord EX with leather and the 4 cylinder 160HP engine. This car has as much pep as my 6 cylinder 225HP Acura CL. I would advise you Aura owners to take a look at the new 2003 Accord.

By dennnis on December 31 @ 11:00 am
its a Mercedes COPY!!!!
its a rip off!!! total lack of styling, when will honda be creative on their own?

By JNegron on September 27 @ 11:00 am
More Accord than Ever
This is by far the best Accord ever made. Honda took a great car and made even a better one. Not only does it drive better, it really looks very good. It was meticulously designed to fit anyone in the cockpit area. This is a winner all the way around. A tremendous advantage over Altima, Camry and Passat, when you consider standard options, reliability, performance, comfort, technology, and style.

By PrincessB on June 24 @ 11:00 am
Honda Family
After waiting with anticipation for the new Accord to arrive I was not disappointed. Our last new accord was purchased in 1991 and currently has 195,000 miles and going strong. The new Honda has been elevated to a higher class car than in the past. Test drove the 160hp 4 cyl and found no need for the V6. Fell in love with the EX, Desert Mist with Leather. Added a wing and tinted the windows, SHARP !!! Son now drives the 91, Daughter drives a 97 Civic EX and now the new 2003. OK, OK so we're hooked on Hondas. Looking forward to many years of fun from this one. Go buy one, you'll get hooked too.

By lfike on June 24 @ 11:00 am
Best of the Best
After considering the Toyota Camry (no rear head room, Passat (great color selection but too small back seat), Nissan Altima and various others, we chose the Accord EX 4 cylinder. My wife and I love the car. I can't believe the amount of options you get for money. I read the post above and honestly can't ever see anyone giving a honest 3! You made a decision to spend $25k on a car that you didn't like? Hope you don't make such quick decisions on other important things! ;') Back to more positive things, for those of you that want true value in what you purchase..buy a Honda! No, I don't sell them, but wish I did. God Bless America

By Castel Gordon on June 24 @ 11:00 am
One Hell of a car
I have owned a 1990 Honda Accord Ex and 1996 Civic Ex and find the newly designed Honda V6 to be the best yet. With a 240 horsepower engine it can compete with the Infinity G35 and BMW 530I. This car is worth every penny and more.

By Salcoor on March 20 @ 11:00 am
Great Car
I've only had this car for a couple of days now, but so far I love it. I traded in my 2002 Accord Coupe (EX- V6) for the 2003 4 door EX V6 model. I am so glad that I did. The improvements on the new models are wonderful. The shift points are a lot smoother, and the acceleration is awesome. The front end will take a little getting used to, but overall I am very pleased with my decision.

By wsd1327 on March 20 @ 11:00 am
my 1st month
great car - lots if power good handling- one flaw from factory - hate i had to pay sticker

By rmj on March 20 @ 11:00 am
Honda does it again!
My new 2003 Honda Accord is amazing. Everything you need is here...the engine has major pep, the interior is driver friendly, the styling is new and very chic, and the performance and dependability is there. What else do you need?

By ryanrec on December 15 @ 11:00 am
Great Car
This is a great car. My father owns a Mercedes E320 and there is not much difference in the fit and finish, ride, and performance. This car is very quiet and powerful with the V6. The Accord feels larger than I expected.

By Extremely Happy on December 15 @ 11:00 am
A Joy to Own
I looked at Camry, Altima, Avalon, Passat and new Honda. Sat in 2003 Honda and loved the new design. After I test drove, I knew it was the car. FUN to Drive. Quick and felt silky smooth. The interior feels like a luxury car. Can't say enough how nice it is. I agree Honda could have added heated windows and a cassette player ($200+ option). Some of us still have old tapes.

By wingnutdave on December 15 @ 11:00 am
2003 Accord, Very Impressive
Took delevery this week on 2003 EX-L Sedan. Dark Blue/Grey Leather. Very quiet, good acceleration, Great Stereo (six disc indash), Large sunroof, Fit and finish excellent. Look and drive one, and you will see why its a top seller in past years, and will be again.

By lucas on September 10 @ 11:00 am
we love it
We love this car. We actually went in to purchase the pilot and decided to test drive the v-6 accord. We got three blocks from the dealer and both said "we want this car". Loaded with features comparible to luxury sedans. We had driven an audi A4 earlier this week as well and enjoyed the honda just as much. We also negotiated a great price (not far above invoice).

By JB1954 on September 10 @ 11:00 am
Improving On Perfection
Nothing like the previous Honda Accord. My 4 previous cars were new Acuras(Honda). Auotmotive perfection. A Japanese Rolls Royce!!. Acura really has nothing over this car except the NSX which is also a Honda!

By MikeFCY on June 6 @ 11:00 am
Better Than I Expected
Best car for the money. Great performance for a 4 cylinder car. very smooth and high quality interior.

By psyched! on June 6 @ 11:00 am
Great Car!
This car is really nice. We purchased the V-6 and love it. The car handles like the Toyota Avalon and other luxury automobiles. I would recommend this car to anyone looking for a fun, reliable and luxury like car.

By webrooks on June 6 @ 11:00 am
BEST ACCORD YET
This is my 6th generation Honda Accord, and by far the most improved over the previous model. Although close in size to the 98-02 model, the 2003 has more substance and presence. Materials and workmanship are excellent.

By Huntersky9 on June 6 @ 11:00 am
Outstanding Update
I recently bought a 2003 Honda Accord EX-L at a great price ($2k less than sticker) and have put some about 1000 miles on the car. I test drove the Toyota Camry and the Nissan Altama and found the new Honda Accord hands down the best car. It drives responsively, its fun, and it has all the creature comforts that one might expect in a upper-end luxury vehicle. This car is stylish, peppy 160 horsepower, sodlidly good gass mileage, and bullet proof reliability, plus it holds is value much better than its competitions.

By BelieveMeI'veLooked on June 6 @ 11:00 am
Best of Show
Another reviewer was considering the Infiniti G35 like I was, but its interior is no good. This Accord has all of the features I wanted. Extremely good interior ergonomics. I love the G35 more on the outside, but I spend so much time inside my car, that the Honda was the better choice.

By Greg Thomas on March 2 @ 11:00 am
Let the Japanese Build It!
This car was falling apart BEFORE I drove it off the lot. Lots of rattles that the dealer couldn't find. So they just packed it with grease and sent me on my way. A weel later, it's squeaking and popping again. I'm just holding onto it until I can get something better and believe me, anything would be better!

By bananaboarder on March 2 @ 11:00 am
SWEET!!! except for 1 stupid feature
All in all, a sweet car. You get a great combination of luxury (leather trim, CD player), relaxation (sun roof, cruising) and family (4dr sedan with baby seat). The ONLY annoying thing is the RIDICULOUS sliding center console - there should be a latch to keep it in place, otherwise be sure you aren't holding a drink or food.

By Ariana on March 2 @ 11:00 am
Out engineered German engineering
Excellent seats, beautiful instument panel, excellent interior ergonomics. Handling, acceleration and braking inspire confidence. Love the way the transmission keeps engine in the power band. Quitest and most solid feeling car in class, hands down

By Accordman on March 2 @ 11:00 am
Kudos to Honda
Smooth ride, responsive to cornering, Honda reliability, excellent support from the dealership, style and comfort.

By cohenmr on March 2 @ 11:00 am
Great Sedan
Got the dark Grey Accord EX V6. Great car. Much better than my older Volvo C70 coupe. Faster, tighter, and much more reliable. Get the car with the metalic interior. Much nicer than the fake wood.

By cj+td on November 27 @ 11:00 am
Winner Model
This is possibably the best Honda ever made...LOVE IT!!

By skdavid on August 23 @ 11:00 am
Didn't get a G35
Was planning on getting a G35, decided to test drive at the honda dealership across the street. got a loaded EX V6 for about $8000 less. Does not have the same perfomance but very close and much more affordable in the short term and long term, no premium fuel for 240hp!!!. The car is beautifully crafted inside and out. Very responsive engine and decent handling.

By samir on August 23 @ 11:00 am
Oil started leaking in 700 miles only.
Oil started leaking,.Called Honda. No big concern to them. Buyers beware. Very poor quality compare to Honda made in Japan.

By Jabrix on May 19 @ 11:00 am
Non-sporty Accord
When I drove the 2003 accord , I just felt the same with 2002 accord . I think the difference between 2002 and 2003 accord is just the exterior , interior , and hp. I am so dissapointed about the new accord, because it doesn,t look good . I like the interior but I don't like the exterior. I like accord 2002 better than 2003 accord. I think Camry is still quieter than accord ,but Accord is more reliable than Camry. The 2003 accord doesn't look sporty anymore.In fact, this car is still much better than ford taurus, dodge stratus,Saturn,etc or other american cars and even better than Volkswagen Passat or other German cars. JAPANESE CAR ARE ALWAYS THE BEST.

By Jerry on February 13 @ 11:00 am
2003 Accord Review
This is a fun-to-drive 4-door sedan. It has great handling, a quiet ride and a kick-butt stereo. I was thinking of buying a VW Passat. I'm glad I made the choice I did.

By on November 9 @ 11:00 am
New Honda
We love it. I have a Mercedes Benz S500 and this car seems better made for 1/4 the cost.

By mr. h on August 5 @ 11:00 am
Great new design, great new car
I purchased my new Accord in mid-sept. I had to wait a couple of weeks for the car to come in because the EX 4 cylinder in leather with 5 speed was not available at any local dealerships. It was worth the wait. The interior is well designed and beautiful. Fuctional, yet it feels like driving a Lexus.

By J_Nichols on August 5 @ 11:00 am
My First 3 days
My 2k Impala LS finally did me in. After 30 trips to the dealer and an unsuccessful lemon claim (GM only gave me 3G's) I decided to trade my Impala in for a new Accord. I thought I would miss the typical American design and drive feel, but I was mistaken. The new Accord lets me forget about my big American car real fast. I love driving and looking at this baby. I have a T/White with leather and it's awesome. The drive, the look, the comfort can't be beat! I just have a huge feeling that this car will not let me down like the 2k Impala.

