1995 honda accord lx sedan 4d

6th Gen Honda Accord (1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002)

2019.09.27 10:20 ProfessorNast 6th Gen Honda Accord (1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002)

This Forum is for those who are fans of and/or owners of 6th Generation Honda Accords dating 1997, 1998. 1999, 2000, 2001, & 2002. Whether it's a sedan or coupe, 4 cylinder or V6, or on the outfit (DX, LX & EX) this is the subreddit for information, questions, pictures, customs or all around general things pertaining to 6th Gen Honda Accords.

2023.06.10 03:20 Other_Objective650 Desperately need a car.

I desperate need a car now as I am moving forward with life and I've been borrowing a family car for 2 years after the transmissiom in my old mustang blew. I have about 20k I'm willing to spend and insurance for just about any vehicle new or old is 1800$ liability only. What car would be good, and fun. Thinking about 99-04 mustang gt (slow but fun and low miles can be had for 10-15k) 05-09 mustang gt (still somewhat slow but fun and reliable I've had 2 of these so far) 2011-2014 mustang V6 (it's a V6 but modern interior and exterior styling. But cost more than an 05-09 gt. Honda Accord/ Accord sport (look nice and comfy but having a hard time finding one that's not a rebuilt title. Subaru WRX. (4drs practical and sporty but questionable reliability). Dodge charger t (practical but also questionable reliability same with Challenger) I'd love a Corvette. But I think back seats even if hard to use is better than no back seats. Truck, Tacoma maybe. (Reliable, cheap for an older one but won't be fun to take down windy roads, bad gas mileage for little fun and no real need for a truck that adding a hitch onto a sedan won't handle) Focus ST (very few in price range but look fhn and sporty) Fiesta ST (good option but I prefer the focus version). Not really interested in suvs due to bad gas mileage and no real need for interior space. Focus base model. (Not sure if they still have transmission issues but they are cheap)
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2023.06.10 02:55 TheUpcomingEmperor A new 2000 Honda Accord cost $25,200 in 2023 (after inflation). Good luck finding a factory fresh brand-new car for that good of a price!

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2023.06.10 00:58 ElegantSwordsman Hybrid or electric sedan suggestions among my several specific wants (see post)

I’m interested in a new or used hybrid or electric sedan. Size: I’m used to cars between Toyota Corolla or Honda accord size, not interested in anything much larger. I like current Corolla, but would be embarrassed to have more than two in a household. Infotainment: I’d like wireless Apple CarPlay. I don’t mind a main touch screen, but I need physical buttons for basic controls such as climate, defrost, etc. safety: I want all the safety features. Forward collision assist, blind spot, rear cross traffic, etc. adaptive cruise control Seating: Motorized, preferably memorized seat controls, heating/cooling. Would like dual climate between me and passenger since we never match up in comfort. Power: would like to be able to accelerate into highways and pass easier than what a typical Corolla does… Decent visibility when driving
Looking at bmw i4 as a strong option: but it looks like they’re ditching physical buttons, and there are some compromises based on building this electric car on an ICE platform. I hear grumbling about maintenance for BMW.
It looks like the accord is also ditching physical buttons.
Hyundai Elantra hybrid?
Do you all have any thoughts of cars fitting within the above wants?
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2023.06.10 00:02 EatGoldenBeans Wade I understand the pain of trying to get a car. Especially when they won't even tell you if the car has A ENGINE.

Wade I understand the pain of trying to get a car. Especially when they won't even tell you if the car has A ENGINE.
As you can see
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2023.06.09 23:33 Academic_Geologist_5 Can anyone tell me what this bolt/nut is called?

Can anyone tell me what this bolt/nut is called?
Hello everyone, I’m missing a bolt that goes near the engine that may be causing an oil leakage on my 2014 honda accord LX. I’m not sure what it’s called so I know what to look for. I’ll circle it in the pic, Thank you!!
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2023.06.09 22:32 Veethro Brake hose or caliper faulty?

