2008 Honda Accord

Model Overview

My, how the little Honda Accord has grown. He used to be this cute, compact sedan and now look at him -- a large, strapping lad that's bigger and more powerful than ever before. Mommy and Daddy Honda must be very proud. And they should be, because the 2008 Accord raises the bar in arguably the most competitive automotive segment -- midsize family sedans -- by striking a brilliant balance of performance, value and efficiency into a package that no longer blends into a crowd. The Accord has always been good and now it's even better.

Still available in sedan and coupe body styles, the all-new 2008 Honda Accord is most obviously highlighted by its slick new styling. The two-door is particularly striking, as it's mostly unchanged from the Accord concept car that debuted at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show. The sedan, meanwhile, has an eye-catching elegance that sets it apart from past Accords, which were mostly understated to the point of anonymity. Although, once the first 100,000 2008 Accords hit the streets, the sedan may start to seem pretty anonymous, too.

The biggest news lies under the hood, where Honda has devoted its considerable engine expertise to perfecting three power plants that deliver both performance and fuel efficiency. Available on EX sedans and all coupes, the midlevel inline-four-cylinder produces a best-in-class 190 horsepower -- by comparison, the 1998 all-new Accord featured an optional V6 that produced 200 hp. All that power comes at no fuel economy expense, as it matches the fuel economy estimates of the previous model's four-cylinder.

A new 3.5-liter V6 debuts as well. This engine equals the hefty horsepower and torque ratings of the Toyota Camry's V6, but falls a wee bit short of the Altima 3.5. New to this segment is Honda's cylinder-deactivation technology, which allows the engine to run on six, four or three cylinders depending on driving conditions for maximum fuel economy. The result is an improvement of 3 highway mpg over the last V6, despite 24 more horses. As a matter of fact, all 2008 Accord engines get better highway fuel economy than the 125-hp 1990 Accord and even come close to the tiny 68-hp 1977 edition. Now that's progress.

The outgoing Honda Accord managed to hold its own against the recently redesigned Altima and Camry sedans, and the all-new Accord should make Toyota and Nissan sweat even more. Although each of these three class leaders offers a slightly different take on the midsize segment, the 2008 Honda Accord is perhaps the best execution in terms of appealing both to people who prioritize comfort and those who desire a little fun in their daily driver. Plus, it's bigger, more powerful and definitely more strapping than ever.

Honda Accord Consumer Reviews By Year:
2008 Honda Accord

NEW FOR 2008

Honda Accord has been fully redesigned for 2008. It's bigger and roomier. New four- and six-cylinder engines are not only more powerful, they either match or surpass their predecessors in terms of fuel economy.

PRO

Powerful and fuel-efficient engines, ample passenger space, balanced approach to handling and ride comfort, striking coupe styling.

CON

Center stack's button-riddled design.

793 Total User Reviews

Average Rating

By JMW on August 3 @ 2:10 am
Just got it and think I made a mistake
Just purchased the sedan with the navigation and V6. Power is wonderful, the seats hurt after only 200 miles of driving. Maybe I will get used to them. Overall interior size of car is wonderful but the trunk is a little small in relation to the car. Beware - you can feel the engine move from 3 cylinders, to 4 then 6. Test drive to make sure you can live with this First impressions are overall good. But at $30k, I could have purchased a much more involved car (Audi, BMW,), this rides like a Buick.

By williamf on September 18 @ 8:20 am
Excellent Family Sedan
Purchased this vehicle 3 days after it was introduced. Was able to purchase appox $1000 below sticker, even though other dealers in Houston quoted $2K to $3K over sticker. The exterior of the car is a real head turner. The interior is a step up from the previous Accord. It is not lacking in anything, but it is also not extraordinary. It is what it is, a family sedan. I choose this car over a Camry, Aura, and Civic because it has the best combination of reputation, performance, price, and initial quality

By Westies96 on February 20 @ 7:06 am
Best Accord Ever
I have had many Accords and got the 2003 when they first came out with that model change. This car looks, feels, and rides like a much more expensive car. It looks and rides like an Acura RL or a Lexus. The new 190HP 4cylinder engine has great pick up. You feel like you're floating on the highway and have great control over the car. Honda far surpassed Toyota (Camry) and Nissan (Altima) when they created this vehicle. I've only had my car for 4 days and already have almost 400 miles on it. It gives you a reason to have to travel somewhere. There is so much room in the cabin.When you sit in the drivers seat, you feel like you have all this car around you. It is a very safe feeling.

By barney on October 21 @ 7:36 am
My 2008 Accord
After few years of driving a Chrysler 300 I found the car of my dreams. Having dealt with Honda for years on a supplier basis, I have found that quality does mean a lot to Honda. This is a sweet car with all the comforts of home expect a refrig with a cold beer!

By Ricky on May 14 @ 5:00 am
Way to go Honda!
They definitely made this new Honda Accord something to brag about. It looks like a BMW, with the price of a Honda! Meets all my needs and expectations. Beautiful car!

By Russ on June 5 @ 11:10 am
Better than expected
Smooth, cormfortable and a pleasure to drive. Compared to my 04 Accord which is a great car, this one is superior by every measure. The seats are cushioned better and the side bolsters are excellent. The lumbar is inflatable as opposed to a lever and only lacks up/down adjustability for different height drivers. As was my previous Accord, the fit and finish is superb. The steering is outstanding and the brakes are superb. Wind noise is near zero and the transition from 6 to 4 to 2 cylinders is seemless. The engine is quiet and runs smoooothly as the transmission shifts through the gears.

By honda lover on June 22 @ 1:26 pm
Stepped up Honda
I love this new Honda. The larger body style is very roomy inside. The outside redesign is very slick. This car is everything every Honda lover wants plus more. The stepped power of the 4cylinder gives the car the smoothness of a v6 drive. Highly recommend this car to anyone who wants a great value car that will last a lifetime.

By Pete Vauter on August 11 @ 6:40 am
First Impressions
Just picked up my new Honda LX-P last week. Very nice so far. Extremely roomy, front and rear. Rides very well. Fairly solid build, not quite as solid as Passat I traded. Too early to tell on gas, but advertised good mileage. Very pleased so far. Good if looking for a roomy car. I am 6'2" and have no problem sitting in back with front seat all the way back

By Jay on August 16 @ 8:20 am
'08 Accord Leader of the Pack!
Safety is standard equipment! Has three wide seating in the rear. How do they make a four cylinder produce that much power?

By Bad.. Bad.. Bad.. on November 4 @ 4:53 am
Bad... Bad... Bad...
We've owned several Accords through out the years and the 2008 model, is by far, the worst of the bunch. First and foremost, it's literally the cheapest Accord that we've seen material wise. Gone are the LED-illuminated tachometer, LED brake lights, and illumination lights on all 4-doors. Gone are the individualized engine component protectors that were so touted in the previous generation Accord. The elegant and simple-to-use interior of the previous model has been replaced with cluttered and confusing array of buttons. The quality of the interior material is vastly inferior to the previous models - it looks and feels CHEAP.

By Larry S. on October 10 @ 1:13 pm
Honda Accord Scores
The 2008 Accord EX-L V6 is refined styling both inside and out. The first thing I noticed is the firm leather seats and busy dashboard. I managed to program in some XM stations on the ride home from the dealership. Pick up is great from stop or merging on the highway at 60 mph. Navigation is not intuitive but does accept voice prompts. I have had to spend some time reading through the navigation owner's manual to help get a handle on it. To my great surprise the automatic mileage calculator has me at 24 mpg in town. The Accord has a very european feel on the inside which reminds me of the BMW 3 series. Extra perks such as tire pressure monitoring and heated seats are great.

By Finally on December 15 @ 2:06 pm
A nine month odyssey
After approx. 9 months with a 2007 Camry LE, I found the car I thought I bought. The 2008 Accord EX (no V6) is as perfect as a car can get under $30,000. Where Toyota dropped the ball on the 07 Camry, Honda picked it up and has a brilliant car. I cannot find any fault whatsoever with the EX performance - tight but very positive, smooth, exactly responsive steering, and the suspension like the rock of Gibraltar, barely transmitting bumps on the road, but not too soft or teeth-jarring like 'sport' suspensions. The acceleration of the EX I4 puts the Camry V6 to shame.

By omela1 on September 3 @ 12:50 am
First time Honda
I have been a Toyota lover for more than 10 years but did not like the new design. I was ready to purchase the BMW 328 but opted for the Honda Accord. The 2008 Honda is awesome. Luxury design with economy pricing. Handling is great and fun to drive.

By meho1 on May 5 @ 2:36 am
08 Accord EX-L V-6 Review
As a former owner of a BMW 325 and and X5 I was skeptical that the new Accord would have much to offer particularly when my wife's 05 and sister-in-law's 07 Accords were to me, fairly boring. I was not overly impressed with the early photos I saw of this vehicle online either. However, once I was in the V6 version (the 4 is a dog) that all changed. It looks sharp, seems much larger than it looks, is quick, and handles like a dream. It is right on par with my old 325. I passed on the nav system as it is no longer a touch screen and is far more difficult to use than last year's version. Very solid build. Richer interior than past Accords. Little road noise even with 17 inch wheels.

By Westies96 on July 14 @ 1:23 am
Best Accord Ever
This is the BEST! It is real comfortable, holds the road well, and has great pick up. I purchased a Polished Metal Metallic color with gray leather inside. Since I've gotten it, I have been stopped by many people asking if it was the new Accord. Some say it looks like an Acura RL, others say that it looks like a BMW. Whatever it looks like I am happy that I purchased it. The feel of driving in the car is great. I look forward to driving trips to the grocery store. The car gives the ride of a much more expensive car. The interior is appointed very nicely.

By Bug on December 13 @ 1:00 pm
Sure enough, its a Honda!
The styling is not perfect, but this car has style (even if you hate it). The interior finish is acceptable for the price range and durable. I dislike the number of buttons on the center console, but find them well-placed and logical. I'm 6' and find the front seats to be very comfortable. I dislike pleaded leather; it looks great, but tends to crease. The wire throttle is incredibly responsive, the brakes predictable and the auto transmission is flawless. The 4cyl. engine feels much more powerful than in the 08 Camry and I find the shift points to be more appropriate. Handling is sporty, not racy, but much more responsive than the Camry. I bought mine below MSRP

By HondaSC on December 27 @ 6:06 am
Everything I expected from Honda!
Waited until this car was released to purchase new car. Was considering Lexus IS350, Acura TL, and Toyota Camry. This car was so impressive that I am glad we waited. We were a little leary of the Toyota engines since we already own a 1998 Lexus ES300 and have had engine sludge problems that seem to doom several of the Toyota V6 engines. Very impressed with the added room with the new body style and the power of the new 3.5 L engine is a nice step up for Honda. Was curious to test the VCM to see if it was noticeable but was very impressed with its ability to drop and add the cylinders as needed without notice to the driver or passengers. Very impressed with this car!

By Honda5101 on August 2 @ 9:13 pm
Best Honda Yet
This new Accord is absolutely amazing! The ride is great, the noise level is low, the features are ergonomic, everything is perfect. This is without a doubt the number one car in the segment!

By Bug4 on October 15 @ 10:03 pm
Impressed
Picked up my silver EX-L with black leather and a spoiler last weekend. I love it! I'm a fan of the exterior styling, but what most impresses me is the interior and the way the car drives. The interior's design, looks and quality have grown on me since I first drove the car. The automatic transmission is smooth and very predictable. I hate auto trannys, but think I'm going to be able to live with this one. I love the responsiveness of the throttle. The car's handling is very competent and even a little sporty when you push it. After looking at almost every car on the market under $35k, I think this is the best bang for the buck - certainly not perfect-but a very nice car for the money!

By Econ1 on May 4 @ 6:53 pm
Everything I expected
After 12 years of a BMW 3-series convertible, I looked for something with the same excellent driving characteristics and handling. I do not drive 10/10ths, but enjoy responsive handling and a decent compromise between comfort and firmness. This is it. 3-series BMWs have very little, if anything, to offer for someone like me over this car. It has great cornering, excellent acceleration, and a great interior. I personally love the exterior styling - YMMV. I expected to miss the touch screen navi that we've had for 4 years on our Acuras, but I'm even happier with the new model -- seems to do a much better job of speech recognition than our 2006 MDX. I couldn't be happier with it.

By BR549 on April 29 @ 9:20 am
Fly the Coupe
I gave my 2000 Accord Coupe to my daughter with 196,000 on it and with only 200 miles on the 08 Coupe and I love it. It's the first car I bought sight unseen and no test drive. I knew I was going to get it when Honda first previewd the concept at the Detroit show in Jan. I was a bit apprehensive wrt the VCM and the new polished metal metalic color. The color is awesome looking good in all light environments, but especially at night. I'm surprised how much the VCM kicks in. I know I can milk mileage with my driving style and requirements. Going from 200 hp & 16" whells to 268 hp and 18" wheels is a huge difference in handling. Cockpit/Cabin looks great at night. Looking forward to it.

By mhunt2000 on April 16 @ 7:36 am
Nice as a BMW 3 Series
I just purchased my 2008 Honda Accord V6 this past weekend. As a previous BMW owner i was extremely impressed with Honda's finished product. The new Accord shares some design cues with BMW on the sides, trunk, and front headlights. The fit and finish are top- notch, and the performance is good as well. I dont think im going to miss my BMW.

By dpmeersman on August 31 @ 5:03 am
Can't Get The Smile Off My Face
I considered many vehicles; test drove a few and "settled" on the Accord EX-L V6. Is it a pure drivers or enthusiast car? No, it's not. Instead it just offers a very solid feel, more then competent acceleration, tons of very comfortable space, great sounding audio, decent fuel economy and handles more Germanic then Japanese. It brings a smile when I look at it parked, and the smile only widens as I move down the road. Visually appealing, great tactile feel from all that you touch in the cabin, and if your right foot develops an attitude, you'll find both what’s under the hood and all the chassis components more then up to the task of keeping that smile in place.

By Va CubsFan on October 26 @ 3:33 am
Honda Gets It Right
Honda really got it all right with the 2008 Accord. From the interior finishes to the flawless way the V6 engine moves from 6 to 3 to 4 back to 6 cylinder operation. This vehicle has all the pep to move with the best of them on the interstate and still provide the gas mileage we need with high prices at the pump. Honda seems to have thought of everything by packing the Accord with every imaginable feature including XM radio that the Toyota dealer wanted $700 for to install in a new Camry I have driven the Accord on an interstate and the acceleration to merge was immediate without the hesitation I found when test driving a Camry 6 cylinder. 2008 Car of the Year!

By royalty on December 6 @ 2:36 am
Nice car
Traded a 2007 Azera Limited in on 2008 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L with nav. Black exterior and black interior are gorgeous. Get tons of compliments on the car. So far quite pleased. I am sure the V6 would have been a lot faster but with the price of gas I am happy with the 190HP 4cyl. Not a rocket but still fairly quick. The stereo is excellent. Nav works well. Comfy seats. Very good ride and handling - much better than the 2007 models. The only complaint I have is the intrusive headrest which Honda needs to improve. Hyundai has a front-to-back adjustable headrest that ratchets to the position most comfortable for each rider and it is the only item superior to that in the Honda.

By KUMARSYNC on May 19 @ 8:16 pm
As Close To Perfection As Possible
I was shopping for a nice fuel efficient midsize and looked at Camry, Altima, and Accord. The super-large 08 Accord was a no-brainer. It seems to be inspired by the $53k Acura RL w/it's massive size and well placed and engineered controls. I can't think of a single bad thing to say about this car. It handles excellent, has a rump shaken sound system, plenty of power even from it's I-4 and looks to die for. This car is worth every penny and more.