By Rob Land on August 5 @ 11:00 am
Geezer Styling
I have yet to find anyone who thinks that the 4dr is good looking. It seems to me that this car's styling might be specifically intended to appeal to those already collecting Social Security.

By Loren R on August 5 @ 11:00 am
2003 Honda Accord
FYI-- I paid $ 575 off sticker for my 4 cylinder, auto, LX. Most dealers are charging full sticker right now (and they're getting it), but if you do not have a trade and your a nice customer you can get a discount. I held off buying waiting for this model to come out. I'm glad I did. Nice upgrades, ABS standard and a ride more remiscenct of my 94 Honda, that i like so much.

By Jorie on May 2 @ 11:00 am
I really really REALLY looked around
We picked up our 03 Accord last Thursday and we had a blast with it all weekend. We drove on interstates, twisty two lane country roads, and city streets. We found the Accord to be the perfect fit for us, and by doing some VERY intense bargaining we got it for about $1200 under sticker. The fit and finish are excellent. The transmission perfectly programmed, with plenty of power in all bands. One small paint flaw from factory. Interior is a dream! Beautiful leather and very well appointed!

By Cal on May 2 @ 11:00 am
AWESOME!!!
I only have three words for this automobile AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME!!!

By EMiller on January 26 @ 11:00 am
I could not be any happier
I can now understand why there are so many loyalists to the Honda Accord. Not only was the experience of purchasing the car a pleasure but driving it is just unbelievable. The 4- cylinder has more than sufficient Power for both city and highway driving.

By Rdog on January 26 @ 11:00 am
Solid Car
This is a definate improvement. Improved styling, very quick, nice ergonomics. This "near luxury" auto has definately hit the mark. I have heard others compare to the BMW and say bad things, and I agree the BMW is a bit nicer - but we are talking max $26K versus $40K for a BMW. Get Real! For the money nothing beats it.

By ral on January 26 @ 11:00 am
Good Car For The Money
Test drove an Altima, Camry and CR-V before buying the Accord. Beautiful interior, comfortable seats , nice solid feel to most controls. Very smooth ride-excellent transmission. The small increase in horsepower over the 2002 is very noticeable. There are some problems, tho- the wipers streak (interestingly, our 2000 Acura has the same apparently unfixable problem) and the console makes a poor substitute for the dedicated armrest that was available in earlier vintage Accords.

By jbg12 on January 26 @ 11:00 am
Terrific Value
I purchased an EXV6 coming out of an Audi A6 lease. I'm amazed at the quality, ease of control, general comfort and feature list. It is not the driver's car that the A6 is, nor does it pretend to compete at that level, but for $12,000 LESS than the Audi...? I am VERY happy with this car and won't miss the oh-so-familiar Audi service department one bit.

By midas on October 22 @ 11:00 am
amazing
this is absolutely the best car i've ever owned.

By bhonda on October 22 @ 11:00 am
2003 Accord- "the new benchmark"
The Accord is the best deal for the money. It is truly a luxury car at an affordable price. Honda reliability is what sold me and the safety. No other car in its class has the fuel economy,resale or world class looks. The Passat was sluggish and small inside. The Altima had cheap looking interior and the Camry drove like "your Father's Oldsmobile".

By roberto on October 22 @ 11:00 am
Best Ever
I've owned BMW's, Volvos, Saabs, Camrey's and other Accords. This is the best yet. The quality is exceptional and the value is hard to believe. I traded a 2000 Camrey and couldn't believe the difference; and, the Camrey was a good car... I've had BMW 5 series and Audi A6 owners ask about and look over the Accord and when they heard the price they just walk away shaking their heads.

By Glenn on July 19 @ 11:00 am
Honda Hits It Out Of The Park - Again
I could not be happier with my new Honda Accord V6. This car is a complete overhall of the Accord and one won't be disappointed with what they've accomplished. They've provided more horse power without sacrificing fuel economy. The new dash board layout is very functional and user freindly. The transmission shifts very smoothly. There is also more space in this Honda Accord than previous models. If you're interested in an Accord, I recommend checking it out....I bet you'll end up with it in your driveway.

By Tom05 on April 14 @ 11:00 am
Perfect 10
The new '03 Accord is without exception head & shoulders above its competition and has become the BMW of its class. With its new design, luxury interior and exceptional performance and handling it has become an unfair comparison to its competition.

By rocky on March 27 @ 11:00 am
Most overpriced and overated Honda
The car has nice interior and the exterior is Mercedes-look alike,more sleek looking than the previous model.The power output is OK considering that Altima can pump 240 Hp.But compare to 2000 model I had, this car's gripping ability sucks.Not to mention high sticker price dealer place on it.Sometime Honda has to cut price for a mass production car like this.If you want a family car,it'll do great for.But if you have a sports car in mind, don't get this overpriced Honda.Get something like the Nissan 350Z.It not only looks one of a kind, but it'll probably save you some money and at same time give you much better performance.

By Michael Griffiths on March 27 @ 11:00 am
Great Car
This car is great. The 4-cyl is smooth and responsive. I test drove the automatic, and it was extremely smooth, but the 5-speed stick is much more fun. The stereo is even good, not what I expect in a honda! Much better interior than the old model, and quiter inside. Not sporty, but it can still be entertaining to drive. Fuel economy is excellent.

By reflex4u on March 27 @ 11:00 am
What a bargain!
I got the LX-V6 because I wanted more headroom and was willing to give up the sunroof to get it. It also helped that the car was $2500 less than the EX-V6. Car is quite, comfortable, fast and a pleasure to drive. Wife has a 2002 Toyota Camry SE-V6; good car with no fun factor. If you want a great car with a wonderful V-6, you must drive this car before you buy anything else.

By Hooligan on December 22 @ 11:00 am
Drove it, Bought it, Love it
This Accord just keeps on getting better. Smooth, quiet, and peppy 4 cyl engine. Leather seats are the best! You MUST splurge on the leather. Nimble handling, quick bite on breaks, feels the road. Price is great considering all the options. Just feels like a luxury car inside! Limited road noise and wind noise. This car is perfect if you have no illusions that it's a "sport sedan" like the editors on Edmunds. That's just marketing hype. The Accord is a flat-out great car at a great price.

By JLR on December 22 @ 11:00 am
Almost Perfect
The car is gorgeous inside and out. I did not expect Honda to create a car with such sports car appeal. As many before me, I have test drove Infiniti's G35 and that was my original car of choice unitil I test drove Honda's new coupe. It handles and rides like a sports car and the 240 horse power V- tec engine is quick and very responsive. A true joy to drive.

By hard to part with on December 22 @ 11:00 am
nice car!
just picked up my new blue accord ex. The car has been great, no problems at all! wasnt considering the Honda because of the old styling, and lack of power the older models had, what a supprise the 03 is.

By ptmz on December 22 @ 11:00 am
Substantially Better than Camry
We dreamed of buying a Camry for years and had a 2003 LE all picked out and then decided to take a quick look at the new Honda Accord just to make sure. We had already driven the Passat &decided it wasn't worth the extra $3500. We found the Accord to be better in the following areas: Brakes on the Camry were mushy and a disapointment. Pedal doesn’t respond until pedal half-way to floor. Accord has double-wishbone suspension and Camry doesn't. Accord interior totally outclassed Camry. Seats in Accord are far more comfortable. The style of cloth material in the Accord outclasses Camry's.

By JP9 on September 17 @ 11:00 am
love my accord
I love my accord. This is the best car I've ever had. Love the stylish look and feel of the exterior and interior. Love the in-dash cd player, love the 240 hp and reasonable gas mileage(V6).

By STeve D2 on September 17 @ 11:00 am
like this car a lot
got over $1,000 knocked off sticker. Awesome car. Finally have V6 which MOVES on down the highway! Honda's reliability there too. Wouldn't have bought anything else.

By JimW on June 13 @ 11:00 am
Practical.
One of the best cars on the planet for the price.The attention to detail and build quality are unbelievable for a massed produced car.The ride borders on luxury and the handling is great for the real world,the car is also pleasingly quiet.I agree with some of the other reviews in that there are cars that go faster or handle better on twisting mountain roads,but practically speaking most of us will not drive for those reasons alone.The Accord is a practical car in which it does everything good and nothing bad.

By buckwheat_2 on June 13 @ 11:00 am
Excellent value for your $ --
Excellent car. The 2003 Accord has great acceleration, a comfortable interior, and almost every conceivable option. I test drove the Camry, Acura TL, and the Nissan Altima. The Accord was the best value for the money. Excellent car, great resell value, handles great, powerful engine.

By squasher on March 9 @ 11:00 am
hey simpson stop whining
THIS CAR IS THE FUTURE OF THE CAMRY REDESIGN AS WELL AS THE NEXT ALTIMA. WHEN HONDA SETS OUT TO SET A BENCHMARK, THEY SURE DONT MESS AROUND. SMOOTHEST 240 HP IN CLASS BEST HANDLING AND NO COMPETITION FROM THE RENTAL CLASS ALTIMA/CAMRY SAVE MONEY AND SHOW YOUR COMMON SENSE GET A HONDA

By Robert G Thomas on August 30 @ 11:00 am
totally disappointed--and upset
have been totally dissappointed and had the car back at the dealership twice to no avail--for a hesitating transmission

By Graphite Grace on May 26 @ 11:00 am
Making Germany Jealous
I've moved up from the Honda Civic to the new Honda Accord. While driving, at times I feel like my Accord is hovering above the ground. The engine is so well made and insulated that it is rare to hear any engine noise. Smooth driving, solid, sportier looking than before, AND fuel efficient. What more could you ask for?! If this same car were made in Germany, it would be much higher priced.

By simonandschuester on May 26 @ 11:00 am
zoom zoom
This car is fun to drive. The handling around curves is super. The 240HP allows for maneauvering around traffic a breeze. The suspension is wonderful. I don't feel bumps on the road, which allows for a quiet comfortable ride. The cock pit feel is great. Never a problem seeing all the controls. I rate the car a solid 9.9 with the fuel economy being the only draw back.

