It is an easy recommendation to anyone wishing to purchase a midsize sedan. I am now 58 and these cars are obviously for the mature driver. I looked on Autotrader and there are 5 3-litre coupes for sale: four under £2,000 and one at just under £3,000 - all about the same vintage. And in 45-65 mph testing, the Accord coupe beat the Mustang with a time of 2. A bespoke stainless exhaust with cat fitted £600 from a specialist - it sounds brilliant. Thanks you for any input : Sun 1 Oct 2006 19:39 1999 - 2001 Honda Accord Coupe 3. This scratched itch will probably go horribly wrong.
As others have said the back seats are for small people only, I am finding the front seats less and less comfortable as my spare tyre is expanding, and the expansion also causes more problems getting in and out of it, as it is a low coupe. Buying one they are cheap now , taxing, insuring and fuelling it are not a problem. I now have a Prelude 2. The Pilots are also an all-season design, but bigger footprints and shorter sidewalls produce better grip-0. This scratched itch will probably go horribly wrong. I love how it looks and drives, i enjoy the fact that it blends being understated with being individual and as i mentioned, for me it's like a family heirloom.
. Those times were noticeably better than the two manual-transmission 2013 Accord coupes we tested with the V-6: 27. . I hope it will waft me and the family about for a good few years. I bought 4 new alloys with tires for £800 on the logic that i'd rather spend £100 replacing a wheel when British roads claim another victim. It's been properly maintained and to me felt like it was made yesterday. From the selection of those advertised online, and Honda's in general, they seem to take high miles with little problem.
Sun 1 Oct 2006 20:45 1999 - 2001 Honda Accord Coupe 3. A new one cost me about £15 and i fitted it myself upside down on the drivers seat with my head between the brake and accelerator - you might want to get someone else to do this for you. That suite of safety tech includes everything from adaptive cruise control no, it won't work in stop-and-go traffic to a Collision Mitigation Braking System and a Road Departure Mitigation System. Specwise, they're all the same. What to Watch Out For Nothing yet, and they've been around for four years. Vehicles that, on or after September 12, 2014, received a remedy for a prior driver frontal air bag inflator recall already received an inflator of a different design, and therefore are not included in this recall and do not require additional servicing.
Should cost a little less to service than a Mondeo V6, so not especially costly no. It's a silver one with dark leather. If like me you don't do too many miles, can tolerate low to mid 20's mpg and fancy a coupe then read on. There's plenty out there for less than a grand, but at this almost bangernomics level why skimp? I now have a Prelude 2. I usedto love the old Civic type R, and then they went and changed it so it looks like pretend spaceship for pensioners.
However I accept that they are now getting a bit old, so if a massive bill a dead cert or if they have known issues I'd steer clear. Picking it up next weekend. Apparently the gearbox runs very hot by design and if you use standard oil or oil with special treatments, it will boil in the gearbox and give you all sorts of woes. Mine has the 197bhp engine I think and the Vtech cuts in at 5300 rpm, which is when life gets to be real fun. No wonder owners like them.
Having said all this, i will keep the car until it falls to pieces like the vehicle in the Blues Brothers film. I have agreed £1250 with the seller and am very excited about picking it up tmrw. No rust, no issues except the usual drink problem at the pumps! It's got full service history mostly main dealer and millions of bills. SinceLastVisitFilter false, 1557432412251 ; listingsSearchManager. Also, consider Honda Accord quarter mile performance specs. And that's to say nothing of the available Recaro seats in cloth or leather. Simply knowing that you're driving a car that serves as the basis for those more powerful flagship models might just tip the decision toward the Ford.
Biggest tip for a long mechanical life: change oil and filter every 6,000 miles! DealRatingFilter selectedRatingList, null ; ratingFilter. Buying one - they're not exactly popular or in demand are they! The fault lie in the ignition switch box, behind and under the dash, probably situated directly above the accelerator pedal. Sadly it's impossible to dodge them all and they do take their toll. Recall Date 2015-05-28 Description Honda American Honda Motor Co. I honestly didn't think anyone would be interested in what it's like to own a 12yr old, unfashionable, thirsty, soft Japanese Coupe. Mine has the 197bhp engine I think and the Vtech cuts in at 5300 rpm, which is when life gets to be real fun. Driving features include forward collision warning, automatic braking, cruise control and optional lane departure warning and alleviation.
However I accept that they are now getting a bit old, so if a massive bill a dead cert or if they have known issues I'd steer clear. Likely to have been driven gently given its nature and the sort who would buy one so prob most are looked after. They are extremely quiet and relaxing cars. The V6 also comes standard with traction control, which takes some of the worry out of driving in wet and icy weather. Does anyone have any comments to make, are the expensive to service? The boot is absolutely massive - very useful - and the seats fold down too. Polluted air would go into the engine and clean air would come out the tailpipe. Sun 9 Oct 2011 23:37 1999 - 2001 Honda Accord Coupe 3.