By jans57 on September 12 @ 4:53 am
I like my Accord
Nice, quiet ride with lots of zip. Love the dark red color. No problems yet after 700 miles. This is my 4th Honda Accord and it is the best of the bunch. Styling is great, love the extra room.

By mcpdjohn on December 14 @ 11:36 pm
2008 Accord, what a car!
I spent a long, long time researching and reviewing the cars available to meet my needs of a family sedan. I considered many makes and models, both foreign and domestic. Based on my particular needs and taste, the 08 Accord won hands down. I have had the car for only 3 days and driven it about 200 miles. It is a truly remarkable vehicle. The V6 is so smooth and powerful, with no perceptible change as the motor switches back and forth between running on 6, 4, or 3 cylinders. The ride and handling are outstanding. The ivory leather interior is outstanding. The dash is very impressive with the burl wood trim. The quality is so high, I haven't heard one squeak or rattle. I love it!

By D.Reta on February 6 @ 4:10 am
Quality
This is my third Honda and the best so far. They just keep getting better and better. A little pricer that before, but I guess everything is. Quality is top of the line.

By mamavm on June 27 @ 10:50 pm
Fabulous!
I picked up my new Accord EX V-6 Sedan four days ago, so I don't have feedback yet on reliability or long- term quality. But, it is fabulous to drive. It's comfortable, interior features are well thought out, there's a lot of hp under the hood and simply glides down the road. This is the "funnest" car I have ever owned. Prior to this purchase, I test drove every 4-dr sedan, from economy to luxury. This Accord has no close competitors. I'm hopeful that as time passes it proves its long-term reliability and mpg reputation. So far, so good.

By JTC on July 4 @ 11:30 am
08 Accord EX-L V6
This is the best car I have ever purchased. I have had several people ask me what model BMW it was. The ride is very comfortable. The variable cylinder management is smooth and flawless.

By tarheel03 on June 25 @ 7:13 am
Wow
I purchased an 08 EX coupe a couple of weeks ago. It has been great. The car has great response and power for a 4 I really can't say enough about it. It came down to the Accord vs. Altima for me. The Altima coupe was a lot smaller and with its CVT you couldn't really enjoy driving if you know what I mean. The Accord coupe seems more next gen to me as well. I have been stopped with people telling me it looks like a BMW 6 series from the side. I didn't really like the back but it has grown on me. If I could improve anything it would probably be the audio system, and I even got the upgraded audio. They need to talk to BOSE or Infinity to partner with them for the sound systems.

By garyw463 on January 12 @ 12:43 am
Very Nice Car from Honda
My first Honda Accord and I like the car very much. The car feels solid and is comfortable, especially on the highway. I especially like the room in the car, the headroom and legroom is incredible.

By DaGuy on May 7 @ 6:43 am
Awesome But Not Perfect
I traded in a 1999 Volvo S80 for the new 2008 Accord EX-L V6 w/Nav. The new Accord is impressive in quite a few areas: cabin size, powerful V6, fantastic (truly fun and easy) technology package, handles great despite the fact that it leans a bit too much on aggressive curve handling. My Volvo had a turbo V6, I don't miss it one bit. The Accord engine delivers ample power. It's hard to imagine but the new Accord is actually the same size & weight of my S80 but handles like a smaller sports car. Bottom line, If you can't afford a 40K+ unreliable luxury car then this is a fantastic choice.

By wronskain on April 10 @ 7:30 am
Another Honda, another great car
This is my 5th Honda and my second Accord. My previous Accord was a 2004 6cyl coupe and I loved it. Traded it for a new 2006 Civic sedan (as we had our firrst child) with navigation and I enjoyed that car as well. I love the new size and the body shape of the 08. The interior is well thought out (like all Hondas) and the new non-touchscreen nav took a couple of days to get the hang of (the Civic had touch screen interface) but now I prefer it. Audio system is fantastic (get the subwoofer). VCM is completely transparent. I never hesitate recommending a Honda.

By Steve on April 29 @ 2:36 pm
Nice Ride
Picked up the 08 LX-P auto. Overall real happy with purchase. Few complaints: active headrest is annoying as it keeps creeping up touching my head (have to do something about that, hopefully fix is on the way), no seat memory and rain pours in on the door armrest switches when window is slightly open while driving (door visors should help). Very stylish inside and out, lots of room (I'm 6'4" with plenty of room all around including rear seat). Confident handling and rides very nice.

By LM on February 2 @ 11:40 pm
Excellent vehicle
Purchased to replace 2007 Nissan Maxima, also test drove 2007 Camry V6SLE which was very comparable. Honda feels more solid & I prefer styling (although that is very subjective). Now have 3,200 miles with no problems of any kind. Mileage on 1800 mile trip 28.2 driving 65 to 75 mph in fairly heavy interstate traffic. High of 31 on one slower segment. Like the XM radio and related controls as well as the dual mode automatic air conditioning. Very comfortable and roomy front seats for long trip. Very satisfied with this car.

By Ram on January 8 @ 7:50 pm
Cool Car and Best Value
I got this few days back, fun to drive and great car with great value. I like the color but interior color bit not matching with exterior. Very good fuel economy and lot of space inside.

By Happy Honda on August 7 @ 11:36 pm
Better Then a Bimmer
My wife and I are blown away. Honda went for the jugular with this design. Black with tan interior is very classy. This car is quick, luxurious, feature rich, and handles like a dream. All with the comfort and price of Honda reliability. The Camry is boring compared to this car. The Lexus ES350 is 10K+ more for less car. Parked next to a 328i, not even close, the Accord just looks better. I can't believe, but it's true. Haven't been this excited over a car in such a long time. Its a little painful paying a few thousand more for a loaded 6 cly, but once you do, your will not regret it. The car will holds its value, and you'll have lots of fun. Amazing. Fast. Luxurious.

By wfpalacio on January 27 @ 5:13 am
Great but disappointing
Honda Accord EX-L 4cyl Auto is my first Honda purchase. Enjoyable to drive, fuel economic, and handles well. I have been driving it for 2 weeks now. 1 week within ownership my driver side mirror started with a quarter inch crack that grew to 3 inches. I showed it to the dealer, they are quick to believe that an object hit it or somebody bumped it and is not covered by any warranty, however no scratch, starring, or chipping indicating foreign object hit or bump. The explanation is hard to believe leading me to believe that Honda uses substandard parts, I wonder what part will break next. I chose Honda over Volvo S60 because of reviews and over all cheaper. Now, I got substandard cheap.

By Matt on January 27 @ 2:23 pm
A slightly different perspective
I decided to purchase a new car, because I was putting over 20,000 miles a year on a Dodge Ram 1500. I decided on the Accord after looking carefully at the Passat and Legacy. While I would have prefered to get a Passat, I could not find a 2007 Package 2 with a Manual, and the 2008s were not available with the manual and a sunroof. Compared to my mom's 2000 Camry V6, the I4 manual Accord has more than adequate power, though it's not a barn burner. The clutch is easy to modulate, the trans shifts well, but my 2-3 synchronizer is out of adjustment. The interior quality is good, though the gaps between the doors and dash are a little wider than the Camry. Great exterior styling, huge interior.

By Accordguy0325 on May 14 @ 1:30 pm
Sporty coupe that holds it own
I purchased a 2008 Accord coupe automatic in EX trim a couple days ago and am quite satisfied. The styling is incredible, it is put together well, rides/handles well, is pretty quiet, and overall seems very solid. The steering is excellent, provides good feedback and this car is fun to drive (although may be more fun with a manual transmission). I traded in a 2003 Accord LX sedan and must say- the 2008 Accord with the 190 horsepower engine is a nice improvement. I would definitely reccomend the Accord 2 door to anyone looking for a sporty car that will be virtually flawless in reliability, and retain a good portion of its value down the road.

By Warren C. on December 9 @ 4:33 pm
Exceeds Expectations
For 22 years I have said to myself, "I really ought to buy an Accord", but instead I have spent my time driving expensive European cars. Great to drive, but expensive to purchase and maintain. Well, the 2008 Accord pushed me over the edge. Not only is it well made and enjoyable to drive, it actually compares to much more expensive cars. The doors make that German car "thunk" when you close them. The suspension feels sophisticated and is smooth on the open road, handles bumps without harshness, and easily handles canyon curves. The interior is first rate. The nav system is impressive. The stereo sounds great. The car is quiet. It even gets great mileage with the V6. There is lots of room.

By dc on December 13 @ 11:40 am
Broken Climate Control at the 10th day
I bought a new 08 Accord LX-P on 10/20/2007. I've been buying Toyota for the last 20 years and was excited about switching to Honda. Weather turned cold this week, so I turned on the heater in the car Monday morning. The heater shut itself off after running for a minute. It stayed shut off for about 20 minutes and came up running again on Monday morning. Tuesday morning there was no heat and the fan was not running for the entire day morning. When I took the car to the dealer for service, the heater worked again. It seems like the heater and fan only work when the outdoor temperature is warn. I will not buy a 1st model year car again.

By houndog37 on June 3 @ 9:20 pm
Great bang for the buck!
Test drove the Altima and the Accord the same day. There was no contest. The Accord won hands down in the first 2 minutes of the drive. I'm 6'0" and had plenty of room in all seating areas. Liked the arrangement of instrumentation on the dash. Exterior looks much more expensive than what you pay for. Engine has a gracious amount of power for a 4 cyl. It's not a 6 cyl so don't compare it to one. Interior noise is very minimal. The overall handling is very impressive. You definitely can't go wrong with this car. As always, another great piece of work from Honda. I couldn't be happier if I'd spent twice the amount of money.

By K_2the_AblaM on November 21 @ 8:40 pm
My First Auto Purchase
I want to first say that I'm completely satisfied with my purchase and couldn't ask for a better looking/performing car for the price range. I commute about 20 miles to work each way and the V6 gives me more than enough power and kick to pass with ease. The suspension feels tighter than that of a camry, and the car handles very well considering its larger size. Aestetically, the car's new redesign is off the charts. The front end is mean, along with the chrome accents on the handles and the dual exhaust that separates the V6 from the I4. Dash is very convinient despite reviews. This car looks elegant with the chrome, yet dashing and sporty. A-OK in my book

By Hank Jr on October 17 @ 9:16 pm
One of the best
This is the the 5th Honda in my family, the 1st being an '86 Civic, '94 Accord(mine), '03 Oddy(pop), '06 CR-V(moms), and now '08 Accord(mine.) I must say this is a huge improvement than it predecessor that i test drove. The 190hp high output engine sometimes seems a bit too much power. Fit and finish is great. I always wanna drive it...but I gotta watch it, gotta get the most outta that Honda warranty. Seats are comfortable for long trips.

By fosterphx on November 21 @ 4:53 am
Terrific First Impression
Excellent redesign, a leading edge product in this price range. Ride quality is excellent and steering is precise. 5 speed transmission much improved compared to my 02 Accord. Wind and road noise well controlled. The exterior design is attractive and is a pleasant departure from previous conservative versions. So far my satisfaction is 10/10

By E.D. on February 18 @ 10:40 pm
Driver's seat and Handling
The car is a good value. It has all the bells and whistles of a more expensive Acura:bluetooth, great stereo w/big base and subwoffer, ipod input,attractive interior styling, especially the swooping curves in lower dasboard. Power is good, but I wish the maximum torque would happen at a lower RPM. Seems to handle a little rough at higher speeds, although feels relatively stable. Maybe M&S tires are the problem. Ride is a little bumpy given the stiff (or extra stiff) suspension. I prefer a smoother ride. Driver's seat doesn't lower enough. Feels like your stomach is pushed forward. Sides of upper seat tend to curve your shoulders forward. So, some upper back pain between shoulder blades.

By Nomad on October 20 @ 10:50 am
Sweet Car
The EX 6 has a quiet ride with great response from its powerful engine. Handling is impressive for a large vehicle, not much body lean. Controls in the center console feel cluttered until becoming fimiliar. The audio sound is very dissappointing in the EX. Fit and finish is excellent. Road view front, side, and rear are very good. Braking has been very good but haven't tested it on wet pavement. Overall this is a great car.

By A on October 31 @ 8:20 pm
Love my new Accord
Just purchased 08 Accord EX-L w/ Navi for just over invoice. Got lots of quotes from other dealers before I got the price I wanted. Love everything about the car and can only hope my wife lets me drive it more often.

By cpacomp on September 10 @ 1:10 am
Speed bumps
Got a great deal on the Honda Lease Very dissapointed in the ride. Each bump in the road seems like a speed bump. Front end shocks just not making it.

By Acc7 on July 28 @ 5:30 am
My 1st Honda!
I had a hard time deciding between the '08 Altima and the '08 Accord, but I'm so glad that I went with Honda! It's beautiful in black with a spoiler and pin stripe. I love driving it!

By FlyboyFlash7 on October 14 @ 2:06 am
Go Get One!
Extremely comfortable driver's seat/driving position. Great acceleration with precise handling.

By carfan on February 1 @ 3:10 pm
am I missing something?
As a previous 05 v6 EXL owner I was excited when I first saw the new 08 Accords. We purchased a V6 EX-L after a 3 minute test drive as our replacement "beater/mileage drive to the city car" (My signifacant other and I also drive an 08 BMW535xi and an 07 E350) For slightly under $28K this new Accord sucks! Road noise on even the slightest bumps, uncomfortable ride, hollow tin-ny sounding and poor material quality on the interior. We have been huge fans of the Accords since the 86-89 series and feel this is by far the worst example and no doubt our last. I know we can't compare to our other cars but this car has really gotten "cheap" feeling. This car is not a keeper for us.

By Todd on June 12 @ 10:30 am
Very Nice
I have researched this car for several months. I purchased it two days ago and love it. It is nothing like any Accord or Honda I have owned before. It drives and feels more like my parents Lexus ES 360, than my other Accords. I was not too impressed with the non-leather Accords that I test drove, but fell in love with the EXL- V6 with Navigation. It has all the toys of my parents Lexus for many thousands less. The Lexus is a tiny bit quieter and a little smoother over the bumps, but the Accord feels sportier and steering feels tighter. They are a toss-up in looks to me on the interior, but IMHO the Accord is better looking on the outside. The voice activation is a hoot! Have FUN!!

By yinka on July 9 @ 11:36 pm
new accord
Picked up an EX-L with nav. Much improved interior over older models. People complain about the center console but it becomes simpler each day. Very smooth drive with more power than the new altima 2.5s which i tested out

By BJ on January 5 @ 2:53 pm
Gaining Attention
After the timing belt went on my 99 dodge stratus. I decided that it was a good time to purchase a new vehicle. With only 450 miles on my belt, the new 08 Honda Accord is making me one happy person. The gas mileage not up to were I like it to be, but I hear that over time it will improve. The car a bit on the pricey side, but for all the features, great ride, and enough room for a 6' to 6'1" guy; its will worth the money.

By Jeff on September 29 @ 2:53 am
Honda Accord, the new Impala
In my opinion, with its redesigned Accords, Honda has perfected the classic American large sedan. This new Honda feels like a very well put together Chevy Impala. It’s designed for American roads and American families so I suppose that’s fine. So far, and I have only had it a week, I find it like driving a barge. I don’t care for it but it’s not so bad that I can say I hate it. It’ just not fun to drive. It’s fine on the interstate but parking is clunky and I don’t long to drive it like I did my old BMWs. Alas, now I own it. I wish Honda had a return policy.

By MAV on February 16 @ 9:26 am
What a Difference
This car exceeded our expectations. Who would have thought it could be this sporty? Neighbors envy it, our friends thought it was awesome. Lots of looks and comments from people. Our teen wants one.