By midnightcowboy on May 26 @ 11:00 am
Awesome 6-speed Coupe
Honda really has thier act togehter this time.

By afinder on February 20 @ 11:00 am
WHAT A GREAT CAR!
I SHOPPED 6 MONTHS PRIOR TO PURCHASING MY 03 EX V6 IN REDONDO RED PEARL. I DROVE THEM ALL, NOT SURE OF WHAT I WANTED. SUBARU WRX, INFINITI G35,LEXUS ES 300 ETC. I SAW THE PREVIEW OF 03 ACCORD ON EDMUNDS AND DECIDED TO WAIT UNTIL THEY CAME OUT. I'M GLAD I DID THIS IS ABSOLUTELY, WITHOUT A DOUBT, THE BEST CAR DEAL GOING FOR UNDER 30K. CURRENT OWNER OF 97 CAMRY. THIS CAR IS MILES AHEAD IN TERMS OF BUILD QUALITY AND POWER. LOVE THE 5SPD AUTOMATIC. KEEPS IT IN POWER BAND, UNLIKE 02 ACCORD V6, DOESNT HAVE TO DOWNSHIFT. HONDA IS REALLY CLOSE TO GERMAN CAR BUILD QUALITY WITH THIS ONE. GO GET ONE WITHOUT HESITATION!

By tadobson on February 20 @ 11:00 am
It is SOOO Nice!
I beleive that this new Accord Coupe EX V-6 is much nicer than its Acura counterpart (CL Type S). I had been considering the CL for a few months until i saw the specs and the pictures of the new Accord. Well, i am glad i waited, this car is almost as powerful (240 hp vs. 260 hp), much better looking, has all the luxury of the Acura (and more), not to mention the Accord costs about 3 or 4 thousand dollars less than the CL Type S. This is, without a doubt, the smoothest automatic transmission i have ever driven. (and i hate automatics (had to buy one 'cause my wife cant drive a standard)). The electronic throttle control makes a huge difference.

By ChasityLSU on November 16 @ 11:00 am
Sad Story
9 days after purchasing my brand new 2003 Black Accord EX V6 Sedan, a couple from Germany pulled out in front of me...totaling my beautiful car. Both of us believe this car saved our lives. The accident was a front end collision (at 45mph) and we both walked away with only a few injuries. It could have been worse... Afterall, I'm probably one of the first people to own two of the new body styles. And yes, I'm getting the same exact car, some would think that would be bad luck... I think this car was the best thing that I could have been driving in this situation. I would recomend this car to anyone, it's the sexiest sedan I've ever seen.

By on August 12 @ 11:00 am
Awesome Car
Not only the greatest Honda I've ever owned, but also the greatest car I've ever owned. I looked at 7 different makes/models and was prepared to spend more to get exactly what I wanted. Fortunately, I got everything I want (and then some) in this car. Super V-6 engine -- before I know it, I've gone from 50 to 85 mph with no effort. Fabulous interior, more comfortable seats than any in my home. Can't say enough good things about this vehicle.

By JackLuMD on August 12 @ 11:00 am
1st time honda buyer
fantastic vehicle. very solid driving performance and handling, rivals BMW 3 series. Very impressive passing power. Trunk is on the small side, but more than adequate.

By petitenay on August 12 @ 11:00 am
honda accord coupe EX
Wanted a 2002 Accord V6 but glad to have waited for the 2003 Accords. Settled for a 4-cylinder for a lower price and am extremely pleased.

By rodiva on August 12 @ 11:00 am
Better than previous model.
Got the EX-L 3 wks ago. This car is more solid, rigid and fun to drive than previous model. The interior is well designed and detail oriented. Although Honda rarely compete itself against BMW or Benz, this car truly is sporty in term of handling. The 6 in 1 CD changer is a bit difficult to get used to. The center console cover is already starting to rattle, but overall this car is good. I prefer this car's handling over my just bought I35.

By gergin on May 9 @ 11:00 am
I like this car
I wanted a truck, but my budget wouldnt allow it. I wrecked my 95 Accord. Hated the car. Its a good car, its just a car. I like trucks, but my job requires I drive a car. (realtor) I reviewed the Camry. Great car. I drove the new Accord and fell in love. So smooth and quiet. Tons of room. Got a great deal. Its even fun to drive. And it moves. Its no race car, but I was going 100 mph without realizing it. You cant even feel the gears changing. Buy one. Now.

By Mikey J on May 9 @ 11:00 am
Perfection in Motion
Never been in a car with so much to offer. The affordability of the car, and all it's options make the Honda Accord 2-dr a BEST BUY!

By Boles on February 2 @ 11:00 am
Amazing Car
This car drive great. Has more than plenty of power. Most of all, this car has great safety features. Honda has created a great car. Also, McConnell Honda in Montgomery made purchasing this case a pleasure.

By Tom Scattergood on February 2 @ 11:00 am
2003 Honda Accord EX-L 5M
Just purchased a 2003 Accord EX-L 4-door 5-speed (manual) with 4 cylinder engine. Graphite gray ext., gray int. Only "option" was rear spoiler as it came with model on lot (dealer included at no cost). MSRP was $23,800, invoice $21,600, paid $22,400. Shopping internet makes buying much more pleasant. Car is beautiful and fun to drive. Didn't think extra $$$ was worth it for V6. Best car for the money as far as I can tell. Compared to Passat, Altima and 626 when shopping. Traded in a 1991 Mazda Protege. Looking forward to 12 years out of the Accord, too!

By Ray Blanks on February 2 @ 11:00 am
My First Impression, 2003 Accord
My car is brand new, however, it pulls to the right. I suspected the front end needed alignment. The reseller, however, stated that Honda is aware of a torque steer problem. I am anticipating a recall. Otherwise, this is a very impressive re-birth of the Accord!

By Happy in Ohio on December 10 @ 3:00 am
Happy In Ohio
Overall, a quality car for the price. This is my third Honda, and all 3 have had great resales, I expect this to be the same. Most people that see it ask what kind of make, they can't believe its a Honda. Only issue so far is a sulfur smell after short trips; dealer says it's due to brand of gas??

By andyrus on September 6 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
After driving Altima (quite decent car) for almost 3 yrs, we feel wonderful about driving new red EX-V6 sedan. Everything is near perfect (see suggestions below that could make it perfect :) - smooth, fast, powerful, quiet (except for tire noise). Simply, the best young family car.

By jangofett on August 19 @ 3:00 am
LX accord
Drove it for a couple of weeks. It sure is quiet and very powerful. A very nice commuter car.

By tsitso on August 19 @ 3:00 am
Disappointed
Leased the car 2 weeks back and already both the driver and passanger side of the windows have started rattling, and since the engine is quite it is extremely annoying.

By JMParker63 on February 9 @ 3:00 am
Awesome Babaaaaaayyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!
The car exceeds my expectations. I orginally planned to go european, but I couldn't pass up the chance to have ownership of this little piece of heaven.

By RAYMOND on August 1 @ 3:00 am
A sedan feeling, with sporty styling.
Once I was in the dealership, I checked the V6 out. The look of the back is almost a direct copy of the Mercedes CLK coupe. The round shape needs some getting used to, but is more futuristic. The headlights look like the ones on Altimas. Yet, I like the power once I stepped on the gas pedal. It pushed me forward with the 6MT in very good feel. The comfort on the interior just make me feel like sitting in a sedan, not a sport coupe. So I think that sporty coupe is more appropriate. The interior is too dark.

By Elcarion on August 1 @ 3:00 am
More a sports car than a family car!
We love this car! This car is the best value for a family sedan in this price range. Whether it's the peppy and quiet 4 cylinder, smooth and firm suspension, or the terrific cabin ergonimics and feel, there's not much to dislike. The only things the competition has over this car are slightly larger size and more options available on the 4 cylinder models.

By George Knighton on August 1 @ 3:00 am
VERY well done!
Very well done, indeed. Great size, nimble handling, very good performance. Stylish without attracting attention.

By RDWFSU on April 27 @ 3:00 am
Buy This Car!
My purpose in purchasing the 2003 Accord was for business travel. It is quiet, smooth and accelerates quickly. The controls are convenient, and the music system is excellent. I've only had it a couple weeks, but am getting 28mpg when I checked for the first time. It doesn't look like an Audi or a BMW, but it's a tremendous value and repair records on Hondas are unsurpassed. There was a time when my wife, myself and both of our children were driving Accords.

By dadoo985 on April 27 @ 3:00 am
SWEET!
The Honda Accord has a wonderful ride and user friendly inside and out. Leather interior is impeccable.

By Derrick S. Berlin on January 22 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord V6 EX, What a awsome car
I am very pleased with the new accord for 03. The style is a great change. I did a lot of research and found the accord to excel in all areas. It have a very quiet comfortable ride. the dash design is very nice and easy to use. I was able to get a great deal. I paid 23,984.00 pluse tax. It has a sticker price of 26, 200.00 plus I had the splash gaurds added.

By Oldgolfer on October 18 @ 3:00 am
One GREAT Honda
We spent 3 months looking and driving everything out there. My wife wanted the Acura TL S-type 3.2, but we are so glad we waited for the V6 EX and it feels bigger inside, handles great and is so solid. Test Drive this car last, compare all the extra features for the price and you will be glad you did.

By Jim Honda on October 18 @ 3:00 am
Boring!
After about 38000 miles, I wish I'd bought a more roomy and drive-exciting CTS or Lincoln LS. This Honda (and Acura I've owned in the past) has become mundane to own!

By MPandya on April 10 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord 2003 LX
Nice design and fun to drive

By vbasicguru on January 4 @ 3:00 am
This is a true beauty!!
I really like this car. I think Honda did a pretty good job. I belive it's the best car for the money. Not only that it's a Honda so you know you are buying a great car!

By Not Easily Impressed on January 4 @ 3:00 am
Luxury/dependability for under 30 K!
I can't begin to tell you how impressed I am with this car! We have found it to be a perfect formula of handling, horsepower, torque, fit and finish, comfort, quality, and price. Trust me when I say I looked at EVERYTHING on the market. This Accord won hands down. I'm VERY impressed with this car, and I'm not easily impressed.

