2003 Honda Accord Overview


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5 national listings
Avg. Price: $5,581
Avg. Price: $6,899
EX Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,125
Avg. Price: $7,073
EX V6 Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,596
EX V6 w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $7,270
EX V6 w/ Nav Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,182
EX w/ Leather
EX w/ Leather and Nav
EX w/ Leather and Nav Coupe
EX w/ Leather Coupe
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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 64 reviews

Unexpectedly Sick by Max
 — When I test drove this car for the first time, I did not expect much- at least not what i got. The V6 produces 240HP, which is and always has been a respectable number. In the automatic version of t... Read More
Yes, I Would Recommend The Car by Enesi
 — "I bought my 2003 Accord EX certified pre-owned in 2005 with 18K miles on it. Previously, I owned a 1995 Acura Legend Coupe and before that..a 1990 Honda Prelude. I love the Honda product. My 03 Acc... Read More
2003 Honda Accord Ex-v6 by Josh
 — Very good car. I like how it can be driven to the max when the pedal is slammed down, btu can also cruise very nicely. The MPG sux tho. I average only about 16/gal. At $4/gal that is degusting. Fort... Read More

2003 Honda Accord Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 64 reviews

2003 Honda Accord

The 2003 Honda Accord reconfirms the fine reputation Honda has for manufacturing a dependable product. This automobile is comfortable inside, however in doing so sacrifices trunk space. Otherwise the clean design, powerful engine, quiet ride and high trade-in value are well worth the price - ranging from $13,000 to $16,900. For those concerned with gas mileage, safety and emissions, the Accord scores higher than most vehicles in its class.


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Honda Accord Questions

Raul Lopez

My Car Turns Over But Does Not Start. Replaced Fuel Pump, Crank Sensor. Hoo...

1 view with 1 answer (last answer 7 hours ago)

What Could Be Wrong When The Radiator Fan Won't Turn Off?

Radiator fan keeps on running even when the car is turned off. Won't stop unless detached from the battery.

12 views with 2 answers (last answer 22 hours ago)
Dave Ludwig

How Do I Modify/change My Listing?

15 views with 5 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)

Key Would Not Insert In The Key Slot And Steering Got Locked , Could Not St...

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Power Lose

2003 LX Driving at high way speed tach and speedo drop to zero charge light comes on trip indicator flashes .Retrieved code P0 685. Has anyone seen this. Could a dieing battery cause this .Alternato...

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