By 4timesAccordOwner on February 7 @ 10:06 pm
Honda did it again
This is my 4th Honda Accord, it's just getting better and better. I have test drove the Toyota Camry and the Nissan Altima. The Accord is smoother and comforter. Lots of legs room and has the most stylish/best looking interior than the other 2.

By nealb0853 on November 14 @ 8:40 am
My 6th Accord - Best Yet
This is my 6th Accord. The difference between the 08 and the 05 that I had was the biggest improvement yet. The 4 banger is quieter and delivers more horses then before. I could not see spending $2k more on the 6. I sell Acuras for a living. No way can I justify the Acura is worth the $9K difference.

By Mark S. on May 26 @ 10:40 pm
2008 Honda Accord
I have had my 2008 Accord EX-V6 for about 1 month. I have put about 1400 miles on it so far and I absolutely love it. It is my first Honda automobile and I don't think it will be my last unless this one lasts forever. It is getting better than 25 mpg combined highway/city driving. The styling inside and out is beautiful. The power of this V6 is incredible. I am 6'-2" and I have plenty of leg & head room in the front & rear. To have this kind of power/fuel mileage/styling & comfort is unbelievable. I know the reliability will good because that is the reputation that Honda has always had. As far as I am concerned, Honda has hit a homerun with the new 2008 Accord.

By Joeletta Mummert on April 25 @ 2:56 am
Wonderful car
I've owned a 94 Accord for 14 years and am very pleased with the makeover that Honda finally did with this model. This is comfortable, fun to drive and very quiet. I only wish it would have a better gas mileage with this 4 cylinder engine however I'm hoping it will improve after it's broken in. I'm currently getting just 20 miles per gallon with half city and half freeway driving.

By SR45 on April 6 @ 6:36 am
Nice 08 Accord - One glitch noticed
Very nice looking car inside and out. Nav system top rated by me and the console is very well laid out. One major glitch on this new car is the new constant rattle noise noticed towards the right rear passager area during cooler weather only (possible weld issue in the strut tower). Very noticeable and giving me a real pain. Dealership noticed rattle as well, but unable to try a fix until some clips are ordered first to replace those that are removed from the trunk area. Seems this car is too new to have these clips on hand for the trunk liner. Ride is good, smooth, and the gas mileage is around 33 mpg highway, but very low around 18 city.

By mikeneb on October 16 @ 5:43 am
Close to perfection
This is such a great car! The 4 cylinder is adequate for my needs and the fuel economy is superior. This car looks and feels like an Acura. Nobody believes it's just a Honda Accord. Only issue would be there is no way to control your iPod for the console. Wish that was an option.

By SINGH on November 23 @ 5:06 am
08 Honda accord
The 2008 honda accord is amazing, looks like a bmw. great body and interior. I had the 2007 model. In less then 6 months the 2008 came out and I had to get it. I have the accord EX-L-NAVI.

By RRoss95350 on May 23 @ 6:36 pm
New Honda Loyalist
I am a first time Honda owner, but I think that this will definitely not be my last. There are other vehicles out there that offer more economy, or power, or more comfort (usually at a much higher price point). But the Accord seems to be a perfect meld of all these facets, without sacrificing anything in the process. It has a great power to economy ratio, the leather seating and interior controls are functional, easy to use and comfortable. Trunk space is more than adequate, and the new exterior styling is just what this car needed to really pop. I purchased the EX-L Coupe 2.4L and at 30 miles per gallon, my wallet thanks me as well!

By fdisk on March 10 @ 2:56 am
My first Accord
My dad has the 2007 V6 and my 4 cyl rides just as smooth if not better than his! The design in this car is brilliant all around, very comfortable seats, drive-by-wire makes steering so smooth you'll think you are controlling the car with your mind. Safety features are top notch. I was researching new cars for months, the '08 Accord always came out on top, once I test drove it I signed the papers right away. This car feels like an Acura with a Honda badge on it. Definitely looks and feels like a car worth more money than what you will pay for it.

By Betty on December 5 @ 6:56 pm
One Major Complaint
As an owner of 2 Honda Civics, one sporty and one hybrid I knew I wanted a Honda to replace my 6 year old Volvo. After researching the Accord sedan, CRV and Accord 2-dr coupe and then after driving them, the choice for comfort, features and function was the Accord 4 door sedan. It's a nice luxury car that's not stuffy. In a cost per feature comparison, it outdoes it's counterparts the CRV and 2 door coupe. The first 3 days of ownership saw me driving in heavy rain and sleet. It was nice to have this car with it's traction control just overall great handling. The only choice to be made on this car is which color to choose.. See my ONE complaint later in the review...

By smart_and_practical on May 19 @ 4:10 pm
Quality and practical choice!
After six months of research and test driving (CRV/Civic, Corolla/Camry, Acura TL),ands down, the Honda Accord is the best in the market. My work requires daily travel of 150miles/day. With 268 hp and great mileage with VCM feature, there's nothing more I can ask for a car! The center console is awesome!! You've got everything you need in front of you. If you are not a tech savvy person, you may not like it. The exterior is great! Everywhere I go, everybody looks at my car! The interior has lots of room.The ride is so smooth.

By Akif T on March 14 @ 8:40 am
Great Value
I have an Audi A6 and Jetta. Jetta was my commute car but after 165K, decided for a equivalent fun commute car. The V6 is great, amazing stereo, navigation is outstanding. It has enough room to fit a car seat and have two people comfortable in the back. The only drawback is that my car vibrates at around +60mph. I will be taking it back to the dealer - dont know if it is wheels or engine. The ride is not smooth - the main purpose I bought the V6 was for a comfortable ride and to avoid frequent trips to dealership for fixes and repairs. Will have to wait and see how Honda service measures up against the Audi and VW which were very dissapointing. All in all, we love the V6 with Navi

By DTG12878 on March 14 @ 8:50 pm
This Accord is beyond what I expected
There's nothing bad I can say about this car. I ponder if I should of gotten the navigation but I have everything else besides that and blue tooth, so no complaints. I bought the car and immediately took it on a road trip right after I pulled off the lot. I drove 900 miles and filled up twice and I have a lil less then an 1/8 of fuel left so on the freeway at speeds of 70-80 and times I had to drive 25-45 the V-6 gave me about 24-25 miles per gallon which is extraordinary! I love the car outright. Like I said, nothing bad too say about it at all

By 1'st Impression on April 10 @ 10:43 pm
3 week review!!!
I've had the car for three weeks now and in mixed driving I'm averaging 25 mpg. Overall I like the car and don't regret buying it. It's reasonable comfortable and very roomy. The engine is a little harsh sounding. I feel a lot of vibration on the steering wheel when I'm on the highway. The stereo is typical Honda which isn't saying much. The dash is nice but the plastics seem on the cheap side. No outside temp gauge, my fathers toyota corolla has that. One thing I really like about this car is the bodystyle. I really think Honda hit a homerun with it, very classy but sporty at the same time.

By Ammoguy on April 27 @ 3:46 am
Awesome Ride
I was initially looking at the Mazda 6, but when I got into the new Accord I couldn't get back into the Mazda. This car responds right away when you tell it what to do. The ride is comfortable and relatively quiet. The looks are excellent. People didn't think much of it when I said I was getting the new Accord until they saw it.

By OUTAMYWY on September 5 @ 9:46 am
Thrilled after looking at them all
Well, I own a 2008 Corvette so I really wanted to buy the new Malibu whose dash & controls are similar, but the new Accord is just fantastic. Let's start with a motor that shuts down 3 cylinders when it's not working hard. The space inside is larger than an MB E350. Controls are ergonomically pleasing like the temp and fan blower speeds (toggles).

By 5th Honda Accord on July 29 @ 2:40 am
Best EXL-V6Accord 2008
This is our 5th Accord in the past 15 years and by far and away the best! As comfortable as my wife's Avalon but $5000 less and much more fun to drive. Less road noise, better stereo, and fabulous leather interior! Fantastic curb appeal with appearance resembling BMW.More head and hip room in front than the Avalon. We were planning on waiting until the spring to buy, but after driving this dream car we bought it at the end of the month. After you test drive the 08 Accord you will understand our enthusiasm!

By WoWo on September 18 @ 1:10 am
Quality with reservations
My initial drive of this new model surprised me and I purchased it vs the Camry or Altima. I spend 3 hrs a day commuting and the car has been a little disappointing - there is hesitation when I try to accelerate; interior seat bolsters are to high and rub each time we get in and out - will wear out quickly. In cold weather the multiple piece dash layout rattles and creaks for 40 minutes until the interior warms up. Cubic ft of trunk is large but odd interior shape prevents effective use for large luggage pieces. Wipers and window wash are recessed below defroster line and freeze in place with defroster on. This new model is quieter than the old Accord and it does handle well.

By eyc51k on December 4 @ 7:40 am
Great Choice for Family & Fun
Love the car all around. Comfort is great for my six foot 215 lbs. Stereo rocks. Handles great with solid quick response. Mileage is great considering the size and the power more than enough. Excellent visibility. I drive a 140 miles daily and this car make it a pleasure. My only negative-- I don’t really like the electronic mirror because I have sensitive eyes. I was told by Honda service it can’t be replaced because of wiring harness. I opted for fog lights which are costly, my only extra along with mud flaps.

By David Morin on May 16 @ 7:00 pm
The perfect family car
When my wife totaled our Mazda6 Wagon I was sure we'd replace it with a new Honda CRV. But after seeing the new Accord in the flesh it was too good to pass up. It was bigger, got better MPG, still offered a stickshift, and was cheaper. Even our "base" LX has all the amenities, all the safety items we demanded, and a ton of passenger space. The exterior, which looked so odd in pictures, is quite appealing in person. We got the black cloth interior and the polished metal exterior. It handles flatly in corners yet doesn't punish you with a harsh ride. The shifter is typical Honda-perfect. With a set of snow tires it's handling VT winter like a champ.

By Disappointed on May 22 @ 10:50 am
Disappointed
I was very disappointed when I purchased the new 2008 Accord after owning a 97 Honda Accord LX for 10 years (purchased new) with very few problems. I currently have about 3700 miles on my new car and have had numerous problems with it. The transmission whines in low gears, the headlights flicker while driving, the visor lights do not work, and gas mileage is on average about 25 (all my driving is on the highway). I cannot describe how disappointed I am with this new car. When taken to the dealer for service, they tell me most of the problems are normal. Normal? What happened to Honda quality? I should have purchased the Toyota Camry SE.

By NAVI on October 29 @ 12:16 am
Awesome Vehicle!
My last three vehicles were purchased brand new and this was my first Honda and definitely will not be my last! Wow, what a car! I have the 2.4l engine and find it has plenty of speed for me. The car handles great, is a blast to drive, and is getting the gas mileage as advertised. The interior is appealing and the exterior is total eye candy! I love my 08 Accord Coupe!

By mtexas on February 12 @ 5:23 pm
Not Impressed With The "08" Accord
The 2008 Accord is not the same Accord that past Accord owners have come to love. I am not impressed with the build quality or the very loud 4-cyl engine. The interior on the EX model looks cheap like something you would expect from a $12,000 American car. I did however like the looks of this car as it has nice clean lines and looks really sharp but I could not believe how bad the new accord drove and how cheap the car felt. I think for 25,000 you are better off looking into the Camry, Sonata or Altima. Honda take note your flagship Accord has been surpassed by Toyota, Nissan, and even Hyundai has you beat.

By BZ on February 16 @ 6:33 am
Beauty To Drive
I walked into the Honda dealership to buy the V6 model of the Accord. I saw the 4 cylinder and took a test drive, a really nice drive although could be a little quiter. I picked up one right from the showroom floor, this was a beauty I could not pass up. Definitely fun to drive.

By JOE on May 1 @ 7:43 pm
Not sure yet
Great style, looks great in Black. Nice interior, great radio and A/C system. Nice performance from the 190 HP 4 cylinder. Smooth ride and handling under 60 mph.

By midazolam on July 20 @ 1:33 am
Wow...what a car
Just picked up from the dealer 12/1, 0/08. Waited 8 weeks for this car, there are not that many out there,Hunda's assembly is more focused on the sedan. Pulled out of the lot and this car just flys! Handles like a dream, hugs corners like a indy car. The roads were slick with many ice patches but this car felt like I was driving in May with the temp at 78 degrees. I have never felt so completely in control of a car. (This may because the 20yrs of SUV's I have been driving), none the less I love this car....buy one!

By RHJ on July 10 @ 9:43 pm
08 Accord
This is the first Accord that I have owned. I currently have not had any problems other than the vibration in the steering wheel at 60-70mph. i did not notice it until I was on a smooth road. Lucas was able to duplicate but not isolate the problem. Honda suggested to put 3k miles and bring it back. The vibration is still present. I only wish my wife would let me drive it more often

By Real Customer on May 31 @ 10:50 pm
Very Cheap
I have owned many Honda's including the V6 EX 2004. This 2008 V6 EX has a ton more road noise and the everything just feels so much cheaper. In addition, I'm only getting 24 mpg on the highway. Overall I'm disapointed.

By Mr Black on December 27 @ 8:23 am
2008 EX Coupe Auto
Had to buy a new car...did my research and Accord kept coming back as one of the top performers in overall quality. Very happy with the car. I4 offers responsive acceleration - it's not a drag car car so have realistic expectations - buy a V6 if you really need that feeling. Interior is very comfortable w/ ergonomic design in mind. are there a lot of buttons? Yes, could they have made it simpler? Yes. but realistically is it hard to figure out? No. new coupe styling is outstanding. Must see in person to really appreciate. pictures don't do it justice. Radio isn't to bad just make sure you set the EQ to fit your music or it can get washed out. 6 cd changer is a nice treat, but the aux

By John of Columbus, NC on February 17 @ 6:30 pm
Best Honda I have ever owned.
Have owned several Honda Accords before and the new design was really interesting. One test drive convinced us it was a superb car for us, I am 6'1" and it has lots of leg room. Traded in a 2007 Hyundai Azera Limited that depreciated too fast for my comfort zone. The 2008 Accord EX-L with 190 hp 4 cyl is a powerful driving experience. It gave me 25.3 mpg on the 3rd tank of fuel over both city and highway driving. Leather seats are very comfortable. My car is silver with black leather. Exterior design is handsome and a decided change from previous years. Added color matching body side molding for extra protection from careless door openers. A really super vehicle.

By Josh on February 20 @ 1:13 am
Rattles
I love the car except for the rattles from the passenger side. I noticed the compartment under the glove box was not snapped shut properly so fixed that but it still rattles worse than my 2001 Nissan Sentra on certain road surfaces. Great handling and acceleration though.

By Hurls on June 3 @ 11:40 pm
Six Weeks and Love It More!
After six weeks and 1100 miles I love this car more than when I purchased it. Please note that the EXL models are much more fun than the non-EXL and the V-6 with navigation is downright fun. I thought the non-EXL and the 4cyl, were a bit boring and actually felt like a Buick. Sorry, if you purchased one, just my opinion. I love the EXL-V6 with the navigation package. It is really worth the extra money. Fuel economy is not great, but not terrible. Driver's door is too far out at the top to serve as a left arm rest, becomes a problem on longer trips. Seats are a bit too firm for me. Some days the ride is excellent and others the bumps are felt right to the spine!

By Happy Honda on December 8 @ 1:56 am
Fun to Drive with Honda Sturdiness
Just got my new EX-L 6MT with Navi and I already love it. I have owned a Mustang, BMW and other sports cars and really they were no more fun to drive than this car. It's engine pulls hard and the disk brakes work smooth too. I love the Bluetood feature. It helps to stay connected to friends and family on the phone without having to give up the fun of the stick shift. This is the third Honda I have owned with the Navi and I do like this version with the knob better then the touch screen. It is easier to make minor adjustments without fiddling with the screen. I bought the red model just like in the photo spreads and it is a real looker.