By srymas on September 30 @ 3:00 am
Honda Saved My Life
I bought a brand new 2003 Honda Accord LX Sedan on November 1, 2003. On November 7th I was in a wreck and totalled my car. The Police at the scene told me that my car saved my life. I just bought another 2003 Honda Accord. This time I went with the EXL Sedan. I love everything about this car. Move over Lexus. My boss just bought a GS300 and my Honda has all the same features and comfort of his Lexus at a much more reasonable price. It's a great car!!!!

By dodopodoman on June 27 @ 3:00 am
Move over, Toyota
Having carefully evaluated the top-of- the-line 2003 Toyota Avalon XLS, it is clear to me that the 2003 Honda Accord EX-V6 is better. While the Honda is slightly less roomy, it has the following advantages: More power, a 5- speed automatic, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, more comfortable front seats with 2 heat settings, side curtain air bags, fold-away outside mirrors, fold-down rear seat, etc. I added a dealer-installed automatic mirror (with compass) and fog lights -- both of which turned out very well. And all this costs about $6,000 less than a comparable Toyota Avalon!

By Dr. X on June 27 @ 3:00 am
Accord, Is that You ?!
Received delivery 1 week ago. Yet to have a good assessment.

By jclinton on March 23 @ 3:00 am
Excelent value and design
I think it is the nicest car in its class. It has a very smooth latest technology i-vtec 4 cyl. The quality of the interior materials and ergonomics are very good. The automatic transmission is very smooth too.

By Manor on December 17 @ 3:00 am
5 speed fun, but 6 may be better
I can't afford the 6 speed v6. I love the CLK-look-alike look of the rear end. The front fracia of the coupe is weird. The headlights look like the ones on the Altima. Is Honda having trouble with designing on their own?

By Leslie DuPont on September 13 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord EX V6
Every dealership I checked with in SC was charging sticker price. Take it or leave it. Superior Honda sold it for $2000 less than sticker. The rear spoiler adds a little style to an already atractive car. I also added the mud gaurds and a trunk mat but did not get the NAV system figuring it would be outdated long before to car was. The duel climate control is wonderful!

By brittho on June 9 @ 3:00 am
Not bad...not bad at all...
If you are in the market for a new car then do yourself justice and see the new Accord. The EXL 4cyl is a wonderful car. The V6 was a blast to test drive but the 4 really is a dream. I am getting 26-27 MPG in the city on average after 2 months of ownership. Lot's of get up and go as well. Very pleased. All in all...not bad...not bad at all.

By boone on June 9 @ 3:00 am
New Accord Coupe is sweet!!!!!!
I owned a 2002 accord coupe and the new 2003 is like a whole new car, refined and more power than the 2002 model. Excellent ride and confort.

By FirstTimeHondaBuyer on March 5 @ 3:00 am
2003 Honda LX V6 - excellent car!
This car was the first Honda for me. The negative first - styling is not exactly earth shattering. Very ordinary, very yesterday. The positives - power is amazing, the ride is very good. Turning radius is also good and both road and engine noise is down almost to Camry levels. Interior space appears to be cramped. Controls are as good as the Camry, options and features are slightly better though. For example, LX V6 comes with Traction control, side air bags and 5 speed automatic. ABS and anti- theft are standard in all Accords. Overall very happy with the Accord purchase, would rate it as high as the very impressive Camry!

By InStyle on March 5 @ 3:00 am
Love it!
I waited for months for the new accords to arrive and it has been well worth the wait. Looked at the acura CL months ago and decided to hold out for the 03 accord coupe - I am so glad I did. This is much more car than the CL for less money. It looks great and is extremely fun to drive. The V6 is defintely worth the extra money!

By Congo on March 5 @ 3:00 am
Great Car - Excellent buy.
Eventhough I only had this car for a couple of weeks, this car is really great. It looks excellent, and the V-6 is very powerful. The handling and drive is very smooth and solid. Sound system is OK, but the convinience of the interior with the additional space, cup holders and easy to use controls is excellent. The interior is very comfortable, and the back seats are adequate to sit average sized adults. To get the best buy, get the LX-V6. Dealers might not be very flexible with EX-V6.

By max's mom on November 30 @ 3:00 am
emotion vs. practicality
I looked at the A4, G35, Altima, Passat & Accord. Loved the A4 styling but it was too pricey. G35 drove like an absolute dream but was also too pricey. Interior of the Altima looked/felt cheap. That left the Passat & Accord. I preferred the Passat; more European look & feel. There was/is nothing wrong w/ the Accord; lots of ower & an amazing array of standard features. It came down to emotions vs. practicality. Although the Passat was more fun to drive, it was about $3500 more than the Accord. So, I went with the Accord. The exterior styling has grown on me. I'm also saving $125 per month. I like that a lot!!

By ragman on May 22 @ 3:00 am
itsawright
Got this car to replace wife's 92 Taurus LX w/160k miles on it. She, being smaller, loves the interior. I find the console too close to my right leg when driving. mpressions are good with quite, smooth acceleration catches you offguard when you're doing 85 when you thought you were at 55. Tires thump a little on rough roads but the ride is very enjoyable. Handling is great but the tires start to squeal when the turns get tight. I rate the interior material, fit and finish to be excellent. The instrumentation layout is excellent but I think just three simple knobs could better replace the long lineup of buttons for the vent controls. Overall - a keeper!

By GatorJames on February 16 @ 3:00 am
Love this car
Just got my car a couple of days ago and I love it. The all around appearance of the car is impressive. Nice amount of power for a four cylinder. Love the stereo controls and the sunroof.

By Mike K on February 16 @ 3:00 am
I LIKE IT!!!
Roomy (even for someone 6'4"), comfortable, excellent acceleration. TCS is proving to be very useful with the V6 power. Handles well. Very enjoyable to drive.

By DerekinLA on February 16 @ 3:00 am
Perfect!
Rock solid build quality, some of the best seats this side of Lexus/BMW, nifty dual zone climate control, steering wheel controls, and overall high end feel to this car make this a no-brainer in the mid 20's price range. You won't get more for this price.

By hprice on November 12 @ 3:00 am
2003 ex accord
good car lots of fun to drive plenty of power for a 240 hp 6cyl very smooth 5 speed auto tranny had a 1999 4cyl 5 speed standard tranny big difference with the 6 cylcontrols on steering wheel

By cykomaniac on November 12 @ 3:00 am
Best Accord so far
I am a student and the main reason I got this car is because I dont have the time to run to the garage (with a domestic) everytime there is a problem. I know Honda has a long standing history of reliability and so this was the best choice. I love the V6 and the 5 speed A/T, makes driving around a truly gratifying experience. If you want a mid-size sedan look no further.

By Jersey Jaycee on May 4 @ 3:00 am
Exceeds Expectations
Test drove the Nissan Altima 4 cyl. -- stylish on the outside, mediocre engine performance, and the interior of a GM product. Came real close to buying the Camry XLE -- a magnificent ride, elegant interior, and flawless tranny, but no road feel, no panache. The Accord EX-L with the new rear deck spoiler is a real head-turner. The leatherized cabin is elegant, sporty and rich -- belying it's moderate price tag; 160 hp 4 banger is more than adequate muscle. Revamped suspension and handling blows the '98-'02 Accord away. The '03 Accord can be the sporty, classy family car you always wanted, but felt you had to settle for a trendy SUV like everyone else.

By gn on January 29 @ 3:00 am
Pure enjoyment
Why did I buy the EX V-6 over the XLE V- 6 Camry? Much better power, better interior and exterior styling,and just plain more fun to drive.

By Jim_2CPU on January 29 @ 3:00 am
Smooth.
Having previously owned two other Honda's, the 2003 Accord seemed like a no-brainer. Having owned civics before, this time around I wanted a measure of luxury. The newly designed Accord certainly provides that. I'd definitely recommend it.

By Anthony S on October 25 @ 3:00 am
Unbelievable
Picked up the 2003 Accord Coupe yesterday, and all I can say is that it's amazing. I test drove a fully loaded 2002 Accord Coupe and I was quite pleased. Then when I got behind the 2003 Accord, I was immediately sold. I highly reccomend this vehicled to anyone.

By NurseBlondie on January 11 @ 3:00 am
Excellent!!
I was shopping for a new car, looking at the new GTI, Acura RSX and Celica. We stumbled upon the new 03 Honda Accord Coupe EXV6. I had never been much of a Honda fan - but this blew me away. The interior is beautiful with plush leather seats, excellent stereo system 180 watts with built in dash 6 CD and radio controls on the steering wheel. Compared to other cars - there was no comparison!

By kevin chen on October 7 @ 3:00 am
Best for your dollor
I bought at brand new, and went to 1,000 miles vacation at second day. no break in. I got 30 miles per gallon with great performance and comfortable. also the 5 speed auto transmition works great, plus ABS, EDB, tracking control, side airbag, 6 CD changer, security system... altogether, only $22,000 better than Camry & Altima & Maxima. the best value of family car.

By Cathy Martin on October 7 @ 3:00 am
great powerful car
this car really did suprise my with how much it has improved. It is remarkable because I did have an Accord before however this is way better.

By Mr. Jiggles on October 7 @ 3:00 am
The Jiggle Machine
After many good years with my 92 LX, looked forward to new 03 Accord. Many improvements. However, terribly disappointed with extremely harsh/stiff ride. This car never stops jiggling up and down on even the smoothest of roadways. What good is great handling and engine performance when you feel you have to hang on for dear life because of the bumpy totally distracting ride? Honda engineers have blundered big time on the ride or maybe I have a lemon?

By rocafella456nit on October 7 @ 3:00 am
Best Bang for Your Buck
At first I was a little hesitant about investing in this car. After intense research and review it was conclusive. This was definitely the car for me. Sitting in this car you are distracted from the world. The cabin is truly quiet and very spacious considering it is a two-door vehicle. The features are detailed and easily accessible and it handles the city curves with mass precision. This car accelerates quietly and smoothly. In this car everything you need is included. Optional features are really an option and are really the last things you need to consider. This vehicle comes equipped with dual heating/cooling, leather, heated seats & much, much more.

