2004 Honda Accord

Honda Accord Consumer Reviews By Year:
2004 Honda Accord

NEW FOR 2004

As the model was fully redesigned for the 2003 model year, there are only a few changes on the 2004 Honda Accord. Availability of side curtain airbags has been expanded this year to four-cylinder EX models -- standard on those with leather, optional on cars with a cloth interior. All four- and six-cylinder EX models equipped with a leather interior now have XM Satellite Radio with three months of free service as standard equipment. And as with all Honda cars this year, a new seatbelt reminder system is standard. Accord models meeting California's stringent Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (PZEV) standards -- all four-cylinder sedans equipped with automatic transmission -- will also be sold in the states of New York, Maine, Vermont and Massachusetts.

PRO

Tight build quality, quiet cabin, refined and powerful engines, reputation for quality and durability, high crash test scores.

CON

Tepid handling doesn't match up to the 240-hp V6's promise of driving excitement.

944 Total User Reviews

Average Rating

By jfbwdogs on February 7 @ 11:00 am
Beautiful car
Very little difference from the 2003 except for the addition of XM satellite radio. A beautiful car with a great ride, and a very good price considering all the bells and whistles. Am very pleased with this purchase and plan to drive this car (our fourth Honda) for a very, very long time.

By ktwofouryou on November 3 @ 11:00 am
sweet car
What a grat car..it feels like a bmx 5 series!!!! and i olny payer 25k

By Sobek on November 3 @ 11:00 am
Just One Week Old...
I drive very little but wanted a solid and safe car. The 2004 Honda Accord EX-L (leather) has side, curtain air bags which I wanted for added safety. After testing the Mazda 6i (wasn't very refined with 4 cyl. engine and automatic, but great brakes, handling, and ride) and the Toyota Camry LE (as boring as taking a bus--oversoft suspension and soft brake pedal feel),I drove the Honda Accord and thought it was clearly the best car among those I considered.

By AccordKing on April 25 @ 11:00 am
Great Car!
WoW, This car is awesome. Best bang for the buck ever. Luxury car at a decent price.

By GAT on October 16 @ 11:00 am
Review
Excellent handing and ride. Mileage has been great for a car this comfortable.

By nvlav8r on July 12 @ 11:00 am
TSX Compromise
Had been looking at the new Acura TSX. I know it has 40 more horsepower than the 4 cylinder Accord, but that couldn't justify the $4000 savings I got by buying the Accord. The Accord will probably maintain its resale value just as well. The Honda dealer was willing to deal, and the Acura dealer was not. Very happy with the $500 over invoice deal.

By bob ffrom CT on April 8 @ 11:00 am
Just Bought my first Honda :-)))
After considering the Passat and the option to buy a used BMW, Audi, etc. I settled on the 2004 Accord EX/V-6. I just picked it up this weekend. It came in PERFECT condition. XM radio is great. I bought it from Metro Honda in RI - GREAT place to buy a car - straight talk and honest! It has all of the bells and whistles one could ask for and is VERY reasonably priced. (Not to mention the good feeling knowing that there are 8 airbags in it - just in case). The V-6 really moves this machine! Safety, good performance and good price - what else could I ask for!

By stap123 on June 25 @ 11:00 am
Beats the Camry SE or XLE Hands down
Just bought 2004 EX with side curtain airbags (N/A on the 2003 Accord EX with cloth seats) for $22,999 out the door with all fees included. We also looked at a Camry SE and XLE, Hyundai Sonata. The Camry was closest, the Sonata is just a different class. The extra real life 7-8mpg, the 60% after 5 years resale value of the Honda sealed the deal. If you are looking at a 2003, look carefully at an ‘04. You get a new model year for a small bump in price and for us, the side curtain airbags (plus regular side airbags) were key. Ride is smooth and a bit more connected to the road than Camry.

By PhysiciansInc. on June 7 @ 11:00 am
Traded in my Mercedes
For the last 15 years I have driven Mercedes Benz automobiles. Honestly it was part of my image, I took tremendous pride in the appearance of my vehicle a 500SL convertible which I had paid over 85k. At 46k miles I experienced several mechanical breakdowns so I took it to the dealer without any help: Fustrated I rented a enterprise rental vehicle (a honda Accord) to drive 500miles I was so happy I sold my mercedes and purchased this flawless Accord with Navigation system. I must admit I don't get the thumbs up from passers bye but the overall confidence of this vehicle and predictability factor is worth it!!..

By marvin jenkins on March 3 @ 11:00 am
Excellent
Since the first day at the dealership I have loved my Honda. Honda's have been in my family for years and we can't see ourselves driving anything else.If I could have afforded two I would have bought another but for now one is enough.

By baer757 on August 24 @ 11:00 am
First Honda and I'm happy
Being in sales I drive a lot of miles over the course of a year. I've had my 2004 EX-L for two weeks and love it so far. For the money the comfort is great. I'm getting about 30 miles combined highway and city miles which I thought would be around three or four miles higher, however; in all fairness I need to check it on a dedicated road trip to see if it improves.

By jco on August 24 @ 11:00 am
No Better Car for the Money
Smooth ride, powerful 4-cyl, 36mpg on first tank of fuel, there is no better car for the money. The leather car we bought with XM radio seems like it fits more in a entry level luxury class than a family sedan. For 23K OTD you will not find a better buy. No complaints whatsoever.

By KEN PATTERSON on February 14 @ 11:00 am
I LOVE MY CAR
THIS IS AN EXCELLENT CAR. FINEST CAR MADE ON AMERICAN SOIL. I LIKE IT ALOT

By PAUL BAMBACH on February 14 @ 11:00 am
2004 ACCORD
THE 2004 ACCORD IS BY FAR AND AWAY THE BEST SEDAN ON THE ROAD. VERY PLEASED

By chipper99 on November 10 @ 11:00 am
Love it!!
Only had it for one day, but extatic....planned on buying Infinit G35, or Acura TSX. We can do alot with the extra cash, and bought an awsome car!

By 6SpdAccordFan on May 2 @ 11:00 am
Best Shopping Expierience...
This new Accord v-6 6 spd is unbievable. It drives smoother than anything else i compared it to (maxima, solara, is300, c320) The best part of buying my new car was he dealership I purchased it at. Gregg Martella my salesman was outstanding in understanding my needs and finding me the car that met all my needs. Herb Chambers in Burlington.

By bfleshner on May 2 @ 11:00 am
4 dr Ferrari
We traded up from the 2002 EX V6, an excellent car. But now it's like wow! The sound system is better. The navigation system. The interior room even larger. Performance with the 240hp V6 is breathtaking. The ride is more sportier this year with 16"wheels and a tighter suspension but still very comfortable. The drive by wire(no throttle cable) actually gives smoother throttle response, especially from a stop. Dual climate control is heaven. You can have the vehicle do or change whatever you want it to do just by asking it. Great voice recognition and the trip computer with all its various function are great.

By Jim Platteter on January 27 @ 11:00 am
This car is INSANE!
Bought the car from a freind of my brother at a Chicag dealership and just drove it back home to Boston. A 1,000-mile drive is a pretty good crash course in what a car is like. I considered them all, but this car is INSANE! The power of the 3.0L V6 is just beyond words. The design and attention to detail is a cut above whatever's #2 in this class. This car is an Acura in all but name. I got it in white with the tan interior. People ooh and ahh when they see it. She's a beauty.

By Acidwire on January 27 @ 11:00 am
Excellent Vehicle!
If I were to write a detailed review... I would go on for days. This machine is at the top of its class. It is stylish, comfortable and sporty at an extremely affordable price tag. The interior is roomy with plenty of leg and head room for both driver and passengers. The car looks beautiful from the outside. The driving is amazing. I have a 4 cylinder engine, but it provides me with more than enough speed and power for driving in the city and on the highway. This car is a must have for people who like to be pampered, but do not have the budget to get a BMW or Mercedez.

By janky43 on January 27 @ 11:00 am
Great Car...lacks features
Honda needs to add improvements before competitors catch up with all their standard features. An EX should have many features regardless if its EX EXL or EXV6. The V6 is way too pricey but when compared toa camry xle 4 cyl. (which has more useful features than the accord) the camry is a lot more less pricewise, but id have to admit. it sucks driving it. so kudos to honda for making a great machine that only sips fuel, but features are a little lackluster. Cmon they need those gassy support hydraulic hood things, those manual rods can get really dangerous...its an EX HONDA!!! it needs better thoguht to other details as well.

By New Honda Fan on July 20 @ 11:00 am
First Honda
I never thought I would buy a Honda but when I first saw the options availabe on the new Accords I was very impressed. The nav system really grabbed my attention. The ride is smooth and comfortable while still giving that in control sporty feel. It has more horse power than most other cars in its class and it comes through when you hit the pedal. The car is actually for my wife as I am a Ford Truck man, but I really like to drive this car. The final item to put me over the top was the price, I could never get into another car with as many great features for the $27k I paid. I only have about five hundred miles on the car so far but have no second thoughts.

By Pragmatic on July 20 @ 11:00 am
The EX V6 offers nothing less than
a Lexus ES330 and is costing $7000 less. This is the car for people like me who is pragmatic and does not care much about showing off with a lexus name.

By Hondaguy on January 10 @ 11:00 am
Much More Than I Paid For
Again Honda proves that it makes the most sensible mid-sized car. It is a great design with great quality execution. I have owned several Accords, and presently also own an 02 Accord. Though I was initially hesitant about the unconventional looks of this latest design,I am more than won over by the aerodynamics, safety, fuel economy, low emissions, interior room, and acceleration. The car was delivered with zero defects. With Honda you get much more than you pay for and as a bonus you also have great resale.

By ehawkins on October 6 @ 11:00 am
Very Best Choice
Wife totaled our Lexus, (just a small bruise). Did about 6 weeks of research. Honda always came out on top. only about 200 miles on it, no complaints so far. I like it better than the Lexus, for about $10,000 less. The 240hp will flat move you on down the road. Takes a few days to get use to the Nav,CD and radio controls. Nav is awesome, and I really like the XM Radio. Buy it, you won't be sorry.

By jp1234 on October 6 @ 11:00 am
Disappointing
Overall this is a great car, but a few major flaws have made me an unsatisfied owner. My Accord EX now has just over 3,000 miles and rattles like a ten year old jalopy. The rear seat, headliner, driver and passenger windows and doors, and dashboard all rattle all the time. I am actually embarrassed to have passengers ride in my new car. I have owned two problem free Honda cars in the past and was really excited to get my new one. I bought this for its quality, and now I am dissappointed because of it.

By Richard Murphy on July 3 @ 11:00 am
I love this car!!!
My Accord EX V6 is an outstanding vehicle. Offering high quality and value at a reasonable cost. Its as good as a BMW at slightly more than half the cost. I love the performance and sport-like handling. 0-60 mph is less than 7 seconds, while economy is 21/31 mpg City/Hwy., what a great combination!!

By jrkstl on July 3 @ 11:00 am
2nd Accord - Still in LOVE!
This 2004 model is the second Accord that I've owned, and my love affair has only grown! The newest generation offers surprisingly more than my 2001 model with the same trim, and the power increase so far seems dramatic. The interior fit and finish is flawless, and in black leather looks way more expensive than it is. While the body style of the 4 door isn't for everyone, I think Honda got the Coupe just right. It seems smaller on the outside, but much larger inside. I love this car!

By Lefty3489 on March 29 @ 11:00 am
Honda comes through again!
After having had three Lexus ES300's I decided to take a look at the new Accord V6. It was so smooth and comfortable I could not justify the extra $10K for another Lexus, particularly since I don't like the new body style of the Lexus.

By Honda Hugger on September 19 @ 11:00 am
Nothing but excellence
The 2004 drives great and fits like a glove. From the moment you climb aboard you feel in control of something special. It handles great and has plenty of juice when you need to pass that annoying slow poke in the left- hand lane.