2014 Honda accord LX-S
Rear right brake issues
Rear right spins freely until I press the brakes. I pump the brakes several times, spin both rear wheels again, left spins freely right is dragging. I crack the bleeder valve on the dragging side, some fluid leaks out, close it back up and its free again.
Sounds like a brake hose issue to me, but I just did a fluid flush after the issue appeared, and fluid still comes out of that caliper fine. I can't see it being anything but the hose but it coming out is confusing me.
Any thoughts? Any comments are appreciated.
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2023.06.09 22:32 TheDemonLady Down to 3 Cars

Desperately need a car and I have it narrowed down to 3 cars. I don't know enough about cars to know if any of them are worth it!
Car 1: (6 pics of interior and exterior)
2006 honda accord - $2,400
New starter, brakes and battery. good tires, rebuilt transmission and AC compressor. Interior in great shape no tears rips or heat breaks. Windows tinted.
condition: good cylinders: 4 cylinders drive: fwd fuel: gas odometer: 300000 paint color: grey size: mid-size title status: clean transmission: automatic type: sedan

Car 2: (5 pics of interior and exterior)
2002 nissan altima - $2,300
2002 Nissan Altima V6 runs and drives perfect clean inside and out. No mechanical issues at all automatic transmission 155,000 original runs and drives great power locks, power windows, cruise control, radio AC blows, ice, cold, good tires pass emissions every year up to date on tags. Always well-maintained clean Arizona title in hand ready to go $2300 or best offer
condition: good cylinders: 6 cylinders drive: fwd fuel: gas odometer: 155000 paint color: black title status: clean transmission: automatic
condition: good cylinders: 6 cylinders drive: fwd fuel: gas odometer: 155000 paint color: black title status: clean transmission: automatic

Car 3: (1 exterior pic)
2000 honda civic - $2,900
I have a Honda Civic for sale. It runs great , no problems. I just replaced all the hoses , and belts, no leaks ,clean engine, clean title. Must sell I'm moving overseas and I can't take it with me.
condition: good cylinders: 4 cylinders fuel: gas odometer: 188000 paint color: green size: compact title status: clean transmission: automatic type: coupe
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2023.06.09 19:41 No_Procedure_5420 Best Manual 4 door sedan under 7k?

I’m looking for a cheap manual 4 door sedan that won’t cost a lot in maintenance. And gets decent mileage.
I have considered:
Honda Accord
Subaru Impreza
Saab 9-3
Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.09 18:46 stepover7 The 1980s Honda Accord Started the Midsize Sedan As We Know It

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2023.06.09 18:46 THISisaDougBot Doug DeMuro - The 1980s Honda Accord Started the Midsize Sedan As We Know It June 9, 2023 at 08:55AM

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2023.06.09 18:18 intothenighttt Is a new Camry/Accord (roughly 29k) worth buying for a resident

I'm a resident physician who will be starting at a relatively rural program and thus the need for a car is of paramount importance. Starting 2nd year my training location will also involve me driving almost an hour away. I therefore felt I needed a reliable robust car to drive. Was thinking your average Toyota/Honda. This is in Arizona so highway speeds are pretty fast so I was thinking a bigger car as opposed to a compact just for that feeling of safety. So basically Camry/ Accord vs Civic/Corolla.
Monthly car payments including loan payments, car insurance coming out to roughly $800-$900 in total for the Camry. My insurance is high since I'm an IMG and have never driven in the states but I assume it would probably come down in 6ish months? unless I drive like Vin Diesel.
Basically the total car payments are coming to around 18% of my monthly take home. Rent is $1200. Is the car worth an investment in the long run?
Does any other resident own similar size sedans that can help me out. Thanks. And if any resident os comfortable please let me know what sort of cars do you or most residents drive. Thanks
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2023.06.09 18:07 Channelbot_Reborn The 1980s Honda Accord Started the Midsize Sedan As We Know It

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2023.06.09 17:21 throwaway_coin_4_car Bored of my Honda Civic

Hey y'all,

I'm getting bored of my 2016 Honda Civic after 7 years of ownership, and I'm looking to trade it off. It's been great on gas and very reliable, but it's a small coupe and frankly not interesting to drive anymore.