By Nomis23 on July 4 @ 3:00 am
Superb
I've been thoroughly impressed with this car from the moment I test drove it and finally got an agreeable deal. This car can really accelerate from 40- 80 mph and has more than adequate handling. Take a test drive on an open, curvy road...you won't be disappointed!

By Darian on July 4 @ 3:00 am
Extremely satisfied
Only had about 3 weeks. Traded in 1999 LX. This car is great. First time owner of an EX and couldn't be happier. Doors close much gentler giving feel of more expensive car. Rides great, shifts flawlessly. Interior is very sharp, have the silver with black interior.

By questor2k on March 30 @ 3:00 am
Not as impressed as when I test drove it
I've had my EX V-6 for almost 4 weeks now. I'm 6'3" and have always been forced to drive an American car. Along came the 2003 Accord and I thought my prayers were finally being answered! Now that I've had the car for a few weeks it seems my opinion has changed. No matter how I configure the front seat I can't get comfortable. Fuel economy: Honda says on the sticker that the V6 should get 21/30 mpg, I do primarily highway driving to work everyday and was SHOCKED to see I have only been averaging a mere 17 mpg! That's worse than my 1997 Pontiac Bonneville SSE. Is there anything I can do about this or that Honda can do for me?

By chance #1 on March 30 @ 3:00 am
Perfection
I went from an 1992 accord ex coupe to the 2003 accord lx. This car is perfect it is stylish, and spacious. I would not be paying this type of money for any other car. I looked at the camry but they are so plain, I would rather get the civic over a camry. My car rides smooth and fast when I need it to. And I love how fast my brakes respond.

By jojokickbutt on December 24 @ 3:00 am
the best of the best
the best for the money.

By moses on December 24 @ 3:00 am
affordable luxury
I was looking at the lexus ES300 then I heard of the accord, from a friend. I looked at the accord it had everything the Lexus had and more. It has a bigger engine. It is more fun to drive. And you can get it with Voice Activated Navigation System. All the luxury features for that price, honda should sell it for $5000.00 and people will still buy, I know I will. I almost spend $10000 more for the ES300.

By L H S on December 24 @ 3:00 am
Very Happy
I'm 56 and this is my 1st Honda. My 16 year old son told me to look at the Honda. Did alot of reading the last couple of months. Since our kids are grown up I got the coupe EX-L in red. Only have 900 miles on it so far and this is alot of car for the money and is alot of fun to drive. The quality in this car is great and I'm very glad I baught it.

By Adam2k3 on September 20 @ 3:00 am
Not as impressive as my test drive
I'm 6'3" and cannot get comfortable in this car. Not enough headroom or legroom. Seats are extremely unsupportive of mid and upper back- constant back aches while driving. FUEL ECONOMY is HORRIBLE. No where near the 21/30 Honda says it gets (I've been averaging 17 on the highway!

By Eric NLR, AR on June 17 @ 3:00 am
Absolutely Love It!
This is my 3rd Accord and by far my favorite design. The exterior, for the most part, is very attractive. Honda's designers did an excellent job with the interior. I have always loved and trusted Honda's. Also, I thought my '95 Accord 5-Speed (slightly modified) was fast, but this one would eat it alive....though it's a snail compaired to the V-6 6M

By siwdesign on March 13 @ 3:00 am
Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy
The best Honda I have ever owned. This car has every feature a more expensive car has and more.

By harc diddy on March 13 @ 3:00 am
jay's review
the best,nothing else comes close not even the cl class of mercede's or cl type s of acura

By Dave on December 8 @ 3:00 am
Honda, you ouy did yourself
I never thought I would like the Honda Accord. My wife always wanted one. I was a Volvo lover and have owned three of them in the past, but after test driving the 2003 4 door Accord, that was it. I was convinced on getting rid of our 99 Volvo S80 for a new Honda. Purchased one at Honda of Mckinney and the people there are great. A+ in my book. Can't say enough about the car. It is truly a fun car to drive. Only problem we found was a piece of trim molding on the right hand threshold of the door frame popped up. Dealer said to bring it in and they will fix it. Good buy Volvo, Honda here to stay.

By Ray Shadman on December 8 @ 3:00 am
Miracle of Engineering and Design
As usual Honda sets another standard in design and engineering. 240 horses, this car sounds like NSX, yet light and fuel efficient. I love my mp3 player in the dash...

By Todd Hendricks on December 8 @ 3:00 am
5 speed 03 Accord LX
Wow a family car for the sports car fanatic. Don't know if honda's could get much better for the money. After owning many honda motorcycles i love their fit and finish. the accord is no different. The transmission is newly improved and is short short throw and slick as butter. my corolla steer feels Heavier! than this baby. The Z28 turns more heads but man what a mech. POS!the driving feel is light and the steering is crisp and tracks straight as an arrow. The car gets 28.5 on the freeway or so and is a big car.the seats really hold you in. Maybe a hair too much wind noise and the radio is no match for my Alpine

By chambeth on September 3 @ 3:00 am
Excellent
I was in the market for a fun sport coupe. I was set on the Infiniti G35 coupe. Fun car and I know I would not have been disappointed with it. However, the difference in price was about 14k. This car is a blast to drive with its 240 horses. There are only a couple of things I would have liked to have seen on the Accord...xenon lights and an option for 17" wheels.

By dbegger on September 3 @ 3:00 am
So far, so good
Black leather-nice; Heated seats- wonderful; dual-zone A/C controls- great; Stereo design and controls- great; Stereo sound-good; 4-cylinder gas mileage-best in class; 4-cylinder power-adequate and better than expected; Seat comfort-very good; Headroom-add .5 inch in front and 1 inch in back; Handling-very good though doesn't take potholes like my Q45; Brakes-feel good; Body style-it's growing on me; Warranty-inferior to competitors; Dealers (I visited three)- unimpressive. Overall, if this car ages well then it's likely the best combination of comfort, features, performance, room, and efficiency around. So far, so good.

By demars581 on May 30 @ 3:00 am
Its a great car!
This car replaced my 2000 Olds Alero GLS V6. I can't explain how much better this car is than my Alero! It is quiet, quick, handles well, and has an awesome interior.

By J Goodwin on May 30 @ 3:00 am
best car yet
Honda all the way. I love everything about my Honda. I traded in a 1997 Accord EX for another Honda and I'll do the same again. The heated leather seat are great. The 6 disc in dash CD player is much more convenient than the previous trunk version.

By bwv565 on May 30 @ 3:00 am
Gorgeous sports-coupe/all-around car!
Just purchased this car to replace my '01 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT. I am a DRIVER. Tested many cars. Love the new styling and features for the price asked on the '03 Accord Coupe. I went for the 2.4L 4cyl. 5spd manual EX-L (leather) version. It has everything I wanted...well, almost everything...I added a rear spoiler and mudguards..and I can't wait. The drop in hp from my Eclipse (205) to the 160hp of the Accord is ok for me; it handles superbly.

By Love My EX on May 30 @ 3:00 am
Great deal on EX.....
I bought my EX the day after Thanksgiving(I got it for $200 under invoice). I bought the car for the reputation Honda has and for the fabulous new design.The car has great power for a four cylinder.The car is very sporty inside and out.It also falls in the catorgory of a stylish family car. I would recommend the purchase or lease of this vehicle.

By JohnWC on May 30 @ 3:00 am
Honda Really Did It This Time
I just bought a new 2003 Accord EX, A/T with leather. Wow! This is my 4th New Honda Accord. I thought that the previous ones were great but the 2003 surpasses them all. I am still discovering little gismos they have added. I also got a great deal on it paying $100 under factory invoice. Total out the door price was $23,751.34 The Accord's 4 cyl will outperform many of their competitor's 6's.

By slevy21 on February 24 @ 3:00 am
Love the NEW Design!
I recently returned the 4-dr sedan and went into the NEW coupe; love it!! The handling is tight and great feeling. The style; Honda did an incredible thing!

By OneCuteGentleman on February 24 @ 3:00 am
Best Accord Ever?
This is the best Accord ever. The Exterior design is eye catching. It's so fun to drive. There's so many features.

By Mr Congeniality on August 16 @ 3:00 am
Our THIRD Honda Accord
Great car, especially with the 240HP V- 6 option. Would have a V6 over the standard 4 cylinder anytime. The extra power of the 6 is great for freeway merging and accelleration up mountainous terrain.

By Steve I on May 12 @ 3:00 am
The Sweet Ride of Success
I keep wondering why I didn't buy a Honda sooner. The four door EX with the four banger sprints nicely. There is plenty of room for the family. On the first tank of gas we got 33 mpg on the highway as promised by the sticker. The handling is precise. The brakes are excellent. It has a sunroof, 6 disc in dash cd. And it looks great. Why did I insist on driving Fords, Olds, Pontiac and Lincoln for years? Who knows. Will I ever go back? Perhaps. Will I buy another Honda? Certainly. Oh, and don't forget the price. I drove away for the sticker price of 23k. Excellent.

By kutiepotpie on February 6 @ 3:00 am
love it!
Love my car! It's a peppy sedan that's so comfortable and easy to drive. It feels so good and solid. It's such a great dealer when compared to other cars!

By Carl on February 6 @ 3:00 am
Excellent Car!
Best Car on the Road! Very Fun to Drive!

By FlMan on November 2 @ 3:00 am
Flman speaks
I bought the car about a three weeks ago and so far there are no defects. The ride is very good. The leather package is of excellent quality and includes an adjustable lumbar support. The V6 is very quiet and the power band is extremely wide. The radio/CD is of much better than average quality and rivals the Bose and JVC systems. Actually I like it better.

By tlax on July 29 @ 3:00 am
Great car
Honda finally got it 100% right for this market. Great value for your money. I paid $25,900 for my Accord w/ Navi. Interior is clean and functional, and very roomy. Great layout of dials and switches (except moonroof switches). Exterior is clean, and growing on me. I have not liked Accord styling in the past. This is truly an outstanding deal for the money, and easily outweighs buying a more prestigious brand like a BMW 3 series, or Infiniti G35, which is what I was originally interested in.

