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2006 Honda Accord Sedan EX MT

2006 Honda Accord Sedan
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Midsize
26 mpg city / 34 mpg hwy
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2006 Honda Accord Sedan

5.0
(Based on 1 Review)
Pros:
  • Fuel efficient (1)
  • Fun to drive (1)
  • Reliable quality (1)
  • Great sound system (1)
  • Cons:
  • Not family friendly (1)
  • 1 Review
    Brian A
    12/28/13
    Pros:
  • Fuel efficient
  • Fun to drive
  • Reliable quality
  • Great sound system
  • Cons:
  • Not family friendly
  • "I've had this car for sometime. I keep trying to talk myself into buying something new but this one just keeps going and best of all it's good at it. It's fun to drive with a manual and just sips gas. The only down side is that with the front seats set for adults the back seats are too close for adults in the back. The gar does sit a bit lower than many others but I'm guessing that helps with the fuel economy. I bought the car used with 50,000 miles on it. It now has 131000. So far I've done oil changes, air filters, spark plugs, and front axles. Not bad at all in my opinion."
     


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