By Heidar on June 15 @ 11:00 am
The best Honda Ever
This car is totally different with previous version (I owned a 2002 accord coupe). Mine has lots of power and feels like a German car. I enjoy driving it everywhere. I always bought Honda because of the market value but this time I think I made a good choice.

By accord_rocks on June 15 @ 11:00 am
Love it!!!!!
Just got a 2004 Accord coupe ex-V6. have been driving it and it just doesn't wanna stop! if you are into big engines, this one is the way to go. simply, no regrets.

By samm97 on June 15 @ 11:00 am
Fun Car
Impressive car, surprising 4 cylinder, feels like a small 6. comfortable, easy to drive, responsive handling, comfortable on small trips . ( haven't done any long trips yet.)Head light ilumination great. Steering wheel radio controls great! Back seat has enough leg rm( I'm 6 foot tall) I Love this car! so much fun to drive!

By odarabla on March 11 @ 11:00 am
Thanks Honda
This car has to be the best midsized car I ever drove. Good performance combined with good styling and handling makes this car a dream of driveing.

By antatrumo on December 6 @ 11:00 am
fine car
I just purchased my 2004 blcak ex-l. I am very impressed with this car. Our last accord was a new black ex-l in late 2000 which was traded in 1 year later for a 2002 honda odyssey. Amont the previously unavailable features of the older accords, the new tan leather interior in very luxurious, and the wood inserts are very tasteful. we are very happy with this beautiful car, and this is our 5th honda automobile in the last 6 years.

By Vannareth on September 1 @ 11:00 am
Excellent value, but ho-hum feeling.
Everything about the 04 Accord Sedan works well as expected...so much so that it almost has no character. The engine is exceptionally quiet and it coasts at 70mph at a little over 2000 RPM. WOW! The front seats are good, but not great like those on the SAAB that I am so used to. There was wind noise at high speed. The speakers sound cheap and I found myself wishing for a replacements. That said the general day-to-day operation of this car is so ever effortlessly easy and that is its greatest virtue. I can live with this car knowing that it will be reliable and efficient, w/o being too boring, and that is exactly what I was looking for.

By Mark_S on May 28 @ 11:00 am
Poor Relability
This is the second time in two months the car goes back to the shop! All problems have been electrical!

By dasprof on August 14 @ 11:00 am
Great car!
Simply a great car. Bought for the wife. Lots of airbags. Good power to efficiency ratio. Low road noise.

By wesgrl on May 10 @ 11:00 am
I LOVE MY CAR
Now granted I went from a manual everything stick shift Dogde Neon but this car is excellent. It gets the same gas mileage that my neon did, it handles nicely, it's a solid smooth ride. I don't even know it when I do 95MPH, not that I have done it officer! I am definetly a Honda girl for life!

By Exec on February 4 @ 11:00 am
A little disappointed
You can't beat a Honda. We know we got a car that will carry us through, but we're a little disappointed with what seems to be sloppy engineering of the interior and inattention to fine details (see below).

By Komal J on October 31 @ 11:00 am
very reliable car
We test drove several cars such as WV Jetta, Mazda 6, Toyota Celica, BUT we chose to buy Honda Accord. Has high safety ratings. Very reliable and comfortable car. Looks great and drives wonderful. Manager of Honda Rosen was very curteous and helpful, who worked out a best price for us.

By chelle23 on October 31 @ 11:00 am
honda is number 1
this is my 3rd honda.i just love these cars they are wonderful.i just traded my '99 in for the 2004,and i love it.

By Jon in VA on October 31 @ 11:00 am
Best seller keeps getting better!
Couldn't decide on Accord or '04 Solara, but I made ABSOLUTE right choice w/ the HONDA. The Solara's only advantage: more roomy. It feels like I'm driving an ACURA TL-S w/ the powerful V6 & build quality. The suspension could be a lil stiffer on the 5spd AUTO model, but it's not too soft, It gives it a luxury-car feel. Leather seats way more comfy than Mazda6 seats & the Honda 3.0L V6 outperforms in power & response to the Mazda6 EVEN with 5spd MANUAL! It looks like a Benz from the rear w/ the dual exhaust & tail lights. XM radio is the best, esp w/ FREE activation & 3mo trial period. Honda/Acura voice activated navi is BY FAR the best in industry!

By lena on October 31 @ 11:00 am
HONDA ACCORD
I LOVE MY HONDA ACCORD., I AM A REPEAT BUYER AFTER TRYING OUT A FORD TAURUS, WHICH I WAS DISAPPOINTED WITH. (I HAD A 1997 HONDA TOO) .. I WILL NEVER OWN ANOTHER CAR BESIDES A HONDA !

By dickg on October 31 @ 11:00 am
A mixed bag at best.
After 8 years in the Dodge Stratus/Chrysler Cirrus genre, I bought my first Accord. Acceleration was great but the bumpy ride and wide turning are inferior to the previous Mopars. Headlamps are incredibly bright. Fit and finish, upholstery, the small trunk and outdated trunk design leave room for improvement. Ditto for the expensive keys and inability to use power ports unless the car is on. Powertrain warranty is the worst of any major manufacturer. Interior had foul smell. Dealer tried to upsell.

By Jon E B on October 31 @ 11:00 am
Best-seller just keeps getting better!
Couldn't decide on Accord or '04 Solara, but I made ABSOLUTE right choice w/ the HONDA. The Solara's only advantage: more roomy. It feels like I'm driving an ACURA TL-S w/ the powerful V6 & build quality. The suspension could be a lil stiffer on the 5spd AUTO model, but it's not too soft, It gives it a luxury-car feel. Leather seats way more comfy than Mazda6 seats & the Honda 3.0L V6 outperforms in power and response to the Mazda6 EVEN with 5spd MANUAL! It looks like a Benz from the rear w/ the dual exhaust & tail lights. XM radio is the best, esp w/ FREE activation & 3mo trial period. Voice activated navi by Honda/Acura is BY FAR the best in industry!

By Magilla on July 27 @ 11:00 am
Two weeks old
I looked at the Altima, Passat and Accord. I'm really happy I went with the Accord. Very soft leather and interior feel is excellent.

By lotustwo on July 27 @ 11:00 am
I Love my Accord V-6
I love this V-6. It is my second..upgrade from 98 V-6 :The first model. This is a very smooth riding and quiet car. Has alot of power. Hardin Honda was great. Renaldo was my sales person. $400 under MSRP. I also had teflon coating. What an upgrade! the body just glows.

By cyn on July 27 @ 11:00 am
Love my honda
This is my 3rd Accord, and it is the best so far. I love the changes they have made to the new 2003 models.

By Unhappyowner on April 23 @ 11:00 am
A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing.....
Honda told me the drastic hesitation experienced after negotiating a turn at an intersection and applying the accelerator normally is just the way the car is engineered, for economy, not all around performance. Don't be fooled by the car's looks! That consistant hesitation ruins the entire experience. From a dead stop there is no problem but if you are coasting or breaking and transition to acceleration you WILL feel the hesitation! Check the trim where the doors meet the windows on the coupe. Look for wrinkles in the glossy film covering the trim piece.

By Hesham on January 17 @ 11:00 am
GREAT Value!
I fell in love with this car ever since I saw the spy photos more than a year ago. I took it out for a test- drive and it went up and beyond my expectations. It rides like a dream and, for a 4-cylinder, it's pretty quick! Its Euro-like interior and comfortable leather seats makes you feel like you got WAY more than what you paid for. If you're looking to get a car in this class, you definitely can't go wrong with the Accord. I used to own a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant, I've driven the Toyota Camry, and I've test- driven the Mazda 6; None of them compare to the Accord.

By tdk1 on January 17 @ 11:00 am
'03 Accord V6
Have owned several Honda's and '03 is a nice improvement over previous. Quiet and smooth ride. Transmission shifting is very smooth.

By Mark5121 on October 13 @ 11:00 am
The Best of the Best
First a word of advice... save up for the Honda Accord EX with Navigation. While it seems like a $1950 toy it just SEEMS that way. It is an AMAZING total computer...not just a route-finder like so many others. Now onto the vehicle as a whole. You will not find a vehicle in the 24-26k range (after haggling) that comes close to this car in any way. In fact I would put it up against any BMW 3 series and a substantial test drive will have you feeling the same.

By mdsrd on October 13 @ 11:00 am
Accord Rocks!
The EX, V6 pushes out 240 hp for the thrill of your life! Not bad for a Honda. From doing internet searches to 12 different dealers, was able to get car for $200 under invoice. Call Angelia at College Park Honda - great customer service. This is my third honda and the best one yet!

By jebinc1 on October 13 @ 11:00 am
EX V6 w/XM and Navi
03 vs. 04 seat belt warning system and automatic front air bag deactivation system upgraded Navi DVD and software (20030629). For example, elevation is now accurate to 10 feet. XM is really nice. I never thought I would ever pay for radio, but I just might when the free three month OEM package expires. The drivers seat hip support is much softer. Electric seat are smoother running. On the 03 the seat edge was very firm/stiff. NO RATTLES in the 04. The 03 that I had was a rattle trap. The car suspension seems more compliant and it feels to me to ride much smoother AND quieter. Fit and finish seems much improved (tight gaps).

By C-130Driver on April 5 @ 11:00 am
Honda Accord LX
Great car, the styling and ergonomics are good. I like the availability of a 5 speed manual trans. The day I bought the car I took it on a 700 mile road trip and got 37 miles per gallon. Not bad for a fullsize car. The car is quiet and handles great. Just what I'd expect from a Honda.

By link on April 5 @ 11:00 am
Honda is the Best
Honda is the number one import in my opinion, especially now that I have purchased the latest model Accord. I have now learned why they have been labeled the number one import vehicle.

By Very Very Unhappy on December 30 @ 11:00 am
Bad Sales Service Norm Reeves
Car has paint defeat when purchase. Dealer said it was just dirty. Took in 2 times to dealer. one was for a day. The 2nd car was left for for a week. White spot on paint. Services center said it need to be repainted. Car less then 2week old. Alarm & tint was install elsewhere from dealer for about $300. Sale manager very rude. Will not refund the $300 but only the replaced with a new car. Was told to remove it ourself. Didn't accept dealer offer. Wrote to honda motors. Its been about 7 bussiness days & still waiting. Will not purchase another Honda again. We have 4 honda at home. BS. Beware Norm Reeves Honda!

By moose on September 26 @ 11:00 am
Better than ever
The accord just does what I want it to do -- It starts every time, drives with some fun and spirit, never breaks, and even looks a little racey.

By ampang701 on September 26 @ 11:00 am
Hard to beat the Honda Accord at $25K
Very smooth, very quiet, excellent interior for a car that costs $25K. Controls and switches are best-in-any- class. The engine, always Honda's forte, is incredible. Seats are a big improvement over previous generations and might be the best car seats I've ever experienced. Exterior styling is OK, except the rear-view (of the 4dr sedan) needs to be reconsidered.

By barbra1030 on September 26 @ 11:00 am
not sorry i bought it
after waiting 13 years to buy another car (with the expectation that i will have this car for quite a while, as well) i decided on the accord EX-L. i did a lot of researching and test drove a number of cars before settling on the accord. i am very happy with it. it handles really well and gas mileage is phenomenal, especially in my situation where i do a lot of short trips vs regular highway driving. there is a lot of interior storage, which my previous car was sadly missing, so i no longer have to store my sunglasses jammed between the seat and the console. i'm not second guessing my decision.

By juliekayt on September 26 @ 11:00 am
Awsome
I simply love it! It gives you the feel of luxury without the $, yet it is sporty. A real head turner.