By mholeyfield on April 25 @ 3:00 am
honda accord v-6-ex
As stated by the comments above, my honda is outstanding and handle well on the highway

By Very pleased on January 19 @ 3:00 am
Best car on the road
This is a significant improvement from my 1998 4dr V6 Accord EX. It has much more power, the interior design is beautiful and much more comfortable, the tramsmission is far smoother, the stereo has been significantly improved, and the steering wheel controls are far more comprehensive. I test drove all of the rest of the competing cars and this one blew them all away. Best value on the road and at $20,000 less than a similarly equipped BMW there is no comparrison.

By Backache on January 19 @ 3:00 am
Horrible Ergonomics
Pickup is strong, and ride is very smooth. Moreover,trunk room is cavernous, while interior passenger room is adequate. The driver's seat, however, is extremely hard on my back, to the point where my back actually hurts when I get out of the car after a 15+ minute drive. I think theproblem stems from the fact that the lumbar is not adjustable on the LX, and so it sticks into the small of my back. For the money I paid, the lumbar should be adjustable, not fixed according to some notion which the Honda engineers have as to how "most" people sit. This makes the car VERY unpleasant to drive. And this is not due to a pre- existing back problem.

By jimbo65 on October 15 @ 3:00 am
Honda Success
The great mystery now is how Honda could pack such a big punch from four cylinders and yet have great fuel ecconomy! They did a tremendous job in this complete rebuild from the ground up. The quality is obvious throughout the entire car. I think we will have this one a long time! Thanks Honda!

By sds on October 15 @ 3:00 am
Not as good advertised or expected
While it maybe a decent car, comparing it with VW or Nissan is inappropriate.

By MrNasti on July 12 @ 3:00 am
If you want resale value buy a Honda
I have always been an American car owner. From Dodge Intrepids to Cadillacs to Chevrolet.. I drove the 2003 Accord and realized that Japanese cars are built for the long haul... Do your self a favour and buy a Honda, it is worth every Penny spent....

By mikec01 on July 12 @ 3:00 am
Maxed out car for a mini price
All the stories I heard about Hondas are bearing true. Nice ride, handles well, and relatively quiet. The V-6 moves like the wind; great performance with reasonable gas consumption. Auto climate controls works well. The interior is great; the leather seats are better than ones I've sat in BMW and Mercedes. The Navigation system is great, and voice control is fantastic; change the temp, the CD track, or destination with your voice. It takes some getting used to, but once you go the hang of it, it's easy. You get a very fair value for the price. (Make sure you get the extended HondaCare warranty (7 yr./100K miles) so that the Navi is covered!)

By vagabondchef2001 on July 12 @ 3:00 am
Excellent Car!!!!!
Great Car!! Had a Saturn SL before and it was becoming JUNK @ 15000 miles. This 2003 Accord is a true gem of a car!! Its 200% better than my Saturn SL and 100% better than my 2001 Honda Civic.

By Sean Sperry on July 12 @ 3:00 am
Great Value for the Money
This is a great card for th money. For 25K, I got all the features you'd expect from a mercedes or lexus. Great ride, solid build, and very comfortable.

By luckylou on April 7 @ 3:00 am
Solid Buy
We have high expectations with Honda. So far the car has been good with exception of wind noise. The pass side door sounds as though the window is slightly down when above 40mph; annoying noise especially for the passenger. Dealer ordered new part and will repair soon (I hope!). Also trunk liner, mud guards, wheel locks, compass/auto dimming mirror & trunk groc net. Everything else is high quality. We expect to drive this car beyond 200k miles.

By KShah on April 7 @ 3:00 am
Worth the Money !!!!!
All luxury car have great features. Honda provides these features at a very low cost. Plus Honda has its reputation for its smooth running and low maintenance cost. The 2003 Honda Accord EX V-6 provides style, luxury, reliability and quality for a great price !!

By Myst3ryGu3st on April 7 @ 3:00 am
Thankful we passed on BMW
Wow - This isn't an Accord. My wife and I were set on either a newer 328i BMW or an older 528i BMW. I am so glad we took the 7th generation V6 Accord for a spin. Interior and exterior is a 10+ and it flies!

By ABQ on April 7 @ 3:00 am
Congrat's to Honda For The New Accord
Just bought my Honda Accord EX V6 from Garica Honda in ABQ. Perhaps paid $200 too much based on prices on the net, but it was the only White one in New Mexico. Have had the car one week and am more than satisfied. I'm no car expert however did compare the Accord to the Lexus ES300 and other than a large price difference and a few minor items, the new Honda is simply a joy to drive.

By Honda Yay! on January 1 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
I wanted to upgrade from my '96 Civic and looked at several cars. I looked at price and reliability. This car had the best price/features/reliability. The small details are great. When you turn off the pull out the key, the interior lights come on. The door ajar idiot light tells you which door is ajar. The center console armrest pulls out so short people or people with long arms can adjust the console. I like the large knobs for the stereo/ air conditioner although they took some getting used to.

By 1997montez34 on January 1 @ 3:00 am
Wow, what a car! Don't wait...buy it!!!
I was drawn to the Accord because of its reputation for quality, reliability, and fun-to-drive nature. I am so glad I bought this car! It drives like a MUCH more expensive car. The interior is stunning, with awesome LED gauges. The build quality is top-notch. The Accord has such a solid feel and sound when you close the doors and trunk. The 4 cylinder is plenty peppy for commutiing and has no problem cruising at 90+ mph. The car is so solid and quiet. The 5spd. auto is absolutely seemless The seats are probably the most comfortable I have ever sat in for a car under $60K.

By alf on June 24 @ 3:00 am
accord, coupe
The Honda Accord is one of the most reliable vehicles on the market. Our previous car was an Accord LX sedan. Our new Accord feels smoother, quieter, and has better pickup. The redesign od the coupe has turned some heads.

By rpcohen on March 20 @ 3:00 am
First Honda
Excellent Driving car, was looking at all makes and models was even awaiting the arrival of the Mazda 6 (was disappointed in that). What made up my mine was the Consumer Reports article and they were right on the ball.

By boobadger on March 2 @ 3:00 am
This Is Not Your Mom's Accord
Overall great car. Bought at Invoice and 3.49 financing! Good pickup. Smooth handling. Nice interior design. Comfortable bucket seats. Nice Black Leather. On the highway, kicks into lower gear like a charm for passing. Curves no problem. Picked over Passat because Passat uses Premium gas only for worse gas mileage. Big Back seat cabin -- bigger than Passat. Not your mom's honda.

By ench on November 27 @ 3:00 am
Initial Impression...
My review may be a bit premature, however, I am so happy with this car and the buying experience that I felt compelled to post. I set out to replace a one year old Nissan with which I was not very satisfied. Looked at Volkswagen Jetta and Toyota Camry. Neither came close to The Accord in "bang for my buck". I took advantage of great financing offers and end of year deals. Walked out with $200 over invoice. Car feels very solid. Good quality workmanship throughout.

By KM1A on November 27 @ 3:00 am
GRIPPHATE DELIGHT
After driving my honda, for the past three weeks It seems to get better with time (ride quality, look Appeal inside and out).

By BoatAnchor on November 27 @ 3:00 am
Honda ups the bar!
Great car -most bang for the buck. It was between the Accord, Passat, 3 series, or Volvo. The Camry was out due to new design looking 5 years old. No regrets. Fast and well built. Most comfortable seats in any of my past cars (BMW 528, Volvo 960, Maxima, Passat).

By Kbar75 on August 23 @ 3:00 am
A Solid All Around Car
What a car for the PRICE!!! When compared to the others..aka Passat, Camry, Altima, etc, there is no comparison. The interior build & feel quality is exceptional. An all around winner with exceptional build quality & resale value. A car that shouldn't be ignored!!!

By msabramson on August 23 @ 3:00 am
Best of Year
I have been driving Acura's for the past 10 years. This Accord is now in the same league as the 3.2TL. It sharp looking, the interior is classic leather and very confortable. The additional horsepower (240) really lets this car move.

By bergy on August 23 @ 3:00 am
Happy Owner
After reviewing some domestic sedans and looking at the Accord, Camary, and Altima, I came back to the Accord. I was amazed with the amount of room it had in the back seat. I also wanted a car that I could put miles on without a concern - not a problem for Honda. The exterior design is quite plain so I opted for the spoiler which gives is a sporty look. For someone who travels, I recommend the Navigation system. I love the voice activacted features. The only draw back was the difficulty of touch screen functions as the sun was hitting it at a certain angle. The V-6 is a must.Overall, I am one pleased owner - I love it.

By G-man on November 9 @ 3:00 am
This car for less than 20 grand?
Basically I considered four different cars: VW Passat, Nissian Altima, Subaru Legacy and the Accord. All are nice and if price didn’t matter I would have gotten the Passat on the feel and looks. But after driving the Accord a few weeks there is just nothing to complain about. It feels so solid and quiet. The exterior is rather conservative, but if your after drag strip looks then you are in the wrong class of cars altogether.

By Honda Honcho on November 9 @ 3:00 am
Great car!
Overall outstanding car.

By Jeff G. on August 5 @ 3:00 am
Best Car Ever!!
This car seems to hit the perfect balance in every way that a car can. The fit and finish is excellent, the looks are stunning, and the features are unbelievable. You won't get more bang for your buck!!

By leaseman on May 2 @ 3:00 am
Accordingly Nice!
My test drive was smooth and enjoyable. This car will take you where you want to go quickly and in comfort. The build and interior are top-notch, the dash layout is attractive and convenient, the gauges are large, clear, and attractively lit at night. The engine and transmission are so silky smooth and quiet that you hardly know it when you're accelerating. Unfortunately, it's also not very fun. If you're looking for affordable performance and quality even if it's a little boring, then this is the car for you.

By Jackkkkk on January 26 @ 3:00 am
GREAT CAR!!!
Very good sedan. save lot of gas and very nicely interior design. Need better design on the tail. Most needed accessories are standard on the Base EX model. Not too expensive to have extra options compare to Camry high price options and not much standard on the XLE. Great Car...

