2005 Honda Accord

Honda Accord Consumer Reviews By Year:
2005 Honda Accord

NEW FOR 2005

Honda takes a bold leap for 2005 with the introduction of the Hybrid Accord. Rather than add a hybrid motor to its four-cylinder, Honda bolts its third-generation IMA system to the Accord's already-potent V6. In one fell swoop the Accord hybrid has become the class leader in fuel economy (30 city, 38 highway) and power (255 horsepower). Other changes for the 2005 Honda Accord this year include new wheel cover designs for the LX and EX trims, a new coin pocket design, illuminated steering wheel controls and improved rear styling in sedans with redesigned taillamps. In addition, front-seat side airbags and full-length head curtain airbags are now available on all trim levels all the way down to the base DX model.

PRO

Roomy and stylish interior, tight build quality, smooth ride, powerful and efficient hybrid model, good crash test scores.

CON

Tepid handling, brakes should be more powerful.

606 Total User Reviews

Average Rating

By Lori G on March 31 @ 11:00 am
2005 Accord
Awesome Car!!!!!! Great handling. Very stylish and oh so much power!

By Rio on May 30 @ 11:00 am
Best Accord yet!!!
I bought 2005 accord 2 weeks ago and i'm very happy. I really enjoy driving it. I have owned a lot of diferent cars and this car is just amazing.I Wonder how Honda makes profit on this car with all the standard equipment. I love he interior, it looks great. I recommend this car to everybody that are uncertain, test drive one and you will see for your self. Thank you Honda for a great car.

By ekikp2 on May 30 @ 11:00 am
Great Car
Was very impressed with the power for the 240hp engine and the ride is Honda. Gas mileage is good and after owning a 330 Beamer this car is alomost as good. FWD has some steering torque but nav system is great.

By DCLOLLY on November 21 @ 11:00 am
Good but square!
Like the overall body styling but, the rear lights are ugly (sad face look). Would like better color choices, the blue is too flashy and other choices are not very appealing.

By Ddavis on April 25 @ 11:00 am
What a car
Own an '02 Accord which is an outstanding car. Just bought and '05 for my wife and am very impressed on Honda's improvements to an outstanding '02 design. I'm a hard grader not believing something can get all "10's" but this car is outstanding. Bigger and quieter engine, better mileage, very comfortable interior, repositioning of gauges and displays which shows they are continually listening to customers driver comments. The XM radio is an outstanding feature. Can't say enough good things about this car. Looked at many competitiors vehicles as we wanted the best value for our money and a car we can continually rely on. This is it. Check out the '05, you'll be impressed.

By buloy on March 21 @ 11:00 am
2005 navi
Great car, great handling.

By EDSCISSORS on December 15 @ 11:00 am
Love the Car
I just bought the 2005 exl accord, I love the car. The interior is the best, I love it and it is comparable to the more expensive luxury cars like BMW and AUDI. Ride is quite and smooth, the only thing I would change in the next model is give it some more power on the accelaration. It lacks the initial strength for takeoff, and it is understood because I have the inline.

By VJ on September 11 @ 11:00 am
Good Replacement for PASSAT Owners
After looking and test driving the Accord competitors like Altima, SOnato and others. We liked the Accord compared to others in all aspects. Interior color, design, outside color and shape. Good cabin compact and fun drive. It has got some improvements like fog lights, optional shifter etc., to do comapring to PASSAT. But I hope it will be trouble free car than PASSAT. We liked the Graphite Pearl Color. Its has nice look into it.I will surely recommend to others..

By Kurtis M on June 7 @ 11:00 am
Has its good points....
The car feels very solid and engine performance is EXCELLENT!! This is our second Honda but unfortunately our last. I was quite hesitant on purchasing it as it was manufactured in OHIO. The overall quality is below average. I replace the brakes approximately every 10k miles and Honda states this isn't their problem yet there are several accords always in for brakes daily. Side airbags deployed when a rock flew under the vehicle (several NHTSA complaints on this) Window fell in the door. When started cold, I sometimes get a rough idle and it shuts off and I have to restart it. I think Honda is going downhill pretty quickly!

By Pishone on June 7 @ 11:00 am
Honda Accord
It's a nice car...

By Don S. on March 3 @ 11:00 am
I love to drive this car!!
I bought this car last weekend and haven't regreted buying it. I was impressed by the acceleration in the V6. Gas mileage is good for a V6. All the climate controls and radio buttons and knobs are within easy reach. It's obvious that the person who rated this car 3.3 works for a competitor, because this car doesn't deserve 3.3. Thank you Honda for continuing to build great cars.

By ODS on August 24 @ 11:00 am
Dependable, enjoyable and quick
I truly enjoy my new Honda Accord Coupe. My last Honda was a 1998 Honda Accord Sedan (4 cyl), Wow what adifference. It has jumped 10 years ahead in style and performance. This is an exceptional car for the price. I am well pleased.

By harchie on May 20 @ 11:00 am
THIS ACCORD IS A JOY TO DRIVE
I'VE DRIVEN TRUCKS FOR THE LAST 25 YRS,SO IN RETIRING I WANTED A SMALL RELIABLE CAR AND THIS IS THE ONE TO HAVE . I'M SO SATISFIED WITH JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING THAT I PLAN ON KEEPING IT FOR A LONG TIME THE 4 CYLINDER 24 VALVE IMPRESSES ME FOR IT'S PICKUP,QUIETNESS AND SMOOTH AUTOSHIFTING

By Hondav603 on February 14 @ 11:00 am
Overall
Overall it's a damn good car.

By David H. Smith on February 14 @ 11:00 am
2005 red Accord V6 coupe
This is the first Honda I have owned or leased. I traded in a 2002 Corvette and I couldn't be happier. The V6 engine is very quick and by adding items such as rear spoiler, tinted windows, fog lights and 17" wheels, the Accord handles much like the 'vette for a lot less money.

By TONY O on February 14 @ 11:00 am
HONDA V6 W/NAV
GREAT CAR GOOD PICKUP EXCELENT BUY

By JWskier@aol.com on November 10 @ 11:00 am
The Best
The greatest car on the market. Totally smokes the Altima, Camery, mazda6, and the Passat in handling and comfort.

By Peco Joe on November 10 @ 11:00 am
Honda Always Good
I have owned other Honda's before and had very good service and resale value. The new 2005 Accord is fully loaded and a good value for your money. While I tested over six other brands, I still came out better all around purchasing the Honda.This car (in my book) rides great, has clean design, good gas mileage, good performance and fine quality. A Honda is a Honda.

By Rajamuda on May 2 @ 11:00 am
My Accord
Fun to drive! Its very responsive. The handling is superb. For a coupe, it has a nice trunk space. If you worry about being generic, this is not one of them.

By dvdirv on July 19 @ 11:00 am
Accord vs. Altima
I was prepared to replace my 2003 Altima with a 2005 model until I checked prices. The Altima starts with a low base price than you need to add options. When I was finished adding options, the Accord was about $1000 less than the Altima. With the higher resale of the Accord, the purchasing decision was a no-brainer.

By MJC1Esq on July 2 @ 11:00 am
AMAZING CAR!
Amazing automobile. Great family car. Fun to drive. An all around perfect automobile.

By Dave from Baltimore on December 22 @ 11:00 am
Simple Elegance
Comfortable, elegant and stylish although younger crowd may want more flash. Easily handles highway driving and makes it enjoyable to drive 70 miles daily. Space is great, including trunk, audio controls on steering wheel are easy to use. Storage is convenient. All around a comfortable car at an excellent price for what is offered. I recommend the Accord. Luxury feeling without luxury cost.

By Patunia on January 16 @ 3:00 am
Loooove IT!
I love my 2005 Honda Accord. I had the 2003 2 door Accord V-6 and then the 2004 door Accord V-6 and loved driving them all...The price is affordable for the standard features found on the EX- V6 and the quality of my Accords has been great!! With a few added extras (tinted windows etc) it is really a sharp car and is always fun to drive...

By shooter on March 19 @ 2:00 am
My first Honda
After very bad experiences with two VW Passats I decided to try the Honda as it was supposedly the most reliable in the market. Both acceleration and handling are better than the Passat though the brakes need to be changed. Interior design is less than that of the Passat but still very nice. My engine is pinging even with mid range gas, Honda’s reply is to put premium in, though their brochures and website recommend regular. Though gas mileage is good premium price eliminates savings. Dual climate control does not work that well. Lastly, it is just not as fun to drive as the Passat, I can however sacrifice a little fun for the huge savings over the VW. Overall I enjoy it.

By Kayla on June 3 @ 10:43 pm
Best Midsize
This is my second Accord. First was a 2001 that had no problems (except a sqeaky brake pedal). This '05 has reduced wind noise, a smoother ride, and excellent safety ratings. My gas mileage has also improved. I get 28- 30 of mixed city/highway driving. Interior is excellent. I'm not crazy about the exterior styling, but it is growing on me. The added spoiler improves its looks.

By willie sosa on January 3 @ 3:16 am
best accord ever
nice car

By rjblue on March 26 @ 1:10 am
awesome..totally awesome!!
i have the EX-V6 and the power is there when i need to accelarate very quickly. very effective brakes, low road noise and handling is nimble but the ride is on the stiff side.

By justinltg on December 31 @ 6:56 pm
Such a great car I had to rate it
Coming off a 2002 Accord EX V6, I was quite impressed with the 05 EX V6. I had originally set my sites on an acura TL, but if you can deal with the Accord not driving like a sports car and dont need the crazy stereo of the TL, than the Accord EX is for you. The leather, interior, and performance is all "Acuress". I am very happy with this purchase. Plus its a Honda, I can put 200K on it with out any worries!

By Andy in Indy on June 29 @ 12:10 pm
Great Car!!
This is my 4th Accord, and the best yet. Just got it on Friday....dark red with gray interior. The extra horses in the V6 compared to the prior model is really noticeable. Great interior features.

By drh9485 on January 8 @ 3:03 am
My first Honda
As a diehard GM customer my whole life, it took alot of convincing to purchase my first Honda. But the price and reputation could not be ignored. I regret waiting so long before I made this first purchase. This car is incredible. It's V6 acceleration is unbelieveable for a mid-size sedan. I love the handling and the support the seats give my back. Since it's a Honda, I don't ever expect to be back to the dealer for warranty work. By this time, any new GM car I owned would have been back to the dealer at least two times. My next car/van will be a Honda.

By DesertCoupe on December 2 @ 5:43 pm
Third Accord
This is my third Honda Accord. I traded in a 2003 Mustang GT for this fully loaded Accord Coupe and couldn't be happier. The car is fun to drive and the ride is excellent. I upgraded to the Honda 17" Wheels and the car looks awesome!! I would recommend this car to anyone. A great ride!!

By TLauer on April 21 @ 7:00 pm
The V6 is built in the US, poor quality.
I've owned four accords so far, and they've always been great. My wife wanted an automatic, and the 4-cylinder was awfully gutless. Test drove the V6, and excitedly bought it. I've noticed many small quirks with the car since then - rattles, hard starting, squeaks, and an intermittent engine light flashing. All problems I've never experienced with an accord - let alone one that is 3 months old! Later I come to find out that the V6 cars are built in the USA. I may not have purchased the car had I known this. The 4cyl. cars are still produced in Japan, thankfully. If I had wanted a rattly, hard starting car with intermittent warnings, I could have saved around ten thousand and went with GM.

By Corso77 on December 17 @ 9:03 pm
Awsome Car!
Couldn't be happier. This car is a sports car and family car all in one. Lots of fun to drive and its very fast.

By GeoP on February 10 @ 5:56 am
Impressions after 2 weeks
I've had the car for only two weeks now, but have formed some initial impressions. Pros: Quiet engine and smooth ride, almost no wind noise at highway speeds; gorgeous interior styling and color coordination (in Ivory leather); tilt/telescope steering wheel; comfortable, highly adjustable, heated driver's seat; fantastic satellite radio with controls in steering wheel; plenty of power at higher RPM's. Cons: questionable sales tactics by Honda dealer; just adequate power at lower RPM's; nasty creak/squeek at base of windshield over sharp bumps; a couple misaligned plastic pieces in console; tinny sounding when little rocks thrown up by tires hit underbody; high-pitched sound when playing CD's

By Speedbird on October 17 @ 2:03 am
Our 5th Honda
EX V6 with leather makes this a great value luxury vehicle. Great highway ride. Brakes superb. MPG seems to be better that 30.

By 2005 Accord on September 14 @ 9:40 am
Great Car
Our 2005 Accord replaced our 1999 Accord. It's a much better car than the previous generation. It is the best midsized sedan on the market today. Bought the car thru the internet department, and recived a great price.

