1997 Honda Accord Overview


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1 national listing
22 national listings
EX Coupe
6 national listings
14 national listings
EX Wagon
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $3,285
64 national listings
LX Coupe
5 national listings
Avg. Price: $3,532
LX Wagon
5 national listings
Special Edition
43 national listings
Special Edition Coupe
6 national listings
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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 60 reviews

According To Me. by Peder
 — First off, I <3 my Honda. These are some of the most reliable cars on the road. I haven't had a problem with this car and the odometer reads a scant 225,000 miles. :D The interior is ergonomically des... Read More
A Steal by HondaLover_1997
 — Baught a 1997 Accord in 2006.I went to every dealership in Jacksonville,Fl for 2 weeks. And i finally found one! But there was only problem it was being cleaned for another potential buyer. But she wa... Read More
I <3 My Cd5 by Nick
 — This car is very fun to drive, just need some new tires and some more pieces to my suspension and it will be taking corners like a champ! They will need money put into them, but overall are reliabl... Read More

1997 Honda Accord Overview

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Based on 58 reviews

1997 Honda Accord

Honda is so happy with the public response to its product that it has made virtually no changes for 1997. Although it may not be the fanciest car on the road, it just might be the most comfortable automobile in its class. Priced between $6,700 and $8,725, standard features include a large trunk, spacious interior and excellent console design, all along with great gas mileage. What else can one say other than if you simply want a dependable car, why not try this one?


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Honda Accord Questions

Paul Mclure

1997 Honda Accord Vtec. Put Brand New Distributor In It. Still Isn't Firing...

2 views with 1 answer (last answer 11 hours ago)

My Car Wont Start After I Changed The Thermastat

hello all, i needed to get some help with my car. i changed the thermastat today and after i put every thing back together the car did not start everything else is fine. what i mean by that is the win...

4 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)
De Ann Holland

My Ac Pump Pully Froze Up So I Cut Belt Now Need A Shorter Belt That Goes F...

56 views with 10 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)

How To Remove The Back Seat?

My passenger lost a key while sitting on the back seat and we think it went all the way down the seat. Does anybody know how to remove the back seat completely? I tried to pull it out but there seem t...

14,825 views with 12 answers (last answer about a month ago)

Power Windowes And Sunroof Dont Work

i have a 97 honda accord that was stolen. When i got it back the power windows and sunroof wont work. I checked all the fuses. the middle consloe was tore out could this have caused a short?

10 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)