By Jeremy21 on September 26 @ 11:00 am
Hondsa Accord
This car is so crucial I just love the style and make of this car.I had to get one all of my freinds have them.

By DMW on September 26 @ 11:00 am
04 Accord
I have the car just over a month and put 3500 miles on it. Performance of the 4 cylinder is amazing. Any more power that you get from the 6 is a waste of gas, this car flies and on 70mph trip I got 35 mpg. It's not a sports car but its pretty sporty if you are looking for a family sedan.

By blh on December 13 @ 11:00 am
Why didn't I get one of these years ago!
I am hooked on Honda. I have always had an "American" car. I must say I have been missing out. For $4000 less than a new GM sedan I got better mileage and a better value. The little things that make the usefullness of this car is outstanding. From the double pass through back seat, the all in one key fob, the valet security features, and of course the safety.

By Limestone on December 13 @ 11:00 am
Didn't even mean to buy it....
I went out today to buy my pregnant wife a 2003 CRV. We got to the dealership, drove it, then told the sales guy to write it up. The guy suggested that I take my wife out in an Accord while he did his thing so we took off in a totally loaded 04 with everything possible but the Nav. I fell in love immediately and when we got back I told him to work up some numbers on this one as well... his eyes lit up and we left the dealership with both vehicles. I love this car, and I was about to pull the trigger on a brand new 325i. For the 10K I saved, this car blows the bimmer away in value and performance, and comes really close in handling.

By EugeneC on December 13 @ 11:00 am
Wow - what a great car !!!
I just picked up an '04 4dr Accord LX- V6, and what a fantastic car ! It's power is truly amazing, and I have yet to really lean on the accelerator. It is very quiet on the highway, and has responsive handling, even though it weighs about 300 lbs more than a 4 cylinder. Accelerating onto the highway is so very easy - the engine barely breathes. One would be hard-pressed to find a better value than the Honda V6.

By jtrt on December 13 @ 11:00 am
Love my Honda
The look is so stylish. The new exterior with grat interior and beautiful! I love the way the car feels and looks. My Honda is great on gas getting 400 miles to a tank. Affordable, stylish and dependable. I look forward to seeing at least 200k with this car.

By Silvio Narvid on December 13 @ 11:00 am
Honda's are the best!
I love Honda Accords with the Navagation system because it is voice activated so it is more convienent.

By Joe_Edmunds on September 8 @ 11:00 am
The quality of the car and the dealer
Problem in first 10300 miles: 1. SRS system. 2. Seat belt failure. 3. Multiplex computer unit failure. 4. Excessive Rattle. 5. Unknown cause of Engine light 6. Bad experience with the dealership. This is Honda's fault of choosing dealerships with such low standards.

By scout on September 8 @ 11:00 am
Scout's Rating
I traded in my 1990 VW Jetta, looking for a sporty four door sedan that would be comfortable for 4 adults whether travelling to evening shows or bicycling events. I find the car extremely fun to drive. It has great exceleration and corners well. The seats are wonderfully comfortable and don't put pressure on the tail-bone.

By whybee1st on April 11 @ 3:00 am
Honda doesn't honor its warranties
Loud noise when on idle and when you are stopped on the drive shift (roaring noise, close to a diesel engine) and that since the first 500 miles.The front windshield has stress points, causing it to crack, they didn't honor it, were rude and arrogant. Early on the breaks were making noise,they were aware of the defect but refused to fix it under the warranty. Another break problem(I use original Honda break pads) every 10,000 miles screeching sounds starts and vibrating movements occurs when applying the breaks; the rotors gets wavy surface and needs resurfacing every time the break pads are changed and goes bad shortly after.

By EHFLA on June 29 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
I spent a few weeks researching what to get for my next car. I looked at the usual suspects and kept coming back to the Accord. I've owned two Honda's in the past so I was comfortable with the idea of getting another one. I have a family so safety is important to me, so after doing some research I decided an EX with Side Curtain Airbags (SCA) was what I wanted. I had some trouble finding one but this past weekend I was at my local dealer and found one on the lot. I got it for 21,600 and I'm very happy. This is a great car for the money, the drive-train and build quality is second to none. If your thinking about an Accord get it, you wont be disappointed.

By Geechieg on June 29 @ 3:00 am
Great Car but.........
I find the 4 cylinder LX to be a great car for my personal needs. It has most of the options one could want standard. The steering is quick and responsive. The brakes are firm and reasuring. The manaul height adjuster on the driver seat is a great touch. The five speed automatic is very smooth, no sudden jerks or lunges at take off. My dealer experience was superb. I would highly recomend this car to anyone looking for a midsize sedan.

By No More Hondas on March 26 @ 3:00 am
Honda goes the way of Detroit
This is the 4th Honda I have owned, 91,93,02 and now a 03 EX V6 Accord Sedan. This car is dangerous and should be recalled by the Federal government. Steering wheel vibrations, steering drift and suspension are totally unacceptable. Will dump this car as soon as I can. Reminds me of my 75 Dodge Charger another disaster. Honda warranty a joke. Back to Infinity for me. A Sonta would be a better choice.

By Pasquales on March 26 @ 3:00 am
It has some inprovements to be made.
I sell real estate and I get a lot of compliments on the car. As a full time driver with 30-35 thousand miles a year on a car I am in this automobile a lot. There is a clunking sound when you turn corners, back up a distinctive shift clunk! I hate that about this car.The second thing I did not like was the navigation system was not up to date. Any street that is 5 years or more was indicated on the system, but new things are not. They tell me the disks are updated every 5 years. In a area where there are new subdivisions and it constantly grows you need more up to date CD’s. On star gives live up to the minute information.

By blair545 on September 15 @ 3:00 am
nice powerful car
this car is great

By jasondd on September 15 @ 3:00 am
My new car breaks in less than one week
Honda really need do something to maintain its reputation now. I never expect that my new bought car shut down suddenly on highway due to the charger failure. How could this happen????

By SUANN on March 8 @ 3:00 am
ONE FAST HONDA
I WAS NOT TO MUCH FOR THE EXTERIOR STYLING...BUT THE INSIDE IS GREAT AND THE PERFORMANCE IS OUT OF THIS WORLD FOR A HONDA ACCORD!!!

By milk359 on March 8 @ 3:00 am
Awesome POWER
Great power, but lacks in handling.

By Accord in Marin CA on August 29 @ 3:00 am
Exceptional Vehicle V6 Accord EX!
This car has it all! Totally impressed. The ride, the power, the comfort! Drove the 2004 Acura TL & TSX,BMW 3 series, & the Lexus 330ES. Have owned Nissans and would not buy again. No need to spend 7-10K more to obtain the quality of the 2004 EX Accord in another vehilce unless your ego needs the snob appeal our you are trying to impress the 19 year old valet a your favorite restaurant

By grizzleybear98 on August 29 @ 3:00 am
Poor Materials and Build Quality
Got 800 miles on it. Been to dealer to correct issues. Interior headliner improperly fit and of inferior material; rattles and squeaks in dashboard corrected at least temporarily. Odd noise in steering on return to center (sounds like a plastic tube is untwisting) yet to be corrected. Build quality far below my previous 5 Hondas, particularly on the interior. Strange exhaust noise that dealer says is not a leak; sure sounds like a leak. Several paint flaws in front bumper -- paint budbble became pock marks. Dealer is being helpful as possible, but problems remain. Not like the Honda quality from days of old.

By Rob49 on August 29 @ 3:00 am
An awesome vehicle
Traded in a 2001 Accord EX 4cyl for the 04' EX V6, and can only say that the new Accord is awesome. Ride is a bit stiffer and more sports like. Leather interior is great and XM satelite radio is an excellent system and a good alternative to CDs. Am 6'4" and there is ample leg room and seats are very supportive. Best feature is the 240 hp V6. It is very smooth, quiet and really responsive. Veh is an excellent value overall.

By Hugolia Boftolofty on May 25 @ 3:00 am
ExHondallent
this car is terrific!!!!Built for everyone!!!!!Try-it and love-it!Promise A+ It shifted beautifully and I felt like a king!!

By Walleye Bill on February 18 @ 3:00 am
Total Value
Bought another Honda. This makes the sixth Honda product my family (3 people) has purchased over 15 years. The EX V6 with Navi has all the goodies. The biggest improvement is the silky smooth transmission, now a 5 speed, power and rigidity. Its simply a ball to drive! Why pay $35-$40,000 when you can get the whole package for under $27,000.

By Mike Quinn on February 18 @ 3:00 am
New Accord LX w/V6
This car has much more interior room and trunk space than my 94 Accord, though the car isn't as sexy looking. The V-6 engine has more power than I can use and has provided the "midlife crisis" excitement I wanted without sacrificing 4 doors and seating for 5. The stereo with CD-changer is great. Driving comfort is unmatched. Reliability is - you know - Honda. The breaks are great but a little sticky in initial touch.

By immortaldee on February 18 @ 3:00 am
i love my HONDA ACCORD
THE BEST CAR UNDER 30,000 IN THE WORLD. YOU CAN BET YOUR HOUSE THAT THIS CAR WILL GET YOU FROM POINT A TO POINT B IN ANY TYPE OF CONDITION.

By Deen on November 15 @ 3:00 am
2004 Accord EX V6
I would give this vehicle an overall 8.5 out of 10 for a car in this category. It's definitely fun to drive and a good improvement from the '02/'03 models. I think Honda should add more luxury features and try to make it more of a sports vehicle. Otherwise, not a bad ride!

By Seth Pennington on August 11 @ 3:00 am
Problems since day 1
My wife and I have only had are new Honda for exactly 1 month today, and we have already had our car towed back to the dealership twice. The first time our fuel injector went out on the vechicle while we were driving it on the interstate. Less than a week after getting the car back we had new problem and gauges had to be replaced. This is our first Honda. We purchased this vehicle because we wanted a reliable car that we would be able to count on for along time come to find out we weren't even able to count on it in the first month. Beware!!!

By jhk on August 11 @ 3:00 am
Safety
I had the car for two weeks, and loved every second of it...Vrrrm Vrrrm and so comfortable. Then some !%#$!@ rear ended me HARD! The passenger compartment was complete unaffected, even though my rear bumper is in the middle of the trunk. I doubt the body shop will make as good as new, however I will by another.

By Don Johnson on May 7 @ 3:00 am
Honda's Best
I researched several other cars, including the Camry, Impala, Malibu, Mazda 6, Nissan Altima, to name a few and no other vehicle even came close to gaining my allegience. Myself, my wife and 3 kids test drove a 2004 Camry over to the Honda dealership, but after getting out and looking just at the sexy body style, simultaneously said "you might as well take the Camry back to the dealership", because it was a no brainer decision. The Accord is far more appealing inside and out. I paid $14,500 for my '89 Accord Coupe LXi 15 years ago and just paid $23,200 for a loaded 2004 Accord EX-L with XM Radio. The Honda Accord is still the best value on the market!

By Jamari on May 7 @ 3:00 am
Second Time Around
This is my second Honda Accord EX. My first was a 1998. I actually like the body type of the 1998 better than the 2003. However, I like the additional ammenities in the 2003 better. The ride is fantastic. You would never guess you are driving a 4 cylinder car. I love it!

By rs on May 7 @ 3:00 am
my honda
my honda is reliable, fast when I need the acceleration,comfortable,service is good most of the time. great engine,0- 60 is fine.like the heated seat's,the sound quality of the stereo could be better and so could the speaker's. overall the car is fun and for the money, the best in it's price range.

By Martha Myers on May 7 @ 3:00 am
MmmyersAccord2004
This is a great car. Far surpassed the 2003 model I traded in.

By ML2004 on May 7 @ 3:00 am
New redesign is awesome!
I leased a 2000 Accord and traded in for the new Accord. It is completely redesigned and has more power and features than its predecessor. New features such as a 160hp V-4, remote keyless entry, AM/FM/CD are just some of the reasons as well as Honda's reliability. Great car, guys!