By MaryD on November 27 @ 2:33 pm
Honda Accord
I drive my honda over 100 miles a day, and it has never let me down. It is a very fun car to drive.

By treihing on February 28 @ 9:26 pm
2005 Accord EX - The Perfect Sedan-
There is so much to say about my 2k5 Accord EX-L. The features I love are as follows: XM Satellite Radio, Dual Climate Control, 6-Disc In-Dash CD, Heated Seats, Great Quality Leather and Huge Trunk Space. Gas Milage is damn good at 24mph in the City - This is the mileage stated on the stick and the mileage I have seen. The overall drive and performance is incredible. The drive is as smooth as any luxury car if not better. Overall, this car is a steal at $22,100.00 - Stick is $25,015.00. There is room to negotiate so hit the dealer hard for a good price.

By JWG on November 22 @ 9:06 pm
I Love This Car
Where to start? The engine (V6) is smooth and powerful (240hp). The automatic transmission is quick to downshift and the spacing between the gears helps give quick starts off the line. While in 5th gear is only taching 2400rpm at 80 mph for good fuel economy (avg 27 mpg in 70% highway driving). It handles well with little body lean, yet is quiet and absorbs bumps gracefully. The interior is high quality, very comfortable and for a coupe, pretty spacious. The true cost of ownership (considering depreciation), is only a little more than a Dodge Neon over 5 years. It has top safety rating in all categories. Though it's not the best in its class at any 1 thing, it is very good at everything

By Don Johnson on November 14 @ 3:30 pm
What's the big deal?
I can't believe I bought this thing. It's rather bland styling turns me off, I feel like I was sold a bill of goods... It seems very reliable, but once I've driven it for roughly 1,500 miles, I wish I'd have not completed this purchase. You guys rate the seats a maximum score on comfort...my rear tells me different. The outside is bland...plain, boring. I still can't believe I listened to my salesman. Kudos to him, he SOLD me.

By Richard A Ellingstad on February 8 @ 12:36 pm
Great Value
We are very satisfied with the styling,practicality and options on this vehicle. We got a good price and a good trade in deal on our 2003 Honda Accord.

By David on April 29 @ 5:06 am
Better than expected
With a daughter in college, we needed a practical, economical car. Choice came down to the Accord and Mazda 3 (a good car). Decided to spend the extra for the Accord -- good choice! The car is quiet, comfortable, and handles very well. Controls are logical and easy to use. The adjustible steering column makes finding an ideal driving position easy. Knew of Honda's quality, just did not expect this car to be as comfortable as our former 92 Lexus ES 300. Handles much better than the Camry.

By OR driver on June 29 @ 9:26 am
It just plain gets the job done
This is a safe, reliable and ergonomically superb automobile. The styling isa bit vague, certainly not as aggressive as Mazda6 or Altima, however this isn't a sports car, it's a family sedan meant to transport a family in style and that is exactly what it does.

By bdiddy on February 14 @ 3:16 pm
Good Simple Car
My new 05 Accord Sedan excels at nothing, and is defficient at nothing. It is a simple, reliable, quite car. It gets good gas mileage, is VERY safe, has plenty of room, is fast enough. It is not sporting to drive, nore is it boring. It is a car. A ---> B

By nodaround on August 16 @ 10:46 pm
'05 Accord Sedan Graphite Pearl V6 w/Nav
To dramatically improve the front, be sure to add the front under spoiler, fog lights, and half bra. To improve the rear fascia, add the rear deck-lid spoiler--not the raised lit one. To make the inside look even sportier, add the all-aluminum/metal trim. Makes the inside look that murch more classier. This is an awesome improvement from my '02 Accord Sedan...much more quiet and comfortable and smoother to drive. Interior is top notch, except for some little things mentioned below.

By K T on March 6 @ 5:43 pm
a modest review
A good dependable car. Spacious and performs better than any car that I had driven beforehand. Definitely worth the extra money to jump to a midsize as opposed to a high end Corolla or Civic. fuel efficiency is better than expected. Trunk pass through is disappointing, granted it does serve it's purpose, Honda should have considered putting in a 60/40 split fold down rear seat instead.

By DJ on November 30 @ 6:56 pm
Impression After 2 weeks
Ive only had the car for a couple weeks now, but have come up with some initial impressions. Pros include a quiet engine, nice exterior stying, and nice layout of controls. Cons include the following, the car is not smooth riding, you feel each bump, windshield rattles, and seats are uncomfortable. As the previous owner of a 2003 Camry the Toyota is far superior in ride and comfort.

By David Rich on December 10 @ 5:16 am
Honda Accord
First Class vehicle. Fit and finish is excellent. Performance is outstanding considering this is a 3.0 liter vehicle and takes REGULAR Gas.

By Karen on January 13 @ 6:10 pm
Love It!
I've always driven a car with a manual transmission and it took some convincing to get me to even consider this car in automatic but once I drove it, I was hooked. It has plenty of punch and merges onto the interstate with ease. The interior is very roomy and the dash is layed out very well. The power driver seat lets you "tweak" the position until it is just right.

By 2nd Honda on March 22 @ 5:16 pm
Great car
This is my 2nd Accord and it was not a tough decision to come back! Cannot find a better value for all the features you get. Heated seats have been great now that its cold, Navi is great for directions, XM rocks on long trips, and dual air means no more fights over temperature! Great car, solid build!

By mitch on June 20 @ 6:10 am
all things considered...the best
Replacing a 2003 A4. I looked at the Mazda 3 with nav, and the Mazda 6. I also looked at another A4. This car car an exquisite ride, and excellent on center feel for the steering, although a little too much lean, and too many minute corrections required on sweeping turns (compared to the Audi). The dash is simply the best looking I have seen, the leather is nice and soft. You can't lower the seats as much as I would have liked. The stereo is quite good until you get past half of max volume, and then there is distortion. They missed the boat on exterior styling, but if you add a rear lip spoiler, it helps a lot. I will also add at least 17" wheels. All together an impressive car.

By tomcat99 on December 13 @ 2:56 pm
Rattles and squeaks
I like this vehicle alot the first week. But as the weather is getting cold, the interior dashboard is starting to squeak and rattle when going over bumps. I am not the only one experiencing this. I have read other with complaints about this. What's going on with American made Honda now...just like the domestic brands now...do something Honda.

By Michael on February 18 @ 11:00 am
My New Adventure
My second Honda, first one was a Civic '99, then I had a Maxima '01, and now this dependable '05 Accord automobile. The inside of the car is flawless, lots of leg room, the material used for the interior is sure a lot better then on Altima & Camry interior. The dealer gave me a price I could not walk away. I have the Accord for over two months...no problems no regrets.

By Tony I. on June 16 @ 6:06 am
Left GM for this!
I hesitated in trading in my 2001 Impala LS instead of buying the 2005 LS since I was unwilling to part with the room and features of the Impala. The Accord provides ample room for my family, has all the features of the Impala LS except OnStar, (never used) driver information center, (mileage/fuel/compass) and automatic door locks. The Accord's features are comparable or better than the VW Passat. And Accord has the V6 instead of the 1.8 4 cylinder like the Passat. The cost after negotiations on the Accord was much less than the price of the VW Passat. Plus, Honda Finance offers 1.9% finance out for 60 months (if you want that route) whereas VW would not.

By sklr on June 15 @ 8:56 pm
Wonderful
Heated seats, auto up and down of driver side window...I love it all, it's much better than my '03 Camry which had a very rough down-shift and a flaky airbag warning light.

By Gerg on October 18 @ 3:06 pm
Can't go wrong with this car
The car is an excellent choice for a modern, well appointed sedan. The styling is OK and it grows on you in time. The interior is the best quality of the car. The performance is more than adequate with the 5 speed auto trans. The included features make one wonder "why would I buy a BMW". Reliability will have to be determined however there are no initial problems after two months of operation. Fuel mileage is high twenties with the daily commute of mostly highway driving. One concern is engine clatter for the first couple of miles when the engine is cold, which the Dealer states is normal.

By dhanni on March 28 @ 10:30 pm
Love My Car!
I bought the Accord Ex-L little over a week ago and love it! I am Honda fan, but wasn't crazy about the outside design of the car. I looked at the Nissan Altima, but for everything I wanted in a car, the Altima was too much money and the Honda dealership's quote was too good to pass up. I get so many compliments on my car, friends and coworkers can't believe the features I have in my car for the price I paid. I owned a Honda for nine years with hardly having to any repairs on it. I expect the same with this new one. If you're looking for something with all the bells and whistles, look at the Accord.

By Kyle Fortson on September 23 @ 7:30 am
The best that I could have bought!
I have no complaints whatsoever about the vehicle. I have an '88 Accord LX, with only 122,000 original miles on it, and everything works. The only reason that I bought the new one was because I could not see putting the money into the old one for new tires, rims, etc. to spruce it up. So, I bought my '05, and I am ecstatic. The engine performance is amazing. I only wish the mileage was better, but then I am using the '88 (4 cylinder and 5-speed) as my yardstick.

By whampa on January 21 @ 12:53 pm
I'm Impressed!!!
This is a great vehicle. Honda did there homework with this car and let me tell you it lacks in no areas. This is a luxury vechicle all the way around. Honda even thought of having the steering wheel controls light up. The car rides great and just feels very refined. I've owned alot of vehicles in my life and none had the whole package like this car does. Do yourself a favor and test drive this car before you buy anything else. I was blown away by just everything about this car.

By YoJim on May 18 @ 11:33 pm
Santa was good to me, Got my dream car..
Must have done something good this year to get a way-cool car. Love the whole package. Honda took a risk in '03 when they did a major overhaul of their successful car (I still own a '98 Accord), but well worth it. Love the leather interior and all the amenities (dual heated seats, excellent ride, 110k between tune-ups, etc.). Would highly reccommend giving this car a test drive. My wife has the '02 Camary. Comparing the two side by side, the Accord is head and shoulders the better value.

By DSL on August 20 @ 7:26 am
Sweet Ride!!!
So far so Great! You won't find a smoother V6\6spd combo. Trust me! Why spend thousands more for other "luxury" brands? Honda has smashed the competition with this car. Plenty of speed, creature comforts, and most of all refined like none other.

By GD on June 23 @ 3:46 am
Great Value
All in all the 2005 Honda provides a fun, efficient and safe ride. Plenty of room for 4 adults, without sacrificing performance. Car handles well on highway and city. Clutch system makes city driving easier than previous experiences. I have discovered a few rattles. First in the dash area. Dealership fixed it the first time in. Second developed in the passenger side headrest area. Nice trunk room. Could use fold away hinges like the Passat to allow greater clreance in the sides of the trunk. Stereo sounds full and XM option is great and easy to use. Biggest diappointment is the odomoeter/trip and temp options. Odometer should remain on with trip A, B and Temp options.

By Jack on January 22 @ 6:06 am
No comparison
I have purchased a 2004 Accord EX V6 also and based on my satisfaction with the '04 decided that for the money the '05, which I bought for my wife, was the best choice over all its competitors. From a reliability and resale point of view this car has no comparison. I have been a loyal Honda/Acura driver for many years. After looking at the competition it's hard to be convinced there's a better choice. Smooth quiet ride at all speeds. Cruises effortlessly at 80 MPH.

By Tom Gilbert on April 15 @ 8:16 am
Honda Accord
We really like the handling of the car. It corners very nicely. For a 2 door it is very spacious in the back seat. Plenty of room in the trunk. We took it on a summer trip with our 2 boys and the drive was great. Good gas mileage. Nice features that makes it very comfortable. We love our car.

By David on April 16 @ 12:46 pm
The car Detroit wishes it could build!
With a daughter in college, my family needed dependable, economical transportation. I considered the Camry, Mazda6, and the Accord, and chose the Accord. No regrets! It is a much better car than I had anticipated. Excellent economy, good performance, good sound system. Handles well and very comfortable. I knew that Honda made good products, but did not anticipate the Accord being this good.

By Gemini8801 on May 29 @ 3:00 am
Actual owner review
This car is simply amazing. Everything from the leather seats to the XM radio is wonderful. The performance from the 4 cyl. is more than adequate, no need to spend extra for the v6. A complete pleasure to own and drive.

By Warren on November 3 @ 8:10 pm
Great Car
Hey Guys, If you are looking for an Accord like mine then look no further. Honda's 05 Accord is one of the best choices to make for buying. I was in the market for the Civic EX but when I thought of only adding a couple of grand more I got leather, 16in rims, dual cliamte control, and my favorite the DOHC I-VTEC engine.

