Honda Accord (1994-98) Reviews
Product Type: Honda cars
Newest Review: ... driver's car, BUY AN ACCORD INSTEAD! The steering is vague and light on the Accord, as it is with most Hondas. They can't ... more
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Customer Honda Accord (1994-98) Reviews (5)
by - written on 26/06/02, updated on 26/06/02 (Very useful, 1433 readings)
I am one of those awkward people who has to have an automatic car, which is very limiting on choice. I also want an estate for the two large dogs. But I want decent performance, comfort and fuel economy. With my Honda Accord Aerodeck 2.2i ES I get everything but the fuel economy. Sadly, I have been very disappointed in the economy - we get about 23mpg on average, although it is almost always short journeys. Our diesel automatic Audi A4 gets to go on any long journeys as it rewards us with 50mpg. Apart from the fuel (which sadly can be a big thing) the car is wonderful. Ours is pretty old - an M reg - and has done 81,000 miles, and it's great to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/00, updated on 09/06/00 (Very useful, 1258 readings)
Having your car broken into can be a complete nightmare; having to arrange repairs, trying to remember what's been stolen, lying awake for nights afterwards... This happened to me recently but had it not been for some of the features of the Accord, it would have been a lot worse. Most modern cars now have a 'handy' boot release lever in the passenger compartment but when someone breaks in, the contents of your boot are also available to them. Honda thought of this (I can't say if anyone else had, it was the first I'd seen it) and provided a lock on the lever. As I had had this locked, he/she/it didn't have the easy access they may have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/04, updated on 23/10/04 (Very useful, 1916 readings)
I owned a 1990 Honda Accord a couple of cars ago so this seemed to be the natural progression. The British-built '95 car isn't as well built or reliable as the previous Japanese one but it's still far superior to any of its rivals (Mondeo, Vectra, Cavalier etc.) Speaking of reliability it's had a few problems, the electric window switch pack literally blew up - apparently because of the previous owner's dodgy attempts at repairing the wiring. The fuel injection system had a bad earth which caused the car to fail to start when the weather was cold or very wet, without the help of a hairdryer. The cruise control doesn't work. The seat adjuster (for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/04, updated on 16/02/04 (Useful, 335 readings)
The new Accord is priced and positioned to compete with the likes of BMW, Mercedes and Audi. In order to succeed it needs to counter badge snobbery by delivering exceptional quality and performance. The ride and handling of the car have been improved and the Accord has a lot more poise than its predecessor. The steering is direct and precise but feedback is limited. In this respect it is now at least as good as any of its traditional competition (e.g. Mondeo, Vectra ...), however it is not up to the driving experience of the 3-Series etc. Engine choices are limited to a 2.0 or 2.4 litre VTEC units. The latter responsive with lots of pulling power as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/02, updated on 24/08/02 (Not useful, 911 readings)
This is a perfect family companion. Great handling means it is fun for dad to drive and a great big loading area for all the family bits and bobs. Totally reliable. Good economy and rakish good looks. Not many on the road so some cache. Can fairly lift up her skirt if needs be. If you have a couple of nippers and need a good reliable fun car then badger your dealer to source you an aerodeck if he can find you one, oh and make sure its the Accord not the civic one. ... Read the complete review
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