By OTAY on May 7 @ 3:00 am
Great car with a few rattles
This is an unbelievable car at this price. That being said it has interior rattels. Most notably from the dash but also the sunroof. As much as I hate to do it, the dashboard rattles have become bad enouth that I'm going to have the dealer take it apart. This may just be new model growing pains and hopefully will be corrected on the 04. This seems to be a common problem on the 03 coupe.

By Cardell on February 1 @ 3:00 am
Super car
I am 69 years old and have owned many different makes and mods of automobiles/pickups/SUV's in my life. Top of the line usually. I just bought a new Honda Accord EX and must say I have never owned a better car. I Love it.My gal pal does too. Thanks Honda.

By F HOFFMAN on February 1 @ 3:00 am
ACCORDingly the best
THIS IS MY 7TH HONDA(6TH ACCORD) EACH HAS BEEN BETTER THAN THE LAST

By jaustinjr on February 1 @ 3:00 am
Great Ride
Great mix of handleing and comfort

By nikki Crawford on February 1 @ 3:00 am
Honda Accord is Awesome
We love our Honda. It gets great gas mileage. We love the way it drives

By Mohammad Turan Yurak on October 28 @ 3:00 am
Excellent Car
I have an excellent experience with my Accord, Don't try it, buy it you'll enjoy it.

By ralfy on July 24 @ 3:00 am
Car
The car is very good looking and a chick magnet. I really like cruising in my car, especially at night!

By Jim Garfield on January 14 @ 3:00 am
$40k car for $27k
Wow! Exceeds all expectations. Luxurious, moderately sporty, good fun level. Excellent fuel economy on reg.grade gas. No return to dealer needed in 14k miles.It feels like a 40 thousand dollar car and I paid 13k less than that.

By AMY HESLER on January 14 @ 3:00 am
HONDA ACCORD
I WAS PREVIOUSLY IN A V-6 2000 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX. I THOUGHT MY CAR DROVE ADEQUATELY UNTIL I GOT INTO THE 2004 HONDA ACCORD. THIS CAR HAS A LOT OF "GET UP" FOR A 4 CYLINDER AUTOMATIC!!! IT RIDES COMFORTABLY AND SMOOTH WITHOUT ALL THE ROAD NOISE. I WAS VERY IMPRESSED WITH THIS VEHICLE! WITH THE AWESOME AERODYNAMICS INTERIORLY AND THE SLEEKNESS OF THE EXTERIOR, YOU CAN'T BEAT IT FOR THE AFFORDABLE PRICE!!!!

By USAONE on July 6 @ 3:00 am
2004 Honda Accord Ex w/ Nav & XM Radio
Only a few hundred miles and I can tell you that this is absolutely the best car I have ever owned. I was so against the four cylinder engine that I wasn't even going to look at it.One test drive with Fred at Weymouth Honda and I was convinced. Fred was right,the 4 cylinder was "plenty of power,after all,how fast do you really think you need to drive?" This car is incredibly nice, well put together and a ton of fun to drive. The XM radio is really nice, but Navigation is the best option you NEED to have. Buy one...go see Fred at Weymouth Honda and tell him I sent you! He was excellent! 781-337- 7400.

By Stripe on July 6 @ 3:00 am
Paid Great Price
Bought a 2004 EX V-6 Sedan painted white. White is the best color, for when you add makeup to the car, like a woman, she looks beautiful. The seating comfort is unreal--very comfortable. I also own a 1999 Accord V-6 Sedan, and it can't compare to my 2004. The V-6 power in the 2004 is unreal, especially when passing another vehicle on the highway. The gas mileage is even better then my 1999. However, Honda could have done a better job on the design. One more thing, when I start the car, it sounds like I am starting a 4 cyl. My 1999 sounds completely different.

By Gulf on July 6 @ 3:00 am
Surprised at Honda!!
I have just had this Honda Accord for 6 weeks. I first noticed the dashboard got extremely hot when the air condition and cd/radio was on.I was told it is normal. It does not start at the first turn of the key at all tmes. Alarms have gone off 2 times. NO screen over the front to protect the condenser etc. Brakes pulsate at times.

By sunameb on December 27 @ 3:00 am
PERFECT CAR FOR SINGLE PARENTS
THIS IS THE PERFECT CAR FOR SINGLE PARENTS..IT IS GREAT ON GAS.

By abob on September 22 @ 3:00 am
Fantastic Car!!!
I am just as enthusiatic about this car 2000 miles as the day I test drove one. A poor man's BMW. Better than any car I've owned in 40 years of driving; blows away Camry (incl V6 Coupe)and Avalon, better than 2 Mercedes I've had. Love it. Love it. Love it. Black with Tan Leather. Handling is superb (though I did change to IMHO much better Bridgestone Turanza from OE Michelin; run at 38 psi all around). Taut, smooth and fun!!!

By Lablover52 on September 22 @ 3:00 am
Watch out for the seat comfort!
The seats have changed. The've added additonal padding in the lower part of the seat before you even engage the lumbar support if you desire to use it so you loose the option of sitting back in a flat seat. Most people's backs are flat and this seat doesn't start out that way. It forces your lower back into an unnatural forward position without using the lumbar support so after a period of time you begin to feel uncomfortable. Because of this design you can't sit back in the seat comfortably, so while your driving you are constaintly moving the seat to try and get comfortable. You can't feel this on a 10 minute test drive. Hopefully there is a fix for it.

By kenelson on March 15 @ 3:00 am
A great choice
Traded a 2002 Acura RSX for this car. Considered the new TSX but for the same money got 40 more horsepower, smooth V6, roomier interior, cheaper insurance, and the Accord uses regular gas. Overall, very pleased. The fuel economy is outstanding considering the power provided. Recently averaged 29 MPG on a trip driving 70-80 mph. The car is very smooth and quiet. Night and day compared to the RSX. Not much to complain about, my suggested improvements are really nitpicking a nearly perfect car.

By udhills on March 15 @ 3:00 am
Best on the Lot
I started out with my basic needs, a good sized family car, reliable and stylish. Was contemplating between Nissan Altima 2.5s and Honda accord. This model of accord had better features than Altima with Added features and costed the same. But Accord is so smooth and has perfect handling. With a good resale value and ratings Accord was the final choice.

By garciawj on September 5 @ 3:00 am
My thrid new Honda and not my last...
Great car. New design and a lot of little goodies have been added to keep this car up to speed with the competition. My last Honda was a 2000 V6 Accord. All I ever did was oil changes and new brakes. The car was a dream and I anticipate this 04 Accord will be no different.

By Frankie Guardiola on June 1 @ 3:00 am
The best car yet
My accord and all accords are probaly the best cars out there. I have no regrets about my decision

By PLaybunny113 on June 1 @ 3:00 am
Great
This car is great, fun to drive, and very comfortable. The only thing i would change is the space in the back seat. However, what could you ezpect form a 2 door car. All together the car is perfect for someone who likes speed and great performance.

By FlyVTEC on February 25 @ 3:00 am
AWESOME LUXO-COUPE!!!
A Honda with a V6 SOHC VTEC and a 6 Speed is a match made in heaven! My car is a daily driver and I've driven her 750 miles in my 2 weeks of ownership. So far I have nothing but superlatives to say about this car. It is fun to drive, very comfortable, good power, good looking car, the ride is a little bit on the harsh side but it is not bad at all, the leather seats are great, the standard XM radio sounds great...I am very, very pleased with this car.

By 21-in-right on February 25 @ 3:00 am
Can't go wrong with Accord
I shopped Camry, Acura TL,Lexus 330, Maxima. I kept going back to the Accord for price and reputation. 6 cylinders provide plenty of pep. I only have a couple hundred miles at this point. No regrets. I expect to get well over 100,000 miles of good service. If you do your homework and shop around, you can easily beat Edmund's price projections.

By earle on November 22 @ 3:00 am
Excellent Vehicle
We have owned this Honda for almost one year and have been very pleased with the performance and reliability. The fuel economy is great and the performance is excellent. We would highly recommend this vehicle to anyone.

By Jayda O'kelly on November 22 @ 3:00 am
I am glad to have this car
I love this car. It is luxury, sporty and fun all in one. I feel, safe and comfortable driving it. The car drives smooth, it is so smooth that I really have to pay attention to my speed limit, I don't realize that I am going as fast as I am. I bought the 4 cylinder, because I was actually afraid of the V6. When my friend drove the car, he thought it was a V6. I do not regret buying this car at all. I feel good and classy, even when driving next to a Benz. I love the new body of the Accord. Honda has done it again.

By L.Lustig on November 22 @ 3:00 am
Reliable and maybe dull?
A good car, but hardly innovative. I wish I had opted for a little more luxury for some more dollars...BMW, Audi?

By cjm175 on November 22 @ 3:00 am
Great Redesign
I see now Honda has gone to the DOHC engine something that Toyota has had for years and atleast for me was the stumbling point on the Honda for me..Toyota always won. But now its hard to beat for the money.. If Honda stays aggressive they will leave Toyota in the dust

By EdNJ908 on November 22 @ 3:00 am
Satisfied with reservations
I bought my 2004 Accord EX V6 after six enjoyable years with my 1998 Accord EX V6. Although the 2004 model has a number of improvements over the 1998, I am concerned that the reliability slipped. My 2004 Accord had a transmission pressure leak which caused the transmission to slip after two weeks in service (500 miles) and required towing to the dealer. It was fixed in two days and I had no problem since. I am keeping my fingers crossed.

By ldzppln on May 14 @ 3:00 am
2004 Accord EX 4DR w/Leather
I bought my new Accord EX 4DR with (heated!) leather seats the Saturday after Thanksgiving (2003). I was out of town for the long weekend, visiting with family, and decided it was a good time to buy a new car. The 240 miles I've already put on the Accord have been fun. I was driving a '95 Civic before, and will probably drive this car for 8-10 years, so I wanted to go all out and get the best car I could for the money. Heated leather seats, dual climate control, side (curtain) airbags, AM/FM/XM radio (XM is free for 3 months, $10/month thereafter)in-dash 6 CD player, 16 inch alloy wheels... I could go on and on. It's a great car!

By Very nice on May 14 @ 3:00 am
Very impressive
Very impressive for the money. This is a car that has it all, except for the seat memory and auto headlights. But for 27K and compared to the rest of the feild.....NO COMPARISON.

By jonleef on May 14 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
I had to buy the car after extensive research of the competitors in this class. I just could not find a comparable car for the same price when taking into account the total package of power, interior features, reliability and safety ratings, gas mileage, great engine and use of regular unleaded fuel. The 2004 Accord is an immense improvement over the 1994 Accord which I felt was a great car.

By Phillip Root on February 8 @ 3:00 am
My fourth Honda
My new Honda like the 3 other Hondas I have owned has been very reliable. The car is well designed and is fun to drive.

By mr. b on February 8 @ 3:00 am
bad breks
when i start the car my brakes usually grind ,and i have lost the pedal 2 different times. they replaced the master cylinder ,but did not fix the problem ,its been in the shop 3 times. they say nothing is wrong i guess i will bring it a fourth time and go the lemmon law never had any problem with my 2000 accord.

By Elizvi94 on February 8 @ 3:00 am
A great ride !!!
This car is so smooth to drive. It has tons of room inside to easily fit 4 people. The XM radio is so clear. The V6 really moves and the steering is tight. I really enjoy getting into this car everyday :O) They have great lease rates.

By Logan on November 4 @ 3:00 am
Accord Cpe. EXL/Nav
This car purrs...the navigation system is pretty awesome. The leather is plush. Acceleration is tops for a 6. Sound system is first rate. Exterior is sleek in Nighthawk Black! Get one!!!