By Jesse Adams on January 5 @ 7:36 am
Honda Accord 2005
Outstanding service. The biggest thing that made pick a Honda is the service I get at the dealership. It is truely bar-nun.

By karmaxdust on July 26 @ 2:50 am
I love it
I purchased my car a couple of weeks ago (12/20/2004). I'm only 24 and this is my 2nd car so I have not had that much experience in driving other cars. But after owning a civic, the accord is just no comparison. I love everything about it. Interior design is great, and it's fun to drive. However I do not like how they designed the back of the accord but it's still a great car.

By Rick G. on January 24 @ 1:40 am
Great Upgrade
Decided to trade in my 2001 for the new 2005 with Nav and I am extremely happy with it. Fit and finish are near perfect and the extra 40hp is VERY nice. Better pickup and smoother/quieter cruising speed. The navigation system is worth the money. Much better than a portable unit that I used in my 2001 Accord. Voice activation is really useful/fun and just plain cool :)

By Ventura, CA on March 5 @ 9:10 pm
Hybrid Mileage as Promised
I am getting mileage numbers similar to those claimed on the sticker, even slightly better on flat, straight stretches. All the high-tech systems work flawlessly, including the active noise-cancellation, voice recognition and awesome touch-screen navigation system. The stereo sounds great. Power is more than adequate, even superior to the Lexus IS300 that this car is replacing. The electric motor doesn't seem to kick in on start-up acceleration, but rather on full-throttle passing and moderate hill climbing, but the mileage numbers don't lie. The regenerative braking and eco mode (using 3 of the 6 cylinders) is noticeable when driving but not distracting. Electic boost works seemlessly.

By Phil413 on September 4 @ 6:13 pm
The Accord is a quality car!
I just bought a 2-door LX Accord Coupe (4-cyl.,automatic) and it is a great car! It seems to handle better than my Camry did and the ride is just as smooth. The car is reasonably quiet inside and unlike the Camry, I do not hear any annoying vibrations coming from the dash and other places. The Accord seems to be a well-built, reliable and fun car. Though it is a 4-cylinder, it has plenty of power when needed and still gets great mileage. I am hooked on this car.

By Ricardo on June 11 @ 4:03 am
Best car I've ever owned
The #1 rated family sedan by Car and Driver lives up to its reputation. I chose this over a toyota Corolla and Camry; fortunately for me I did. The standard safety features of 8 airbags and ABS helps drive insurance costs down while protecting you and your passengers. It averages 30+ mpg on the highway, even when going faster than 75. Performance is great, as it has more than enough power to get up and go when you need it. The styling of the 2005 is a step up from the 03-04 models (all red tail lights now) although I still prefer the coupe model (but insurance costs more). For a car under $20k this is the absolute best choice.

By puki on November 12 @ 6:23 am
made a mistake
I am really sorry to have even considered this car because from the very first day that this car was bought, it has been giving me problems (squeaking, brakes are bad, got recalled for trans and airbags). Looked at the toyota and no such recall on that car. Bought the camry and am very happy with that car.

By Chris on December 12 @ 11:33 am
Awesome
This has serious power! I was expecting something little better than gutless. It's a hybrid, afterall. It did 124 mph and had plenty left before I felt I needed to slow it down. I got 26 mpg or so for the first 1000 miles. I'm now getting in the high 30s and even topped 40 mpg last week. It wasn't cheap - but Honda's have always held great value for me. I've owned 6 Honda's to date. Highly recommend the Hybrid.

By BeornBear on February 19 @ 1:46 pm
Love My First Four-Door
I actually became interested in the car after seeing a friend's Acura TL. I was very impressed with the voice activated navigation and integrated XM stereo. I did some research and realized that I could have 9/10 of that car in a much lower priced package with the Accord V-6. I've been extremely impressed with the interior quality and abundant features. This car has plenty of power and decent handling. I think my car's looks have been enhanced simply by adding a rear lip spoiler and fog lights. Judging by my short time with the car so far, I'd buy another in a heartbeat. Pretty good dealership experience as well.

By George E Roberts on May 18 @ 10:16 am
Extremely quality built auto for less $.
Very good value with good residual trade value. V-6 has adequate power, but could use 15 hp more too put in a class by itself. Satellite radio is poor quality, as I've had several problems. Leather appointments and interior design is above average. Rather than a unitized bumper, I think the auto would be a good example for a separate ionized bumper to increase crash residence and increase safety. It may enhance the auto roof to be extended over passenger compartment, like Nissan Maxima. The pass thru rear seat entry should be larger, rear seats should fold flat.

By ann on August 9 @ 4:53 pm
Love it!
I've had my Accord Hybrid about a month and I love it. I am amazed at how quiet it is, how smooth the ride is and the great pickup. I always think there is room for improvement for the fuel economy but for the size car I need right now I think this is the best. My new bumper sticker, "My other car is not a Hummer". :)

By moretoolife on September 18 @ 2:20 am
Accord Hybrid - New Owner's Impressions
My objective was to complete all negotiating before I walked into the dealer. I researched the Accord hybrid online and sent e-mails to all local dealers indicating interest to buy when one arrived. Several e-mailed me as they arrived but weren't keen on discounting off of sticker. One dealer was willing to sell the car at $1,000 off sticker, if I closed before the end of December. I test-drove the car at that dealer and after about 2 minutes in the car I was sold. I received my Accord hybrid on New Year's eve 2004. I have just turned over 1000 miles and my satisfaction has not waned. It is unbelievably quiet, and will really get up and go when asked. No squeaks or rattles.

By Rick on January 7 @ 11:53 pm
Mine is a 2003 LX V-6 Coupe
I've had my 2003 LX-V6 coupe for 1-1/2 years now and I like it as much as I did the day I drove it off the lot. It has power to burn (it will top 100 just going up the on ramp to the freeway) so merging with traffic and passing is a breeze. At the same time I get better than the EPA mileage estimate, 24 (me) vs. 21 (EPA) city and 32 vs. 30 highway. Handling is reasonable if not spectacular. I’ve done effortless 12 hour days driving from Colorado to Montana. And feature for feature, the price was the best of any make. Nobody else offered a V6 in this class for even close to the price I paid.

By IndyDriver on May 12 @ 4:23 am
I LIKE IT!
This car replaces a Saturn SL1 with 146K miles, so any new car would be a major improvement. What particularly impresses me about the Honda Accord is the excellent build quality. Fit and finish are superb. I mostly drive it around town. It handles securely in ice and snow and gives an excellent feel for clean roads without imparting fatigue. Power on local roads is excellent and it has maneuvers with ease on the highway. The automatic transmission almost never "hunts." for the right gear. Other cars (the Volvo S40, Acura TSX, VW Passat). . This car handes more serenely, but is still fun to drive. I think it represents a better value than the aforementioned vehicles

By john tyler on November 11 @ 3:13 am
Little Red Coupe
Had to wait to get the color red with navigation. With new car, why not get color I want? Also like tan leather better than black. Never had navigation and GPS is amazing; also like the XM radio and will keep it. The power can pin you back into the seat and the 1st MPG was 24.1 on regular. I wanted a car fun to drive on twists but comfortable on freeway. Think this will be it and can keep for a long time. Felt the coupe looked better in back compared to sedan. Body appears sculpted aerodynamically from all angles.

By eva on November 22 @ 7:43 am
very poor mileage
very poor mileage...17 in the city..even after the 25000 miles mark. Leather interior of a very poor quality ..too thin ..already strikes of white show on black leather...there is already a dealership recall for the transmission...a bad blind spot that makes it very unsafe and uneasy whenever you back-up. Also, not very comfortable for passengers (especially in the back) during long trips. We were expecting a lot more from Honda...this one is not worthed the money we spent. Too expensive for what it is, especially if you do more than 10000 a year. Very disapointing!!

By dan greenberg on June 21 @ 8:26 am
Best ever
This is a great car, there is nothing not to like, great power, great fuel economy. Honda gets better and better each year

By 04_accord_owner on May 29 @ 4:43 pm
1 year later...
I set myself a reminder to write a 1- year review of my 2004 Accord...and here I am. I've put 18,000 miles on it and have enjoyed all of them. I wanted an historically reliable car that I wouldn't have to think about for 10 years and I feel confident I made the right choice. I would recommend it to anyone.

By Steve on July 23 @ 9:46 am
Nothing but problems
I bought my Accord Hybrid 10 days ago. On the 4th day the engine light came on and the engine started to rattle and smoke. After the dealership looked over the car, I was told that is was a software issue. The car still does not run correctly. Today, while on the freeway, the right rear tire exploded. To my suprise, there isn't a spare in the trunk. After being towed to the dealership, they said they do not carry the tires and I would have wait a day or two for a replacement. They will not fix the engine, give me a spare, nor replace the vehicle.

By Hawk on December 31 @ 10:53 pm
Best Accord yet
I purchased this Accord, our fifth, 3 weeks ago and couldn't be happier. The 6 cylinder engine coupled with the 5 speed auto transmission and 16 inch tires are a great improvement. It rides well, has plenty of power, looks good inside and out, and has plenty of safety features. It is fun to drive and compared to my Lexus LS430 seems very comparable for less than half the price. It is a superb urban vehicle for my wife.

By daga on January 19 @ 6:36 am
mpg is disappointing for short trips
We purchased a Honda Accord Hybrid just last week. The fuel economy is disappointing us. Because my daily trips to work are short, the fuel saving features don't activate until half-way there. I would probably get equal fuel economy with a 4 cylinder non-hybrid and have saved 7 thousand dollars. The Accord hybrid does show good fuel economy on the freeway, but not on stop and go city driving.

By Kelly Faris on June 3 @ 4:36 pm
Accord Hybrid "The best yet"!!!
I purchased a Civic Hybrid three years ago and just upgraded to the new Hybrid Accord. It has to be the best Honda of the 25 that I have owned. I have found nothing that I do not love about this car and when they describe it as a "Hybrid Rocket", they are not kidding!! What a wonderful addition to the Honda Family!!

By PC on July 7 @ 2:46 pm
Great Value for your money
This is my 3rd Honda, I currently own a 2002 CRV, and had a 1988 Accord. After doing extensive search to replace my wife's Saturn, the Honda Accord was a hands down winner. I seriously looked at the Camry, which had a quieter road noise than the Accord but not by much, but everything else was a win by the Accord. I am impressed by the comfortable ride ,all the features as well as all the standard saftey features that it comes with, Anti-lock brakes, side air bags, also Goverment crash test results. Honda provides the best value for the money by several thousands of dollars. The heated seats and power driver seat is also a nice feature.

By tomr on May 13 @ 6:33 pm
A good value but a noisy vehicle
I just bought my 2005 EX 3 weeks ago. It met a number of important needs that other cars I looked at couldn't; fuel economy, backseat leg room, and a reasonable price. This is my second Honda Accord. Honda was discounting the cars below invoice which added to what I perceived as a good value. My only complaint, but it's a biggy, is the amount of road/tire and wind noise that makes its way to the cabin. The noise is most prevalent on highways with a high amount of aggregate -- unfortunately this accounts for most of my travel. I initially thought something was wrong with the vehicle but my dealership insists the noise is "normal".

By Brian on December 20 @ 6:23 pm
Review
Very nice. Much more exciting than a Camry. Smooth ride, handling not bad. very nice interior. missing some features however. alloy wheels are an improvement from '04. overall great car for the price.

By EHC on August 21 @ 5:26 am
Accord V6 6spd vs BMW 328is
I used to have a 97 BMW 328is coupe. I loved the car, the new 2005 honda v6 6spd coupe is faster in a straight line not in turns though. For everyday driving it is comparable and a lot less money to buy and maintain.

By R S. Scott on December 8 @ 4:50 pm
Great Car for the money!
This is my 3rd Honda Accord I previously had 1994 EXL and a 2001 EXL...I had to save money so I went with the 2005 LX 5 Speed, and had to have it ordered, as there are very few 5 speed LX. I would like to see interior color choices increased. I would like to see a silver car, with grey (leather) and grey interior offered. If honda does not offer that, they are going to loose a faithful Honda customer to Toyota, as you can custom select your leather choice! Honda has also stepped back from the 2001 to the 2005 in the interior of the car. I was not pleased with the hand rest on the 2005. Also on the EXL they do not have leather trim in the back! The preformance of the 2005 is GREAT!!!

By D.Wiseman on June 6 @ 5:03 am
Beyond Satisfaction
It took a total of 25 min. for me to close a deal from the time I walked in the showroom and sat down with Brad Buck at Jenkins & Wynne. The price was below TMV & they got use exactly what we wanted. Plus they threw in the mud guards for free, and gave us the mirror option for cost. I LOVE this car.

