Honda Accord 2.0i VTEC SE Executive 4dr Reviews
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Newest Review: ... and put the car out of control thereafter, with people in the car asking what the “dud-dud” noise was. * The over-sensitive ... more
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Customer Honda Accord 2.0i VTEC SE Executive 4dr Reviews (2)
by - written on 14/12/05 (Very useful, 2956 readings)
Some of you may have read my last car review – you’ll find it elsewhere in DooYoo – a Volkswagen Bora 2.0 SE. Now it was time for a change – the VW was four years old, 80k miles… time to look for something else, up to 10k miles, under a year old. Four years with the Bora left me (and my family? No just me really) thinking along the following lines:- Price Up to £15k, & keep it for 4 years again. Size Mid-sized saloon, traditional 3-box with a boot. Needs good space front and back (The Boy is taller than me now and he’s only 13…) and a big boot for the trips to the dump. (I don’t recycle, I dump rubbish into the skips the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/01, updated on 26/05/01 (Very useful, 1181 readings)
This is the Accord from an owner’s perspective...with warts and all. But first we must look at the positives and there are a few of them! Our model is a 2.0 litre VTEC model. For those of you who are technically minded, you will already know the advantages of an engine like this. For others I will try my best to put everything into layman’s terms for you. Basically, this 2.0 litre unit is very hi-tech. The valves in the engine increase efficiency by letting exactly the right amount of petrol vapour into the engine according to the throttle response. And if you don’t understand that, I’ll just tell you that the engine is lightweight, ... Read the complete review
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