By albert hechme on November 4 @ 3:00 am
great car to own ,above the rest
i love the car and i think i made the right choice,but i wish it could of handled more like a family sport sedan ,especialy on turns,and pickup.for a 240hp engin it should have a quicker respons. i had a 2001 maxima se and it was the same hp but the response was a lot quicker,and it handled better on turns than the acccord,but no where close to the workmenship of the accord,inside and outside,and comfortabilityis unmatched by a car of it's class.

By lavalady02 on November 4 @ 3:00 am
Good Car
Honda's are known for their reliability and the fact that they will stay in good shape for a really long time. The redesigned body style adds a nice touch to an already sporty car. The new sleek lines make it something that is well noticed.

By jennscott5 on November 4 @ 3:00 am
Perfect Car
I couldn't be more happy with my accord. You won't regret buying one.

By DbB on November 4 @ 3:00 am
Accord V-6 2003
This is a great car. Enjoyable to drive and enough acceloration to handle Southern California driving with ease. Highly recommend this vehicle for the price which includes almost every option necessary.

By Alp Gox on July 31 @ 3:00 am
Lets get one!
Perfect handling, superb interior, reliable...

By Nevada Guy on July 31 @ 3:00 am
My first Honda Accord
This is my first Honda Accord. I've owned/leased Camry's and Altima's before and I'm really impressed! We purchased the EX sedan with side curtain airbags. The ergonomics work very well for us older baby boomers (even the larger radio/clock displays are a nice touch). The only fault I can find with this car is this - I'm kinda bottom heavy (ok, my wife says FAT) and the harder foam rubber "bolsters" puts too much pressure on my hips and make for an uncomfortable driving position. If it wasn't for that, its probably the best car of its type!!!

By coljr01431 on July 31 @ 3:00 am
Why buy an Acura ?
My friend drives a great Acura TL which I used to covet until I bought my much less expensive Accord. I'll match my Accord's comfort, performance, and driving fun against the 2003 TL any day and I'll take the money I saved when purchasing and the money saved using regular rather than premium gas and buy a wide screen TV for my family room.

By jubelale on April 26 @ 3:00 am
great accelaration and 20+mpg WOW
This car has decent accelaration for a family sedan. If you turn off the traction control system it will burn rubber. I had an Audi A4 with a V6 and this car blows it away and has a larger back seat. Plus I am averaging 22 mpg and I drive fast. Brakes are a little touchy. The headliner and carpet are a little on the cheap side but the seats are very bolstered with nice leather AND heated. XM radio rules! Very happy with this car and the resale value on Honda Accords makes me even more confident that I bought the right car.

By Phil Mr Lucky7 on April 26 @ 3:00 am
Another winner
This is my 9th Honda and they just keep getting them faster, more comfortable, thriftier and overall nicer! What more can you ask for from a car or its manufacturer?

By Michael A on January 21 @ 3:00 am
Outstanding Ride
Looking for a car for the wife. She wanted a Toyota Camry, but after taking a test drive and comparing vehicles, Honda was the way to go. This is a first in buying a fully loaded top of the line Accord.

By khittykhat01 on January 21 @ 3:00 am
the best!
wonderful and very fun to drive. smooth riding, very nice audio system.Navigation is very helpful and not as complicated as one would think.

By Soccerizer on January 21 @ 3:00 am
Just OK
Good looks inside and out but only 25mpg mixed hwy/city with light touch on gas. Engine not that smooth and too much wind and road noise on fwy, so I have to crank up the radio to hear it. Be sure to test drive before you buy. I didn't. Based my decision primarily on reviews from this web site.

By mike51 on October 18 @ 3:00 am
fun to drive
I drive the heck out of this car. for the power you get out of it the gas mileage is fantastic (I get about 28 mpg)

By Andy Heckman on July 14 @ 3:00 am
My New Accord
I just got my 2004 Accord EX (Sedan w/ Leather) this past weekend & completely love this car. On top of the realiability & affordibility you've come to expect from Honda (I've driven Honda's for 10 years), Honda has done a great job making you feel like you're riding in a luxury car that should cost $10,000 more, easy. I love the sleekish exterior, but the interior is where I feel the Accord really shines. It's such a comfortable ride that gives you everything you need whether you have a family or whether you are single, like me, and just want the space & the ammenities of a family sedan.

By FirstTimeHondaOwner on April 10 @ 3:00 am
Exceptional
This is my first Honda automobile. This model comes with everything except Navigation, but after owning it for a month I couldn’t be more pleased. The engine is very quite at idle (can’t hear it), and provides ample acceleration. The interior very comfortable and comes with all the bells & whistles. The automatic climate control is excellent along with the heated seats. The traction control proved to be an excellent addition when pulling out of a snow bank left by the city plow. The car is an excellent example of overall superior engineering and quality considering its cost. I couldn’t be happier with my decision to purchase it.

By tx1yankee on January 4 @ 3:00 am
My beautiful new accord
I have owned many Hondas, Most recently a 2003 Civic which I traded in on my 04 accord. I love the way my car handles. It is smooth and shifts seamlessly. The noise level has been drastically reduced froimprevious models.

By Andrew Q. on January 4 @ 3:00 am
The Best Accord Ever!
The newly redesigned 7th Generation Honda Accord V6 is the best Accord ever! Honda has loaded this car with every creature comforts that you will only find available on high-end Japanese & Euro Coupes/Sedans for less than $27,000! The refined SOHC VTEC V6 engine combined with the silky smooth 5spd Automatic transmission and loaded features is at the top of it's class! I miss the 4th (92'-96') & 5th (97'- 01') Generation Honda Prelude but the new Accord V6 Coupe has a hint of the Preludes persona. In my own opinion there's nothing "family" about the Accord V6 Coupe... just don't tell that to the insurance companies.

By Keef98 on January 4 @ 3:00 am
Great car, definitely best in its class
We have owned this car for 3 months and love it. It looks and runs great. We considered several other cars: the Taurus, Malibu, Camry, and Maxima. The Taurus and Malibu were ugly and didn't have the features of the Accord. The Camry looked better than the Ford and the Chevy, but was still pretty plain. Plus, to get the features that the Honda had would have cost a a couple of grand more. The Maxima is a great looking and driving car. But it is significantly more money than the Accord, and the Accord only gives up about 20 HP to the Maxima and is almost as fun to drive. Overall, there is not a car that is a better value than the Honda Accord.

By Katsu-san on January 4 @ 3:00 am
Buy This Car!
We looked and test drove higher-end cars like the BMW 3-Series, Mercedes C- Class, as well as the Altima, Maxima, and Camry. So why did we end up with an Accord? The PRICE/QUALITY ratio. For the money, we could not find a better deal considering: Interior styling/comfort (It feels like a European car!) Build quality (Honda – need I say more?) Standard Features (Upscale – heated power seats, moonroof...) Resale Value Safety (8 air bags!) Spaciousness At around $23k OTD, nothing out there can compare, esp with standard features that can rival that of a more upscale European car in terms of comfort and fit/finish. Leather interior is BEAUTIFUL.

By Louis Narcisi on September 30 @ 3:00 am
Honda builds a winner!
The people at Honda deserve congrats on this fine automobile. Weighing the options and prices avalible. You are left with no choice. For 28,000, how can you beat this car. Try it, test drive it you wont be able to. Handles like a german sport car. The added horsepower, leaves you to wonder if your actually in an Accord or a fine tuned sport car. The people at Rosen Honda, helped me get exactly what I wanted at a price I could afford. Rosen Honda is located in Illinois.

By JDY on September 30 @ 3:00 am
Seattle 2002 Civic LX Review
This is the first foreign car I ever purchased new. I got tired of selling my domestic cars with little resale value, so I bought this Honda with the future resale in mind. I heartily endorse Hondas after driving mine for two years.

By Bud Walker on June 27 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
Great car. I've had the car for exactly one year and I have never taken it back for a single warranty defect. I've never had a car like that before. The only thing that I would like to have is a memory on the power seat and a graphic equilizer on the radio. Excellent radio (120Watts) without the equilizer I'm just being picky. Excellent quality leather seating with adjustable lumbar support and heat! I would recommend this vehicle to anyone.

By senna1 on December 17 @ 3:00 am
Happy camper....
This is a great car and I am totally satisfied with my purchase. The combination of performance, space, economy, reliability, quality, resale and value is unbeatable.

By TBP1 on December 17 @ 3:00 am
Best sedan for the price
Purchased for less than $22K + tax, I agree with others, it is comparable to much pricier sedans. Very luxurious & loaded all around. I had been considering lower- priced cars to provide basic transportation, but decided to get something the entire family could enjoy despite the fact we have a Toyota Sienna van. The 4 cyl. is very peppy and frankly a 240hp 6 would be frustrating - it really isn't prudent or necessary to accelerate like that. The leather seats, the ride, sunroof, stereo etc, make this a car I will happily drive for a very long time. The stick shift is very smooth and rather fun, and lowers the price. The stereo & 6 disk CD changer rock.

By FRANKIE OF CHICAGO on September 13 @ 3:00 am
UNDECIDED? GET 2004 MANUAL!
Folks, I have 65 miles on my Accord LX, stick. Shifts are precise, acceleration exciting, suspension hugs like a leech. I hear no rattles from windshield, doors, front.

By BigBlue on June 9 @ 3:00 am
Finally decided on the Honda!!
I spent the last few months reading Edmunds, CRs and other mags to help me decide which new car to go with. I test drove the Mazda 6, Accord, Altima (v6), Maxima, Highlander, and the Acura TSX. I really wanted the Mazda 6 - However, the "rust" issue scared me away. Came down to the Accord vs the Altima - basically I could get either one for the same monthly payment. I went with the Accord since it was more "practical". I just bought it 4 days ago and I'm very happy with my decission!! I love the inside fit and finish of the Accord. It actually looks and feels a lot like the TSX. But, you get a V6 and more room with the Accord!! I'm very happy with my decission.

By dbakes on June 9 @ 3:00 am
'03 Accord Coupe
After spending 40 years in sales/marketing, corporate policy was big three only. Family and friends had always raved about the quality, reliability and performance of Honda cars. I did considerable research online and in the marketplace and had decided on an Acura 3.2CL"S", then I saw a photo of the new Accord Coupe....I was smitten. The car is everything I expected it to be, marvelous interior and exterior, stiff as the Benz and much more competitively priced. I have very little criticism of this car. Still park it in the far corner of parking lots, no nicks and dings yet! It is a head turner!

By Terry Wilkinson on March 5 @ 3:00 am
Good Car
I have had the honda for about a year now and I love it. Have had an accord before and various american cars. Quality of Japanese cars is so much better. If you have only had american cars look at consumer reports on japanese cars. They are bullet proof! I had my other accord for 10 years with only maintence done on it. Never had problems with it like my american cars.

By AL WAYSHONDA on November 30 @ 3:00 am
BANG for the BUCK
I don't know how Honda keeps doing it. Some how they manage to improve the Accord with every body change. This car has the power and feel of a luxury sedan costing $7K-$10K more. Gas mileage is better than any car in its class.

By Impressed1960 on May 22 @ 3:00 am
Exceptional Value
Exceptional value is this car's best feature. Nothing comes close for the money. This car is FAST! The handling could be sharper, but this would compromise ride quality. Interior is top notch, both in materials and layout. Exterior styling is growing on me, still not real fond of the rear end. Fuel economy has been 23 Mpg in mostly city driving. Performance, comfort, reliability, safety, economy... what else could you want!

By San Antonio on February 16 @ 3:00 am
This is AWESOME
Cannot believe the quality, performance and craftmanship in this car having traded our Volvo S80 T6 which, by the way, is the most expensive and troublesome car we have ever owned (Mercedes Benz and BMW included). This Honda matches and beats those expensive European sedans in every aspect!!!