By dharris417 on June 7 @ 8:10 am
Great Car
Stylish car that is fun to drive. Multiple controls on steering. Roomy interior that is confortable and adjustible to fit people of every size. Reliable service. The V-6 will merge into traffic without the fear of getting ran over.

By HBdude on June 4 @ 5:36 am
My Very First Car
Being 15 1/2 I have been looking for a car that would suit my needs...Ok anything would have been fine I mean driving=freedom but I really wanted something that would be large enough for me not to be cramped in and luxuroius. The Honda Accord EX-L fits my needs, the 160 HP is plenty power for my driving, I took it for a drive down the coast and it handled well in the hilly areas. The quailty of the ride is good from the drives seat but I'n not expecting it to handle my friend's BMW's or Mercedes. The brakes are a bit weak but I adjusted and I'm fine with it. The interior is amazing and is roomy for everyone, this car is extremly safe which makes it a great family sedan, or a teen car.

By Altitude on February 26 @ 8:10 pm
In the city
The hybrid features of this new Accord activate after the engine warms up, which takes over 2 miles. For longer trips in city driving, the fuel economy will be just fine..close to the predicted (29 m.p.g.). But for short trips, the 4 cylinder Accord would do just as well and cost much less up front.

By jsflan on September 4 @ 2:33 am
Love pushing that pedal
Only had it two weeks, but this car is much more than my 2001 Accord 4 cyl. trade-in. 240 HP v. 135 HP for starters, and that increases the driving fun exponentially. In my advancing middle age, I'm also lovin' all the bells and whistles, esp. the XM...but the biggest thrill now is the acceleration, handling and steering. Very fun to drive, at least for one used to a 4 door, 4 banger for the last 4 years.

By darkridrDE on May 24 @ 9:23 pm
First 4-Door
Took possession of my new Accord on Christmas Eve. I wanted a change from my unreliable VW 2door. I had been very impressed with the navigation and sound system in a friend's TL and realized I could have almost all the same features at a much lower price in the Accord. It has a powerful V6, with decent mileage to boot. Plenty big enough cabin/trunk space and just about every feature I could ask for in a car. This particular model must not be too popular, as the dealer had a hard time tracking down an EX-V6 with Navi. Foglights and rear lip spoiler added just the right touch.

By dclolly on July 15 @ 6:10 am
nice car but ugly lights
I like the car, but not crazy about the color choices and the lights, specially the rear lights, they are long and look like a sad/angry face!

By gatorfan on November 20 @ 12:50 pm
Glad I bought one
My wife and I traded her 2001 BMW 330ci for the 2005 Honda Accord Coupe. Coming from a BMW we knew we had to max the new car out so it has everything except the 17 inch wheel option. The car's build and fit are perfect. The doors, windows, and sun roof all close solidly, giving a feel of quality. The cabin provides a quieter ride than the BMW did, which was one of the things we wanted to improve. The ride is smooth and sure. We felt it was considerably better than the Toyota Solara. There are very few things you can add as options on the Honda where Toyota will tack on a hundred dollars or so for options. The V-6 is strong and the 5-speed auto shifts seamlessless.

By Stealth on April 19 @ 4:56 am
Sports car in disguise.
After months of wandering car lots, we finally got serious, drove cars, and talked prices. We liked the styling and performance of the Infiniti G35 Coupe, but the back seat was unbearable (crooked neck and head banging on the glass) and the price was intimidating. A test of the Acura TSX was quite pleasing, but it was a 4-door (less "sporty"), and was going to cost $2-3K more than the Accord Coupe. The 6-speed we loved in the TSX also comes in the Accord V6 Coupe, which offered more power and performance for less money. There is slightly less rear-seat headroom, but enough for us (5'11"). Cars we didn't drive: A4 V6, BMW 325 - too costly; RX8, Maxima, Subaru - styling; Camry - handling.

By Rebecca on August 14 @ 4:10 am
Honda 2005
I had always been a Ford Mustang GT (fun and sporty) driver, until I decided to try something completely different. I purchased my 2005 vehicle in December of 2004, and couldn't be more pleased. The car is so smooth, I'm speeding before I realize it! It's classy and elegant, but also sporty! There are so many more details to the car, then I could even start to explain. I highly recommend!

By FlowerMan on April 27 @ 4:43 pm
99%
Quality car you won't regret buying. Fun to drive, quiet, comfortable (although not quite as comfortable as a full-size luxury car), great gas mileage, really nice sound system.

By FlowerMan on April 27 @ 4:43 pm
99%
Quality car you won't regret buying. Fun to drive, quiet, comfortable (although not quite as comfortable as a full-size luxury car), great gas mileage, really nice sound system.

By Don Paul on May 7 @ 6:26 am
Livin' Large on a Moderate Budget
In the 4 months I've my 2005 EX-V6, nothing has gone wrong; no rattles or creaks. Still feels brand new. Serene ride on most surfaces; shockingly fast; very good cornering; most comfortable driver seat I've ever had; great ergonomics; feels luxurious yet sporty-when-pressed. Engine is a marvel, incredibly smooth and responsive. Usually have driven stick; this is a silky, responsive 5 speed auto with grade logic. Fit & finish near perfect; good brakes & better in snow than my previous Jetta 1.8T; good storage; very attractive 2 tone leather and dash; nice vinyl and only a bit of hard plastic; minimal wind noise; road noise on coarse surfaces fairly low. In general, love this car!

By Masjevo on March 23 @ 3:06 pm
Good, but not great
Purchased the car after getting a new job and losing my company car, a 2002 Ford Taurus. The Honda is definitely better, but not as much as I expected it to be, especially the build quality. There are already rattles and creaks coming from the interior and the sunroof and the car only has 100 miles on it. Don't get me wrong, the quality is good, I just expected more.Also, not happy with the dealership at all. When I took delivery, the car was not totally clean and there was a ding and scratch in the rear bumper. To get me out of his hair, the salesman told me that if they could not fix the bumper to my satisfaction, they'd replace it completely. We'll see what happens...

By Afonse on September 12 @ 10:20 am
05 Honda accord
I had purchased the 05 Accord Lx because my 96 civic EX was a great car. The car overall is great, but the manufacturer could have made the radio reception better and had a better quality control. For example, the inner roof top needs to be glued and the dash was not seated right. Minor to its overall perfomance and looks. Dealership did not emphasize how the car does not need an oil change until 10,000 miles per normal wear. Instead, they gimmick deals on maintenance for every 3700 and other unnecessary maintenance. As mentioned earlier, I had a car in great shape for over 120,000 with proper maintance.

By Tammy on July 23 @ 3:16 am
Accord Hybrid
Great car with great gas mileage. Who would expect anything less from Honda. The only drawback is the lack of a real spare tire; however, there is room for one if desired. I had a moon roof added to mine because they don't include one as standard equipment - I was told it's because of weight. I can't say that I've noticed a mileage difference because of it.

By Jan from WI on November 28 @ 12:23 pm
5 months and counting
My '05 Accord turned over 10,000 miles this week & I'm still very happy with my investment. This is my 3rd Honda purchase, 1st Accord. The reliability I've experienced from my Honda's keeps me coming back & loyalty with the dealer keeps me getting a good deal. Since 1977 my family has owned a combined total of 7 Hondas with my latest purchase - I drove 5 of them. Honda was my first car & though I've tried others, I know it's the best value! I did a lot of research and drove a number of other vehicles, but I knew that I'd be getting the best for my money from another Honda. Going from a 5 speed to an automatic worried me, but I'm totally satisfied with the performance. GO FOR IT! REALLY

By Happy owner on October 21 @ 9:53 pm
Fun Car to Drive
This car is a joy to drive. I have enjoyed the fact that it is quieter than previous Accords and gives a smoother ride. It has great pick-up and cruises extremely well on the open road.This has gotten excellent gas mileage. I get about 25 to 27 on all around driving and 31 to 34 on open road driving. The Navigation system has been helpful at times. However, it would be nice if it could yield routes other than the interstate. Seats are very comfortable- love the seat warmers. This car has been a pure pleasure to own and drive!

By babak khoda on December 5 @ 4:50 am
7.5
its a great car for an older person trying to look young, but for an enthusaist it falls short when it comes to proformance. the car doesnt bring the driver confidence and mores has really bad understeer when cornering hard. the car is fast though, in a srait line its a lot of fun but arounds turns im constantly afraid i might understeer and crash. the interior is nice and so is the outside.

By Michael on October 9 @ 3:46 pm
Greay Vehicle!!
This is an outstanding car. After research, it looked like the maximum bang for my buck. I have not been disappointed. I added an alarm sysyem for security and auto door locks when car put into gear. Dealership experience great. Another hint for those used to auto headlights or daytime running lamps is to leave lights on with EX. The auto off will turn off lights after 10 or 15 seconds. The car drives great with good power and outstanding fit and finish. You cannot go wrong with this car!!

By Michael on February 25 @ 4:10 pm
Great car!!
This is an outstanding vehicle! After doing the research, it was apparent to me that this car gives the maximum bang for your hard earned dollar. It has features you would not expect for a vehicle which costed under $29,000 (including destination, taxes and all). I added an alarm system for security and auto door locking feature when placed in gear. Great dealership experience. Another tip for those who might want daytime running lamps or auto on headlights is to keep your lights on all of the time. The auto off feature in the EX model will turn off the headlights after 5 or 10 seconds. The car has great power (240hp) and fit and finish. The Honda Nav system is second to none.

By gdog477 on March 7 @ 11:23 pm
Great Car for the money.
I got my accord dx a few months ago and have put on about 7000 miles. I have had no problems, and find the car to be great fo long distances. It is comfortable and roomy.

By Alejandro on July 5 @ 3:33 am
Accord Review
One of the best cars on the road. Can not say anything bad about it. Smooth fast fun and reliable at the same time

By John Overby on November 3 @ 5:40 am
The New Accord, 4cyl dohc 5A.
The new accord is an amazing vehical. I have the 4cyl 5 speed auto. The one thing I really love is the 5 speed automatic transmission, very intelligent and the extra gear adds to the fuel economy too. I like Lincoln Town cars but the suspension sucks. The Accord is considered a luxury car but has stiff sport suspension which in my opinion is awesome. I drove it across country, North Carolina to Alaska. In the mountains there were curvey roads that suggested 40mph which I easily took at 95 to 100 mph! with ease. I was very impressed. First gear accellerates very fast and easily pulls ahead of all other traffic especially at tolls, my favorite. Steering is tight at 120mph.

By David Parrish on April 25 @ 6:20 am
Honda Accord Hybrid
The shift from gas to electric assist is seamless. Initially, it's seems strange to pull to a stoplight and the engine shuts-off when you break. As soon as you touch the accelerator, the car takes off like a vehicle with a regular gas engine.The drive is smooth with plenty of power for any condition we've experienced.

By Ghassan on November 10 @ 2:26 pm
Awsome Car
This car is great, if anyone is thinking of buying a great car that's reliable and reasonble priced, you should think about buying a Honda Accord because it's know for it's great reliability and also it won't depreciate it's value like domestic cars and for a 2.4 Liter 4 Cylinders that produce 160 HPs and 161 pound/FT. torque it's very fast and fun to drive.

By Warney on January 12 @ 8:13 pm
"The car that nobody wants"
I bought the 2005 Accord LX Coupe 2.4l equipped with the 5-speed manual transmission, "the car that nobody wants" according to multiple dealers I visited. I am 6'5" and 220 lbs and can't fit in an EX, the sunroof scrapes my head. Plenty of headroom in the LX. Tilt/telescopic wheel with lighted controls is great! Ordering a car from Honda is not easy, don't believe the brochures on color choice. For $18,325 I got a safe car that will last a long time, offers a good balance of power, sportiness, quality, roominess, and economy. Car is incredibly quiet and I expect many years of trouble free service from it. Many thoughtful features with intuitive operation and flawless performance.

By haskell on March 6 @ 2:20 pm
First Honda
After comparing cars in the same class I chose a Honda, and I am very happy with my choice. I like the way it handle and the v6 is very quick when you need the power. MY MILEAGE IS NOT THAT GREAT. My average is about 24 miles to a gallon hi-way only.

By James Trotter on December 17 @ 7:50 pm
The best car that I ever purchased.
I've purchased four honda's prior to buying the Accord EXL, and each one had there own special touch to them. But what makes the Accord EXL unique is when I take a road trip. There is nothing like it, I mean its like you're dreaming. You can't feel the road or hear the vehicle when its going down the highway. Thank God for XM radio, because it makes all the difference when you can't decide which CD to listen to.

