2014 Honda Accord User Reviews

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    2014 Honda Accord LXReview
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    Another Amazing Honda — Overall just a great car. Happy with everything! I get over 40mpg on the highway with the accord which is amazing for a midsize car. Has a smooth ride and great trunk space. For the price you cannot go wrong with this car.

    Pros: Great family car with amazing mileage with the standard 4 cylinder engine. Has suprizing power for a four cylinder and transmission is smooth all through the power band.

    Cons: None that I have come across yet. Have 10k on it and could not be happier with the car.

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    2014 Honda Accord EX-LReview
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    Effecient Great On Gas — The maintenance on this car has been easy. Keep up your oil changes and you can have it for life. The best car I've owned for the gas mileage. Very sporty, fast, safe, spacious and rides like a dream. The LDW was a new unique feature I really like, the backup and right turn camera with your signal is brilliant.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Gets 36 mpg, very safe

    Cons: i can't say much negative about the car

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    2014 Honda Accord EX-L V6 w/ NavReview
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    Great Vehicle — I have enjoyed this vehicle very much. It gets good gas mileage. It handles well and it has great safety features. The value of the vehicle has always been reliable. It would be nice if you could copy mp3s to the harddrive. It would also be nice if the nav system could be operated from the passengers seat.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Good MPG, Good Handling, Good Safety Features

    Cons: Cargo Space, Not being able to change settings on the NAV system while driving even as a passenger.

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    2014 Honda Accord EXReview
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    Good Value And Best In Class —

    My Background: I took more than one year to buy new car and in between I was going through numerous reviews, Test Rides and friends experiences (Whoever bought any car brand in 1st week they were blown away but after some time you can see them back to reality). SUV or Car: In my purchase process I was first confused to go with Sedan or SUV. My daily Driving is 70 miles RT and compact crossover SUV failed to impress me in front of Midsize sedans so finally decided to go with Car. In SUV I was researching RAV4 or CRV and both had plus minuses but I really like how RAV4 came up with all new changes. I have 2002 Camry and I drove 100k+. In 2012 I was almost sure to buy Camry but as time goes by I took test ride of Nissan Altima 2013, Kia Optima 13, Sonata 13, Toyota Camry 13 and Accord 13. After major changes in Accord I finally decided to consider with Camry. Comparing apple to Apple Accord LX has same feature as Camry SE (e.g. Alloy wheel, Dealer price etc..) 1. Overall Quality, Performance, Instrument Panel and Design: When I compared Camry as long as interior design concerned, Camry is nowhere closer to Accord. Dashboard Design is awesome, Big screen is mind blowing (non touch screen though) but position and layout is very cool. 2. Comfort: I felt Both Cars are same (few analysts say Accord is better). Honda has more cabin space. 3. Features and Style: Style doesn’t have any measurement and it goes by individual perception. Accord has lots of bells and whistles, chrome plating looks cool and car style and ride quality is aggressive. New Accord looks is another factor to shift me from Camry. 4. Fuel Economy: Second best in midsize car and fortunately true. 5. Features & Accessories Quality: I am not expert but all new cars’ accessories looks good and Accord is not exception. 6. Car Height: My friend had 2012 Accord and I had really hard time to come out but in new accord it’s very convenient. 7. Safety and Resale Value: Accord is best in midsize segment if you see stats. 8. CVT: Few people love to complaint about reliability of CVT transmission. CVT makes ride smooth and fuel efficient. As long as reliability is concerned time will decide but looking at current trend Toyota, Lexus, Nissan, Audi, Honda, Ford, Benz and many more are shifting towards CVT. Replacement is costly but as years goes by technology becomes complicated and expensive for simple solution. 9. Seat Comfort: I am 6' tall, Lot of people complained about comfort but I don’t have issue. Seat fabric and design is way better than Camry. Cons: 1. 60/40: In Accord Rear Seat not 60/40 split, never mind I don’t use that frequently. 2. Audio: Car Audio quality is good but not great. 3. Trunk space: Not impressed with layout as older cars has low bed, big opening and better shape to fit 3 check-in bags but new shape is not efficient even though Camry and Accord has biggest cargo space. 4. Reliability in log run: hmm when I went through car complaints, I saw lot of issues reported but ~90% complaints were related to Seat comfort and Audio connection in old Accords, Don’t worry and trust your luck. Even my Camry has engine down (May be I got lemon) still Honda and Toyota are very reliable cars at least KBB and JD Power says that. Final words: In current market Honda Accord offers best value for money, it has excellent features and feels like premium level car, it crushed all the competitors. Accord has more Pros than Cons. I will recommend Accord at anytime to my dear ones.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Value, Fuel Efficiency

