2007 Honda Accord Overview


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Avg. Price: $9,189
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EX-L V6 w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $9,618
EX-L w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $9,198
Avg. Price: $9,741
Hybrid w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $10,497
Avg. Price: $8,012
Avg. Price: $8,546
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4.55 stars

Based on 72 reviews

Safe, Efficient, And Fun (with A Manual). Great Value! by garrison_sj
 — This car is a model of packaging. There is no wasted space inside or out. You feel this in the handling of the car and how easy it is to access the controls and storage areas in the cabin. There are c... Read More
Best Car Ever Owned. by cronkbrast
 — Had the SE V6 now for just short of 4 years and just passed the 80K miles driven mark and this car is running like I just drove it out of the showroom. The performance is great with that 6cyl power y... Read More
Buttery-smooth, Refined, And A Real "sleeper" In The Manua 6-speed.l by Car_Nut
 — For value-for-the-buck, it doesn't get much better. This is a near-perfect example of a great car company getting everything right, and obviously the sales numbers prove it. As a testiment to it's... Read More

2007 Honda Accord Overview

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2007 Honda Accord

Not many changes were expected for the 2007 Honda Accord coupe, whose MSRP is around $20,475 to $29,500. And expectations were met: The 2007 Honda Accord Coupe is a carryover from 2006.

The last major redesign for this model was in 2003, which included making the car larger and more powerful. Since then, the Accord has held steady, with the notable exception of the addition of a hybrid model. The 30th anniversary of the Accord was in 1996, so a few new features were released then, including heated side mirrors on some trims.

This year, the 2.4-liter engine is standard across all trims except the V6s, which boast a 3.0-liter engine.


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Honda Accord Questions


My 2007 Honda Dead Battery Again

My car seems to have a dead battery every other month. I changed the starter checked the alternator and replaced the battery twice in the last year. It seem to go back to the cars radio. Honda 2007 ...

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When reach between 25-30 miles an hour car bucks until given more gas

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Improving Engine Internals

I have a 2007 Honda Accord v6 3.0 4door and I've recently decided that I want to do something's the engine internally but I'm having a hard time finding anything ..I've looked at a few sites andI ...

11 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)

Key Or Remote Will Not Open Any Doors On My Honda Accord 07 And The Driver'...

Snow had fallen in my car when I went to open the door and it landed on my arm rest which has the control panels for the doors and windows. Ironically, the auto windows work fine and my daughte...

1,268 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 months ago)

2007 Honda Accord Turn Lights Flashin Fast.

also, i have no tail lights and the control panel (heater adjustment, etc. are not light up) Need some help. I replaced the front headlights and bulbs and they are working fine.

39 views with 6 answers (last answer 2 months ago)