By trace on November 12 @ 3:00 am
good family car
Test drove both the V6 and 4. The 4 handeled better and had good power. Seems like it is going to be a great family car.

By Susana on August 8 @ 3:00 am
Great Car!!
I bought my car last January and absolutely love it. It's a very smooth ride, always reliable not to mention very sleek both exterior and interior. Also, the Honda service and parts people are very helpful...good service!

By SEnglebardt on August 8 @ 3:00 am
Good Buy
After a bad experience with a Saturn, we took our car service man's advice and went for a Honda. So far it's lived up to all expectations -- with some extra luxuries thrown in. For instance: great sound system, six CD player, heated leather seats and quick start heating system. Only negative: it could use a rear windown wicper.

By robby on August 8 @ 3:00 am
best car out there
Trust once you drive and feel the HP of ths car you will fall in love with it. The price is cheap and it is dependible

By monkshac on August 8 @ 3:00 am
Wonderful piece of machinery...
The Accord is truly an overachiever and provides you with the amenenities and performance of a $35k+ automobile (i.e. the Acura TL that I'd almost bought before I decided to test drive the Accord). The 6 cyl. is absolutely necessary for anyone interested in not being a turtle. The nav system performs remarkably well and the new voice controls are very accurate and provide control over the majority of the cars features, all without forcing you to take your eyes from the road. (This becomes very important as the Accord likes to move as an Ohio State Trooper pointed out before I'd even managed to shed my temporary tags.)

By mezzfin on October 25 @ 3:00 am
Acura by another name
I traded in my 2000 Acura 3.2 TL at the end of my lease and "downgraded" to a 2004 Honda Accord EX-V6 w/navi. WOW! Up until that point, the Acura was the best value for a near-luxury car I could find. But this Accord is bigger, faster, has more gizmos you actually USE, gets better mileage, and is about $100/mo less in a payment. The warranty is a year less, but with a Honda you won't need it anyway. If you are thinking about an Acura, check out the new Accord first!

By alone on July 21 @ 3:00 am
ACCORDLX
THIS CAR IS FUN TO DRIVE AND HAS A GREAT EXTERIOR LOOK.

By linda on July 21 @ 3:00 am
Most wonderful car I've ever had.
I got the car 3/03 and it is absolutely perfect. The dealer was great, I got no bad surprises. It is beautiful, peppy, comfortable, did I mention beautiful? And reliable? I love it so much -- and so does everyone who sees it or rides in it.

By dispatch5150 on July 21 @ 3:00 am
I love my Honda
My Accord drives like a dream. It actually has more cabin room than my explorer. It gets wonderful gas milage and makes my commute fun!

By sergio tovar on July 21 @ 3:00 am
My Best Honda Ever!
I have owned many Honda's in my lifetime and this one takes the cake. I love this car without a doubt. It's fun to drive, comfortable, and most of all it's affordable. The 6cyl is far more superior than the 4cyl I test drove. The leather interior is superb. I especially like the heated seats, XM radio, and all the new features in this new accord. I purchased this vehicle because HONDA cars are so reliable and these options and extras and a bonus for me.

By twnygard on April 17 @ 3:00 am
Luxury Car without Luxury Price
Traded in our 2001 V6 Accord Coupe for the 2004 V6 Accord Sedan. Loved both cars, but the 2004 feels like a luxury car without the big $ price. Test drove the Acura TL but couldn't justify the extra 8K for 30 HP, heated mirrors and 200 watt sound system. Recently drove in heavy snow in northern Michigan and it handled like a dream. Could not be happier. Navigation upgrade in 2004 was tremendous. Currenly own a 2003 Pilot, and the Navigation upgrade with Voice and larger screen are great. XM radio a great feature, plan on buying it after my 3 month free preview.

By alphan on April 17 @ 3:00 am
More trims wanted
EXV6 should come in cloth seats as well. Couldn't care a bit for XM but want the alloys, sunroof, V6, power seats. Road, wind, etc noise sources eliminated. Tight built is nice. A bit disoriented in city traffic not hearing other cars! Handling could be better, but is OK for 98% driving cond's. Good job on gas mileage on a V6.

By RPJD on January 11 @ 3:00 am
A very disappointed Longtime Honda Owner
I couldn't wait to buy this car. I have owned Honda for over twenty years. This car has been trouble right from the start! I have had so many problems that I can't list them here. My car is just over one year old and sounds so loud that I thought I had muffler problems. It rides like a ten year old car too! My dealer has tryed to do their best but can't do anything about the fact that this car is just not a well built car. I wish I kept my old honda. I have spent more time at the dealership with this "NEW" car than I have ever in the past. I can assure you that Honda is no longer built any better than any other car out there! Very disappointed.

By crownncola on October 7 @ 3:00 am
best honda ever
This is my 5th Honda.... It is by far the best Honda ever, as well as the selling dealer has been nothing less the professional. If you are considering a car, think about nothing else than a Honda

By Another Honda Owner on July 4 @ 3:00 am
2004 Accord EX V6
I have owned several Honda's over the years. The 2004 Accord EX V6, is really nice. They have upgraded the interior and interior features. This car has all of the features of the lower end luxury cars, at thousands less in price. The XM radio is a great plus. The ride and road noise is much better than Honda's of the past. The V6 gets up and goes. The speedometer is huge and has new lighting. There is plenty of trunk space.

By ttamatt2 on September 20 @ 3:00 am
The New Ultimate Driving Machine
I am a 16 year old driver, and I have to say that everywhere I go my Accord Coupe turns heads. Honda did a great job of re-designing it. The outside is aggresive looking and sporty, as is the inside with the brushed aluminum. The driving experience is great, and the ride is smooth. Before buying this, I looked at BMW's, the Toyota's, and Nissan's. I am completly happy with my purchase, and have not had one single problem. The 4 cyclinder engine is peppy, and when I need to go I can go. Anyone debating about this car should deffinatly purchase it.

By RDHarris on June 16 @ 3:00 am
My 3rd EX
This is my third Honda Accord EX since 1991 and my second with the 6 cylinder engine. I went looking for a year end purchase of an EX with the 6cyl and Navigation. The navigation is a feature everyone should consider if they do any traveling or city driving. In city driving the voice command of radio and climate control is a very nice benefit. It allows more focus on the road. All in all, this is a very good value for the money. Also, I will likely subscribe to XM radio after the trial period. It's quite good.

By Acecert on March 12 @ 3:00 am
Packed Full of Value
Past 3 years, Each year I have purchased new cars: Jaguar S-Type, Lexus LS430 and Lexus SC-430. You pay dearly for high-end cars. I decided try out the 2004 Accord EX V6. The only things I am "giving up" from all my previous cars are memory seat, auto lights,(there's an off feature)and fog lights. I purchased the rear-view mirror w/ the sensor as an accessory. The car is quieter than my Lexus SC430 and rides smoother. I was getting 17 mpg and now have improved my mileage drastically. The interior is well designed for convenience and comfort. I plan to hang on to this car and if I do, what a testimony it will be for Honda.

By SouthCal on September 2 @ 3:00 am
Cheap and unreliable batteries!!!
The interior of this car is nice and roomy. But, there are a few little things that do not work right such as the glove compartment and the CD storage lid (does not close). The exterior is a little boring. The BIG PROBLEM is the cheap 3 years battery made in Mexico. I expect a battery with 5 years lifetime. My battery broke down after 5 months and was replaced by a Honda replacement battery with a 5 years warranty. But after 2 months, the new battery starts to act up again. My two previous cars are Honda and I was quite happy with them. Now, I totally lost my confidence in the Honda name.

By CTTYLER on November 19 @ 3:00 am
BEST OF THE BEST
I TEST DROVE MANY CARS INCLUDING THE CAMRY AND ALTIME BEFORE SETTLING ON THE ACCORD. THE QUALITY OF THE MATERIALS AND THE FIT AND FINISH REALLY SOLD ME ON THE CAR. PLUS, I THOUGHT I WAS DRIVING A 6 CYLINDER UNTIL THE SALESPERSON ADVISED ME IT WAS A 4. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST CAR I'VE EVER OWNED. HUGHES HONDA IN WARNER ROBINS GA WAS ALSO THE BEST DEALER.

By Wild Ride on August 15 @ 3:00 am
Wild Ride
Easy to modify for street racing. Given tools, money, and a little time you can transform this car into the car of your dreams.

By Info's about Honda on May 11 @ 3:00 am
Important Info's for Honda buyers
Honda fans for many years.For the past several years (from 1999),i have noticed HOnda vehicles have serious tranmission problems.I am not here to give bad reputation of HOnda products, but it is true.My sister's 99 Accord 4 cyl. has had problem with trans. eversince i bought it for her birhtday.More importantly, my 02 Acura TL'S recently has transmission failure when i was ON THE HIGHWAY( THANKS GOD I AM STILL ALIVE. MORE INFO. PLEASE E- MAIL richbf2 hotmail.com.By the way, i TRADED MY ACURA TYPE S IN FOR A MAXIMA.

By lilbuddha on May 11 @ 3:00 am
New Honda owner
I very much enjoy the interior of the vehicle. Everything you need is close and accessible. It handles very well. I've noticed very little road noise and it is so quite it is hard to tell when it is running.

By jhatmaker on February 5 @ 3:00 am
2004 EX-V6
I originally was not a big fan of the Accord but after driving one my opinion changed. This is an amazing car. The fit and finish is extremely good, it had great pickup, and the over driving feel is tight and precise. The EX-V6 comes loaded. I highly recommend test driving one if you are in the market for a 4 door car.

By Robin B on February 5 @ 3:00 am
Perfection
Had many Hondas---this one is by far the best in quality, styling, and value. I don't know Honda can improve on this one.

By Jan Epstein on February 5 @ 3:00 am
Not for older adults
This is a ver hard car to see out of. I am very short waisted and I just can't see and have to be very carefull when driving. I find that GM cars are much eaiser to drive when you are older and short.

By licrisisfe on November 1 @ 3:00 am
Fantastic Car
Get this car. It's super quick. The manual transmission is very precise and smooth. Very nice interior, Super quiet engine, very quietride. Sporty suspension but definitely not harsh...but not 'floaty' either..just right. Great stereo. Love the dual auto climate control and heated seats.

By bekuh on July 28 @ 3:00 am
A nice surprise!
My previous car was such a nightmare. I love my new '04 Accord! It has great pick up for only being a 4-cylinder. The interior is very sophisticated. Im getting great gas milage too! 22mi/gal city miles. So far no complaints!

By Vopc1 on October 14 @ 3:00 am
I love my Accord V6 w/Nav
I love my Accord. Everything from the power, sound system, and navigation system shouts "expensive". The doors feel and sound German good. The service costs are quite inexpensive. I am also happy with the 16 inch wheels because I did not want the harshness that is inherent with larger wheels and tires. I will change the Michelins with something else in about a year since they are a bit loud on some surfaces and not that grippy. They are good but not up to what the Accord's suspension can do. Overall... great job Honda. I have owned Honda's since 1987 and I will probably own at least one for many decades to come, even if I were to hit the lottery!

By hillbillygirl on October 14 @ 3:00 am
but but but need more leg / head room...
I love my car. It's the bomb...but but but... I'm uncomfortable in the driver's seat. My head's too close to the ceiling and my legs are too close to the steering wheel. I've tried to adjust the seat and steering and I just can't find a comfortable position (I'm not a tall person either). Granted, I was used to my Odyssey Van... The passenger seat is more comfortable. I think the seat sits closer to the floor (?) I hope I get used to this and it quits being an annoyance... The gas and break are really touch too (just to mention it). The interior design is "sweet!".