By Jon Carter on July 19 @ 3:00 am
Woa, what a car!
First time I opened it up, I was impressed. Even at high speeds the car is smooth and quiet. The car is just plain fun to drive and great to sit in. Buy one, NOW!!! Hurry, why are wasting time reading these comments? GO BUY ONE!!!

By victory on July 19 @ 3:00 am
They almost got it right!
Overall, a very reliable, comfortable, qick car that I recommend with out reservation. Seats are comfortable, climate control works well, design is progressive yet seperates itself from the old design. Adequate room for family of five. The increase in fuel mileage with an increase in speed is a welcome improvement compared to my 2001 suburban.

By marwrld on April 14 @ 3:00 am
MAJOR WATER DAMAGE
If you own one, check out the back seat. My seats are drenched and soiled. You would think Honda had better customer service...they put me in a rental car for the week and the car is 6 weeks old. You will hear from me if the issue is unresolved...

By Mattspalace on April 14 @ 3:00 am
Just a stones throw short of perfect.
From the time I opened the door, I was sold on the 2003 Accord. I was pleasently surprised to find one of the most spacious and beautiful interiors I've ever seen. The automatic dual-climate control, in-dash 6 disk cd- changer, aluminum console/dash, driver and passenger heated seats, excellent gauge cluster, the tilting and sliding sunroof....is this really a Honda!? The V-6 with 5 speed automatic transmission is so sliky smooth, and a lot of power, yet very respectable gas mileage. My last car, a 1997 Honda Accord EX-V6 has come a long long long way in 6 years.

By Javafan on April 14 @ 3:00 am
Great car for the price
Like the othr review said it is a great car in it's price range. However, the car also pulls to the right because of the aligment problem. Generally, I enjoy the car.

By beth on October 6 @ 3:00 am
GREAT CAR!!!
The new Honda Accord handles great. The 4 cylinder has all the power I need for my commute. This car is very classy!

By areams on October 6 @ 3:00 am
Nice car to drive
I recently bought my new 2003 Honda Accord and have previously owned 3 other Honda's. The new body style and the stereo control panel are extremely nice. It is a very quite vehicle and drives very smoothly.

By hlynnromero on July 2 @ 3:00 am
Love our 03' Honda
Have had our new Accord for 2 months now and LOVE it. It has plenty of pep and handles great. The interior leg room is wonderful. I wouldn't have bought anything else. It surprises me that some people have such big complaints, perhaps they should pay more attention before buying a car and test drive more than just one brand.

By John Ove on July 2 @ 3:00 am
WOW!!
Very pleasing purchase. Dealer very knoledgeable. A dream to drive. Power surprising for a 4 cyl. Have yet to feel the transmission shift. Replaced instument cluster (bad gas gauge), loaded old info - no need for mileage sticker. Vehicle well thought out.

By Pouya on July 2 @ 3:00 am
Honda Acoord Coupe LX-V6 (5A)
This car is really , i havent bought it yet bought i was just there for a test drive and it looks great, alot of features and very nice and smooth, get the LX-V6 instead of EX-V6 cause it is not worth the extra 2 grands for sunroof and few other things. You get the same power and comfort. I wish i get it as soon as possible.

By Debra Smith on March 28 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord
the style of the car looks wonderful with the red paint and five star rims

By Kim Grau on March 28 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord
car has everything you need, space, preformance, and relieablity

By J. Lopez on March 28 @ 3:00 am
Nice... just nice
I had the 1999 version of this model; traded it in with a very pleasing 94,000 miles (I drive ALOT). I can't say that I love the new model as much as I did the last one. I've had it for a few months now, and the only thing I can say is that it's... average. I just can't seem to fall in love with it. It's functional, but it lacks passion. I can't say that it inspires.

By BZBOY on December 23 @ 3:00 am
What an awesome car.......
I bought this car as a replacement for my wife's Mitsubishi Galant. What a difference!!! This car has all the bells and whistles that a young person would desire in his/her car. My wife has fallen in love with this car. We wanted to buy an Audi, but it is too pricey. Passat would have been a good choice, but the only thing Honda doesn't offer and Passat does is the step-tronic shift. We decided to save $3500 and spend it on buying gas for the Accord for the next 5 years. Smart move.......

By Yippeee on December 23 @ 3:00 am
The Best Vehicle Ever
The new Honda is great.

By JoeyC on September 18 @ 3:00 am
Wow!
What a car! I have only had this car for two days but so far I am extremely impressed. I would be out driving it right now but I am having the rear spoiler installed and the windows tinted. Honda has hit a home run with the new look and increased power in the '03 Accord.

By aldinero on June 14 @ 3:00 am
accord ex tra good
the driver's sit fits to perfection.the dashboard,and the interior first rate.accelleratioin,ride and handling makes this accord a great driving experience.

By Max Speed on June 14 @ 3:00 am
Fast, luxurious, and reliable!
Honda has done a great job of making a mainstream coupe into a pseudo-luxury coupe. Unlike other pubecent reviewers of this coupe, I find it's combination of power (240hp!), technology, luxury, and Honda reliability, very persuasive! An Audi equipped like the V6 coupe EX would cost $35k, while it would be no where near as reliable! As for the Mercedes coupe, it costs twice what the Honda costs. Can you say diminishing returns?

By jdav on March 10 @ 3:00 am
Best car for the money
This car is one of the best cars for the money, hands down. The exterior looks beautiful especially with the dual pipes. Plenty of power. The dealership gave me two grand off of sticker, which made this car an even better buy. This car surpasses everyother car in its class. The closest competitor comes from the V6 altima, however the nissans interior does not match up to the Honda's. Great job Honda

By Jose Monroy on December 5 @ 3:00 am
My Honda
The cars runs very well and has the most features for the money. All the options are defined for a model which is nice. I choose it for the style but mostly because of the Navigation sytem. It greatly simplfies getting around. You do not get lost at night. I am thinking trading my Explorer for the Pilot because of the Navigation feature.

By mec on December 5 @ 3:00 am
Best car for low $20,s
Traded in a 95 Benz C280 and I'm still smiling. I shopped the Passat and thought about the Acura TL, but I couldn't shake the thought of the newly styled Accord. Am extremely happy with new EX-L 4 door, 4 cyl. Much less power than the Benz, but it is new and has full warranty and great reliability record plus the back seat is roomier and I have plenty of space for child safety seat, plus two more rear passengers if need be. If your thinking about getting this car, just do it, you shouldn't have any regrets.

By Matt_S2 on December 5 @ 3:00 am
Best Sedan for Your Money.
Well built, fun, reliable car. Ergonomics are easy to get used to. Features of much higher priced cars.

By NKM on August 31 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
Very Powerful engine, smmoth transmission and decent handling (not as nimble as my 95 Accord EX). Better than many higher priced luxury cars.

By tierpier on May 27 @ 3:00 am
Traded in my Toyota
I purcahsed this vehicle after being a loyal Toyota owner for 12 years. I test drove both the Honda and the Toyota before purchasing my Honda. I found that I liked to extra engine power, the creature comforts, and the ride on the Honda more than the comparable Camry. The V6 is smooth, and for the average driver this is a lot of car for not a lot of money. The exterior styling is a little on the plain side, but the interior feels like a more expensive luxury automobile.

By skeyedvr on February 21 @ 3:00 am
new honda buyer
great car but had to take it back to the dealership twice. paint was bad on the hood and they said it was called mottling. paint matched up well. had to replace the sun visor, had an agravating rattle.

By EdT. on February 21 @ 3:00 am
Good Performance, Ugly Body
Car has an excellent Interior, good quality components, Good ride. Ugly backend.

By Doe on February 21 @ 3:00 am
Acoord Coupe EX V-6
Its very cool, great looking car with alots of feutures and power!!

By guenther on February 21 @ 3:00 am
First time Buyer
My wife and I have been avid buyers of American Cars. After much research and comparison we decided on the Accord Coupe being the first ever foreign car we purchased.

By slickjeep on February 21 @ 3:00 am
best car
best car that i found, fun to drive

By icorral on February 21 @ 3:00 am
window rattle
Bought the car and had some service issues with the dealer. Experiencing window rattle, most likely the windshield. Sounds like it's coming from the seal around the drivers side fron windshield. Otherwise, the car seems fine. At least one other review states similar, keep your ears open.

By Tony lam on November 17 @ 3:00 am
Think twice
The vehicles drives great. The glove compartment and doors are hard to close. Had to bring it back more than once and still having a issue. Had a leak in the engine and Honda refuse to take it back when the car is less than one month old. Well this is my second purchse with Honda and also the last. Customer service said once you sign the papers the consumer assumes all respondibity and problems with the car.

By jccasad on August 13 @ 3:00 am
Nightmare with 2003 Accord V6 LX
Today is the 11th day I own this dream car but unfortually it has been in dealer's shop for 8 days. it was oil leaking right after I took it home, Technicians opened timing cover and replaced seal but after ruuning for servel miles it leaks again, they tried to replaced all the seals but still fail, till now they still not able to fix the problem.The dealer and Honda rejected my request for refund or replacement even though the mileage is only 60m and all the mils are made by driving back and forth between the dealer and my house. The whole thing ended up a big nightmare.

By Jassy on May 10 @ 3:00 am
Super car
Best I ever have driven.

By Sapoulos on May 10 @ 3:00 am
Unbelievable
Just got our white V6 with tan leather and Navigation. This is our 4th honda accord and it truly does not feel like you are driving just another accord. The handling and performance are very solid and the ride is extremely smooth. Navigation: At first, we thought..."Do we really need a electronic map?" Well, the map is just a small part of the system. Some features we really like are: searching for places like yellow pages, searching for places by phone number, trip computer, address book, voice activated commands like "show ATMs, find nearest restaurant, etc." The touchscreen also controls everything else like the radio, climate control and cd player.

By Jpower on May 10 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord V6 Excellent!
There is nothing not to like about this car! We drove 300 miles the first day on two lane roads, through hills, etc. It handles very, very well. The steering is tight be you don't easily oversteer the way you do with a Civic. It is fun to to drive, has an amazing amount of power, handles very well, and is smooth and comfortable. The 5 speed auto trans. is very efficient. When you pass someone and need to accelerate, this car delivers! The v-tech engine pulls stronger and stronger.