I enjoy road trips, driving down trails, and offering rides to my friends. It's kind of embarrassing asking them to climb way down into the backseat. The Civic definitely prefers smooth, well-leveled, pothole-free roads... a rarity in Oklahoma. It would be great to drive something more rugged and capable for passengers (4 doors please!) and rough roads. Still, you will also see sedans and hatchbacks on my list because I think they are a good value. I make longer road trips occasionally: my family lives 700 miles away, and there are trips to Dallas about 3 hr away. Although they are great all-rounders, I dislike nearly all unibody SUV's made today. They all look and feel the exact same to me.

I'm aware that the car market and most dealers are still horrible, and it may really not be a good time for me to trade away the Civic. However, I'm looking forward to hearing from y'all so I can narrow my search! :-)

Current car:
2016 Honda Civic Coupe LX-P, ~78,000 miles. Paid off.

$34,000 on hand including the expected value of the Civic. Prefer not to finance or lease; don't want to pay interest.

A shortlist of the cars that I'm most interested in, in no particular order:
* Jeep Wrangler w/ the 3.6L (2015+)
* Toyota Tacoma w/ V6 (2016+)
* Toyota RAV4
* Toyota Corolla Cross
* Honda Accord LX (2023)
* Honda Civic Hatch EX-L (2021+)
* Subaru Crosstrek w/ the 2.5L (2021+)
* Subaru Outback w/ the 3.6L

About me:
25 M, single, no prospects, no kids. Apartment. Graduated college and moved out to Oklahoma a year ago. No debts. 10-mile daily commute.

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2023.06.09 07:51 l233tsupah4x0r New to the US. Need help checking odds of getting approved for dealership auto loan at KIA.

Context: Recently moved to California living in the Dublin-Pleasanton area, east of SF. Need a new car for commute to work; not opting for used car because the subcompacts/sedans are too expensive at the moment in this area. Since I'm new to the country, I can only afford the cheapest cars so I've been eyeing the Kia Forte 2023 (LX/LXS are fine; they also have immobilizers). Several Kia dealerships here have the model for MSRP 20-22K. Not clear if there are mark-ups/ imposed add-on packages (at least, it's not advertised on their websites). My pre-tax salary is 110K, and I have several months proof of stable income. Credit score 700-750 across the bureaus, but the history is obviously less than a year since I just moved here. I can afford a down payment up to 7K, and I'm hoping to finance this car for a 48 month term with max $500 monthly payments. No trade-in (I've been commuting by transit).
This is my first time buying a car, so I'm trying to get educated on the process.
  1. What are my odds of getting a loan set-up through the dealerships given this context? It would be helpful if you could breakdown your reasoning for me!
  2. Credit score, credit history/age, proof-of-income/residency. What else am I being evaluated on to be eligibile for a loan?
  3. Are there ways I can increase the odds of getting a loan approved through the dealership, like a larger down payment?
  4. How much weight should I put on considering auto loans from Chase, credit unions, or third-parties like LendTree. Seems like these options will take more time than they're worth, plus additional hits to my credit score due to the hard checks. I've tried pre-qualifying for some third-parties, and it appears they aren't able to pre-qualify me.
  5. Are there other sub-compacts/sedans you'd recommend? I was also considering the Honda Civic Hatchback (this would be dope), Toyota Corolla Hatchback (I'm scared of the mark-ups), Kia Rio (they appear to be mostly discontinued in California), and Subaru CrossTrek/Impreza.
Please let me know if there are missing details that'd be helpful. The subreddit has been pretty educational so far, so thank you guys for being so active on here.
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2023.06.09 06:29 FluidStudent8846 Is this a good deal?