By Gator 19 on May 12 @ 12:43 am
Made a believer out of me
I was not intially interested in looking at the 08 Honda Accord. The previous models were boring both aestically and performance wise. This model has totally changed my view of the Accord. People come up to me and ask what kind of car it is and if it's a European car.

By Sue on June 13 @ 4:03 pm
Disappointed
This is our 6th Accord and the one I like the least. We traded in our 2004EXL for this 2008. I am quite disappointed. The car is very loud! The windshield wash barely hits the windshield but I am mostly disappointed in the gas mileage. I'm lucky if I get 23 MPG and 98% of my driving is highway. Aren't we supposed to be making improvements in this area? My 2004 was getting 28- 30MPG. Unfortunately, I regret buying this car.

By Joe Marasti on June 27 @ 7:46 pm
Honda EXL 4
This is an exceptional motor vehicle. Its ride, comfort and overall performance is an absolute joy.

By Linebacker68 on June 11 @ 9:40 am
This One's the Fun Accord
I had been looking seriously at getting a slightly-used (2005) 3-Series BMW for my next car. I wanted a nice, sporty every-day driver for under $30K. When my wife and I stopped by the Honda dealer to look at an SUV for her, I saw that they had an '08 blue Accord coupe V6, 6MT. I'm not a fan of the previous Accord coupes, but when I took the '08 for a test drive, I was quite impressed with the nice balance of handling, ride and, of course, the power of that V6 coupled with the manual tranny. After doing some comparison test-drives of other brands, I came back to that 6spd Accord coupe. Honda now has a real mid-size "driver's car."

By steel811 on December 31 @ 2:20 pm
Amazed so far
I bought the 2008 Accord 6 days ago, have put 300 miles on it, and so far, all I can say is...nothing! I'm so impressed by this car that I am speechless. The handling of the car around turns is amazing, the engine responds with the right amount of "juice" when I need it, plus I get tons of compliments on its looks. I seriously can't count the number of times someone has said, "when'd you get the BM-er?" Not to mention, I have already driven it through a snow storm, which ironically was the day I bought the car, and it handled beautifully! I have nothing but praise for the folks at Honda for hitting a home run on the 2008 Accord!

By TP on May 24 @ 7:06 am
Wow! That's an Accord.
I have been in the market for a car for a while. Anyway, I test drove many cars including the Camry and Avalon. The Camry just wasn't the car I was looking for and the Avalon equipped with the options I was looking for was more than I wanted to spend. Anyway, I drove to the Honda Dealership and didn't realize they changed the styling of the Accord in 08. At first I thought somebody drove an Acura to the Honda dealership. I absolutely love the styling. It was the combination I was looking for, great look, good value, decent gas mileage, and Honda's resale value.

By JoD on November 2 @ 12:43 pm
Another Winner From Honda
Much bigger and better than our Accord '00 EX-L trade-in, which we loved. The xtra room is a bit wasted on us, empty nesters, but the Civic is too small. "Gliding" can best define the comfort and quietness of the ride inside. Driving is nimble with quick steering and smooth road feedback. Ample power is confidence inspiring; the heavier new car has better weigh/HP ratio than the old one. This trim is about right for us: we don't need moonroof, heated seats/side mirrors (we live in S.FL) of the EX-L. But all the safety eqpt. is the same. Some other STD features add true value. With the leather seats, comfort is close to EX-L's at a "best buy" price.

By Ex toyota driver on January 10 @ 3:53 pm
I have returned to Honda
I drove Honda back in the early nineties and thought I would not return. The design until 2008 I though was just ugly. When I saw this at the auto show, I desided to consider it again. Shopped it heavy, and this is just the best value. I commute alot, so interior is important to me, and its leather is does not seem cheap (like others in this price bracket) and comfort is top notch. I got the EX 4 cyl. for I live in so cal, and the 6 is not necessary sitting in traffic : ). Decent accel, huge back seat for my kids baby seats/ large friends. Read reviews about loud engine sound... mine is quiet. Feels like a luxury car but for about 10 grand less (why buy Acura?), will not go back Toyota

By LH on September 13 @ 12:53 pm
Bit Disappointed
I bought the Accord as I felt it represented the best value in its category. Unfortunately, I have gotten off to a rough start. On the first morning it would not start in my garage and had to be towed back to the dealer. Turned out the battery had a bad core. While it handles the road very nicely, I am very upset with the hesitation I have experienced. When I accelerate from a stop or very slow speed, there is a hesitation about 40%- 50% of the time. The service manager took a ride with me and said that type of effect was normal for this transmission. In 35 years of driving, I have never experienced this with a new car and have not experienced it with my wife's CRV.

By karen on November 14 @ 9:33 pm
Love This Car!
I ordered this coupe in October and it arrived 2 weeks ago. From the moment I pulled out of the dealers lot...wow...excellent power and pickup. Even thought the roads had some ice on them I just kept driving. Cornering is excellent, handles better than the BMW 328xi I was considering (too expensive with expensive repairs).Stablity control is apparent, shift is smooth although the gear box is small, as compared to the SUV's I was used to driving. Brakes are sensitive and feel secure, no drift, but occ steering torque is apparent with some up shifting.

By Cliff on March 28 @ 11:06 am
Best Value
Formerly owned BMW 3 Series, Infiniti FX and most recently 2006 Passat. After driving the new BMW 3, Lexus ES 350 and other more expensive sedans, decided on the Accord. From a value standpoint I could not justify spending $10+K more on other comparably equipped sedans. The Accord does everything well. Yes, the lux sedans are a bit quieter at highway speeds, but overall none can justify such a steep premium over the Accord. For the money this is without question the best value and can certainly be considered a "near luxury" model in it's new 2008 configuration.

By RLM on May 20 @ 9:06 am
Excellent Value
Had a 2005 Honda Pilot EX which provided 15 MPG. With the price of gas going to over $3.00 per gallon I wanted something more fuel efficient but large enough to seat four adults comfortably and provide a sense of safety too. Honda always provided a quality product for the money so I drove a Civic EX sedan, the Accord EX sedan, and a CR-V. The Civic was too small. The CR-V's engine felt like it needed more horsepower. The Accord was quiet, was easy to drive, seemed to be the right size, and would provide decent mileage. First two tankfulls delivered 20 MPG. Somewhat less than I was expecting but 33% better than the Pilot. I have the car on a three year lease and am pleased with it.

By Phoenix Honda Lover on February 4 @ 2:10 am
Great Car
Have approximately 500 miles so far. No problems. Handles great, good mileage, and wonderful ride. Stereo sounds is excellent. XM is a real plus. Don't particularly like the daytime running lights. Would like to turn them off. However understand they are a safety item. Center instrument panel hard to read in bright daylight Was looking at new Nissan Coupe also, but purchased Honda because of larger interior.

By Doug on September 4 @ 1:13 pm
Mileage Disapointment
I love my new Accord. It is fun to drive and roomy. At 6'3" I can sit comfortably in the drivers seat and have an unobstructed view out the windows. Unfortuantely, I am a bit disappointed with the MPG. I use the highway extensively. Between town and the Highway I only get about 1-2 MPG over my former 2000 6cyl Accord. The best gas mileage I have achieved for this 4 cyl. has been 30 MPG on 250 miles of continuous flat terain highway traveling no higher than 68 Miles per hour mostly on cruise. Around town I am averaging about 17 MPG. For a 4 cyl. vehicle, I expected better especially since I drive conservatively. Bottom line - This is a great car but dont expect it to spoil OPECs bottom line

By Scott n Buffalo on February 21 @ 1:06 pm
My 3rd Honda - Love it!
After a brief break driving a PT Cruiser for 36 painful months I returned happily to Honda. It took one test drive and I forgot all about the Passat and Legacy I was comparing it to. The car is equipped just how I wanted (5-speed w/leather) and is less appliance like then my 02 Accord SE.

By FrankieJ23 on November 3 @ 1:53 am
08 Accord Coupe 3.5
The car is sexy as hell. I have it black on black with tints so the car is very appealing. The 3.5 has balls compared to the 07 models, They spiffed up the 08 with a lot of new nic nacs which is a big thing for honda. The car is a beauty.

By Mel on November 3 @ 5:13 am
Loyal Owner
This is my first experience purchasing a honda. I am very impressed with the vehicle. The exterior looks very simular to the BMW body. Very spacious, outstanding features. Smooth ride. I am sold on Honda.

By Robert on December 19 @ 8:56 pm
Great Purchase
Fun to drive. Sharp. Runs well. Interior well designed. Rides well on the highway. First time Honda owner.

By Larry on November 21 @ 6:40 pm
No sport sedan
Just picked up this car yesterday and drove it about 150 miles - highway and city. I have been driving a 1990 Acura Legend Sedan, but also recently owned and driven a 2004 Accord V-6 Coupe and 2004 S2000. Moving to Manhattan, we kept the old car and sold the others. I have to say I am disappointed. The Acura STILL was a far sportier driver than this new car, too "Buick" like. It may have stolen its lines from BMW but it does not drive like one - this is NOT a driver's car. BEWARE former Honda owners, this car is now a Toyota Avalon. And you can DEFINITELY feel the engine switch modes.

By brm128 on June 11 @ 4:00 am
Only 1 week and I love it!
Had been curious about the '08 since it came out; have been driving my wife's old 4Runner and wanted something with better fuel economy & smoother ride. My other option was a Jetta but after test drive this won hands down with the bang for the buck. I previously had a '01 Acura CL Type- S and the ride is similar; interior design not all that much different than the TL and on the EX-L you get most of the same options; plus the added roominess in the '08 helps w/ a family. Was able to get a Polished Metal w/ Gray interior right off the truck.

By jseejr on December 25 @ 1:23 pm
2008 Honda Accord Coupe 2.4L 5M
I have shopped around for months now, and nothing has been more attractive and financially appealing as my new Honda Accord coupe. I love the styling of it, it looks like a mix between an Acura TL and a BMW 3 series. It's fun to drive, and gets great gas mileage. I couldnt have asked for a better car.

By car lover on December 14 @ 7:16 am
Awesome car
Went into the dealer to buy a Pilot and walked out with this beauty. This is my 5th Honda and by far the best. Honda has outdone itself on styling and performance. The car is as big and roomy inside as my old Acura Rl, handles better and gets better gas mileage.If you consider buying one get the V6. Worth every penny and not much difference in fuel economy. No issues with the car. Own a 07 GTI and had to bring it to the dealer for 4 separate issues with 3500 miles. Never had this with a Honda. Very roomy and comfortable even with 5 adults. Excellent value for the money

By LaShawn on April 3 @ 6:33 pm
Good purchase
This was an un-planned purchase. I'd looked at the Mazda 3 and the Nissan Altima coupe. When I saw this in the Nighthawk Black Pearl I had to have it. I am coming out of a 2.8 VB Jetta so the 4-cyl is a little slow for me. Otherwise, its a great car. My only complaint is the seat is not comfortable for a long period of driving and if it is raining and you barely roll the window down uou will get soaked. This car is a real head turner. I get tons of compliments on it.

By Tom on November 19 @ 3:33 am
Very nice car
I've only had the car about one week, but so far so good. I love the interior layout and comfort. The center console is a bit overwhelming at first, but it gets better as you get used to it. The navigation and bluetooth are awesome. Highly recommend getting that option if possible. The ride is smooth and quiet. I'm very happy thus far.

By auto guy on December 20 @ 12:23 am
Nighthawk Black Beauty
We picked up a new Accord LX the other day and we couldn't be happier with our purchase. Although it's a lower trim level, it has high quality interior trim; very comfortable seats; and and very smooth, quiet ride. The interior and exterior look great! Also, it's very spacious inside, but it doesn't feel big. My only complaints are the wheel covers on the LX look cheap (in my opinion), the trunk hinges invade some space, and there isn't a trip computer or compass. Other than that, this car is great! I recommend it to everyone!

By krish017 on June 17 @ 3:06 pm
Awesome care with great improvements!!
This is my very first honda accord and i love to drive this car. It has all the feature i was looking for in any other mid-size economy car. The interior is roomy, exterior is definitely better than BMW 3 series. I just filled my gas at 350 miles with little left in it. I drive both on highways/locals. The heated leather seat is very comfortable and audio system is rocking. In my opinion, Honda accord 08 EX-L (4I) model is definitely better than toyota XLE (4 cylinder) top line model. I would highly recommand this car to people not only for look but also for fuel economy since this gas pricing are booming!!

By Silver EX-L with Nav on July 24 @ 1:30 pm
Best Everyday Sedan Overall
The 190 hp 4 cylinder is plenty strong enough for most driving conditions. In typical Honda fashion, it likes to rev and gets downright entertaining at 4000- 7100 redline. My last two cars were "fast" (WRX, TL) and I got this because my family got larger. On occasion, I do miss the power of the aforementioned vehicles, but the transmission is up to the task. I like the grade logic control and it seems like a very intuitive transmission (knows what I want to do). Overall, I am very satisfied on all fronts. I prefer the nav joystick over a touchscreen for cleanliness. Additionally, the set back nav screen is nice, and within a quick glance of my sightline.

By AndyN on January 23 @ 4:16 am
New Accord Owner
I'm a new owner of a 2008 Accord and it is one nice car. When I first tested the EX-L V6, the performance and handling of the car sold me- I had to get it and I did. The ride is very smooth, the suspension is a little stiff so you feel almost every bumps of the road but the noise level on highway is low. The interior is comfortable, neat and you can find everything within reach. There are plenty of space in the back seat and the trunk is big enough for all your needs.

By Snake on July 9 @ 11:10 am
I may buy two!
My 2008 Honda Accord continues to impress me every time I start the engine. There is an amazing comfort level with this car. Comfort based on the quality and attention to detail Honda efficiently packs into this newly reclassified full size car. Talk about your bang for a buck, you get it with the Accord. From the overall exterior styling, the leather interior, dashboard, moon roof, engine, wheels, tires, and even the trunk you get nothing less than quality. I am extremely happy with my purchase and because I hate to share this car with the wife I am now scrambling to realign my budget to make a move on the coupe or maybe just another sedan.

By ariel on January 12 @ 3:43 am
New Accord Rocks!
The new '08 Accord truly is a great car! First Accord ever, traded in a '91 Civic which still ran like new! Runs smooth, handles great, power is amazing! Hint: adding accessories will bolster appeal! Also, VIN number starting with "J" means made and built in Japan, where you can't go wrong! Trust it!

By Tim on March 24 @ 5:43 am
Best Value
My first Honda, and I love it. The car achieves a nice balance between sportiness and comfort. Not as smooth as my Toyota and not as sporty as my old Passat, this car represents a nice middle point. The car is very roomy inside. The back seat is huge. Body styling is vastly improved. The sound system is terrific. The Handsfree link has been great for business trips. The navigation system is sophisticated and comes with a trip computer. The car has ample power, but the gas mileage has been disappointing. I'm getting about 17 MPG in city driving and 27 on the highway. The car has been terrific in the snow, a nice plus. A terrific value.

By The Lord's Accord on February 16 @ 2:03 pm
My First New Car
The new '08 Honda Accord is beautifully designed. The impressive thing is that the LX base model comes with many necessities like full side airbags, power up/down driver windows, 16" wheels and Dunlop tires, drive-by-wire throttle, double-wishbone and ind. multi-link suspension, and vehicle stability control. The passenger space is very roomy. However, the trunk is not as big as you would like in a large- size car. Additionally, the standard seats are not my favorite. I did try the CR-V and it felt better to drive, but my wife demanded elegance and luxury so we went with the Accord. It is such a beautiful car that I've only put 400 miles in three weeks. It is better admired than driven!

