1984 Honda Accord Overview


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Spunky, Extremely Reliable No-frills Commuter Car. by radicalsquare
 — Excellent commuter car. Ugly? I beg to differ--reminds me of my old 82 Scirroco! I bought it with about 120K miles for $600 in ok shape with a few cosmetic issues, mainly rust that occurred only ... Read More
Awesome Jdm Hatchback by Shane
 — It is a little underpowered having 260k+ miles on the original engine. 1.8L with a 2 Barrel carburetor. For a smaller car the back seats actually have plenty of room. the Original Stereo was only a ... Read More
Love My First Car! by VictoriaLAlbright
 — I bought this car for $500 in April 2012, couldn't drive stick yet but was the perfect car for me to learn on. It has rust spots here and there, but is not a big deal. I love this car because I get 30... Read More

1984 Honda Accord Overview

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1984 Honda Accord

Although still early in the second generation, the 1984 Honda Accord actually came with quite a few changes.

For those who are more into looks, the '84 Accord now had a new grill, new headlights, and bumpers that looked more like they were part of the car instead of add-on pieces.  

There was also a luxury trim added to the Accord sedan line, and the LX Accord came standard with power doors and windows, a cassette deck with four speakers, and air conditioning.  

For those to whom power matters, Honda spruced up the engine in the '84 Accord.  It was now a 1.8 liter, bringing the horsepower up to 86.  But, because of new emissions rules, the CVCC engine was retired and a catalytic converter became necessary.

As with the other Accords, current owners of the 1984 Accord gush about reliability (even 20-plus years later) and fuel efficiency.  Complaints though now include weak rotors causing shuddering brakes, and the tendency to rust all over.


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