Is this a good deal?
It’s a 1.5T and only 2k miles. Only one previous owner and clean title. I’ve been looking into the accord line up and I’ve been wanting to upgrade from a Corolla.
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2023.06.09 03:33 Technical-Sky-7094 ~$20k CAD, reliable car, decent sound system, fun to drive

I’ve got about 20k CAD to spend, but obviously willing to go cheaper or up a few thousand if its right.
It’s gotta be good for winter, so no RWD (AWD preferred for mountain driving, can get away with studded FWD). Relatively reliable, so probably no euro or FCA cars.
Came from a golf r, so the small fast hatch was nice, im good with a sedan, coupe is not preferable but if the money makes sense its fine. Apple carplay with onscreen map is a huge winner for me.
I’ve looked at civics, accords, they all have the honda tax where they are priced a premium over other comparable brands. Gti’s are a bit rare here in alberta/sask for that price. I dont really have much knowledge on hyundai, kia, any other brand for that matter other than any car from VW group or Honda.
Just throwing this out there to get an idea of comparable vehicles, ideally comparable to a gti or civic si, I’m fine with luxury asian as well.
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2023.06.09 02:49 Professional_Dark531 Civic vs Accord for first car

I’m a university student looking for a good, reliable first car that’s cheap on gas.
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/3632053067071236/?mibextid=6ojiHh 2014 civic - 212,000 km - $6,750
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2041543012859787/?mibextid=6ojiHh 2011 civic - 6620 km - $4,345
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/799411568075202/?mibextid=6ojiHh 2011 civic - 289,700 km - $9,600
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/736842381413833/ 2010 Honda accord - $8000 - 224,600 km
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/647430473563543/?ref=search&referral_code=null&referral_story_type=post&tracking=browse_serp%3Abc430e4b-b389-4fd3-ba9c-67ed8366e4d0 2009 Honda accord - $6,700 - 300,000 km
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/773784614179071/ 2010 Honda accord EX-L Sedan 4D - $7,000 - 267,000 km
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1452412382175727/ 2015 Honda accord Sport Sedan 4D - $10,700 - 270,000 km
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/821278075675310/ 2010 Honda accord crosstour - $9,350 - 202,000 km
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/646532163642446/?mibextid=6ojiHh 2011 accord - 195,000 km - $8,900
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2023.06.08 18:36 Key_Birthday5853 Need advice on what to do with my 2022 Honda Accord LX

I wish it was a Accord Sport but I like this car just fine. I overpaid for it at the peak of car prices, and got a bad interest rate on it since it was my first non credit card loan. After 10 months of payments, 5K down, there is $24.8K left on it. It's 480 a month.
I can afford this no problem, but I do not like that I will be paying so much extra for the stupid interest rate. Ideally, I would start putting as much as humanly possible on it every month so that I end up paying it off much quicker, saving me 3-4K.
However. I am also considering the possibility of selling it after 2 years of ownership, (which will be the ideal time where I will make back some of that lost spending) and getting another car around the 25K range, which would also save me money on interest that I won't need to pay anymore.
What would you do in my situation to get out of this bad deal a bit better?
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2023.06.08 16:34 pio_11 How would you rank my 6 options?

Looking to upgrade my wife's daily 4D Civic to something bigger now that we have a toddler and baby, and plan on doing lots of camping. I'm open to any suggestions of models I have not listed, as long as you can provide some insight as to why. We are open to SUV or Large Sedans. Here are the ones I'm looking at right now. Please tell me if you had any experience with these and are some great deals or should I stay away. I would look at hybrid but from what I'm reading the waits for these are quite bad, I'm not in a huge hurry but would like to get something by end of year.
Some of them im deciding between two trims. Obv would like to save $ but might look at the better option depending on what it is and availability. All prices are in CAD$.

  1. Honda CRV: "LXB 2WD" ($36,374) or "LX-B AWD" ($39,174) - Our first choice due to dependability, and cargo space, only downside is the extras like seat materials, and extra features are lacking compared to competition.
  2. VW Tiguan: "Trendline" ($36,733) or "Comfortline" ($40,733) - Looks nice, better materials on the inside, lots of space as well, great driving experience from reviews. Worry is dependability and cost of service/repair.
  3. Mitsubishi Outlander: "SE S-AWC" ($35,398) - Reviews are positive, warranty seems best in class, but I know nothing about dependability, or what to expect in terms of service/repairs or dependability. Are they worth considering?
  4. Mazda CX-50: "GS-L" ($38,250) - Looks great on the inside and outside, seems to have the least storage from my reviews, also curious about its dependability, service and repairs costs?
  5. Toyota RAV4: Obviously great dependability, but I hear there is a lot of underhanded stuff going on with them in terms of inflating prices, availability especially with the Hybrid models. Should I look at these and if so what model as long as its under 40K?
  6. Hyundai Tucson or Kia Sportage: Worth looking at?
Thanks in advance,
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2023.06.08 07:33 starmielvl99 Buying my first car, I want something fun and reliable to drive

