1997 Honda Accord Overview

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Trims

DX
1 national listing
EX
19 national listings
EX Coupe
8 national listings
EX V6
17 national listings
EX Wagon
Avg. Price: $3,720
LX
78 national listings
LX Coupe
5 national listings
LX V6
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,035
LX Wagon
3 national listings
Special Edition
52 national listings
Special Edition Coupe
5 national listings
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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 57 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

Overall User Score

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Based on 57 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

formerkoe
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I Bought A 1997 Honda Accord Which, I Just Discovered, Has No Heat. The Fan...

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Sean Curtis
0

My Windows Won't Work All The Time?

My windows on my car won't work half the time. When I got it they would stop working and you'd have to wiggle the driver side door to get them to work again. Now they won't work at all. It's only...

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Sean Curtis
0

Why Did My Car Lose Rpms Then Die?

I have a 97 honda accord 5 speed with the vtec motor. I was driving down interstate and my cars rpm gauge suddenly hit 0 and no matter how much gas I gave it, it did nothing. I shifted into 4th, ...

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Robert Gentry
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My Running Light On My 97 Honda Accord Won't Turn Off

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Jason Snyder
15

Ii Accidently Put A Little Less Than A Quart Of Oil In My Radiator And Ran ...

After I realized what I had done I drained it and flushed it a few times but now inside the radiator I can see white gunk on the top of the radiator. When I turn on the A/C only 1 of the 2 fans are ru...

30 views with 4 answers (last answer 4 weeks ago)