By Nita on February 8 @ 11:40 am
Alrighty
This is my first Honda and I'm loving it so far! The pick up is good but that 18.5 gallon tank lets you know when you accelerate. Getting about 20 mph and hopes that gets better. Wish the colors were better with matched with the interior and exterior colors offered. Where is the Navy or dark not Royal Blue and that is not Red that is Wine.

By What a Car on March 16 @ 4:43 pm
Don't Wait
I just traded in a 2008 Honda Accord 4cyl for this 6cyl, let me tell you it's night and day. The 4cyl was loud and a litte harsh, the 6cyl is a thing of beauty and the smoothness of it is unbelieveable. If you can afford it, definately get the six cyl. When you test drive these cars do yourself a favor and take both models out and you'll see what I mean. I bought the Exl version and it's perfect for all the features you get. The car rides beautifully but at the same time you feel the road. I've bought over 20 cars in my life and I can tell you this car is by far the best of all.

By Car Nut on February 26 @ 10:06 am
Haven't had a Honda in Years
I am a self confessed car junkie. Have wasted many thousands trading cars too often. Have had new Acura RL, Acura TL, MBZ E55, BMW M3, Chrysler 300 SRT8, Infiniti M45 and most recently a BMW 550 w/sport pkg. I just got my Accord a few days ago and I honestly have to say it is an excellent car. Great fit and finish, tons of bells and whistles and it's a great value for the money.

By Jack on June 17 @ 11:13 pm
Excessive Road Noise
This car is not at all fun to drive because of road noise and engine noise. I wonder why Honda overlooked this. If you are planning to buy this car and are concerned about engine and road noise think twice and do the road test carefully. Road noise is really irritating and annoying.

By Chris on November 7 @ 2:03 am
Amazingly Perfect
What can I say about this car, it is simply the best car purchase I've ever made. Was looking for something fun, fast, comfortable and practical and got it all with this car. Honda has stepped the Accord Coupe into a new market. I was torn between this car and the 350Z but chose the Honda for cheaper ownership costs and better practicality. I could not be happier with the performance and ride of this car. I'm worried I'm going to put too many miles on it but I just want to drive it all the time!!! Did I mention is looks absolutely beautiful in Belize Blue! I told my friends I bought an Accord, when the saw it first time none of them believed that it was an Accord. You'll love it!

By Mitch on May 29 @ 12:36 am
Fun to drive
I was impressed by the styling of this all new make over. It reminds me of a more expensive car. I recently sold my 90 Accord and was impressed by the standard features the base model Accord has. I like the tightness of the suspension and the reasonably quiet ride. The transmission is smooth also. While I only have 1,000 miles on it I would highly recommend it to my friends.

By Kathy on February 10 @ 1:50 am
Totally Disappointed
I've had my Honda for 2 weeks. About a week ago I noticed that my car had a 1 second delay when shifting into drive. When stepping on the accelerator, it would take a moment to actually shift into gear. I also dislike the way the car down shifts when you take your foot off the pedal. It's very noticable...moves you forward in your seat. And when shifting from one gear to the next...well it's rough. I took my car into the dealer and they said it was normal for the Accord. We even test drove another car just like mine and it did the same thing. I'm in the process of trying to give it back and filing a complaint. Who makes a car that has a delay when shifting into drive? Normal?..whatever!

By Howard on January 12 @ 3:30 pm
An Acura Rl at Half the Price
This is an awsome car! In reality it is an Acura RL in 2 wheel drive instead of 4 wheel in the Acura RL at half the price. The performance is incredible! With 268 hp it should be. Gas mileage is great for a vehicle with this type of performance. The looks are georgeous. It has 5 star ratings in front crash, side crash and roll over. Plenty of room for 5 inside. There is no better car for the money IMHO

By SedanDriver on April 19 @ 7:26 pm
Nice car, but check the driver seat
Purchased the Accord EX-L V6 new versus a used Infinity M35 or Acura. The EX-L compares very favorably versus any other sedan in its class and has many of the basic features found in "near- luxury" cars at a reasonable price. Park it next to a BMW 5 series and you see the exterior design similarities. This car would be perfect except for one major complaint, the design of the driver's seat. There is a bulge about halfway up the seatback that is immovable and eliminates any support for your shoulders. This is independent from the lower lumbar support. It may not be noticable to you on a brief test drive so check this out before buying, as there is no solution available from the dealer.

By Peachy on March 13 @ 7:03 am
On the Mark!
The 2008 Honda Accord EX-L V6 is an ideal combination of comfort, economy, and pleasure! I have owned either a Mercedes or BMW for my last 3 cars and find the Honda as an ideal alternative to the high cost of ownership of those German automobiles. No, the Honda does not have the anti-sway of those vehicles in high-cornering speeds, but it is more comfortable. I have two herniated disks and the seats of the Honda have alleviated the pain in my legs and back when I drive. I owned a 1994 Honda EX and must admit that this new Accord is like the difference between watching regular and HDTV. Wow, a product that actually exceeded my expectations! Give this car consideration if you want a near-luxo.

By Ex-Toyota Fan on October 11 @ 7:53 pm
I Love It
First, let me say that I have been driving Toyota cars for the past 10+ years. I was on my way to replace my Camry with yet another Camry and decided to give the Accord a try. 4 hours later, I think I will be driving Honda cars from now on. First, the new Accord compared to the new Camry is no longer a matter of taste: the Accord is not only better, it is in a separate class altogether. Workmanship is better, materials are better, the EX-L has more options than the Camry XLE and is cheaper! Go figure. More fun to drive, no under steer and mushy brakes like the Camry... I simply love it.

By thetrev68 on March 30 @ 12:40 pm
Sweet!
The best way to review this car is to compare it my 06 Altima 3.5SL that I traded in. The Altima was faster, had more options, and a better Bose stereo. I still prefer the Accord. Build quality is fantastic. It feels both luxurious and sporty at the same time. Every texture feels upscale. Every button is full of precision and is satisfying to touch. The car steers and drives effortlessly but retains a degree of connectedness to the driving experience. I couldn't be happier with the car.

By nvlav8r on July 11 @ 9:56 pm
Could do better
I have owned several Accords, the most recent one being a 2005 EX V6. We never had any problems with that car. I wish I had never traded. This new car has many neat features, such as the NAV and the variable cylinder management, but the build quality has me regretting my purchase. There are many rattles and squeaks,(the front end even rattles when you shut the door). But, the most annoying problem is a wind noise above 55mph. I get mad thinking about it and avoid driving it for that reason. Should have bought a Cadillac CTS.

By nice ride on December 7 @ 6:43 pm
Finally Arrived
Replaced old reliable '98 accord 5 spd with this car. Have been waiting a good year for it and I am generally pleased. Corners flatter than old Accord, although it seems a little slower, despite the bump in hp. The seats are very firm, but getting used to this. Fit and finish seems very nice so far. The stereo is not great, despite the specs, and I will probably change the rear speakers, which are mediocre. Back seat is expansive, great for three growing kids, one of the real plusses of this car. The stick is very smooth, and this really allows one to appreciate the vtec engine. Mileage so far is the big disappointment, low 20's, old Accord was never below 27mpg.

By Munjal on December 17 @ 8:33 pm
The finest Accord Ever !
After tracking almost 2 months of research on American and Japanese mid-size car models, only two stands out for their performance, reliability and safety - Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. But 2008 is a year of Honda Accord. My my, I have never experienced such smooth performance, stability, pick-up, mileage and comfort that I am enjoying with my new 2008 Honda Accord. People do compare sedan's outer body trim with BMW 5-series, but I feel its really unique and give elegant looks as compared to older Honda models. Moreover, range of trime lines gives tough competition to Camry. I admire engine performance and comfort while driving atleast 30 mile a day to job.

By Chris on December 8 @ 3:56 am
Just a minor issue....
This is my 5th Accord in 22 years of driving and I have to say, I am very impressed. Having had to give up my 99 Accord due to very high mileage (170K+), this Accord was a bit of a change. Overall, I do not regret this purchase. The only minor issue is a glich with the headlights/fog lights while the air is on. When the compressor cycles on, the lights "blink" or dim very quickly. It reminds me of when your air unit or fridge comes on at home. It does not diminish the performance of the car, it is just annoying. I contacted the dealer and they said it was something that was not fixable and that they would report it to Honda Corporate. Let's hope they come up with a fix.

By Snake on July 20 @ 7:56 am
I Did Buy Two!
Yup! I couldn't resist so we just picked up my, I repeat my, Accord this week. Even with all my previous complaining I added the Navigation option and I have to say it is very nice, but still overpriced. The Accord has a tremendous environment. I purposely take the long way to destinations. I notice that I now drive with a big smile on my face. What a car! I did test drive the coupe and found it too confining due to an almost 2" difference in headroom. I did not like the interior door moldings that covered the door controls. All in all, per Honda's website, the sedan has 19 advantages over the coupe so my decision was a no-brainer and I have never regretted my decision.

By Minnesota Honda on September 30 @ 5:26 pm
A Dream To Drive except for mileage
This is my sixth Honda and my fifth new EX-L. I had a 2003 EX-L 4 cylinder so that got a consistent 28-30 mpg in town and over 35mpg on the highway. I drove from Minneapolis to Chicago and still had a titch under a quarter tank of gas left. The 2008 is getting anywhere from 18 to 23 mpg in town (a big difference at $3 per gallon) but I'm still seeing about 31 mpg on the highway. The reason? Simple physics. The car is heavier and there's 30 more horses to feed. Still, I think Honda should have considered MPG efficiency although I am a bit spoiled by the 2003. The 2008 is a work of art. Driving is magnificent. The trade-off is a bit lower mileage but still better than most out there.

By nessman on February 7 @ 1:26 pm
Nice car
Luxury on a budget. Lots of little nice touches. Nice standard options package. Nice interior. Fun to drive. Solid grip on road in snow/ice.

By cojlucas on May 4 @ 12:46 pm
Love it
I just bought my Accord 2 weeks ago and am very happy with my decision. This is my 4th Accord and was considering the switch to the Acura TL. I decided I wanted one more coupe and am glad I did. I got the EX-L in Belize Blue and opted for all the extras: spoiler, fog lights, mud flaps, and tinted windows. This car looks great! The interior is very similar to that of the TL, but for about $7k less. I traded my '04 EX-L for this one, yet there a few things I miss like the electro-illuminescent gauges. My biggest fear is that of the other drivers and the amount of door dings I always get on my cars and this car doesnt seem much stronger. The passenger seat rattles, but other than that..nice car

By jt007 on May 5 @ 12:56 pm
Buyers Remorse?
Traded in my Oddysey for better gas mileage and more comfort. So far not super impressed with gas mileage, and comfort, well lets just say my dealership just ordered a new seat cushion for me today. I feel like somehow a Civic LX seat ended up in my loaded Accord. I drive 50k plus miles a year, and am not sure if I will make it even 6 months if they cannot solve this problem and soon. Comfort is my only real complaint. I am 6'1" tall, 210lbs...not overly large. Seat feels like it cuts into my left leg on long trips. I highly recommend driving this car more than down the street before spending this kind of money! Other features are wonderful. Gas mileage will surely improve, hopefully.

By john on February 9 @ 4:53 am
An appliance with class
Well, the '08 Accord (LX 4 cyl) is an awesome car. Honda delivers again. Except...its just ugly. The engine is the most refined in its class, maybe the world, the build quality is polished, and the transmission/chassis is superb. But it looks like something my grandma might buy if she wanted something "young and hip". Recently drove a new Malibu, and am hooked. Seriously considering a trade.

By Chris on September 9 @ 1:30 am
Disappointed
3000 Miles on my new long awaited 08 V6 Sedan. This car is a nightmare. Shifting is up and down, surging and vibration at higher speeds is ridiculous like I have 4 unbalanced tires ( I don’t). I am shocked that Honda would put this into production. The constant shifting and changing of the VCM is maddening and almost can make you nauseous. The vibration juts adds another layer of frustration. Dealer has the car now for the last week!! They agree it’s not right and working with Honda to see what can be done. So far the picture looks bleak. Buyers be informed!

By Sunnfunn on July 11 @ 3:56 pm
2008 Honda Accord EXL V6 4Dr
Purchased my 4dr EXL V6 2 weeks ago. Have put approx 175 highway miles on it. VCM/Tranny on highway are very noticable to the point it is annoying. The VCM/Tranny switching back and forth make you wonder what the car is doing all the time. Seats are stiff but once adjusted seem to become more comfortable. Suspension/driving are better than past Accords and engine has plenty of power. Overall an improvement over older Accords but VCM/Tranny issues have me concerned about the longetivity of this car.

By Tim on April 1 @ 4:30 pm
My First New Car
Only getting 15 mph city driving & 20 mph overall on 1/2 highway-1/2 city driving using very conservative driving habits! Fuel economy not good for a 4 cylinder engine built by a firm advertising itself as "the most fuel efficient automaker in the world." 190 hp engine has plenty of power when you need it to accelerate onto the highway. Steering is very precise with only about 2 turns of the wheel lock-to- lock. Has great ride/handling balance- not too firm yet not too soft-so you don't sacrifice the ride to get good handling. Autotransmission upshifts/downshifts smoothly. Cloth front seats big & comfortable. Three people easily fit in back seat. Love the sunroof. Do not notice road noise.

By Brandon on May 26 @ 3:53 am
Overall Good Buy
Driven about 2500 miles so far. Very Stable on the highway. Really have to step on it in the city, as it is a heavy car. It feels safe though. Handling is not as quick as you would want it due to its weight. Mileage is decent around 24-27. I enjoy driving it everyday. Few problems the inside door handle holder is loose. It pops out when you pull the door handle. Also if you have the dealer installed tire pressure tire valve caps, take them off as some of them were leaking air from the tires and this car already has tire pressure monitoring so you dont need it. I wish the lower gears would change faster and not rev so much all the time. I also wish they had heated mirrors with LX-S.

By wvu_phillies on February 13 @ 9:53 pm
Best Value Buy
Being a new graduate and starting my new job, my primary goal was to get a new car. Initially, I was planning to get a luxury sedan, however the payments are way too high. I decided to go with a Honda Accord Coupe LX-S because I got an amazing deal, reliability, and looks. I couldn't have asked for a better car. Although it lacks the power and acceleration that luxury cars offer, it is still an amazing vehicle. The handling is real tight and going from 50 MPH to 70 MPH is where the fun begins. When stopping at a red light, other motorist stare at the car probably trying to guess what kind of car it is. IMO the front looks similar to the Lexus IS250 and the side of the car looks like a G37.

By bigrandy on March 27 @ 8:33 pm
Big Fun Car
I really like this car a lot. For the money, it is definitely the best choice out there. I got the 4 cylinder LX model in a manual transmission, and it has more than enough power. I was actually suprised at the acceleration for this base model engine. My only really complaint is the gas mileage is not as good as advertised. I do about 90% highway driving and I am only getting 22-23 mpg which isn't that bad considering it is a big car. But other than that, I would definitely recomend this car to anyone, especially taller people!