By Stephen L. Smith on January 4 @ 9:13 am
I Love It
This is the greatest car. I had never owned a Honda before, and feel like I now have one of the best cars in its class. My gas mileage is much higher than estimated, and the 4 cylinder has all the power I need, with smooth gear changing, great comfort. I have seen reviews complaining of road noise, but I don't notice it. In fact, my car seems amazingly quiet on the road. I listen to CD's with ease, unhinderred by supposed road noise. In addition, I am not nearly as tired after a trip. I feel this is truly a quality car and I am pleased to own a Honda Accord.

By Jane on January 8 @ 10:26 am
Ford Expedition Rear Impact
I was driving north in commuting traffic in a.m. on the Garden State Parkway in the far left lane of the "Express Lanes" when traffic suddenly came to a halt. I barely missed hitting the car in front of me (who also missed hitting the car in front of them, & so on). Simultaneously, the car in front then changed to the right middle lane;in my rear view mirror an SUV behind me who could not stop in time. My vehicle was pushed into the left side guard rail, bounced off; spun around; crossed over 2 lanes to the right plus an exit lane; across the snow covered grass median & landed in the middle of the "Local Lanes". I walked out of my totalled car; the SUV driver: a broken hand an SUV totalled!

By anna dickson on August 24 @ 2:26 pm
best car i have owned
I have previously owned Toyota, Chevy, Infiniti, and Nissan, this Honda Accord is simply the best! I love driving it, I have the leather seats and all the bells and whistles. It handles great in snow. Lots of safety features too.

By DRC on January 10 @ 1:10 pm
my new accord
Handles very well, instruments easy to read and are well placed, navigation is easy to learn, GREAT power!!, probably one of the best cars i'ved owned for the price....

By Rho L on September 6 @ 2:50 pm
The Best Car Yet!
Traded in my 93 Accord (160000 miles) for this new "baby". It drives like you are on a cloud. I love everything about it, especially the Navi systen. It's a fun SAFE car!

By marty on March 8 @ 5:53 am
05 Accord EX-L 5 speed
I love this car. Replaced a 95 Accord V6 EX-L with this. Car is quiet, smooth, and loaded with features. 5 speed makes the 4 cylinder very easy to live with, and with gas prices going up every day, mileage is great as well.

By Dan on October 14 @ 8:56 am
Pilot or Accord, Mazda or G6
After much thought, we decided in favor of the 2005 accord ex with cloth. Although the residual value on the Pilot was better, with gas prices on the rise, we chose another accord. Mazda and Pontiac were considered, just briefly before trading in the 2002 special edition. It was the best decision, we realized significant improvements in the vehicle since 2002. I was impressed with all the upgrades, from the increased horsepower to the solid ride. The interior was well appointed and the cabin space slightly larger. Instrumentation was well organized and easy to use. Only one minor regret,the moonroof didn't work. The dealer was aware of a fuse problem, otherwise, very satisfied.

By Jake on November 17 @ 10:43 am
I like it a lot
I was actually in the market for a Mazda3, but the Mazda dealerships must think that they have a gold mine because they were not giving me anywhere near my trade-in value that Honda gave me (Almost $3000 more)! I wasn't even considering the Honda until my wife told me how much she enjoyed hers from a few years back so I figured I'd take one out for a spin. Boy was I surprised! The car was a lot peppier than the Mazda3 and I liked the feel of the cockpit much better. I actually drove the V6 auto, but I like the 4cyl 5 spd much better. The shifts are smooth and the engine just keeps climbing.All in all, this is a great little car and I am very happy with it!

By Steve on August 15 @ 3:40 am
Wow!
I am so excited to own a new accord. This car is giving me everything I want. I can even go to Home Depot and fit an eight foot piece of molding in the cabin and still shut the trunk:)

By LIP on September 4 @ 3:06 am
2005 Accord
Overall, this is a fantastic car. The four cylinder feels stronger than a lot of base V6s, especially in the 50-80 mph range. It rides smoothly, yet corners crisply. The 5 speed auto is better than any other I've driven, but being accustomed to a stick, it still seems a bit too twitchy. Especially with the cruise on, it's over eager to downshift. It shouldn't ever have to shift down to 3rd on the freeway in the MidWest. With the cruise off, it seems to shift more conservatively. Shifts are always very smooth. Gas mileage has been a little low, 16-18 mpg city. Hopefully that will improve (only 1500 miles on it now). The ABS brakes are incredible,even in turns, and almost silent.

By B. Rescigna on November 28 @ 1:43 am
not as good as it used to be
New Accord has bad wind noise. The rear defroster doesn't seem to work when there's snow on the window. Dealer said there's nothing wrong w/defroster. They didn't check the wind noise. I've owned 3 Honda Accords. This one is a disappointment. The dealers have not been good in terms of service.

By Tim on March 25 @ 7:13 am
Honda Accord
Great car other than it doesn't like to go into reverse. Honda Canada is still "reviewing" whether or not my reverse woes in fact warrant repairs. Pushing it out of parking spots when its two weeks old apparently is acceptable to Honda !

By J.A. on December 19 @ 10:23 pm
Great Vehicle!!!
The EX V6 4dr sedan provides great comfort, performance and value in gasusage. It is a sleek, powerful vehicle that hugs the road and seems to minimize bumps. Handling, speed to merge/pass and noise are just a few factors where this auto excels. This car will take you there faster, quieter and smoother and so much so that one needs to either set the cruise control or keep a close eye on the speedometer as you will get ticketed by unknowingly speeding!

By Satisfied on December 27 @ 9:30 pm
A must buy
A great investment in terms of resale value, reliability, luxury, and sporty.

By Ed on February 8 @ 11:36 am
Good Car
It has a Smooth ride, great maneuverability and excellent braking, beautiful leather upolstery plenty of room inside.

By Jamie on April 9 @ 7:43 am
Higher level thinking.
We like our new Accord a lot, it seems much improved over previous models in overall comfort and looks. I think it looks a lot richer than the old body style did too. Every aspect of this car shows of higher level thinking on Hondas part. I wouldn't hesitate to recomend this car to anyone looking for good fuel milage in a well rounded sedan in the low 20's

By BMS on December 1 @ 1:10 pm
Example of good engineering.
This car is very well-thought-out. Interior is very comfortable, ride a good compromise between handling & smoothness. Engine is very quiet & smooth for a 4, except for a slight vibration at about 900RPM (3-5MPH), which I am told is "normal" for this car but is mildly annoying. Quiet on highway, except for slight, nconsequential road noise on rough pavement. Steering feels sporty for its size on the highway, although in this regard my '94 Accord was a little better. The car feels more powerful than it is. Overall, this car does everything well and nothing poorly and is, in my opinion, the best overall choice in its class.

By Carlos on March 10 @ 4:16 am
WOW what a car
I've been a Toyota Guy my whole life and I must say, this Accord blows my Toyota Camery Solara away. The wheel feel as well as the interior are far superior. I couldn't be happier with my purchase

By George Z. on June 22 @ 3:56 pm
30 mpg plus!
So far so good. I am getting 30 mpg plus, and the car is very fast. Very good pick up and handling. Looks great! It's hard to believe that it is a hybrid! It takes a little getting used to when the engine turns off when you have come to a complete stop, then turns on again when your foot comes off the brake.

By Lex on November 26 @ 1:50 am
Nice Ride!
The vehicle is HOT! Before buying, I drove the Maxima & TL; I bought the Accord (Red): no premium on price or gas, and not costly to maintain. I trust Honda; this is my 6th. I did not like the redesign at first until I saw the 6 spd with the 17 inch sport wheels. People stare with envy: I like that!

By jhagler on December 14 @ 1:13 am
V6 Accord
This is my second Accord in 3 years and not my last. It's the best mix of sports car, economy car, and luxury car. Car is a little costly, but fun to drive. V6 has great response. very fast. great sound system ... love it

By Sonny on February 15 @ 3:40 am
Off to a good start
This is my second Accord and the best so far. Very happy with performance and build quality but disappointed with road noise. Fuel efficiency acceptable considering the pep from the V6. Overall, very impressed after 500 miles of ownership.

By Larry Cox on August 14 @ 9:53 pm
Honda Hybrid
This is the second Honda hybrid I've owned. I traded a Civil in for my present Accord. It doesn't get the same gas milage as the Civic but is one of the most comfortable cars I've ever owned. It is a joy. Nothing gives me more pleasure than to see Hummers and monster SUVs parked at gas pumps as I drive by.

By scott s on August 20 @ 11:30 am
Hybrid is Excellent Choice
This was the best car purchasing experience I have had in 15 years of buying. Buy through Honda.com! They really do give you the best price. Even though this is a new vehicle, I still paid what I wanted, and got extras free. The car is tight! Quiet, comfortable, and a joy to drive. It takes a while to get used to the autostop, but you actually enjoy sitting at stop lights burning no fuel. It has pep too. The V6/electric motor combo is awesome. Merging w/traffic is easy despite the title "hybrid". I averaged 26mpg my first tank of nearly 100% short trip, stop and go. The few times I got on the highway I could immediately see the mileage cruise to above 35!

By KASIEGEL on September 3 @ 1:00 pm
Converted Honda Fan
I've been exceptionally pleased with the Honda Accord. It is pleasurable to drive in the city and hwy. My other vehicle, a 2003 A6 Quattro, is more fun/sporty, but I must admit to enjoying the Accord more (don't tell my wife). The 240 hrs pwr, leather trim, Nav system, XM radio- makes for an awesome ride.Would I rather have a new A6- of course! But all things considered this is one of the smartest purchases I have made to date. I highly recommend this vehicle to any one who finds value to be important.Oh yeah, given the new addition to our family, we're trading in the Audi for an Odyssey EXL w/ Nav/DVD. I never thought I'd say this- I actually WANT to own an Odyssey.

By Whitney Robinson on January 16 @ 6:03 am
AWESOME CAR!
It is the smoothest ride! We have owned Hondas for years and this year I think they have just put the icing on the cake as far as a luxury car is concerned. The radio even sounds great! i can't wait to get in my car and go somewhere. Sometimes I just get in the car and drive with no destination in mind.

By jfalkman on February 24 @ 1:23 pm
Gas Mileage to Improve?
Bought the Accord Hybrid 1 week ago. Almost through the 600 mile break-inperiod. Wondering what other Accord Hybrid owners experience is with the MPG. Right now, I'm only getting 25-27 combined city/highway. That's a bit under the sticker - 31 city/37 highway. I drive 47 miles highway each way to/from work.

By Rick Brown on August 11 @ 8:03 am
Best One Yet!
I have had many Honda's as well as the competitive models in it's class and this is the best one yet! I LOVE IT!

By JR on April 12 @ 1:40 am
3 Months with an Accord Hybrid
After owning a 2001 Honda Accord V6, the thrill of owning the first ever Accord Hybrid was highly anticipated. This vehicle has met and actually exceeded our expectations for quality and just pure fun to drive. It has far more pep than other Accord models, handles remarkably well, rides extremely well and is just a pleasure to drive.

By Ginger on April 22 @ 4:23 pm
highly recommend
Dependable, Stylish, Sleek, Good on Gas, Love the bright instumental panel, Cool radio, Very peepy for a Automatic

By Ruth on May 7 @ 2:46 am
Awesome
After waiting since November, I just got my new white Accord Hybrid. It was worth the wait! The exterior is sporty with its aerodynamic lines, mini spoiler, and satellite antenna. It's interior is cozy, loaded with features like separate climate control for driver and passengers, voice activated navigation and audio systems, comfy leather seats, and fully adjustable driver's seat.

By UK on May 21 @ 11:10 pm
Excellent car
Bought it after testdriving several competitors, camry, nissan. So far enjoying it completely. Nice acceleration, comfort, fun to drive. My first Accord, but not the first Honda. Looks good inside and out, comfy leather,clean lines.Comes with everything included, which is nice.Even my teenage son is impressed!

