2003 Honda Accord Overview

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Trims

DX
Avg. Price: $6,024
EX
Avg. Price: $7,340
EX Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,576
EX V6
Avg. Price: $7,543
EX V6 Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,846
EX V6 w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $7,855
EX V6 w/ Nav Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,675
EX w/ Leather
2 national listings
EX w/ Leather and Nav
Avg. Price: $8,163
EX w/ Leather and Nav Coupe
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $8,269
EX w/ Leather Coupe
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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 63 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 63 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

Bks30s
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What Would Cause The Horn To Stop Working And How Much Could It Cost.

Horn does not work when you press it. It's not a fuse or a relay switch.

15 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 days ago)
Dustin Smith
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2003 Honda Accord Jumps And Bucks After 1 Second During Start Two Starts Af...

I have a 2003 Honda Accord with 130k on it. the timing chain and all components were replaced at 125k miles. I just had a starter go bad on me over the weekend and just replaced the starter this mor...

24 views with 3 answers (last answer 5 days ago)
Munkhuu Saikh
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Honda 2003 Accord Auto Transmission Problem

19 views with 2 answers (last answer about a week ago)
jrjasmin
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After About 4 Months Of Driving, The Oil Light On My Car Keeps Coming On An...

34 views with 5 answers (last answer about a week ago)
darylz
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Won't Start

engine turns over . sound like there is no compression had a p0341 code camshaft sensor replaced the exhaust sensor erased the code and tried to but just turned over.Looked for another code but was no...

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