By Buy this car on January 26 @ 4:43 am
Buy this car!
You are hearing from a previous 2005 Acura TL owner, so this Accord had a lot of living up to do. I sold my TL to try something new, a 2007 Volvo S80. Total piece of junk. It was in the shop so much that Volvo ended up making one of my monthly payments from me. So I unloaded the Volvo and was out car hunting when I came across the new Accord coupe. It was love at first site. I first purchased an 08" coupe 4 cylinder with cloth. But after a few weeks, it wasn't powerful enough, so I took it back and the dealer gave me a good deal and I got the V-6 EX-L. What an awesome car. Totally worth the extra $3k. You get a V-6, heated leather seats, XM, 18" rims. Buy this car, in the V- 6. You'll love it

By Rocky on October 23 @ 1:00 am
2008 honda flickering lights
My 2008 honda accord ex headlights flicker approximately every 30 seconds when the A/C is on. They flicker at idle and while driving. This is a major safety issue and its against the law to have flickering lights on a four wheel vehicle. Honda says this is normal for the vehicle. This is unacceptable and should be recalled.

By PharmD on July 14 @ 7:56 am
Honda's Homerun
Styling in and out is fantastic, and the v-6 performance is all one would hope for and more. Can get close to epa with cruise on highway. Handles brilliantly on all surfaces without any complaints. Had to emergency pass on freeway, went from 65 to 90 in a flash with superior handling without as much as a shake or rattle.

By carzzy on January 11 @ 10:00 pm
Fits the bill
I was looking for a mid size coupe with style, performance and all season traction capability. I was also looking at a price that would not murder my budget. I found all this with the new for '08 Honda Accord EXL V6 MT Coupe! The car is roomy inside, comfortable, handles and performs great and is fun to drive. I have also received many "thumbs ups" from enthusiastic onlookers.

By Rajkumar on March 14 @ 5:00 am
Lots of Good Stuff
Driving the 8th Generation Driving Machine is not too smooth (like Altima or Camry) but feels the same good old Accord (the manly drive feel). Lots of power in the new machine at 2600 RPM I made 80 MPH (of course more power) than the previous Accords. Wonderful to drive.

By Vidro on July 15 @ 12:53 pm
Awesome Ride
Not looking to purchase a Honda I came across the Accord Coupe and I had to have it. The looks, ride, and quality are second to none. I highly recommend the Accord Coupe to anyone looking to buy a new car considering fuel economy.

By Scott on November 7 @ 11:30 am
Now have two Hondas
We bought a 07 Pilot and fell in love with the Honda quality and the local dealer sales and service. When it was time to buy a sedan Honda was the first place I looked. I wanted a larger car that was comfortable and the redesign of the Accord making it bigger made the difference. I looked at the Toyota Avalon (too expensive) and the Lincoln MKZ (iffy quality for the price). Some friends who both drive Lexus' rode in the back of the Accord and raved about how much room there was and how nice the car was.

By ljgbjgrpgmpg on March 14 @ 2:53 pm
Different Honda
Well, after having the car for a month I have to say the experience so far is very disappointing. The VCM is so annoying - hunting between modes at highway speeds. The surging/lurching is noticeable and not seamless and makes my wife ill - she thinks I am doing something - I have it on cruise!! Fuel "economy" is not as good as on 2004 coupe we had - only 27-28 on the road.

By Vcaserta on September 15 @ 4:36 am
So Far, So Good
Bought my EX-L V-6 Coupe on 2/1/08 and then had to take a road trip. The interior is plenty spacious and once I mastered all the controls and settings, they were easy enough to operate. This is replacing a very nice '05 Altima SE V-6 sedan, which had a lot of space I didn't use. The Honda's steering is much nice than the Altima, the turning radius is much smaller. Handling is excellent; body roll almost imperceptible, braking nice and stout, acceleration strong and steady. The trunk is more than sufficient for duffel bags, groceries, etc, although I wish I had the optional cargo net as things do slide around a lot. I have had several people ask me what kind of car it is already!

By Jim on October 29 @ 5:00 am
Amazing car!
I have had my Belize Blue 2008 Accord Coupe V6 6-speed with navigation for nearly 3 weeks. All I can say - what an amazing car! Nothing but excellent ratings (except for gas milage, which should improve as the car breaks in). The Accord couple is great fun to drive, especially with the 6-speed manual transmission. If this car was any faster, it would be scary! I traded a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS V6 5-speed manual, and there is no comparison. I would highly recommend this car to anyone - and if you like to drive a "sports car", get the V6 6- speed. Navigation system and Bluetooth are very functional. I have received many compliments from strangers on my Accord!

By Jude on November 16 @ 12:46 am
20mpg on city
This is my 2nd Honda accord. I had a 2000 Accord which I bought brand new and I have no complaints that's why I bought the new 08 Accord. I've had it for 3 months now and I've had no complaints except for 1, the most MPG I get on city is only 20mpg, sometimes 17 which makes me hate their "goodbye to gasoline" ad because it's not true. I don't drive aggressively, so I don't know if I got bad build or what.

By George m on September 29 @ 4:53 am
A few little quirks
I have certainly enjoyed driving my new Accord coupe. The few areas where I have been a little disappointed is in the fuel economy. I have been babying the gas pedal for the first 1000 miles, but I'm still averaging about 21-22 mpg. Some of that is likely atributed to warming the car up for about 4 to 5 minutes on cold mornings. Also, about 60% of my driving is on local roads. However, my old Audi A4(4cyl turbo) would average 26-27mpg driving the same routes (but driving a bit more agressively). My cd changer also makes some noise every few minutes as if it's changing cd's (even when the audio system is turned off). My overall experience is possitive, but I expected a little better.

By Apple47 on December 20 @ 5:43 pm
Love the V6 6M coupe
50 days of ownership, and I absolutely love to drive it. The V6 power is such a push-you-into-your-seat contrast to my previous 20 years in 4 cylinder Hondas. A lot of fun to drive. Engine acceleration growl is noticeable (and kinda cool) in the lower gears but not while cruising. Wind and road noise don't seem loud to me, nor completely bubble-quiet either. Black leather interior is very classy and plastic trim is nice. Nav system is handy for people like me that get lost easy, plus great for finding nearest gas stations, etc. Just wish it could show my iPod song details (and control it). Have had many compliments on the looks. My neighbor thought I had bought a Mercedes coupe

By Vidro on June 11 @ 10:53 am
Awesome
After nine days driving this car, the experience has surpassed the expectations. The only way to describe my experiences is just plain AWESOME. This car is turns heads everywhere I drive like an expensive luxury car

By Pleasant on October 28 @ 12:20 am
Excellent Car!!!
I am a previous Acura TSX owner. Before that I had an 04 Honda accord coupe. I just knew when I got my TSX I was never going to get another Honda again, until i saw the 08 Accord coupe. Got it 11/07. I totally love it!! The new body style is off the hook!! I catch people looking to see what kind of car it is all the time. I had the chrome door handles installed to give it an extra kick as I did not want to pay the extra for the V-6. The inside is much bigger than the 04 coupe and the TSX. Totally stands out. Can't wait until the summer time to let the windows down and open the moonroof!! I love my new coupe!!!

By NJHondadude on June 4 @ 8:26 pm
First Honda... Impressed!
First let me say that this is my first Honda and I am very, very impressed! After narrowing a search down to the Accord and the Camry, this by far was the best choice. The interior design and the performance of the V6 are the highlights. The interior room is plentiful... this coming from someone who went down in size from a Pacifica to a sedan. The navigation system is the best I've ever seen in a car. Almost the entire interior of the car can be controlled by voice commands such as temp., radio volume, navigation, etc. All in all a home run hit by Honda in my book.

By Risoguy on May 17 @ 11:33 pm
My First Honda
After several months researching Accord, Camry, and Altima I was very happy that the silver V-6 Accords were in production. At first I was apprehensive about buying a first year model redesign but the auto info was very positive. After 2 weeks on the road and 1,000 miles I am even more pleased with my car than the day I bought it. With all the research I did before the purchase there were no surprises. The response on windy mountain roads is very controlled. I like the variable cylinder management feature where the 4 and 3 cylinder mode kick in when less power is needed. The first trip I got over 28 mpg going up to 70 mph where allowed. Combined city/highway over 22 mpg

By Larry on November 7 @ 5:50 am
Not The Honda You Loved
Overweight - 3600 pounds, lots of road noise, and the combined performance of the VCM and the grade logic automatic transmission mke this a miserable driver. Real world economy is down compared to last year's models. All in all very disappointing - and I have owned 14 Honda/Acura products since 1981.

By The Lord's Accord on January 11 @ 12:13 pm
1,100 Miles Follow-up Report
Just a follow-up to "My First New Car" report after another 700 miles in my new base model Accord. Overall MPG is 21.2 miles per gallon, with 60% city traffic and 40% freeway driving. The engine performs flawlessly. I heard the VSA kick in today during a sudden 110-degree left turn, NASCAR manuver. The VSA prevented my car from spinning out and made me look like a pro. The driver's left shoulder has a sizeable blind spot. From morning, cold startups, the steering wheel gives some squeaks and noises the first time you turn it as you back out of a parking spot, a recurring problem. Left and right sides of the trunk are somewhat taken up by the bulges

By PS Miller on August 1 @ 9:53 pm
08 Accord Satisfies
I just purchased the Accord 08 EX-L V6. I had shopped a Honda Civic, Toyota Camry & Prius, Acura TSX, used Accords, etc. I am extremely satisfied after the first week; though it was more costly, I still like the smooth power and handling of the V-6, the comfort of the leather interior, and something new for me... satellite radio. I had no idea it so extensive. This Accord model has a great balance of features that blends attractive styling, driveablity, build quality, economy, and comfort with all the loaded options that I will enjoy over several years and 100000+ miles of anticipated driving. Plus, and this is big for me, the great crash test scores and safety features of the car.

By frustratedriver on December 7 @ 4:26 pm
Real world
good car ...horrible headlights...put the air on and watch the headlights flicker...honda refuses to fix it says its normal..do not buy this car if you drive ar night...if you must buy it make sure you take a test drive at night with the air on..get out and watch the exterior lights...only happens on the 4 cylnder accords..also horrible gas mileage..18-19 around town..whatever you do dont open both rear windows doing 70 mph..you will think the roof is going to blow off..if you drive in snow be advised it piles up on the drivers side windshield in the groove honda put there.

By Honda Guy on June 12 @ 8:10 am
A Little disappointing
Purchased my Accord in November 07. I have put aprox 2000 miles on it. Traded 06 Accord. I love the appearance of the car from the outside, and it has a much bigger feel to it, ride is a little stiff but smooth, engine is very responsive, however gas mileage is diappointing getting 5 mpg less then 06 Accord. Interior is nice but not as comfortable as past Accords and feels a little cheap. Biggest disappointment is the audio system, stereo reception is terrible, rear speakers are AWFUL. Honda you should be ashamed, expected better from a 24K automobile. What is the deal with no coin holder? This is my 3rd Accord probably my least favorite. Lots of room for improvement here.

By Tony on June 29 @ 8:10 pm
Lovin it!!
I just purchased my Polished Metal EX- L yesterday. Honda did a really nice job with this Accord. Acceleration is very quick for a 4 cylinder. The steering feel and handling of the car is athletic. The interior is great. The seats are supportive and the materials are great. Exterior styling, in my opinion is very attractive. Reminds me of a cross between an Acura RL and a BMW 5 series. I showed the car to a friend of mine and he commented that it was almost like a luxury car inside. He owns a BMW.

By pauhum on October 15 @ 4:46 pm
Quality lacking
too complicated to figure out all features; a/c fan control inconvenient for driver; road noise; paint on bumpers don't match color of paint on body--evidence of poor quality control!

By Dennis Spitzer on March 30 @ 3:46 am
My 2008 Honda Accord Lemon
I bought my fourth Honda in December.I traded in my 2006 Se 4 door Accord.Boy do I regret that.I am having problems with the passenger side seat track,pealing paint on the rear bumper,Horrible Upholstery on the drivers side,and the major thing is an Major electrical problem with the Headlights and taillights flickering and dimming when you use the a/c and the cooling fans kick on and off.The dash lights and radio go in and out also with this problem.The 2008 Accord is a danger to the road....am a Handicapped citizen and basically Honda does not care about their faulty products.

By Gil on December 9 @ 6:23 am
Think Twice
If you are thinking of buying a 2008 Honda Accord 6 cylinder, I would suggest you think twice and drive it more than just a test drive. The VCM is terrible. I would not buy the car again because of this "feature". The service department told me there was nothing they could do and to go back to sales. The surging (even at times on cruise) is terribly annoying. Otherwise, the car is outstanding.

By cbme1965 on June 19 @ 9:23 am
I LOVE this car!
I've only had my Accord for a few days. This is my first Honda ever. My main reason for purchasing this car was to get a fuel-efficient vehicle that also was comfortable to drive on long trips. Little did I know, when I bought the car, I would be getting so much more. I normally don't like to drive. This car is fun, though. For years, I've resisted 4 cylinder vehicles because I like to have good power while driving for quick takeoffs in the city and good speed for passing on the highway. So far this car is a prime example of having my cake and eating it too. The interior is luxurious and large. I have long legs and the Accord EX-L sedan has more than enough room for me.

By Josh on February 4 @ 12:43 pm
Great Sedan, would purchase again!
The car is fabulous, both inside and out. I'm currently at 4,500 miles and the MPG gets better at each fill up. I drive 80-90% HWY, and am now starting to get almost 31 MPG. The first fill I got 28 MPG and then it was 29 MPG and last time was 30.5 MPG. Another great thing is oil changes, my dash indicator says 60% engine oil still available until it needs changed. I'm under the assumption that I can go up to 10,000 miles before my 1st oil change!

By Mr. Ed on December 18 @ 7:43 pm
Simply Unbelievable!
Bought nighthawk black metallic, what a head turner. Most lookers cannot believe it's a Honda. Faster than my previous 324i and takes off like a rocket and handles like a dream. Traded 2004 EX-L V6 4 dr also a great car but cannot compete with this beauty. High Honda quality interior materials, great stereo, and loaded with every option you could think of.

By Mike on December 18 @ 10:46 pm
Building Fuel Efficient Cars?
The Accord is indeed a nice car. Very disappointed in mileage. Nowhere near the mileage the sticker shows. Only getting 21 MPG on highway while driving speed limit. I also have a Honda Odyssey that "implied" I could get 29 MPG. I can only get 22 MP. Both vehicles are the 6cyl with the VCM. I think Honda needs to correct this. One of the driving factors for the purchase was the fuel economy. Outside of that, the car is excellent.

By merlion0821 on February 26 @ 5:16 pm
VCM ruins it
I am so disappointed in this car. The VCM system has basically ruined what would otherwise be an exceptional car. Contrary to what Honda says, the VCM transitions are NOT seamless, and IS noticeable to the passengers. I am not optimistic about Honda fixing this, and am ready to take a loss intrading the vehicle in on something different with only a few hundred miles on it. My '07 Accord V-6 is a vastly superior vehicle.

By Brian M on January 6 @ 1:13 pm
Wonderful Sedan
190hp 4cyl vtec has good smooth power for a 4 cyl. revs up there with no complaints. The steering is pretty tight but different in a way if you're used to more road feel it leans more toward isolation IMHO... but good . The interior is tight and well put together. I'm already used to the "buttony" radio /ac controls... look, its not that bad, everything is reachable with one hand like typing! The looks of the car "grew" on me . I like it a lot now. I guess I was expecting the new 08 Accord to look dressed up ordinary but it looks classy and sleek to me. I love the way it handles, it has 17 inchers on it - Michelin 225s. Road noise not an issue with me, its acceptable.

By Mark Z on May 28 @ 2:50 pm
My First 2008 Accord w/ Brake Issues
My wife and I looked at many sedans and decided to go with the 2008 Honda Accord (purc. 10/16/07) because of its reputation on quality. We enjoyed our new Accord for about 200 miles when the rear brakes started to squeal (radio would not even drown the sound out) during braking. We took the car into the dealership (10/30/07) and they replaced the pads and scuffed the rotors. Again on 11/30/07 we took our car in for the same issue and they replaced the rear pads and rotors. Again on 12/6/07 we took the car in for the same issue and they replaced the front rotors, pads and calipers. Since then we have taken the car in 2 more times for the same squealing brakes (they still have not fixed them).