By nosliwffej on July 15 @ 9:30 pm
Not nearly there!
I do not recommend this car. My expectations have not nearly been met. Highway mileage is great but city mileage has yet to break 20 MPG in suburban Boston. I'm certain that will improve after the winter but will be no where near the EPA mileage. The biggest disappointment is the loose steering. As a three car owner, all Hondas, the steering doesn't compare to either the CRV or the Odyssey. This car replaced a German Sports sedan. I wasn't expecting the same drive but I didn't expect to despise HIGHWAY driving. It's not quite as bad as a big 1967Chevy wagon, but it's bad. I'M considered trading the car in. Drive this on the highway with turns before you seriously consider purchase

By albert sterlini on August 7 @ 2:00 am
Very nimble safe to drive
Superior quality. It safe and fun to drive. I's alwasy a renewed experience every time I start her up

By Jim on August 12 @ 3:40 am
What a feeling...usually.
My EX has been back to the dealership way too many times for hard starting and cold sputtering until warm-up. Honda says the hard start problem is a result of the emission system going through a "test cycle" periodically. I have a 2005 Lexus ES330 which hums along perfectly, without as much as a hiccup. Honda needs to eliminate this issue on their V6 engines.

By djmeagher on August 27 @ 4:43 pm
awesome
Handles great with lots of power and nearly 40 miles to the gallon on the highway!

By CJ on August 30 @ 1:40 am
My Hybrid is AWESOME!!
I love my Accord Hybrid!! It is fun to drive and the V6 makes it quick - not gutless in the least. The change between the gas and electric engines is indistinguishable. I love the fact that the dash shows when it is running via the gas engine and also when only the electric engine is on. The braking charges this remarkable car. The price is steep, but as more companies make these cars, the price will drop. All of my friends wish they had this car!!!

By eaglesontheroad on October 17 @ 2:56 pm
2 years. 3 transmissions
the transmissions on theses cars have been recalled for defects, i am on my third in two years, they seem to last about 20000 miles. save yourself the hassles and get something else.

By mollybegoode on November 9 @ 11:30 pm
does your dash rattle too?
I am/always have been a Honda die hard. This is my 7th honda purchase. No better car on the road. but I've had one consistent gripe with the defrost system, inadequate. In the dead of winter you have to turn the a/c to get the windows to clear. I had read a review on the 2004 coupe models where someone complained of a dash rattle....well guess what? I have got a dash rattle.. you pay 25 thousand dollars for a car and the dash rattles??? sonds like the window isn't in tight or something is lose in the dash...unacceptible

By Duff Evans on January 13 @ 3:43 pm
2005 Honda Accord EX-L Duff's
The automobile Industry should follow in the foot steps of the Honda. They have it all together and the others should take notice and build a masterpiece like the Honda Motor Car Division has. In my own words the best most safe and solid car on the road today and that is not exaggerating at all. Driving this car everyday gives me a safe feeling that I know I am going to see my family at the end of my day. Thanks for building such a great Automobile Honda :p)

By Jim on March 15 @ 4:53 pm
Love my new Accord EX V6
On New Year's Eve I purchased a new 2005 Accord EX V6 Sedan. I keep my cars a long time and wanted a car I knew I could count on to last 10 years or more. My first Honda was a new 77 Accord and I have owned several others down through the years with the last one being a new 91 Accord EX Sedan, and each of them was a great car. I selected the Accord because of the high performance V6 engine, the 5 speed automatic and its styling, which is much more attractive to me than the Camry. I have had it 3 months now and I really love it. I can recommend this car without reservation and if you like performance I guarantee you will like having the V6!

By Shana on May 24 @ 4:23 am
2nd honda & I LOVE IT
I love this car ~ i had a 94 accord before this one and i needed to get another one ~ ive had no problems with the car since i got it ~ great to drive ~ looks great to!

By James on October 21 @ 10:30 am
All I can say is "It's A Honda"
I really thought hard about which car would be good for my wife and I. We both agreed that the Accord was the one for us. Not only is this a great car but it's so comfortable for long trips. It's fast and so stylish. It's everything a car should be. It's a very dependable car. After having 1 Hondas we did think we should look at may another car and maybe give it a chance; but after all the great years with no problems we just had to tun around and get one more!!

By Lee on August 13 @ 8:56 pm
7th Honda and still going strong
A pure pleasure to drive. Great handling and brakes. Interior is much improved over 2002. Acceleration also much improved over 2002 and the entire drivetrain is silky smooth.

By street rod on May 6 @ 4:30 am
fun and power in one package
this vehicle is used as a daily driver and performs to every expectation i had for it. plenty of power when needed and a quiet comfortable ride when going for extended distances. could not expect more from a car- has also been extremely reliable.

By Laffelady on February 3 @ 7:46 am
Crummy Paint
I am surprised to find out that the white Honda Accord that I purchased has only two coats of paint on it. It does not have the clear coat because it is white. A small pebble apparently hit the hood. Now it has to be painted. I have two places on the rear bumper that the paint scrapped off while the car was at the airport. A Honda dealer while I was on vacation told me about the paint. I have never had a car that has paint that just flakes off. What can I do? I bought this beast in Sept 2004. It is a 2005 model. I wish I had never even seen this car. It has a high pitch whine from the front. The first 100 mile trip I went on there was a constant flapping sound from toward the front.

By segmaz on October 14 @ 8:30 pm
Own it, Love it
Owned a 2000 Accord and was so pleased with it that I purchased a 2004. I like the exterior design much better and the interior is much nicer as well. Nothing compares to the reliability of the Accord as well as the fit and finish. The car handles very well and the road visibility is superior to all others I test drove. I highly recommend this vehicle if you are looking for a sporty reliable vehicle that is roomy enough to double as the every day family car as well.

By Adam on December 26 @ 8:36 pm
nice and economical
Have had the car for about a month now. Seats are comfortable and the dual temp control is a nice feature. XM radio is a great addition. For the difference in price between leather seats or cloth seats, and all the extra goodies you get with leather seats, can't imagine why anyone would get an EX without leather. I get about 29 MPG with 1500 miles on the engine. The car accelerates adequately and is quiet at highway speeds. Suspension is a bit stiff, but is acceptable. This car is very easy to start and shift. Would be a great car to learn stick shift on.

By Jimbo on January 5 @ 6:06 pm
Sweet Ride....
I've had the new Accord EX-L for about a week. It is one sweet ride. Some reviews have complained about road noise, but it's not a problem for me. The car is quick and responsive, escpecially for a 4 cyl. car. The auto tranny is unbelievably smooth. You can hardly tell when it shifts. Handling is great. The interior has a quality feel. I especially love the XM radio that comes with the leather package. One catch is that the front passenger seat does not have a heater in the backrest, just the seat. The brakes on my car are a little touchy, so I will bring it back to the dealer for an adjustment. Other than that, its the perfect car for me.

By 56rascal on February 9 @ 4:20 pm
Going Greener with Some Style
A first look for the curious...My initial gas mileage is around 29 mpg for in town (60% highway/ 40% city). Powerful engine but if you have a lead foot don't expect to get the mpg also. You can slightly feel the engine kick between ECO (three cylinder operation) and the full six. You should test drive it (at operating temp.) and feel for this. Engine shuts down on stops (at op. temp.) unless you like or need to constantly creep forward. You'll feel the slight vibration on restart, but I enjoy the reminder I'm not sitting and idling. My driving style is changing to match the capacity of the car (looking for the ECO light). Power-excellent; handling-good; interior-very good. More later?

By Dengben on June 7 @ 3:43 pm
My 05
I last owned a 1990 honda accord and loved it.But my 05 accord is nothing like the 90,the motor and transmition are the smoothiest i have ever seen the interior is quiet and comfortable the XM satelite radio was a nice addition

By DJ on December 26 @ 2:43 am
My New '05 Accord Coupe EX V6 6sp
This is my review of my new '05 Honda Accord Coupe in the EX V6 6 speed variant. FYI, I am an aerospace engineer, so I do look closely. I didn't even do a test drive for 2 reasons,first they didn't have a 6 speed on the lot then and I had recently sold my 2000 Integra GS-R and knew the quality I was looking for. I might add, if Acura would have put a 6 cylinder in the Integra I would have kept it, but ... I purchased the Sapphire Blue sight unseen but from the brochure and was very happy when it showed up at the dealer. The color was brilliant in the sunlight with a mild metallic sparkle, the color/paint was consistent over the contours and body seams.

By Dave on September 9 @ 8:20 pm
New Accord Ex-L with Navigation
Just purchases. Was a little disappointed with some of the features that seem to be standard on other cars in this price range. Other than these little things, I love this car. The navigation system is worth the additional cost (not to mention fun to play with). Wish I would have purchased the V-6 because the car seems a little underpowered. This is all I can complain about. This is a well built car and a great car to drive.

By jazzchip on September 4 @ 2:00 am
not so good
New 6cyl Accord Lx. Wind noise is very noticable at higher speeds. Road noise is terrible at all speeds. Hard riding. Rattles at 4m miles. My '95 Accord was a better car.

By RJ on February 12 @ 4:20 pm
Accord Hybrid....WOW
This is the best car I have ever had the pleasure of driving. You get great performance (255 HP) with luxury and outstanding gas mileage. The quality of the car is amazing. Everything about the car feels awesome. I feel like I'm driving a Porsche. The reliability of Honda puts my mind at ease. I highly recommend this car. Having my cell phone charging in my center armrest while out of view is very cool.

By Jerry S. on February 7 @ 4:46 pm
One of the Best
I've had this car for only 1 week now and if it's possible to love a piece of metal, then I must admit, I love this car. I find it to be a really fun car to drive, plently of pep (for 4 cyls.) and extremely comfortable and responsive. I would unhesitatingly reccomend it to anyone who want a quality car at a resonable price.

By Chris on October 5 @ 8:40 pm
Just Love the V6
Although just had the car for 2 weeks, I am very impressed with the quality comforts and handling for the price. Just traded a 2003 Camry which I loved and although the Camry was more quiet and provided a smoother ride, the interior comforts, handling and extras of the Accord definately make up for it. I Definately recomend it.

By Bugaboo on March 17 @ 8:50 am
Love My Honda!
Nice quiet ride. Loads of interior space. Great color choices. The V6 is exceptionally smooth. Great price for a great car.

By Buyers Remorse on November 18 @ 8:23 pm
Honda needs to learn from the Europeans
I've had 4 Hondas over the years, and several European makes. I purchased this car this week, and in the first 400 miles I realize this was a mistake. While Honda manufactures wonderful engines and transmissions, and are generally user-friendly, the steering and suspension are COMPLETE DISAPPOINTMENTS. The car drives like a rollerskate, fights changes in direction, rebounds off any inperfections in the road, cannot track around bends to save itself, and has a completely unacceptable amount of road noise resonating in the cabin. I drive 100 miles a day, and this car makes me tired with steering corrections and road noise. This car is pointed in directions - it doesn't "handle" at all.

By Rhonda on September 3 @ 9:33 am
Love my Honda
This car is not only fast, it is classy! The heated seats are great, and the navi system doesn't let me get lost. For me, the navi system was a necessity, not just a luxury. This car is safe...safe...safe!

By Carey on October 31 @ 4:43 pm
Old accord great, New accord even better
Just bought the 2005 accord about 4 months ago. Previously had a 1993 accord that never had any major problems (Typical Honda). The honda is awesome. It has a lot more room and the ride quality is outstanding. Personally i would have perferred the V6, even though 2.4L has plenty of power.

By Jason Parker on February 26 @ 2:43 pm
Great Vehilce
Love the Car!!!!!!!!!!! It has great acceleration and is very fun to drive. This car will easly last you ten years. It is a great family car.

By RBH on December 12 @ 1:56 am
Best Accord Yet
We went back to a Honda Accord after a few other makes (and one Civic SI) since our '97 Accord. This model is light-years ahead of our last Accord. Very smooth fast acceleration, quite ride. Great highway car. XM radio is terrific and the sound system is good. Would like to have memory seats. The tires need upgrading. Otherwise one terrific automobile.

By Janet on June 22 @ 7:43 am
Honda is not all its cracked up to be
It has a very powerful 240 HP 3.0L v6 but the ride is loud and rough and the EX V6 with Navigation is very Expensive

By Gary on August 11 @ 5:43 pm
The Accord Hybrid
I purchased my hybrid Accord without the navigation system in December, 2004 and already have over 8,500 miles on it. The car has been an absolute pleasure to own -- very reliable, quiet, comfortable and easy to drive, even in the Michigan winter. My mileage, driving mostly highway miles, has averaged 29.2 mpg but that is increasing as the weather warms (I'm sure due to the gas-saving features warming up sooner). For those concerned that the loss of trunk space (because of the battery) will be significant -- fear not -- this vehicle can still easily carry a week's worth of groceries or luggage.

By revivalizt on December 20 @ 1:10 pm
I'm very honest
I've been driving this car for about 1 month now...and so far I've put in almost 800 miles and I've filled the gas tank 5-6 times already .. hmmm...*something is wrong here....Why is the ad gas milage is different than what I'm gettin?? Front bumper is great but the BACK ..argh...c'mon ..Honda could do BETTER !! The style is so ugly..and plus the tail light is awful..=( sorry honda.