By thordeer on February 3 @ 3:00 am
almost perfect
Amazing pickup, stylish and simple interior, very firm seats, wonderful handling. But much too bumpy and jiggly on the highway. This drawback alone almost outweighs all the amazing qualities. And the exterior is downright dowdy, a cross between a pontiac grand prix and a buick. that's not a compliment.

By SCampbell on February 3 @ 3:00 am
Nothing Disappoints in the 2003 Accord
After owning a 2000 Accord EX V6 for three years, I was sold on the 2003 Accord the first time I took it for a test drive. It makes my old Accord feel like a Civic! Additional power, stiffer suspension, added safety are all superb. Nothing about this car is a disappointment.

By GEM on February 3 @ 3:00 am
problem child
I love overall the way the car looks and performs. Though i have had some problems with the car. I recommend all new owners to examine there window trim and see if the glossy tape at the bottom of the window is bubbling. I have already replaced mine once and about to go do it again. Also i have had some problems with the car starting, which honda has yet been able to reproduce.

By bnw0810 on October 30 @ 3:00 am
Great value!...and still made in the USA
My wife and I bought this car a month ago and we love it. We got the V-6 and it has great performance. Everyone knows about the cars reliability and resale value, but I was blown away by the ergonomics and the interior features it had. Everything was in the perfect spot. From the cupholders to the telescoping tilt wheel, the Accord is a very well engineered vehicle.

By AHS on July 27 @ 3:00 am
Awesome Ride!
This is my first Honda. It won't be my last. This EX w/ Leather and Navigation is a great car for the money. You won't be sorry you bought it.

By Damion on October 13 @ 3:00 am
Interesting
I really like the car. The only problem I can see is the fact that the instrument panel lights are too bright in the daylight. If you dim them, then you have to readjust whenever you use the headlights because the panel lights automatically dim. But the car is fun to drive and very comfortable on long trips. It have enough power to past in traffic and it's relatively quiet at highway speeds. I would highly recommend the Accord if your looking to only spend $20k.

By mattchristiani on July 9 @ 3:00 am
Stop looking and just go buy this car
You can read for yourself all the great things that this car is and all the great things this car can do from the other 600 reviews. Not a single one mentioned the fact that the car now has no antenna. The antenna is strung in the back window (another smart idea instead of the front window which is much more prone to be broken). I know it's the wrong maker but the saying coulden't ring truer ZOOM ZOOM!!!!

By Bruce (in CT) on July 9 @ 3:00 am
Great car. stiff (jittery) ride.
My previous car was a (great) 94 Accord LX 4 cylinder with auto transmission. My new 2003 (4 cylinder, LX, auto) has a much stiffer ride. Small bumps are felt. MSRP (with side air bags) was about $20,700. Invoice was about $18,700. I bought it for exactly $18,000 (+ $139 dealer conveyance fee + state sales tax). I drove a 2003 Camry for 2 weeks (rental) and if you want a smoother ride, I'd recommend the Camry. I must add that I am VERY please with my new Accord!

By jeremyridgway on April 4 @ 3:00 am
2003 honda accord ex manual
a great car just like the other two honda accords that i have had in the past

By Shade27 on April 4 @ 3:00 am
WOW !
After months of research and trying to be talked into looking at the Altima or G35, I went with reliability, owning an Accord for the past 15yrs, why mess with a good thing? after all '03 will proabaly the best year model...ask me in another 15 yrs !

By millwardo on April 4 @ 3:00 am
The Legend Returns?
This is our fourth Honda, previously owned 1970, 1988, 1999 and now 2003. In 1991 we bought an Acura Legend. I am surprised how similar in many respects the Accord is to the Legend. Interior dimensions are almost identical, the ride is very similar, but I think the interior design and quality is perhaps better. We were going to hold out for a V-6 with Navigation, but they were hard to come by, so we test drove the EX 4 Cylinder. For a retired couple the power is more than sufficient and the new 5-speed automatic transmission is silky-smooth.

By elderdon on December 30 @ 3:00 am
Best of 50
Before I bought this car, I test drove 50 other cars including 350Z, G35 and CTS. For the money the V6 ACCORD COUPE was the best performing car with rich appointments.

By pjm on September 25 @ 3:00 am
You Get More Than What you Pay For
I feel that the 2003 Honda Accord really hit the mark. The redesign of the Accord makes sense. You can barely hear the wind while driving at freeway speeds. The interior is quite and plush. I found that the drivers seat is extremely comfortable. The trunk is smaller than other trunks in it's class, however I feel the design of the trunk makes up for the lack of space. The 4 cyl. has more than enough power for any family sedan. Overall, I think that Honda has built a car that will last for years, for very little money.

By JEFF on June 21 @ 3:00 am
03 Accord EX V6
We bought this car in November after numerous transmission problems with our 1996 Ford Taurus. We decided to go for reliability, but what we got was MUCH more in return. The car is so amazing, so quiet and smoooooth. This is a car to take a road trip in, so smooth at high speeds. The amazing thing is the engine, the car is so quiet that you dont realize you just floored it and are now going 70. The interior is so amazing, very well laid out, I love the 6 disc in-dash changer and the heated seats.

By greg on June 21 @ 3:00 am
Another notch in the belt
I test drove everything in its class. The Mazda 6 was the only car that came close, but even it couldnt offer as many features. This car is so comfortable and fun to be in. I won't even start on the Nav system, which is simply amazing and no other car in its class has one at $26,000. As for performance, its a smooth shifter, takes all the corners well, suspension is a little hard rigth now. My recomendation, Go get one now, if you can find one.

By Jeff on June 21 @ 3:00 am
03 Accord EX V6
We bought this car in November after numerous transmission problems with our 1996 Ford Taurus. We decided to go for reliability, but what we got was MUCH more in return. The car is so amazing, so quiet and smoooooth. This is a car to take a road trip in, so smooth at high speeds. The amazing thing is the engine, the car is so quiet that you dont realize you just floored it and are now going 70. The interior is so amazing, very well laid out, I love the 6 disc in-dash changer and the heated seats.

By Iloveit on June 21 @ 3:00 am
This is it
I was ready to replace my 93 Camry. I have owned an 89 Camry and I still have a 98 Camry. Each time I bought the Camry, I compared it to the Accord. After almost flipping a coin to decide,each time I got the Camry. Just a safe choice. They are very nice cars. And hard not to like. This time I gave the 03 Accord a very long look. I tested the 03 Camry and it was another close call. Got the Accord. The car is just fun to drive. It has more zip and pizazz than the Camry. The 4 cylinder is very responsive. The ride is a little bit busier than I am used to in a Camry, but the more I drive it, the more I like it. And , I think it looks stunning too.

By doogie18 on June 21 @ 3:00 am
One of the Best Cars
I just got the Honda Coupe V6. This car moves. I’m very impressed with the speed and the handling of this car. I had a Toyota Solar V6, before this car and the Honda has much better performance. Over all I’m very impressed with the car.

By Greg on June 21 @ 3:00 am
Another notch in the belt
I test drove everything in its class. The Mazda 6 was the only car that came close, but even it couldnt offer as many features. This car is so comfortable and fun to be in. I won't even start on the Nav system, which is simply amazing and no other car in its class has one at $26,000. As for performance, its a smooth shifter, takes all the corners well, suspension is a little hard rigth now. My recomendation, Go get one now, if you can find one.

By wioody on March 17 @ 3:00 am
its a winner
i owned a camry but this time i bought the honda. it rides better and much more pep. very pleased!!! it comes fully equipped but it aint cheap. my only complaint is honda sholud offer free 5 year warranty.

By elvis on March 17 @ 3:00 am
awesome car
A great car! Leather interior is a must. Walked out the door under 24k plus extended warranty. Wait till the last day of the month to buy; it pays off. Have owned 85,89,91 acoords. This is by far the best yet. Couldn't justify 6-cyl over 4 for the price

By Stephenxxx on March 17 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord 2003
Much nicer than I expected, much quicker out of the gate. I bit disappointing on fuel efficiency, and the car died within two months! (Bad fuses). But Honda fixed it right away, and they were so embarrassed I thought one or two of the mechanics might commit hari kari. Fortunately, no one did.

By unclebruno on March 17 @ 3:00 am
nobody wants to ride shotgun
Bought this black beauty in the middle of a blizzard, so the first week was pretty tentative. Traction control and front wheel drive worked great though. Roads are drier now and we need to upgrade the radar detector immediately. What a comfortable, fun , powerful and well equipped car. We test drove cars for a few months until the Coupe arrived in the showrooms. As soon as we saw it, the only decision was 4cyl manual or V6 auto. Drove both, and love the 240hp and smooooooth shifting 5 speed auto trans. We'll be driving this for a long time with big smiles. Great value, great overall package.

By Kenbob47 on March 17 @ 3:00 am
Not So Happy
I read all the reviews and wonder if I got a well hidden wreck. Although I've had no mechanical problems, the wide variety of squeaks, rattles, chirps, etc. are about to drive me nuts. This is NOT the quality I've come to expect from Honda. I own a Honda motorcycle and even a Honda lawn mower and am constantly amazed with their quality. So what happened to my Accord? I'm so annoyed with the car I'm seriously considering trading it for a Mazda 6 after only 1-2 months of ownership.

By Old Grumpy on December 12 @ 3:00 am
one minor complaint
I'm very satisfied with the car. It handles beautifully, looks great, and I've had no complaints at all.

By default on December 12 @ 3:00 am
Best One Yet
The EX has a great mix of wheels 16"(alloy), ABS brakes (4 wheel disk), suspension and engine (160 hp 4cyl) that provide it with sure handling, power and gas economy. It's a terrific combination. A comfortable interior, great stereo, and sunroof are thrown in. I can't recall being happier with a new car. I had driven 5 sp. manuals for years and got the 5 sp. auto this time--very smooth. I haven't missed the manual transmission.

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