By Chaski on April 12 @ 4:16 am
Can't Go Wrong
So...I'm at the honda dealer getting my oil change and saw how nice the 08 coupe looked, what a beauty! So I traded in my 06 and got this one. Best buy ever!! I mean, it handles so well, turn radius actually got smaller, and not to mention how sexy this car looks. The V6 manual transmission is still fairly new to me and having to readjust from driving a V4. The coupe responds so well to acceleration, even at low rpms. Gears are a bit tricky but I've only had the car for a week, so im still learning her. But major complaints, it's definitely a very fun car to drive and handles smoothly. I can't wait to break her in and really test her.

By Rebecca on April 29 @ 4:50 pm
Good Car so Far
Bought my Honda in November 2007. This is my second Honda Accord and so far I have not been disappointed. My previous Honda Accord was a 1996 and it is still going strong. I hope to have the same success out of the 2008 model. I was looking for a new sedan that would have plenty of leg room for my two sons and so far I have been pleased. I compared it to the Nissan Altima which came in a close second but the Accord had better safety features and the insurance is cheaper. I have been disappointed with fuel economy. 75% of my driving is state highways and I only get about 26-27 miles/gal. which is less than my previous 12 yr. old Accord.

By weirdeyes on January 17 @ 12:26 am
Fantastic Car!
I was looking for a luxury-feel car with great performance at a good price. My two choices were the Honda Accord & the Acura TL. The Honda Accord EX-L V6 with sat nav won because it was just as luxurious as the TL for a lot less money.

By JAVAD on February 11 @ 8:26 pm
Great Coupe
Traded my 2006 Lexus IS250 for a 2008 Acoord coupe I4. Boy no regrets at all. I see some frustradted people here who are not that happy with the new Accord. It is all in your head if you belive that your car is fun, you will feel that. I love my coupe inside and out, great looks and very responsive engine for a four cylinder. And great gas mileage averaging 28.5 on regular gas. Easy to get in and out on the back seat. Very comfortable ride compared to my Lexus. I would recommend anybody shopping for a new car. Great car, looks and plan to keep it for a long time( I have cahnged 6 cars in 5 years)

By reedner on May 4 @ 1:36 am
Nice, but with problems
How did Honda build a bigger Accord with more horsepower and keep the same fuel economy? THEY DIDN'T!! The advertised 21 city/31 hwy is way off. I've put 1000 miles on mine and I'm averaging about 19 MPG. Living in Los Angeles I do a lot of city driving, but my previous car ('03 Toyota Highlander w/ V6) got the same fuel economy. Not good for a 4 cyl sedan. The ride is also hard. Again, my SUV felt softer. Otherwise the car is comfortable, stylish, spacious and it handles well. The navi, Bluetooth, XM radio features are great. Get this car if you want a stylish family sedan with a good track record. Don't get it if you want good fuel economy & luxury ride.

By hilltopper on July 31 @ 2:23 am
Seventh Honda Accord
This is my seventh Accord. The new body styling is a big plus and the interior has the look of a more expensive vehicle. All things considered Honda gives you the best value for the price. Many standard features are options on the Altima and Camery. Not sold on the VCM.

By Last Accord on October 20 @ 3:23 am
Poison Ivy
First Honda, probably my last. Replaced 2005 Camry that was totaled in a rear-end collision. Have owned the Accord LX since November '07. 1400 miles. Over 60. Three months and I still can't get comfortable in the LX. In my opinion: hard seats, hard ride, more road noise than expected, disappointing gas mileage. For test drive(s), I wish I had removed the hard plastic from the driver's seat; tried harder to get comfortable in the non-electric seat; spent more time on rough roads. I did several back to back test drives with Accord/Camry. I admit I was caught up (a bit) in the new styling of the Accord... but I do miss the more comfortable ride of my '05 & '96 Camry's.

By Brian on November 11 @ 7:50 pm
Great Car, Good Purchase
I've had two Accords prior to this one and I like this the best. It's the roomiest of all, has good power and MPG are good, has a smooth engine and transmission. I almost bought a Fit but was too small for a family of five. I like the fit and finish, ergonomics, driving position and handling.

By Ritche Josh on August 28 @ 10:06 am
Great Value, Great Car
I traded my 08 Mazda Cx7 which was a Lemon for an 08 Honda Accord Coupe EX 4cyl AT. I had my Accord for 3 weeks now and I super love it. This is my first Honda and Im amazed of the quality and value for my money. My family and friends love the car too. It's a head turner..

By ankith on April 5 @ 2:26 pm
Simply Superb
This is my third Honda and it's just superb. With a V6 and nearly 270hp on the engine, its ready to race with any other on the road. VCM works out nice for better mileage. Awesome interior with great comfort.great accelaration. Great interior features. It puts out power no sooner you stomp on the accelerator unlike a few other other cars which think for a while before responding. No regret in buying this beautiful car.

By Greatcare on June 11 @ 10:20 am
2008 Honda Accord LX
I have owned this car for only a few days. Had a 1999 Honda Accord LX that got totaled so needed a new car. What a great car. So roomy on the inside, nice size trunk and great Honda quality that we all come to expect. I am very pleased with this car and purchased it over Nissan Altima and Hyundai Sonata. The base model has all the features one could want at a minimum in the car, keyless entry, daytime running lights, 6 airbags, power windows/door locks, steering wheel controls for cruise control and audio system. Also the automatic maintanence reminder is a great plus for this car.

By Blue Streak on September 16 @ 11:43 pm
Blue Streak
This is a Great Car!! Had it for 2 weeks. Great comfort in the Accord. Plenty of zip!! Awesome mileage 22 in town!! Great fit and finish. Haven't really pushed it yet, but fun to drive! I have had no issues. Unless you count getting rear ended 2 days ago (ugh!! didn't even have my new plates yet). New bumper on the way!! Color is great and have had several compliments already. Quiet with a great ride. Awesome stereo!! Plenty of room in the back for our 14 year old daughter and her two friends. Based on first two weeks everyone should buy one. Wanted a 6 speed, but impossible to find. Traded in a premium gas guzzling/problem plagued 2004 RX8. It was fun to drive but too many problems.

By K.K. on February 16 @ 7:46 pm
Honda Excellence Once Again
The new '08 Accord is once again an example of Honda design and engineering excellence. I traded in a great '04 Accord for the new model and can tell the changes in ride quality in the new model. This car makes you feel like you are driving a $50,000+ car for under $30,000. A+++

By Chris on September 16 @ 4:06 pm
Gas Hog!
This is our 2nd Honda Accord. We traded in a BMW 325i as it was rear wheel drive and not a good car to drive in the snow. Previously we owned a 98 V6 Accord, it was a great car and so we figured that we couldn't go wrong with the new accord, we loved the body style. The car is fabulous, except for one thing, it is a GAS HOG! For a 4 cylinder honda engine we expected to get better than 23 mpg, especially since my wife drives about 90% freeway miles at 65. The sticker said to expect up to 31, boy was that a lie! Our 6 cylinder BMW averaged 26 mpg on the same drive!

By crowmag on March 17 @ 4:56 am
Great car
I traded in my 05 Accord 4 cyl LX for this one. Before I bought the V6 I test drove the 2.4L and wasn't impressed enough to make the swap.However,about two months later I test drove the 3.5L V6 and was surprised how big of a difference there was in power. The 3.5L brings out the cars sporty side. Its definitely a more grown up Accord. You get the looks and power of a luxury car without the price.I have owned Cadillac's to Kia's and this is by far one of the best cars I've owned. I love the styling the performance and handling. To me they got it just right. If mpg is a main concern dont get the 3.5L, although it does well in its own right. Larger, quieter, more sporty what more can you ask for.

By jam1000 on January 24 @ 5:36 am
Never again
I cannot say how disappointed I am with this car. Horrible transmission - long delays while upshifting, slam on the brakes feeling while downshifting. Do not buy this car if you are looking for a smooth ride. VCM feature makes it feel like the car is constantly hunting for gears at 60-70 mph. Fuel economy is horrendous -- 17 in the city at best, even despite the VCM. Honda says car is "operating normally" so if you think you're going to do better, it's not likely.

By catmike on June 18 @ 12:20 am
Value, Comfort, Economy & Green
Driving is easy, fun. Car is nimble and rides over bumps and railroad tracks with suprising smoothness.

By doin4myself on August 14 @ 8:16 pm
I love this car
I love my Honda. This is my first Honda and I must say I am very impressed. I only drive it on the weekends so I have no gripes over fuel economy. It feels great to get into my Honda after driving my 01' Pontiac Sunfire. It handles well and it is smooth sailing. The heated seats for me and my passenger are a plus for the cold weather.

By Clayton E Tripp, Jr. on July 2 @ 10:46 am
My First New Car
I have owned some 30 plus used cars and decided to treat myself to a new car. I read reviews and studied for 5 months.This car has been nothing but a dream to drive. No buyers remorse. I have driven 2000 miles in 30 days. Snow, Rain, dry, day, night. 4 cyl delivers great power but a little hungry on fuel. Blind spots. Set your mirrors well. Backing up tricky at first, my 2nd night I almost hit a tree. The transmission shifts so smooth & correctly. Handling awesome. Corners well. Road noise a bit higher than it should be but that's why they gave a great sound system. A little pricy but it's really a comfortable car and a great driving machine.

By chuck on February 17 @ 5:36 pm
Lets be fair
Lets be fair, how many cars out there with the price around 21K to 24K and gives you what Accord LX offers? I drive 100 miles everyday since Nov '07 and I absolutly love this car. It's fun to drive, handling is great. The moonroof is cool to have, it gives you good ventilation in the cold days when the heat is turn-up, and of course the exterior look is a killer.

By chucki99i on December 11 @ 4:33 pm
Awesome
Excellent car, would recommend this to anyone looking for a sharp, reliable, comfortable sedan. Mine is diamond pearl with tented windows, rear spoiler, 28800 out the door. No better car for the money in my opinion.

By Andrew.M.Tillcock on September 16 @ 4:13 am
The best one I've owned
Having spent the day comparing fuel efficent cars again I though it might be time to re visit my local Honda store. Gas as we all know is about to hit $4 a gallon by summer so in I went for my quest for the eigth generation Accord. I purchased the EX-l 4 cylinder without/nav( cannot see paying nearly $3000 more just for directions.. so for my evaluation this being my third Accord and by a land slide the best(the others 89",07). First off the new body style is very appealing and the new seats are more forgiving for larger men. Acceleration A+, fit and finish are up to quality with cars thousands more. XM radio and premium sound are top notch. Ride quality and handling are spot on! Honda# 1

By Jimmy G. on June 9 @ 6:36 am
Can't believe it's a Honda!
I've been driving pure sports cars for years (last one a 350Z and the one before that a twin-turbo RX7) and when Honda showed the new coupe in January 2007, I read all about it. I knew I had to have one, especially as the car has fwd and I've suffered through winter driving for years. Ordered my blue coupe in August and waited, waited. Finally in November the dealer traded for a car just like the one I wanted except it had a different color interior. Well, I fell in love with it and took it because I wanted it so badly. Boy, it sure didn't disappoint! This car sure isn't the run-of-the-mill Honda. My son owns a 2005 Accord Coupe with 4 cylinder and a 5-speed, and my car puts his to shame!

By Miguel on June 9 @ 6:20 am
This is a great car
The re-designed exterior is great- looking. I see older Accords on the road and they look boxy and nondescript. The '08 is a beauty, especially in the deep burgundy. The interior is fantastic. Big and spacious, with a ton of high-end features (on the model I got) like Navigation, heated seats, XM, dual climate control (automatic too), auto- dimming rear view mirror, 6-CD stereo, nice leather, etc. Riding in this car feels very similar to riding in cars that cost $15k more. The ride is great too. I don't know why some folks bemoan the VCM shifting between 6, 4, and 3 cylinders. I don't notice a thing. It is very smooth and seamless. I really like this car a lot.

By Larry on November 25 @ 6:20 am
Northern Virginia Boomer
I own an Acura TL as well so am evaluating based upon on this. BLUF: Superlative sedan; would not hesitate to purchase again. Positives: Eye- catching appeal; fit and finish exterior/interior; safety features laudable; audio system good esp w/XM radio; interior room spacious; 3.5L V6 scoots; sporty handling and acceleration good; sporty leather seats; highway gas mileage; appearance package worth having; no dealer service yet; Negatives: Tough negotiations w/6 Wash DC dealers; city gas mileage; road noise; no keyless memory link w/driver profiles; steering wheel quality and size; console storage tray; outside mirrors don’t pivot downward when backing; It is a winner and a recommended buy.

By John on February 21 @ 10:00 pm
Great Car
This is my 3rd Accord lease and it's better than ever. Great ride , roomy interior, legendary Honda reliability. Some here have complained of poor gas mileage, but I've had mine almost two weeks, driven 300 miles so far in mostly city driving, and have a bit more than a quarter of a tank left. I should get close to 400 miles on a full tank in mostly stop and go traffic. Pretty good, I'd say.....

By JP on March 13 @ 2:50 am
Minor flaws, but overall solid package
I've had my 08 4-cyl 5MT EX-L Accord for over a month now, and overall I'm happy with the car. The tires/wheels were replaced by the dealer due to vibration problems at highway speeds. The MPG is not that great around 24.5 MPG in mixed driving. I guess when they match a 4-cyl with a heavier "large class" body, this is what you get.

By Greatcare on April 27 @ 5:43 pm
Greatcare
follow up to earlier posting. Have the car 20 days now. About 350 miles mainly stop and go driving to and from work Put gas in the other day for the first time and averaged about 21.7 MPG not bad for breaking the car in and for the first 318 miles on the car. I expect it will go up. Otherwise love the car.

By Bluesky on September 11 @ 1:03 pm
Fourth Honda
I have owed a 1999, 2003, 2006 and this one, a 2008 EX V6 w/nav. All of them were quality vehicles with excellent service records. I have never replaced more than a light bulb in any Honda I ever owned. The first of the 4 was a 4 cyl, the last three V6 and I prefer the V6 because it runs smoother and with the additional power does not tend to shift as often. The '08 Accord has a more firm ride than the '03 and '06 (I like this) the slightly longer and wider size is noticeable, and I thought the older models were big enough. Trunk space while is similar seems a little less usable, especially with the nav DVD box in the trunk. Mileage looks like it will be a little less than the older V6 Hondas

By Tiffany on July 28 @ 2:13 am
Awesome - but the tranny sucks
I really think this car would be one of the most perfect ones out there, BUT... the auto transmission in the 6cy lacks the spunk and the fun. Bad hesitation from 2-3 or what I call a lazy shift. Also a hesitation if you need to pass on the freeway too. Honda, Get this resolved and you will be on top with this car. One the good, not, the inside in the EX-L is awesome, I feels like a jet airplane cockpit. Fit and Finish is excellent as well.

By Chris on April 11 @ 3:20 pm
Really amazing car
I got this car for my birthday. Wasn't to sure about it because i wanted the altima coupe. So glad I got this car. A lot better than the nissan by far and more for the money. This is my first car and I love it really fun to drive and very responsive.

By Matt on July 9 @ 8:43 pm
Maybe A Lemon?
Since leasing my accord in Oct: 1: it broke down in December - had to replace the overhead cams, fuel injectors, battery and a few other things 2: in Feb I discover there is an oil leak 3: in Feb I feel a vibration when driving - have a rim & tire replaced and all tires balanced. Honda didn't have the specs to do a front end alignment and told me to wait 4: I meet with an arbitrator who then gets the car aligned - still vibrating 5: the car averages less then 20MPG in a good week. Sometimes as low as 17 6: I'm waiting to see what goes next?