By Mark on August 11 @ 10:53 pm
Ex 6 cyl
I have owned 5 Hondas since 1999. I typically trade every year but I decided to keep this one. I like the power of the 6 cyl engine and still average 30 mpg. The seats are very comfortable and the car has a quite ride.

By dr. han on September 27 @ 6:13 pm
could be better
i had a problem with driver seat. whenever i turn, the driver seat moves side ways. i went to the dealer to fix it. i am not happy with option. i spent extra money for fog light, wind spoiler and wide tire. those come options will come with if you buy hyundae car. next time i will buy hyundae instead of honda.

By PAUL'S TOY on August 5 @ 6:13 am
Great car but noisy
Had the car for five months now had no problems so far just an air bag recall... First day i drove it home, had to take the freeway i noticed door wind noise and the suspension a bit springy or tight...After five months still noisy and the suspension bouncy. Other than this car is great. Mileage is good looking at todays gas prices..... Great car just two important negative selling points for my next honda.

By scooter on November 12 @ 10:10 pm
4 cylinder i-vtec Accord (Leather)
After the first 500 miles I noticed a squeak in the dashboard. I'm now at 1500 miles and the noise has ceased for about 450 miles. The only other negative thing with the 4 cylinder is it's slightly (and I mean slightly) rough warming up in the morning. After it's warm though it's silky smooth. There was the Nissan Maximas 6 cylinders tradeoff for the 4 cylinder Accord.(We all know Gas Prices are outrageous). But so far I'm very pleased.

By Donald Bandy on May 4 @ 3:13 am
Honda Accord Hybrid
Traded in my 2003 Honda Accord V-6 for the new Hybrid model. Overall, there is not a lot of difference in the two, but the Hybrid seems a little more solidly built for some reason, and quieter also. Handles a little differently, but I can't really say which one is better. Acceleraton is better with the Hybrid, and of course the mileage is better.

By John from NJ on May 3 @ 6:16 am
great ride
I fell in love with this car when I test drove it. I compares favorable with a BMW 325 with a lot more for a much lower price. The NAV and the XM radio are really to fun and have a huge "Wow!" factor. Handling is nimble and there's all the power you could want. This is a fun car

By gonpetiya on May 8 @ 11:00 am
Honda Mussle car
Nice peformance. hugs the road nicel unlike the 2002 accord. Good handling and good power.

By eGuepardInc on March 12 @ 6:53 pm
Company Car
For a Hybrid, this car's acceleration matchs that of any sport touring sedan in its price range. It is quiet and comfortable to drive. When the engine shuts down at a stop light takes some getting use to. The engine start up as you accelerate from a light is an item Honda needs to smooth out. Braking with a "Auto Stop" engine is another task a driver needs to adjust to. So far the gas mileage is 32mpg with a total of 1,500 miles driven. In California with gas at $2.50 per gallon expect to pay a $2,000 to $3,000 premium (Dealer Mark Up) on the vehicle.

By Maroot N on December 24 @ 8:30 pm
Great Car BUT Still Room For Improvement
I wanted more power so I traded my 2003 Accord EX 4 cyl. w/NAV for a 2005 V-6 EX w/NAV and not much has changed. Build quality is great. The V-6 is quieter than the 4. The 6 feels better on the freeway. The V-6 is getting me right at 30mpg on the freeway. I sacrificed about 5 mpg going from the 4cyl. But it’s worth it to me. I appreciate the Side and Curtain Airbags for 2005, as well as the lighted steering wheel. The 05 NAV added more voice commands than the 2003 NAV. Honda also improved the User Interface and added new features to make already the best NAV on the market even better (Acura/Honda – same NAV).

By cavemanf16 on July 2 @ 8:23 pm
Superior economy car!
I just purchased the brand-spankin' new LX Special Edition Coupe model w/ standard transmission yesterday. It is a true pleasure to drive compared to my previous Honda Civic EX. I like it even better than my wife's 2003 1.8T Jetta despite the slightly less overall HP at my disposal. The interior has all the little tweaks to it that were missing or non-existent on my Civic, and I don't think I'll be longing for a different car when this lease is up. The Accord is an EXCELLENT car for the price, performance, features, and most importantly: impeccable quality.

By Bon Accord on February 21 @ 7:56 pm
Sophisticated Samurai
Excellent car - superb build quality, equipment levels, and performance. dealer was first rate - received a $2500 discount + an "excellent" Blue Book trade-in on my Passat. Dealer was professional and I felt very satisfied with the experience. Not the prettiest car I've owned, but feel strongly it will be one of the most enjoyable and reliable.

By Brian P. on August 13 @ 11:16 am
Most practical sport coupe!
I am amazed with the practicality of the Accord! It has the best of both worlds: It is definitely fast, handles very well, and has a tight ride; on the other hand, it has ample back seat room, a cavernous trunk, and features normally found on more luxury models. I was originally looking at the Infiniti G35 but decided the extra ponies wasn't worth having back seat passengers hit their heads on the back windshield. The Accord is almost as fast while offering a lot more comfort. You really can't go wrong with this car!

By Bill on December 27 @ 6:06 pm
New to Hondas
I've had my Honda for about 2 weeks now and it's great. Nice smooth ride and tons of standard features. I originally looked at Acuras and got most of the same stuff for a better price with the Honda. The interior is comfortable and there is plenty of room in the back seat for an adult. Oddly, the fact that it is so quiet and smooth has one drawback...in the 5 speed it's hard to hear the engine revs with the radio on so you better watch the tach!

By AndiKev on December 31 @ 2:56 am
Excellent, Great V6, Fun to drive it !!
We purchased this car a few weeks ago and love it a lot so far. The engine is very quiet and pick up is amazing. We also own a 98 v6 2 door coupe and it's also amazing. We took on a 3 year lease and will very possibly end up purchasing this vehicle later after the lease ends.

By NoMoreFord on May 3 @ 2:30 am
Finally a car I'm happy to drive
I've had my Honda EX-L for just over 2 months now. I find myself HAPPY to drive again. Comfortable seats, a nice zippy engine that doesn't suck the gas every time I punch the gas to get on the freeway is always nice. It's easier to maneuver than my FORD vehicle I traded in and is much more stylish.

By John on April 2 @ 12:40 am
Loaded Accord
Have had the 05 Accord for about 4 months now, fantastic car. Im 6'2 and I still have a ton of leg and head room.

By Jack on May 26 @ 2:50 pm
First of things to come
Lots of power, mileage as advertised, good looking, reliable Honda reputation

By gf on July 3 @ 7:33 am
fun car to drive
I had a 92 honda accord and loved it, it was reliable and fun to drive, when looking for a new car I knew I had to get another honda. I got my first speeding ticket with this car, (I couldn't feel the speed) I got used to the 130 hp. going 90 in this new car felt as if i was going 65 in my old car.. I was impressed with the power, acceleration and handling..

By Charles P on December 30 @ 3:23 am
Best so far!
All the inside of the car works great. Controls are easy to read and love the climate control. I must say the 4 has all the horse. The car key was big in the hand at first, But it does some great things, Door and trunk opener. Another Great option on keys you can hold open button on for 3-4 sec and all 4 windows open. Nice leather seats, like the feel.

By DWilson on November 7 @ 1:06 am
Great Sedan!
Bought the 2005 Honda Accord in Sept. '04 (right after they came out... I think we were the 1st ones to purchase the '05 at the dealership). Went back and forth between the '04 model and the new '05... I don't care much for the new tail lights on the '05, but some of the improvements they made were worth it. Went from a '02 Chevy Tahoe (V8 engine + 4" lift kit - great SUV, but a gas guzzler!).. cut my gas bill in less than half. My commute to work is 65+ miles one way, so it was a no brainer to downsize. The Accord is a super car! Fits our family of 4 (with a car seat) perfectly and I love driving it! It's stylish, powerful, economical and the interior is top notch!

By Mike on June 29 @ 3:00 pm
4 cyl is plenty
The 4 cyl has a surprising amount of power. I came from a 6 cyl Jeep and this car still does not seem sluggish. It is much quicker than any other 4 cyl that I have owned. It is not as fast as the Altima, but gets superior fuel economy. The interior quality is great and the stereo and climate controls are easy to use. Sunroof controls are in an odd place (to the left of the steering wheel, and too low) but it leaves room for a sunglasses holder on the ceiling in front of the sunroof. This car is very roomy in front. Not quite as much room in the back as the Altima, but still good. Head room with the sunroof is still adequate for the tall (6'5") as long as the seat is not raised.

By Shahab on March 28 @ 9:03 pm
Honda GREAT
Great interior design with LOTS and LOTS of storage, great handling, beautiful front, awesome trunk space, looks very sharp and again a lot of storage GREAT FAMILY CAR WITH A SPORTY FEEL

By Lewannmick on August 16 @ 1:40 am
honda acord
road noise level to high. suspension does not absorb road variations. Noisey over small bumps and seams in the road. Can not even crack the windows open in the rain without getting water all over the door panel and yourself

By Jeff from S.R on December 22 @ 2:43 am
Great Overall
A really great car overall. It could use about 25 more horsepower. Its very quick at 240hp, but it would be a beast at 265hp. Good thing we can add on after market intakes and exhusts. I definatly recommend geting the Honda Factory Performance Suspesion. The ride is so much tighter and the slight drop really makes the car look awesome. If you have the extra cash i'd get the Aero Packeage as well. As a whole the car is an Excellent choice.

By spritzy on October 26 @ 7:53 pm
Sweet Ride
I have nothing but positive remarks on my purchase of a Honda Accord. Very comfortable, fun to drive, and I'm hooked on the XM radio. A great value for the amount of extra features.

By JIMBO on March 19 @ 2:43 pm
Hi performance sleeper
The new body style in 2003 finally allowed me to own one. At 6'4" and 290 lbs i could never fit before. Now i can. I find this car to be a great long distance commuter. I do 90 miles per day and it's combination of performance, ride, and fuel economy never leave me wanting. It could use a little more rubber but other than that hard to complain. Highly recommend!

By J Baker on November 23 @ 2:33 pm
Good show!
Enjoy driving on the highway. Has good response when needed, and handles well except with wind conditions.

By Kristiemk on July 8 @ 11:40 pm
Great Car!
I recently purchased the Accord V-6 with leather. I love it. It's comfortable, pleanty of room in the back seats. The stereo system is awesome, it handles well & tons of power!!!!! There are so many neat little features to this car, you'll be reading the book alot to find them all. My husband & I actually fight over who's going to drive!!! We researched cars alot & test drove all of them, & this was the BEST car we looked at. I absolutely recommed it.

By Mike on August 1 @ 1:00 am
Quick and Fun
The vehicle is sporty for a Honda Coupe as it is matched with the 240 HP and the 6 speed manual along with a modification of the suspension. However, gas mileage is not terribly good, although for long trips in the sixth gear, you can actually get close to the high 20's MPG. Vehicle is fun to drive. I wanted a NAV package with the vehicle but could not find one. Vehicle has potential for a popular sports coupe if it had more HP and torque.

By Lee on January 8 @ 12:43 am
8th Honda still going strong
I have owned Accords and Civics for the last 16 years.(Also have a 05 Civic SE Coupe) Honda seems to keep getting better and better. This near luxury EX V6 is smooth, quiet and to my suprise, more fuel efficient then both my 99 EX-4 and my 02 EX V6. What a bargain for this kind of performance and luxury.

By Oneil on February 1 @ 5:26 am
the 2004 handa accord sedan ex/l
this vehicle handles superbly and its acceleration is fantastic even though i have a 4 cylinder engine accord.The interior is more spacious than the earlier model i had

By Bob Gardner on March 29 @ 1:10 am
2005 EX V6 4dr Accord
Our Accord has been a pleasure to drive. The powerful V-6 lessens the stress of driving because it adds confidence. Changing lanes in commuter traffic is now much easier. Entering busy highways seems safer as well. The cabin is quiet and the ride is fairly smooth. We didn't ask for the XM radio system but our car already had it. It's a big plus. Our 4 door vehicle is white and looks clean even when it isn't. We have mud flaps, a wing spoiler and a moon roof air deflector. All three add nicely to the "look." The car stands out nicely when parked next to other lessor optioned Hondas. Visibility for backing up lacking. The car is also longer than we thought. We are very happy with the car.

By Walter Krauss on February 16 @ 8:50 am
Excellent transportation
What a joy to drive! Seats are comfortable, plenty of pep, excellent braking, very good gas mileage, and the car gets many comments for it's looks.

