1996 Honda Accord Overview

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Trims

25th Anniversary
4 national listings
DX
7 national listings
EX
37 national listings
EX Coupe
10 national listings
EX V6
11 national listings
EX Wagon
1 national listing
LX
55 national listings
LX Coupe
6 national listings
LX V6
2 national listings
LX Wagon
2 national listings

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Average User Score

4.25 stars

Based on 52 reviews

Wonderful Car! by Mom2Dano
 — I've owned this car for about 5 years now. It had over 200,000 miles on it when I bought it. I have had to replace the master cylinder, radiator, and alternator. I love this car! The air conditioner h... Read More
The Best Generation Of The Accord, I Think. by Caitlin
 — Overall it's a great car I love it! Honda is a great make and this generation of the Accord is my favorite!! :) Performance is awesome has the wonderful v-tech motor!:) kicks you back a little for jus... Read More
Excellent Car !! by Norman
 — what a great car , the only thing i can fault it on is the windows , exactly the same problem as the rover 600 , performance is tuned for cruising on motorways but if you want to burn a boy racer off ... Read More

1996 Honda Accord Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 49 reviews

1996 Honda Accord

Consider a 10-year-old car for between $5,900 and $7,850. Just about everyone driving this vehicle recommends it to other drivers. The style of the 1996 Accord is a bit more sophisticated than past models, yet the inside room and amenities are all as welcoming as ever. The Honda Accord has always sold well in America, and consumer ratings reveal why this is true.

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Honda Accord Questions

FranEdw
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How Do I Know If I Can Tow My 1996 Honda Accord Behind My Motorhome? Is Th...

I was told it must have a certain transmission or attachment to tow it.

10 views with 1 answer (last answer 17 hours ago)
Annette Murphy Ravn
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I Own A 1996 Honda Accord Lx 2.2l Non V-tech. I Parked It In January And It...

Car will turn over, timing is good acts like it's going to catch but won't. Lots of gas & fire.

14 views with 4 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)
Jfly
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1996 Honda Accord

This suddenly started happening the day after putting in a new car battery (not sure it's related): Turn on the radio and "CODE" is on display where station numbers should be and the red 'anti-thef...

38 views with 5 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Jeannie Lynn
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96 Accord Stops Accelerating While Driving,

Son has a 96 Accord Value model, 160k miles. Yesterday the check engine light came on, the speedometer stopped working and then the car stopped accelerating while driving. All power stays on. If yo...

73 views with 4 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Reem Young
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Maunl Honda Accord 96 Gear Stick Stuck Wen It's Running Please Help

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