I am getting a new car, I won't be driving it around the city that much, mostly on a bit longer rides, 100 kms or more. My budget is not that big, I'd like to spend up to 7-8000 euro. I've been gathing info for the last couple of weeks and oh man I've gotten so many advices from various people but something they are opposite to what i've already heard.
What do you think about getting a older honda. I'd get it to a mechanic for a checkout and also check it on carvertical.com
These 2 got my attention.
2005 Honda Civic Sedan 1.6i vtec for 4.200 EURO (it has 99500 miles)
Description from the add:
Honda Civic VII generation 2005 year 1.6i vtec for sale
The car has been in my possession since the sixth month of 2021 and was purchased in Rijeka from the first owner. Regularly serviced and since it has been in my possession, it has been serviced at Honda Ruting Zagreb, where a major service was done a little less than two years ago at 134,000 km, and a minor service at 150,000 km and at 160,000 a week ago. In excellent condition. Registered for a year !!
The car comes with two sets of rims: a summer set of 16-inch alloy rims with new Pirelli tires and a winter set of 15-inch steel rims with Continental tires DOT 2921. In addition, the car is equipped with a Honda Civic EP3 sports three-spoke steering wheel (same generation hatchback only) and multimedia Phonocar VM012, which includes the option of Apple Carplay and Android auto and many other options. The rear exhaust pot in Lastovčić was replaced. The car also comes with a new spoiler that needs to be painted and installed, and new aibach springs that are planned to be installed and certified soon. The car also has a metal gear lever, but it is possible to return the original lever. I have two keys, one of which is with a remote for central locking.

2006 Honda Accord 2,0 Sport for 6,300 EURO (it has 130 000 miles)

Description from the add:
Honda accord 20i,
Reg until: 14/03/24.
Regularly serviced,
Original kilometers,
Print kilometers from the technical,
Alu enkei 17 inch,
New 225/45/17 all-season tires,
16 and 17 inch tires written in the booklet,
Type with front lip + bumper and mask from non-redesign,
Last lip redesign model original from type s model,
New rear jaws,
New rear discs + disc plates,
New oil in the brakes,
New rubber carpets,
Service done, on the engine, (oil and filters,
Mtf3 oil in gearbox new, spark plugs new,)
The vehicle is in top condition and completely correct,
Without further investment,
Substitutions excluded,
I do not respond to messages and e-mails,
The price is not fixed,
More info by calling the contact mobile.
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2023.06.08 03:13 k_eeazy_ Rear end Totaled my 2017 honda accord

Rear end Totaled my 2017 honda accord
Someone rear ended me on the other day. My car is totaled as the air bags deployed. Looking for new cars now and came across this bad boy I gotta good feeling but ofcourse I want reddit approval first lol.
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2023.06.08 01:08 thx1138guy 2004 Honda Civic LX Sedan 244K miles $1295 - tempted but did not purchase it.

Occasionally you run across a car that is a great deal in today's crazy used car market. Went to see the car in the title line earlier this afternoon. It was a 5 speed manual with several cosmetic issues that could have been addressed at minimal cost.
It had a cracked windshield that needed to be replaced for sure. The A/C didn't work. There was a check engine light lit on the instrument panel. I could not get the hood to open after the release popped it partially open. Engine started right up and ran silently like most Hondas do.
Since I could not get the hood open to do a few checks, I decided that was it and walked. The salesperson offered to drive it into the service bay to get the hood to open but I didn't feel like waiting. I was curious to see if the A/C compressor clutch was engaging or not and to check the fluid levels and their condition.
I did not take it for a test drive since I had no intention of getting it after finding the issues it had and because I didn't want to waste any more of the salesperson's time. It would've been interesting to see if it needed a new clutch or not.
For $1295, even with the high number of miles and its many problems, it was probably still worth it. I didn't need another car and planned on fixing it and flipping it for a small profit.
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