By Brad on August 16 @ 9:40 pm
The Most Solid 25K Sedan on the Road!
This is my third Accord in 7 years and they still surprise me with innovation and design. Exterior design lacks somewhat, but there are more important things like safety, ride, features for the money and reliability. XM radio is great and all the controls are easy to use and reach. Honda is bar none the best engine builder in the world. This engine is a 3 liter engine and so powerful yet good on gas unless you punch it.

By Ed on April 6 @ 11:00 pm
Terrific so far
This is my first Japanese car. So far, I am really enjoying it. I bought it for the safety (front, side, and side curtain airbags and a good structure), the comfort, and the gas mileage. I was used to a gas-guzzling Pontiac Grand Prix GTP, and the Honda is head and shoulders better in all categories. It's smooth, quiet, gets great gas mileage (30 MPG so far).

By D.R. on May 6 @ 12:53 pm
Love This Car
Was trying to decide between the Camry and the Accord. The Accord has so much style; a beautiful car and sporty (if you're not looking for the family thing). It's got a lot more power than expected from the 4 cyl and the handling is really nice. Much more sporty handling than the Camry. The exterior is beautiful, with a luxury look much like the Benz, and the controls are all conveniently placed. I drive it sometimes just for fun.

By Brant on October 10 @ 1:33 pm
Great car and good value
I have owned many cars and just turned in my Nissan SER off of lease. I also own a Mini Cooper S. Planned on another Nissan but drove the Accord for comparison. The Honda's refinement, room, and economy won me over. Plenty of room for 4 large adults. Fuel mileage (More than one half highway) has never dipped below 30 mpg. The 160 horse 4 cyl with the 5 speed is very smooth and peppy enough for most situations. The leather interior is high quality and everything is well thought out. A large friend spent 2 hours in the back seat on a recent trip and commented that he is going to seriously consider this car to replace his old Camry. He is interested in a new TL but not at $10K more $.

By mzsunshyne on January 27 @ 7:50 am
Great car
This is the first brand new car that i have ever owned and I am 100 percent satisfied. We drove from NJ to California and the car handled the road like it was made for it.

By piturra on March 15 @ 5:23 am
Value, features, Car&Drivers '05 10BEST
Honda reliability & industry leading fit & finish, a hallmark for the 2005 Accord Sedans. Overall size is a little larger than my '93 Accord LX (@ 155k miles still going strong) which means more comfort w/outstanding European-like road manners! This Honda Accord 4 cyl. AT i-VTEC is PZEV (Partial Zero Emission vehicles) Rated/Certified, you get a car that doesn't contribute to the earth's pollution! After a week of ownership (bought May 6th for $22,961 OTD) & 160 miles, I can see why Car & Driver choose the 2005 Accord as the "Best Family Sedan"!!! Fun to drive, excellent road feel, confident handling, relatively quiet (moon roof closed), w/appealing, comfortable interior and EPA 24/34 MPG!

By Homerlly on May 18 @ 10:06 am
Needs road comfort
My only complaint is the feel of every tar strip and bump as a thud not a good ride. Our traded in car, a 2002 Accord EX 6, was a dream road feel compared to this '05 model! If only Honda could keep the handling and have a softer road bump transmission to the passengers we would be 100% behind this car. If this doesn't bother you, go for it. This car is a bargin and fun to drive. It's only that the wife hates the thuds.

By eak on November 28 @ 2:43 am
Great car, jury still out though
I have owned Volvos all my life(37 yrs.) and I am extremely impressed with this cars' safety record; a large reason why it won out over the Camry and any American sedan. The 4cyl. is plenty peppy enough and the interior design is very ergonomically friendly. The 6 speaker stereo was a pleasant suprise. Overall this car drives beautifully in any environment with plenty of power especially when stepping out to pass at 65-80mphs. It is so quiet that I actually was doing 90 and didn't realize it until I looked down at the speedometer! Whoops. Jury still out at only 200 miles on the car.

By Swyler on June 11 @ 4:30 pm
Good, But Not Great
Lots of pep under 50 mph, but 4 banger accelerates slowly at higher speeds. Feel every crack/bump in the road due to harsh suspension. Too much wind noise, and sunroof makes a buzzing sound when going over 40 mph on rough surfaces. Seats are a little uncomfortable for a 250 lb. heavyweight. Averaging 33 mpg.

By JF on October 31 @ 1:40 pm
Decent car but not impressive
Bought the car on December, 2004. The ride was very comfortable. I like the design of the car for a great price. Gas mileage is ok, definitely cannot go up to 26 mi/gal city for a 5-speed manual as advertised. I've been getting 20 mi/gal in the city for my Accord. The engine is quiet, but the i am not sure if the squeeking noice comes from the dashboard or the windsheild. I am kinda bordered by the noice while I am driving. Handling is ok, but not as good as the previous version. The interior is very roomy. Feel good while I am sitting in it. Overall, the car is ok, but not impressive. But for this price, this is what I am getting I guess. Otherwise, why not go for a lexus.

By DB on December 1 @ 4:23 am
Great Car
Wanted the sedan but they dont make the V6 with a manual in the sedan. So I bought A saphire blue Two door with black leather interior. The car is my 4th Honda and they only get better. This car still pulls from 65 mph in 6th gear! 17in wheels and nice.

By Al on May 25 @ 10:03 pm
Feel like driving offroad
From experience, brakes with tranny and ABS on this car make something hard to control. For example, when I drive at 60 mph and need to slow down to 20 mph fast, I press brakes moderately and feel tranny first gear down and RPMs go up, then it suddently drop the RPMs and feel like stalling out for a fraction of a sec, becoming really shaky, while gas pedal feel solid and hard to move. Then I press the gas pedal slowly for 1 sec, the tranny switches the gear up very rough, and after I release it, gets even worse, creating a clattery vibration in the cockpit. It seems that tranny confused which way to shift, and keep on clattering back and forth until I go faster.

By Pamela on March 2 @ 2:46 am
Love my Hybrid Accord
One would never know that they are driving a Hybrid, except for the gas mileage. Smooth and quiet driving. Great power, even in mountain driving conditions. Everyone assumes that I paid much more for this vehicle. First Honda I have ever owned, but definitely will not be the last! Love it!

By mvspenny on July 28 @ 1:33 pm
Can't ask for better
In my years I have owned many cars nothing better then this. Ultra reliable, great milage, great car that fits everybody and everything the size is great, not to big that parking in the city is a problem but big enough to fit everything

By akatz on February 5 @ 1:16 am
bad mileage very bad mileage
extremely bad mileage...17 miles per gallon...complained to the dealer...they said that it is normal because of the v6 and that the sticker info when you buy a new car (and that advertized the car for 27in the city and 35 on highways) is not established by Honda but by an independent company...so honda has no responsibility...Nice pick-up though, fun to drive but a killer for gaz. Also after a year the leather is already wearing off...it is too thin and dries- up and wrinkle very easily...so my friends...beware and ask the dealer more than a few questions....my feel is that there are going to be a lot of these on the used market very soon..so if you want a v6..get it used!!

By tom small on November 21 @ 11:23 pm
road noise
a high level of wind sound in windows and also much road noise thru vehicle .

By CourtneyM1979 on April 16 @ 10:30 am
Completely In Love
I haven't even had my Accord coupe for a month yet but I know that I struck gold when I picked this car. The performance is excellent considering that it is a 4 cyl (no problems merging onto highways). I considered waiting a year to buy an Acura TL, but the Accord has almost everything the TL does plus it's sportier because of the 2-door option and more importantly, much less expensive but every bit as reliable. No regrets here!

By undertoad on August 25 @ 5:20 pm
'04 Acura TL to '05 Accord Hybrid switch
After 12 months & 25000 + miles in a new TL enough of the hard nose suspension, growly engine and myriad squeeks and rattles. It cost me about 13 cents/mile to switch to the Acccord Hybrid w/Nav but if the first week and 1000 miles are any indication, I won't regret it abit. Fit and finish is noticably better and not a loose piece of plastic anywhere. Low profile tires may be pretty but you pay for it in your butt. The Accord may not corner like the TL but it certainly is smoother AND just as quiet on smooth surfaces. At a steady 60 mph in rural NC the needle hovers around 42 mpg and it's not even broken in yet! I gave up a sexy broad for an honest woman.

By kim on November 10 @ 12:16 pm
Honda Accord Review
This car is so comfortable it is hard not to fall asleep in the seats. The mileage is just as good as it was on my 4 cylinder car. I would definately buy another Accord.

By Cliff Gerber on June 18 @ 7:30 pm
Mix of Power and Economy
The 2005 Hybrid is a vast improvement over the 1998 Accord Coupe V6 that I previously owned. The ride is smoother, the vehicle is much quieter--with the exception of some road noise. Mileage on pure highway driving is exceptional, slightly better than the EPA rating in my experience. City driving can vary significantly depending upon conditions. My experience is between 23 and 27 mpg in town, averaging a little over 24 for city driving. In my opinion that's pretty good for a powerful V6. Transition between modes of power: IMA + gasoline engine, 6 cylinder gasoline power and three cylinder power (with and without assist) is usually very smooth, but occasionally noticeable.

By War G on October 20 @ 3:13 am
Well worth the money
The 4cyl engine is more than capable of handling your everyday needs. Honda's attention to detail is evident throughout the cabin right down to the small courtesy light (located near the driver side reading light) that gently lights up the center console during the night. Build quality is solid

By dnelson on April 9 @ 4:00 am
Love driving this car!
I'm 50+. I wanted a sporty, good looking, powerful (quick when I needed it), full featured, fun to drive, and reasonable gas mileage car without paying exorbitant price. Wow! Got all I wanted with the 6 cyl 2dr coupe -- with sun/moon roof. Tried Mustang, 350Z, 2 different Mazda's, Acura, and others. Nothing compared when considering power, comfort, styling, carrying room (for trips), economy, reliability, and price.

By R. Gillespie on April 3 @ 4:13 pm
Bob
Have had no problems. I had one recall on the driver side airbag which was replaced. It is my second Honda Accord. The first one (a '98) gave me no problems also.

By CJ on September 13 @ 3:03 pm
Hybrid
The car rides well, smooth and quiet. It handles very well and has a good turning radius. The engine has a lot of power. The GPS system is easy to use.

By Ryan on August 21 @ 7:26 pm
Honda Accord EX v-6 Coupe w/navi
This is a great car! i am very happy with my purchase. I looked at the nissan altima, 350z, mustang gt, and knew this was it. i traded in a 01 mustang gt conv. I am very happy with my decision. Its almost as fast as my mustang, handles very well, and looks great. I love the sunroof and the navi. The design is great. Gas mileage is a bit disappointing. right now im averaging 18.2 mpg but i have been doing a lot of sitting and driving through neighborhoods looking for homes. I also i live in Phoenix so you need to use the dual zone climate control a lot(110 today)! This car is very smooth and fast. I got a ticket on the way home from the dealership (70 in a 55 on the fwy). GREAT CAR!

By Brandon on October 20 @ 9:20 am
Great car
I bought this car specifically for the interior. It is spectacular! Overall this is the best purchase I have ever made. A few quirky things to pay attention to before buying: 1. The navigation system is semi-complicated and cumbersome - It integrates the Audio controls and the A/C. 2. With the automatic transmission, there is a slight lag when you put the pedal to the floor and try to accelerate. 3. No 60/40 fold down rear seats. The back seats fold completely down, OR you can just fold the armrest down and put long things in from the trunk (works well for skis). 4. The sunroof controls are to the left of the steering wheel. Overall, I would highly recommend this car.

By Amy on May 22 @ 8:10 pm
2005 honda accord hybrid w/ navi
I love this car.It rides so smooth, taking every bump and turn with ease. I have the hybrib with the navigational system,just to see if the navi worked well i took a weekend trip out of town and used only the navi to find my way. And let me tell you it works great.never missed a beat.it found me places to eat,things to do in the area,as well as showed me how to get back to my hotel. Alot of people think just because it is a hybrid it is slow.wrong..it has speed.if you don't believe it has speed and saves gas you need to go test drive one. also don't forget you get a $2000. tax credit.if you want the one that is the best get the one i have 2005 honda accord hybrid w/leather,woodtrim and navi.

By Drema on September 19 @ 12:10 am
Good value for the money
This is my third Honda and they are still excellent cars. I test drove a Camry and found it comparable, but the cost of options that are standard on the Honda made the Camry too expensive. The back seat leg room is best of any car I looked at, and I think the trunk is very roomy.I love this car and feel very good about the price I paid. However, I am finding that bucket seats are not for the elderly or those with arthritis.

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