By Tim Fry on October 14 @ 3:00 am
Accord EX vs 2000 Audi A6 2.7T
Of course the Audi handles better and has more power, but that's where the benefits stop. The Accord provides a smooth ride, plenty of power, a VERY comfortable interior, and is a LOT less costly to maintain. You don't have to spend $45,000 on a fancy German car to have fun.

By rsprinkle on July 11 @ 3:00 am
Overrated
Accord is overrated, overpriced, underpowered and suffers in reputation from highly aggressive dealer sales tactics. Honda cut a lot of cheap corners by omitting basic items that should be standard on a car this expensive - automatic door locks; heated side mirrors; automatic dimming rear view mirror; auto cutoff for rear defroster. It would not have cost $200 to add these items, yet all were left off to try and bump buyers into the "Acura" version of the same car for $10k more. I get irritated every time I drive it. Alleged 240 hp is laughable exaggeration. I've had four cylinder cars that had more pep.

By itisaemily on April 6 @ 3:00 am
niiiiiiiice
Im in college, and this is the first new car i got and i love it! it was affordable and satisfying. The car is quiet with PLENTY of cup holders. The exterior design is nice, and the interior is a little sporty but also elegant. I really like it. I like my car color (graphite pearl) a lot too! i recommend it.

By pascual876 on April 6 @ 3:00 am
Pascual's review
Great ride no matter what the weather and situation, great handling, pickup, and braking.

By zride17 on April 6 @ 3:00 am
Pretty good car
For the most part, I like my car. It feels pretty powerful for just 4 cylanders. The sunroof is fun, I've never had one before. The controls on the stereo are great. Probably the best on any car that I've seen. I've got some noise from my driver window if it is windy or I'm going over 45mph. The other annoying thing is the paint. I had a Saturn before and the paint didn't chip nearly as easily as this one does. I've had it for two months and I've had two door dings chip the paint. One on each side. One of them I did myself with our other car and the other car (Altima) didn't lose any paint at all.

By jay57 on December 31 @ 3:00 am
first car wasn't as perfect as expected
I have heard many good things about honda. My sister and girlfirend have used ones which work fine but for some reason with my new honda that wasn't the same. A week didnt pass by when the trunk release broke. I got it fixed by honda. Also I started getting this rotten egg smell and took it back to honda. They told me the catalatic converter had to be changed and they changed that. As for the service that was another story. Each time i went to honda for a problem i had to wait 3 plus hours. When they serviced my car they put two oil stains on my trunk which couldn't come out easily. The honda dealership gave me wash.

By Ann100579 on December 31 @ 3:00 am
happy
Very happy with my honda, gas, handling, and style are excellent

By Don Geeze on September 27 @ 3:00 am
Wolf in sheep's clothing
This is not an Accord--it's a Prelude on steroids! As fast as my Vette, and a lot more fun to drive. Beautiful Honda engineering under the hood. Ergonomics OK--radio controls a little odd. Already has rattle in headliner. Interior features not as good as Camry Solara, but close. Ride far stiffer than any Honda I've ever driven, but comfortable enough, and stiff suspension translates into incredible cornering. Also very practical--roomy and gets good gas mileage.

By pete demetriou on September 27 @ 3:00 am
great car,not so good on gas millage
great car,roomy,nice options, poor fuel millage

By physics teacher on September 27 @ 3:00 am
good value
After almost a year of research I settled on the Accord EX-V6. I drove the I-30, ES300, Camry XLE, Avalon XLS, and Maxima. The Accord was the best value for me. I like it better every day. The high horsepower, regular fuel, the fuel economy, and low emissions capped it for me. Along with wanting to support Honda for having the most fuel efficient car line. I have had two minor defects, a bad weld that buzzed at certain RPMs and a bad CD case door. Both were fixed quickly and the dealer was very professional. I love the interior comfort and controls, very ergonomic.

By Lexington Linda on September 27 @ 3:00 am
Another Honda
After driving around 7 different cars we ended up with another Honda. This time we bought an Accord EX. My husband and I were both surprised on the "extras" that came standard on this car. He was looking for leather and I wanted the sunroof. We were also surprised with the amount of legroom you have in the back seat. We were looking for something sporty, but had to go with the 4 door due to having a son. I think the 4 door still looks sporty. My last car was an Accord also and we never had any trouble. We are hoping that Honda continues to have the reliablity we have come to expect.

By Regina on June 23 @ 3:00 am
Couldn't Ask for Anything More
Awesome car!! Ordered one and couldn't wait til it got here and now I'm in love. In fact I like Accords so much I kept my old one!! This one is definitely the best one yet!

By SAS on June 23 @ 3:00 am
I love my Honda!!!
My experience w/my dealership was excellent! This manual car is very easy to drive and fun! It rides very smooth - and although it's only the 4cyl is has plenty of get up and go. The coupe model is also very sporty - with more room inside than the typical "sports car".

By winnie on March 19 @ 3:00 am
perfection
Really didn't like the looks of the sedan, but the coupe gives you the best of both worlds if you don't need 4 doors. Great vehicle--fun, looks, and value. What else is there.

By Natalie Richardson on March 19 @ 3:00 am
Honda Coupe EX
Great Car!!!! This is a sporty car without the high sportscar insurance rates.

By Ginger2 on December 14 @ 3:00 am
Eh, it's ok.
Driverside room: Head is too close to the roof; the steering wheel has to be pointed toward face to allow leg room. The 4-Cylinder: On the highway - engine makes a lot of noice to get up to speed. The Voice Activation Navi-System disappointing. Has to be fairly quiet to hear voice commands. Highway noice disrupts it. The air conditioning turned on several times b/c of this (it's winter) If it's raining... Not totally voice activated; requires manual input. Don't like the Navi's newer display. It's harder to see. The silver molding around the windows - Yuk Gas milage: not as good as I thought it would be. Advertised 30-38 city/hwy.

By yuri on September 9 @ 3:00 am
i love my accord
i totaly love my accord for spacius interior,as well as trunk that can fit a (cow) in there.exelent on gas and very quick being a 5 spd man.transmision

By SpunOwT on September 9 @ 3:00 am
Where'd the quality go?
Overall, great car. 2 main issues though. #1. There is way too much body roll #2 Honda's quality is slipping. In the two weeks I have owned this car, I have found a number of mfg. defects, e.g. improperly wired dome and spot lights, rattling noise from the dashboard, rought downshift into first where it actually catches with the cluth all the way in, the plastic screw cover from the truck popped out, the eyeglass holder wont stay locked, for the price of the car the speakers are really poor, the Navi is OK but the UI is a little klugey, the voice activation system is also pretty klugey, and I think that's it.

By juano on September 9 @ 3:00 am
past , present , & future
i'm an Honda owner since 1979, on that time i bought an Honda Civic CVCC, I WAS 19 , and was great to drive , low mantinience , low gas consume and had a low price too $5300.00. was my great deal. After the Civic, 1984 accord coupe , 1986 red Prelude , 1991 ACCORD SEDAN , 1994 ACCORD SEDAN , 2004 ACCORD SEDAN. IS JUST A GREAT CAR.

By RENA CALL on September 9 @ 3:00 am
03 HONDA ACCORD
THIS IS MY SECOND HONDA ACCORD I HAVE PURCHASED IN 4 YEARS. I LOVE THE RELIABILITY IT OFFERS. IT TOOK A COUPLE OF MONTHS TO ADJUST FROM DRIVING THE SEDAN VS. THE COUPE BUT THE EASE OF GETTING A CHILD IN AND OUT OF HIS CARSEAT HAS PAID OFF.

By saavr on June 5 @ 3:00 am
best value in family sedans
Finally after two months of reviewing (like a fanatic) every family sedan on the market, I bought the EX 6 cylinder Accord. Great value compared to Camry, Taurus and Mazda 6. Major complaint is that the suspension is very rigid and you feel every bump on the road. exceptional interior and exterior design compared to the mid sized mid priced competition.

By ArtC on June 5 @ 3:00 am
Worth the money
This is going to be bias since it is my 11th Honda. Why not when the reliability is so good and resale near 50% after five years. The NAV system is awesome, very user friendly. This is my wife's car and she insisted on a standard so had to wait a couple months. Traded in a V-6 Accord. She let me take it today while she drove the Oydessy. Amazed at the power of a 4 cylinder and how smooth it is. The Acura TL would have been nice, but couldn't justify the cost. Bought the car from Bruce in fleet at Honda Cars of Mesa. Call act to deal with, couldn't say enough about him except...fifth Honda I've bought from him.

By tnammons on March 1 @ 3:00 am
looks great
this is my first honda and i am impressed with the body style but the handling of the car tires and suspension needs improvement. sometimes it feels as if i am driving on a rocky road when the road is smooth.the sales associate was inadequate in showing the features of the car.i have had to bring the car in twice for minor repairs in 3 months.not happy with that.

By Ed M from NJ on August 22 @ 3:00 am
Great car, except...
I fell in love with my 2004 Accord EXV6 after the test drive. This is my second Accord and better than my 1998 Accord. I have one gripe. In the second week after delivery, the transmission leaked and slipped. I had the car towed to the dealer and it was fixed. Since then, I have no problems and I am happy with my car!

By Kenneaw Bear on August 22 @ 3:00 am
Best Car EVER!!!!!!!!!!
Bravo HONDA! This is my first time driving a non "USA" auto makers car. I will never be back. Hello GM, Ford etc wake up and smell the new car smell. Thier cars beat you hands down, in bang for the buck all the way around. I'd only bought new Fords before this and used GM's now it'll be Honda, Toyota, Lexus or Accura. Why drive crap when you can drive quality.

By wumob on August 22 @ 3:00 am
honda accord
best car ive ever driven.

By accordlover on May 18 @ 3:00 am
Accord EX V6 an excellent value!
Purchased for $24,416 + sales tax + ~$30 filing fee. Could not find any other comparably-priced vehicle that could touch the Accord EX V6! I also could not find any compelling reason to pay more. [Acura TSX is very similar, but smaller, less powerful (V4), and more expensive.] The car is very comfortable and the 240hp V6 provides for exceptionally smooth acceleration. I love this car, and considering Honda's reliability, expect to be driving it for a long, long time!

By donrvc on May 18 @ 3:00 am
2004 Accord
What a pleasure to drive. All that reserve power gives the driver security knowing that there is always plenty of go remaining at the touch of the accelerator. Very comfortable, very stylish. We love it.

By smitherman on May 18 @ 3:00 am
enjoy what you drive
shopping for a new car,checking out what's is right for you.for me i wanted something sporty ,looks good, and best of quaity (that would last even after the last payment).so i chose the honda accord coupe,v6,leather seats,sun roof.so for i've enjoyed my honda,the only thing i don't like about my car is that my car is white and the rear bumper has a yellow tent to it.

By art and alba on November 8 @ 3:00 am
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Excellent, fun car to drive,a girls eye casher,and very economy,reliable car!!!

By DamarisRN on November 8 @ 3:00 am
Great Buy
The options are great and very user friendly. The gas tank goes quicker than I expected but driving it it is way more fun . The sengine is quiet and at high speeds very little changes in the cars handling. With the snow in the North east, its handling has left me amazed. I am very happy with my investment.

By Dalmatian Wagon on November 8 @ 3:00 am
Back to my roots...
My wife and I looked for a $30K sedan. We are both professionals and felt we deserved something special. We looked at Volvo S60, Mercedes C230, Infiniti G35, and even the pre-optioned BMW 325. We drove by a Honda dealer and thought we'd just run in. We had both had Hondas in college and thought they were well mannered and reliable. Boy, things have changed. This is a bargain luxury car with all the features, including full power, alloys, ABS, 6- airbags, leather, 120W 6-disc CD stereo, heated seats, etc. Offered invoice price and the deal was signed. The 160HP 4-cyl handles wonderfully with the manual, with a 0-60 time around 7.7 sec. A very nice car.

