2007 Honda Accord Coupe Overview

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Trims

EX
Avg. Price: $10,416
EX-L
Avg. Price: $10,765
EX-L V6
Avg. Price: $11,678
EX-L V6 6MT
Avg. Price: $11,315
EX-L V6 w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $11,928
EX-L w/ Nav
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Avg. Price: $9,824
LX
Avg. Price: $9,684
LX V6
Avg. Price: $10,110

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Average User Score

4.65 stars

Based on 34 reviews

Easy: Best Car I've Ever Owner by ez
 — I can recall the test drive very clearly: serious precise steering, a rifle bolt accurate six speed manual transmission AND - when 4700 RPM engaged the VTEC - a LOT more power than I had expected. ... Read More
Love My Honda, And Will Look For Another When This One Finally Dies Next Century :) by Corey
 — This car has 130k miles, and will be around for the next 300K miles, and I haven't (knock on wood) had to put any money into it except to buy tires and a new inspection sticker. Honda's are the best v... Read More
Awesome Family Car by Acadia71
 — Great acceleration, perfectly immaculate handling, responsive braking system Luxurious interior, sporty exterior, Hate the maintaining cost .... genuine spare are parts very costly & sometimes hard to... Read More

2007 Honda Accord Coupe Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 34 reviews

2007 Honda Accord Coupe

Honda offers an Accord Coupe to satisfy a wide array of preferences and budgets. From the base-model LX through the fully-appointed EX-L V6, the Accord Coupe line has a car to please every buyer.

The LX and EX trims get their power from a 2.4-liter, 166-horsepower engine, while the LX V-6 and the EX-L V6 and its MT (manual transmission) counterpart have a 3.0-liter six-cylinder powerplant that produces 244 horsepower.

Cruise control comes standard on all Accord Coupes, as do power windows and locks, air conditioning (with filtration), a full slate of air bags (dual-stage front as well as side-curtain), antilock brakes, and daytime running lights. Features that are standard equipment on higher-priced trims but may be available on more basic trims include a power moonroof, heated side mirrors, fog lights, spoilers, alloy wheels, and audio upgrades such as CD changers and an MP3 player.

Owners of the Accord Coupe appreciate its rather spacious interior, relative economy, reliability, and value-retention. It has done well in government crash-testing, earning 5 stars in most of the NHTSA's categories; the exceptions are the Rollover test and the Front-Side test, where the car earned a sufficient 4 stars.

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Honda Accord Coupe Questions

Jennifer Bern
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I Have A 2006 Honda Accord Coupe 4 Cyl. When I Accelerate, I Feel Vibration...

My transmission is not slipping or acting strange. The vibration is the only real symptom and feel kinda like a the tires is bad but doesn't pull in one directions when I drive.

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complxd
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I Have A 1999 Honda Accord, It's The 3.0l V6. It Won't Start, Just Crank.

7 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
Mat Conn Connell
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Cheapest Ways To Make V6 Honda Accord Coupe Faster

I drive a stock 2006 honda accord coupe 3.0L v6. Looking for cheap was to make it a bit faster. Please explain what each modification would do. Not looking to spend more than $125 right now

71 views with 4 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
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2007 Honda Accord Turns Over, But Doesn't Start Most Of The Time

I have a 2007 Honda Accord with about 53,000 miles on it. I drove it early last night and it started fine, but when I tried to turn it on a few hours later, around 10:00 pm the engine slowly rolled ov...

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2003 Honda Accord Coupe Recently Changed Timing Chain Kit But Still Will No...

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