By volvo hater on November 13 @ 5:23 am
Honda Accord, why drive a Bimmer?
I previously owned a Volvo and I was tempted to buy a 5 series BMW, but like my Volvo, I put on the brakes because I am still recovering from poor, costly and unnecessary repairs by three separate Volvo dealer service departments). Then, one day, I saw the new Accord on a parking lot and I said wow. Past Honda Accords have never appealed to me. I went to a dealer, sat in a bold beige leather EXL and bought it. I did not even test drive the car. So, I got a good looking car, Honda reliability at half a BMW price. I know a lot of people that are on second and third Hondas, so I am hoping that my car ownership experience leads me to become a loyal Honda owner too.

By Josh on August 22 @ 5:33 pm
Family fun
Yes this is a family sedan that has the power and hints of a sports sedan. Highway passing is just a tap away all while pulling 26 to the gal. Around town gas mileage is not as good at 22 with a mix of city and high way.

By Zack on April 22 @ 5:30 pm
2,000 mile update
After two months, my '08 Accord LX has 2,000 problem-free miles on it. I love the amount of interior room of this car. Fuel economy is good for its size (24 mpg with the 177-hp engine). The engine provides enough power for my daily routine. It has a comfortable ride and most controls are logical, but the location of the volume knobs takes some getting used to. Also, it's fairly agile. However, I do have a few complaints. The dash board curves and sticks out when trying to get in. Therefore, both I and front seat passengers have banged our knees while getting in. Also, for a $20,000 car, Honda should have had Maintenance Minder standard. Lastly, the LX's wheel covers look very cheap IMO.

By m.yates on March 6 @ 7:46 am
By Far the Best Design & Performance...
This is my 5th Honda. Starting at purchase year 1987- Prelude - through Accord. I purchased a 2004 V6- Leather and I did not think Honda could do any better with design or performance. I can tell you their research with design and engine has really served the new 2008 Honda Accord well. This car handles like no other Honda I have driven. It is simply the best by far and Looks great. Very Classy, Sporty design. I definitely recommend a test drive. You will not be disappointed.

By j2k4real on April 16 @ 11:30 pm
3rd Day
I traded in my 2004 Infiniti G-35 coupe because it was a lemon - I'll never buy Nissan again. I have heard about Honda's and Toyota's lasting forever so I settled on the Accord Coupe - as the Solara is unappealing. I have to tell you, in driving the Accord, the only big difference in driving experience so far is the report from the G35's exhaust, a barely noticed difference in takeoff speed, the 35 weighs more, but had +2 hp, and slightly more torque - but is helped by Nissan's tuning, + it is rear wheel drive. I do miss the auto- stick a lot, but it was a small trade off +'s for the Honda: more for the money: leather, sunroof, 87 OCTANE, Michelins, ipod support, warranty and service costs

By dalmavfan on January 10 @ 6:23 am
Great Car - The Accord has Grown Up!
I traded in my ultra-reliable 1998 Accord that had 153k miles for the 2008 EX-L 4-cyl. I absolutely love the car! Handles great, awesome fresh interior, lots of cool new features. I've fueled up once and got about 24 mpg - Not great, but I've been told it gets better. The engine is a very peppy VTEC - it really kicks in at about 3500 rpms. Very impressed with the 4-cyl. Also, amazing leg space in front AND back seats - the Accord could almost be considered a full size sedan. Honda has done an amazing job with this design. I love it!

By Patrick McGuinness on May 13 @ 4:06 am
My new toy
simply the best craftsmanship and quality possible. Smooth responsive acceleration,top of the line high quality supple comfy leather seats. 190 hp much improved and better than any in it's class. Honda has finally outdone itself this time and created a work of art and a masterpiece of engineering!!

By CKW on December 8 @ 3:36 pm
Should Be Better
Compared to the '00 LX-V6-A4 and '03 EX- I4-M5, the LXP-I4-A5 is not as quiet or smooth riding. I would rate the new LXP being very good overall instead of excellent. Even though the chassis is supposed to more rigid, LXP makes loud popping/cracking sound when going over bumps, especially when car is cold. Lean back hard on the driver seat back would occasionally result in a cheap spring popping noise. Even after 3,000 miles, I feel a strong downshift deceleration during first cold shift from 1st to 2nd gear. Stepping trans selector from park through 1-2-D seemed to help eliminate this harsh shift. Hood failed to latch completely on first day home. Need to get trunk lid hinge squeaks fixed.

By HOWIE on December 11 @ 11:53 pm
Great Car
I was driving a MB, but it was always in the shop. It also was getting only 13 Miles per gal. I bought it new in 2000, but consider my new accord an upgrade.

By dan smith on February 21 @ 3:03 pm
Diamond White Accord 4 door ex-v6
Car is a rocket with the 268 HP 3.5 liter V6, though not great on fuel, 21 mpg. Fit and finish is near perfect. If I could I would have the cylinder management system disconnected. I can feel the engine kicking off cylinders which is my only annoyance with the car. The dash controls are a little fussy and is taking some time to get use to, but nothing like a friends very very fussy Audi.

By Peter on May 9 @ 6:23 am
great car
When my car suddenly broke, my first thought was a Toyota, but found out that they were too small. Next I saw a Camry, but wasn't smooth enough. I looked at the accord, and fell in love with it. My son liked the ex-l the best, but that was out of our budget. He wanted the ex for the sunroof at least, but that wasn't necessary for us. We went with the LX-P because of the rims. The car is very smooth for a v4, my first, but I thought that the gas mileage should be More about 38-45. Well I guess we cant have everything. The car is great, both with styling and performance. This is my first Japanese car, and so far so good! I would definitely recommend this car to any body, any age

By Blueeyez77 on September 12 @ 8:43 pm
Disappointed
This is my first Honda purchase. And I am very disappointed in the car I bought. For this kind of money, you can get a luxury vehicle with way fewer problems. First servicing took a whole day (so many problems) and still had to take it back. Problems with steering wheel, windows & seals, seats (electric and heater). It is a loud car.

By LoveMyAccord on August 16 @ 10:40 am
3rd Honda
I would highly recommend this vehicle to anyone who is looking for something FUN to drive!

By Tom on November 18 @ 2:26 am
Great Car + (Mileage Tip)
Really nice car to drive. My second Accord , and very happy with it. I was a bit disappointed with the 4 Cyl mileage as I drive over a 100 miles a day round trip to work. I did find something very interesting: On the EX- L Navi the vehicle comes with "Auto- Climate Control" and the air conditioning compressor cycles all the time; winter or summer. There seems to be no way to shut it off and mileage is about 26/27 highway. It can be shut- off in cold or cool weather with the voice command "air conditioning off". Mileage jumps on the highway to 31/32 at normal speeds. MUCH BETTER!!! In the summer turn it back on with "air- conditioning on" Other than that - very nice car and great build quality.

By Mary Mediate on June 9 @ 8:43 pm
Beyond Expectation
Driving this car is like going to heaven. You will want for nothing. It is amazing in every way. It has bells and whistles I never knew it had. The car is human and perfectionistic. It drives well, the satellite radio is awesome and it has the comfort of home. I am thinking about living in my car.

By ken90004 on February 16 @ 7:20 am
From a 3 series to a rich burner...
An Accord isn’t anywhere close to 3 series on many facets, namely performance, but sadly to say, in others, it surpasses. The 4 cylinder lacks performance and handling and the gas saving is only minimal. Option for the V6 if it is an option for you. I drive 140 miles daily, and found the comfort the best feature. The controls are logic and easy to use. I did notice the traction control is something lacking at times. What you are getting, most of all, is Honda’s reliable. Something BMW still struggles with.

By smathes on August 5 @ 12:20 pm
08 Accord EX-L V6 Rocker Arm Problems
Bought car last month fully loaded without Nav. Took it back to the dealer after a week due to a loud knocking noise when driving. Dealer did not know what the problem was until after 3 business days. Service bulletin out for inadequate torquing of the rocker arm bolts. Loaner car provided by Dealer but still in shop waiting for the balance parts. It has been in the shop for 1 1/2 weeks. Very disappointed with this issue. I did also notice poor shifting in first gear and surging between cylinder changes. I also had wind noise coming through the moon roof while driving. I hope all the repairs will be completed when I pick up the car early next week. I have been very disappointed.

By DJ on October 18 @ 8:50 am
2008 Honda LX-P
Overall, I am pleased with this automobile. It would be nice if the passenger front seat were available with the electric controls. Front passenger seat is quite low. I have also noticed a whine in the transmission. This noise is not really loud but it is noticeable through each gear. I did take it to a Honda dealer and they said this was normal. I have owned other Hondas and Toyotas and neither of them had this noise during shifting. Thank You

By Looking for quality on September 18 @ 1:13 am
Do not buy this junk
Bought it 4 months ago and quickly discovered that I bought a piece of JUNK. Leather seats are the only thing of good quality. Any other thing is just JUNK. I think Honda is using recycled plastics for the dash. I completely disagree with experts saying that the new Honda Accord's interior is of good quality. What good quality they are talking about. Everything inside the car rattles on very fine bumps and normal roughness on the roads. This gets me mad. What a poor quality. The car has wheel imbalance, which the dealer has never been able to fix! Can you believe it? Honda cannot get a balanced car out of their factory? The suspension is very poor. The body is very loose.

By David on July 16 @ 9:20 am
Great car!
Started looking at sedans after a Pilot I've had for 3 years. Wanted something with better handling and gas mileage. I also drove the Camry but they did not offer a higher-output 4 cylinder than the Accord. The EX has a tighter suspension and handling feel than the Camry. Overall a terrific car, one I hope to keep for 5+ years.

By kingule on August 31 @ 4:36 pm
My Honda Accord LX-P
All I can say is stay away from this vehicle. 1) Road noise= Loud 2) Vehicle Ride= Very bumpy. 3) Headlights= DIM. For your safety, do not drive this car at night on back roads. 4) Gas Mileage= Poor. 20 - 21 mpg no matter what the driving conditions, even with cruise control on the highway. 5) Seats= Like sitting on a church pew. 6) Rattles,Rattles and Rattles again 7) Horrible wind noise OK, now some positive things: Will be happy when I get rid of it!!!

By Charles Johnson on September 28 @ 10:23 pm
Excellent Fuel Mileage
I have just purchased this vehicle, and am impressed with the power of the 4-cylinder engine with the automatic transmission. The ride is excellent, and the fuel mileage is impressive so far. My first tank of fuel I experienced an average of 29.2. I do mostly highway driving, but was very happy with the early numbers

By Rob R on December 7 @ 1:00 am
2008 Accord EXP
I just turned in my 05 Malibu for the Accord and what a major difference, should of gotten the 05 Accord when I had the chance. Ride is excellent and secure, power is good. One thing I will say to everyone who gets a car: do your home work. If you had read some of the car or consumer report write ups about the car a lot of your concerns I was reading about would have been answered, i.e. poor gas mileage look close at your window sticker not the big mpg numbers but the ratings below, it tells you that you could get 17 mpg based on your driving habits. Next time you take a new car for a ride tell the sales man not to say a word and keep the radio off and find a road that needs work to drive on.

By JM in Las Vegas on June 15 @ 2:53 pm
Lemon From Honda West in Las Vegas
New Accord purchased from Honda West in Las Vegas. There is a major problem with it! I've had it for 5 days and it needs a two day major service! The service adviser said it will be TAKEN APART in order resolve the problem. The dealership has not been responsive thus far. Since they lied to me when they tricked me into taking possession of the car (they said the issue was no big deal-easy fix), I'm surprised. I've had two other Accords. It might be that every 1 out of 3 are lemons? Beware of the 08 Accord and Honda West if you live in Vegas!

By Bruce on April 10 @ 2:23 am
My First Month
This is my first Honda and my first new car. I'm coming from driving a 12 year- old Camry. Everything I read about the Accord was that it is louder, road noise-wise, than the Camry. That's an understatement. I figured that going from a '96 Camry to an '08 Accord I'd have a quieter car, but I was wrong. I've read that you can get tires that are quieter, so eventually I may do that. But for now, I'll just turn up the stereo. The car is fun to drive on back roads and cruises smoothly on the highways. It feels solid and I feel safe in it.

By Jon on April 8 @ 4:23 pm
Needs some help inside.
My wife has a '08 Camry Hybrid. Very cool instrumentation. Very nice ride. Bought '08 Honda EX and a bit disappointed. Road noise more than Camry on anything other than smooth highway. Heated side mirrors but no compass or outside temp indicator. Go figure!In Tenn we need the later more than the heated mirrors. Aux outlet is in center console and awkward to get to, especially if you have a bunch of junk in console. Power outlets turn off when you turn off the car.Can't charge my cell phone unless I'm driving. No auto headlight on/off! Trunk layout is a strange. Much more narrow and 1 cu ft smaller than Camry LE. Comparing Hybrid w/Honda EX probably not fair comparison but is vs the LE.

By Vincent Scott on March 4 @ 5:26 am
Buy it !!!!!!
Accord sedan Lx-P (cyl.) 5speed auto I went to test drive the 2008 civic EX . They didn't have it in black the salesman suggested the Accord they met my offer. I test the car and was very impressed with the looks and the 4cyl was adequate since gas mileage was very important to me.other car was Accura TL/Lincoln LS V8. I expected a little better gas mileage avg, approx 26 mpg. not bad on 70% highway driving and 30% city.1100 miles now . I would highly recommend to friends

By PETE on December 13 @ 12:30 pm
Great car for the money
I have had this car for about 4 months now and i must say that overall it's one of the best cars I have owned. At first the gas mileage was a disappointment, but as the car is now breaking in (3800 miles) it's getting better. As of this morning when i filled the tank i got 28.7 MPG and that was a mixture of highway and city driving. As far as style is concerned, it's a real attention getter and i get many compliments on it. My only complaint is that it seems a bit sluggish. I figured 190 HP would have had more punch to it, but maybe this will get better as it breaks in more.

By Julie on February 13 @ 8:40 am
Love It
This is the third Honda in a row for me, and it looks like I will be buying a fourth. The new Accord has a lot more power, style, and room than my 2001. The look is that of a BMW or Acura TL, but for way less money. My daughter has been telling everyone that it is her car, but that we can drive it until she turns 16 in 5 years.

By james on April 24 @ 8:56 am
great car
I expected to be buying a value-family sedan, but instead I got a great- driving, leather-comfy driving car. It drives better than the 2002 A4 1.8T I replaced. The auto-transmission is quite sporty and 4 cylinder engine is more than enough power. It even has the auto-dimming rear-view mirror.

By megan4 on March 26 @ 2:53 am
Problems with navigation system
I bought this car because of the reviews. I had a problem with the navigation from the first week. It freezes and will will back out "dial- in" options, not very handy when you are lost. I need to shut off the car to get it to correct itself.

By Ken on August 13 @ 2:30 am
love it!
i just purchased my lx-p a couple of weeks ago, having driven a pick up for the last 25 years, i was really surprised at how much i like this car, going from a big v-8 to a 4 is a change but the power is good, gas mileage is great. my first fill up was 26 mpg mixed city and hwy I only expect it to get better, steering is tight and precise, only complaints are road noise is more than i like but its livable, rain or just dew pours in right on top of the power window controls when the window is cracked, but window guards have fixed that, its a fun car to drive, and for what it is, its comfortable, controls are great, easy to reach, I'm looking forward to a lot of great miles with this car

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