By Rich12 on October 21 @ 3:00 am
Uncomfortable Seat
This car has handles very well, although the ride is stiff. The interior is inspired by more expensive German cars and is very attractive. The acceration is excellent. Unfortunately, it wasn't until 1 day after I bought the car that I realized how unbearably uncomfortable the driver's seat is to sit in. The lower seat cushion isn't wide enough for my 38 inch waist. My rear end is wedged between the two side bulsters, and this creats a pressure point on my upper right thigh. This constant pain is the source of my low ratings for comfort and fun to drive. I will probably sell this car soon.

By jazzhead on October 21 @ 3:00 am
Nothing But Love for My Accord
Had purchased the 2004 Accord Sedan w/ Leather and have owned it for a week. I cannot say enough how much I am impressed w/ the excellent balance of sleek exterior styling (the moonroof visor, splash guards, and rear-spoiler I opted for definitely added to the overall allure), elegant interior aesthetics and comfort, smooth driving experience, and perhaps most impressively the value - what "bang for the buck"! Had considered the Passat, Camry, and Altima, but can't imagine having gone with any other car! The look and feel of this car stand up admirably against higher sedans. But for the price, you just can't ask for more. Kudos Honda!

By brntorange on July 18 @ 3:00 am
just a bit better than before
Owned a 2000 accord ex v6, just bought 2004 version of the same. Obvious improvement in horsepower and interior, with the exception of exposed cupholders. I think michelens are not worth their price. Car would be much better off with higher performance tires...and do something about that rear end design, please! All in all, very nice car.

By JRausta on July 18 @ 3:00 am
Best Buy
Pulled my down payment off a G35 in favor of the Accord. Six grand for HID and 30 hp wasn't worth it. Plus, the Accord has classier interior and-this is minor but it caught my eye-the color coordinated door handles look better than the chrome-with-everything Infinity. I've been very pleased with the Accord. It has nice acceleration and the auto shifts smoothly. Yes, the trunk isn't large. It's a sedan people, not a Ford Expedition. If you want to get into rush hour traffic a few seconds earlier, buy a G35, TL or 330. The Accord is a reliable car with some very nice amenities, performance and comfort at least six grand less.

By Micki on July 18 @ 3:00 am
Great
This vehicle is fast and very fun to ride in. Just a great car.

By hedrich on January 7 @ 3:00 am
AWSOME CAR!!!!
I bought my Accord from Agron at Schaumburg Honda He showed us the advantages of buying a Honda. He was right the car is great and I love driving it I'll be driving Hondas for a long time now because its pound for pound the best brand for the money

By Gutntag on January 7 @ 3:00 am
2004 Honda Accord LX
This is my 3rd Accord, amazingly they keep getting better and better.

By sanny on October 4 @ 3:00 am
wow
impressive power. quick and very responsive. make sure you invest on a radar detector for you don't want to go home with a ticket. very smooth riding too

By Bereznak on June 30 @ 3:00 am
Accord with Navigation
Top quality! Well built and fun to drive. The navigation package and voice commands will take a awhile to learn. Voice commands are "a little touchy". If you don't speak it just right, you may get the wrong results. The GPS guidance is amazing! It gives you plenty of warning of upcoming turns / exits and its amazing how quickly it will re-calculate your route if you miss a turn. Not all minor roads or housing developments are mapped correctly, but the off-road guidance vector gives you a good pointer to your destination. You always know exactly where you are.

By David M123 on June 30 @ 3:00 am
Rides like a lowrider with no springs
This has to be the roughest riding car I have ever driven. I own a '94 Accord that rides smoother than my new one. I give it an A+ for exterior styling. As for the interior, I have to give it a B only because of the radio which does not allow you to install an aftermarket radio without some serious mods to the dashboard.

By UpsetTOO! on March 26 @ 3:00 am
This is NOT the Honda you're used to!!!
My family has owned a total of 8 Hondas, the '04 Accord being the most recent. Since buying in Sept, it's been back to the dealership FIVE times to repair misaligned parts, rattling and popping noises in the passenger door and windshield. It's STILL not fixed. Funny thing is Honda doesn't seem to think they should replace our car even though they can't seem to fix it. Watch out - the quality of Honda is rapidly deteriorating and they seem less than concerned about it!! We got Ford quality for a Honda price tag.

By skiatl on September 16 @ 3:00 am
2004 Accord Coupe V6
Best new car buying experience ever. Did all my research online including quotes from dealers. My first Honda, and so far it has exceeded my expectations. It if fun to drive, has alot of smooooooth power, and runs the highway effortlessly, with a 240 hp engine that DOES NOT require premium fuel. Excellent value overall.

By benny01 on September 16 @ 3:00 am
A spunky car!
Wow.....wow.....this is the hight of cars right here...not much else to say man...

By Fitch on September 16 @ 3:00 am
LUVIN ACCORD
This car has been my absolute favorite car. I compared it to the BMW 3 series and I got much more car with everything standard for ALOT less money. I have had absolutely no problems with this car. Within a month of getting it, I drove from Baltimore Maryland to Toledo Ohio and then on to Iowa City Iowa and back to Baltimore all with not one single problem and in the MOST comfort i have ever had in a car. This is my first Honda and will NOT be my last.

By JLRechis on September 16 @ 3:00 am
An Amazing Ride
This is with out a doubt my favorite car. I've owned Honda's throughout my life and this one is the best. It looks sporty, drives very well, and the sound quality is excellent!

By Jojoanyone on September 16 @ 3:00 am
A surprisingly good car...
I previously owned a 1999 Ford Taurus SE with the Duratec 3.0L V6, with 200- horsepower. I traded that Ford for the 2004 Accord LX 4-cylinder and have to admit, the Accord doesn't feel much slower than the Taurus...if at all. And Honda's 4- cylinder is actually a little quieter and smoother than my Ford's V6 was. Build quality seems very good, but interior materials fall short of upscale. Too many hard plastic surfaces. Control layout is very well done, though, and the huge gauges are big enough to be seen from the rear seat with ease. Love the LED illumination, too.

By chopperguru on September 16 @ 3:00 am
2004 EXV COUPE (SIX SPEED)
THIS IS THE MOST FUN TO DRIVE PERFORMANCE CAR I HAVE DRIVEN IT REALLY PACKS A PUNCH THE SIX SPEED HAS VERY SHORT THROWS AND THE ENGINE SINGS TO ABOUT 7000 R'S FLAWLESSLY..IF YOU DONT WANT TO GO QUICKLY LEAVE THIS ONE AT HOME AND TAKE THE SUV... COUPLED WITH THE SAT NAVI SYSTEM AND VOICE COMMAND OPERATION THIS CAR HAS ALOT TO OFFER IS ANY PRICE RANGE...IT HANDLES VERY WELL AT HIGH SPEED (ABOVE 80) MAKES SMOOTH POWER ALL THE WAY...DOESN'T MISS LEAD YOU IN THE CURVES...TRY IT YOU'LL BUY IT.. HAVE FUN NOW..

By Will Hobbs on September 16 @ 3:00 am
Rattle Trap
This is my third Accord in the last 4 years. It seems that each one I buy is plagued with problems, from transmissions, to breaks, to the A/C going out, to squeaks, you name it. I think this Accord is the best in the past 4 years, but it rattles, squeaks, and pops constantly, it can be quite annoying. I would have hoped that the finish would have been up better.

By Love it already! on June 12 @ 3:00 am
Wow...blows away my 1997 Civic EX
I've been yearning over this car for a year (to replace great 1997 Civic EX sedan). I fall into the "love the rear end of this car" camp. Have owned it for less than 48 hours, and I love it...ergonomics, interior noise (minimal), comfort, features. Test drove AT and MT. AT was good, MT was awesome.

By lucky6spd on June 12 @ 3:00 am
BEST DARN HONDA I'VE EVER OWNED
THIS CAR IS AMAZING. WHEN I GET INTO THE CAR THE SPEED DEMON COMES OUT AND I'M SPEEDING THROUGH THE HARSE HIGHWAYS IN SO. CALI, THE HP IS GREAT, THE 6SPD MANUAL IS EVEN BETTER.. TOGETHER IT'S AWESOME.

By Dancas547 on June 12 @ 3:00 am
Great styling, to many rattles
I bought my 03 Accord Coupe in September 03. I'm writing this here because the only difference between the 04 and the 04 is that the newer model has satelite radio. I love the car's styling, and I've never driver a car that was more comfortable. My only negative comment is that the interior and exterior has too many rattles for a 5 month old car. The ceiling and doors inside all squeak when going over bumps (started soon after purchase) and the exterior bottom running boards rattle going over bumps. Also, when the temp is greater than 50 degrees, my clutch clicks loudly every time it is pressed or released -- spring problem.

By FlwrKate on June 12 @ 3:00 am
Best Car EVER!
I used to only buy Ford products, but after Ford failed me and a Lemon Lawsuit later... I bought a Honda and I love it. Best car I have ever had. Even with the V-6 engine, I am getting over 320 miles to the tank. That's great for me since I travel 90 miles a day! If you are looking to buy an Accord... DO IT! It will be the best move you will ever make. My husband trys to drive it like a racecar since it's so peppy. Good Luck if you buy it!

By mgaspay on June 12 @ 3:00 am
Great Value Car
Had 5 Hondas (2 Accords and 3 Civics) and have been a very satisfied Honda customer. This is my 6th Honda and 3rd Accord. Though I had this one for only a week, I have been thoroughly impressed with what Honda has done to the 2004 EX. The interior is very nice and comfortable. You get almost the same amenities as what you will get with a luxury car. And I can really feel the quality build with the tight sound when you close the door. Handles very nicely.

By Slycer1 on March 8 @ 3:00 am
Excellent Ride
I purchased my Honda Accord EX-V6 sedan in January after doing an extensive review of the competition. Everything about this cars interior is amazing. I'm a tall guy and I drive other tall people around, and everyone's comfortable. The sound system is accentuated by the lack of road noise. The 240hp engine cruises quite comfortable at any speed (I've had mine up to 110 without even noticing). The 4-wheel ABS braking system "should" keep me out of trouble, but if I am involved in a collision, it feels like I'm driving a friggin tank. I feel safe in this car... perhaps too safe.

By DZRIG on March 8 @ 3:00 am
WONDERFUL CAR
LOOKED AT ALTIMA,CAMRY,MALIBU AND GALANT. CAMRY WAS NICE BUT I COULD NOT GET OVER THE NOT SO EYE PLEASING DESIGN.THE OTHERS WERE JUST NOT AS REFINED.THE ACCORD IS THE BEST CAR I HAVE EVER OWNED. FEATURE CONTENT IS HIGH AND HAS MANY OPTIONS. DRIVES LIKE A DREAM.

By Jonathan Bell on March 8 @ 3:00 am
Honda comes through again...
This is by far the best car I have ever owned. It's quiet, refined, and very stylish. I have the 4-cyl which performs excellent on all conditions. If you're looking for a reliable car that won't break the bank, I recommend the Accord. It feels so sturdy and strong. I plan to have it for atleast 150,000 miles.

By Sidney Campos Jr. on March 8 @ 3:00 am
Bealtifull/Fast/Realiable/N/Great Price
I had a 1998 honda accord and it was really great already, and now this new accord, very good looking car, Fast, really fast, I have a 2004 honda accord v6 engine, I just love it, I was about to get a infiniti/g35, but there was a big difference on the price, so, I went for the Honda accord!

By auditor on December 3 @ 3:00 am
Awesome Car!!!!
I was test driving used Lexus and Acura when I came across the new V-6 Accord. This car easily stacks up to ES300 and the TL for thousands less. You will not be disappointed with this car.

By dawne512 on December 3 @ 3:00 am
Excellent Car
I just got the car last night. I love it so far. It feels like you are driving in a Lexus. I hope the feeling last!

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