    Cons: Seats

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    2014 Honda Accord SportReview
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    Who Else Offers As Much? Nooooooobody — I was considering an Avalon, Maxima, Camry or an Accord. Those cars made my final cut. I test drove all of them, negotiated price with 4 different dealers, but the car offering the best value, defined as where price and quality meet, was the Accord. I chose the Sport Accord because it handled better than the EX-L which made the final-semi-final round of consideration. The Sport offered more for less. I didn't need or want a sun roof and while the upgraded technical goodies were appealing like the touch screen, satellite radio, right side mirror monitor, leather and push to start, they didn't make 6-7K more in price worth it in my view. I'm amazed at the power of the 189 hp Accord Sport. I was expecting far less prior to my test drive, thinking I'd have to upgrade to a V6 but was pleasantly surprised with the punch of this little pocket rocket engine. The Accord Sport has good curb appeal with those 18" rims, twin chrome exhausts and for less than a negotiated $23K out the door, c'mon! No other car even came close.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Value, pure and simple.  The Honda Accord is the most car for the least dollars.

    Cons: The suspension could be tighter

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    2014 Honda Accord EX-L V6 w/ Nav Review
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    Its a Honda Accord with a boost of go go juice (the V6 motor). Your basic everyday reliable and average family car. Only this one has some balls to push you along very briskly.
    vs2014 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited
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    Power Ranked 2014 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited better.
    "The engine is rated at 5 more HP than the accord and it feels like 25 more when accelerating from a roll. "
    Handling Ranked 2014 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited worse.
    "The steering response is more realistic. It puts you in touch with the surface you are driving over. The Hyundai steering is too light and easy."
    Back Seats Ranked 2014 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited better.
    "More room."
    Cargo Capacity Ranked 2014 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited better.
    "Have you seen the size of the trunk?"
    Would Buy Ranked 2014 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited better.
    "Basically everything the Accord offers and more for less money."
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    2014 Honda Accord EX-L V6 w/ Nav Review
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    The ride was nice but a bit floaty. Im a fan of quality and Honda builds great cars but there was just something boring about the car compared to the Nissan Altima and Mazda 6. I was looking for sporty but practical. The Honda just seemed too practical. Also I thought the interior seemed too busy and techie. The Nissan was so elegantly simple while having just as much technology.
    vs2014 Nissan Altima 3.5 SL
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    Cargo Capacity Ranked 2014 Nissan Altima 3.5 SL better.
    "Cargo space is great. My other vehicle is a Yukon XL so Im never short on space but I get three large suitcases in the trunk. "
    Would Buy Ranked 2014 Nissan Altima 3.5 SL better.
    "Im still in love with the car even with the transmission history. The transmission works perfectly now that Nissan fixed it so I would consider buying another Altima or Maxima. The power of the 3.5 V6 is awesome. I didnt understand the CarGuru review that made it sound like the car was boring. After owning a Porsche 944, Toyota Supra, and Maxza MX-6 Turbo, this car is amazing. A family sports car. "
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    2014 Honda Accord LX Review
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    vs2014 Toyota Avalon XLE
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    Handling Ranked 2014 Toyota Avalon XLE worse.
    "Tighter Handling on the Honda."
    Value Ranked 2014 Toyota Avalon XLE worse.
    "Its cheaper but still has a screen and all your other bells and whistles. "
    2014 Honda Accord EX-L V6 Review
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    Great value for the money! The car has conservative styling, but more aggressive than in years past, which is appealing. the performance and ride is unmatched.
    vs2014 Toyota Camry XLE V6
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    Power Ranked 2014 Toyota Camry XLE V6 worse.
    "Better responsiveness."
    Looks/Style Ranked 2014 Toyota Camry XLE V6 worse.
    "Better lines on the body."
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    2014 Honda Accord Sport Review
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    Good, lasting car. Would reccomend for a new driver or experienced driver as it is very safe. Hondas last forever(200,000+ miles). Drives smoothly.
    vs2014 Chevrolet Cruze 1LT
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    vs2014 Toyota Camry LE
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    Handling Ranked 2014 Chevrolet Cruze 1LT worse.
    "Made with more quality than the chevy Cruze. People normally buy these cars(hondas) so that itll last them longer. People who buy Chevy cruzes probably only keep them a couple years because they are built less quality "
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    Reviews From Other Years

    2015 Honda Accord Reviews

    Big Pearl By lemoffett

    Pros: It's a Honda! I needed a family car and it doesn't get any better than the Accord if you are anti minivans and suvs. It came with reverse camera, power windows, cruise control, bluetooth compati... Read More

    Best Car For The Money By sparki9

    I searched high and low for a good sensible car that looked good, got good gas mileage, was comfortable and would last a long time. The Accord fit all of the requirements and I'm looking forward to m... Read More

    2013 Honda Accord Reviews

    Very Nice Family Sedan By joselakeland

    I am a SUV person. There are limits for a sedan compare to SUV. Honda Accord is a very affordable and reliable car. It has Bluetooth and backup camera standard. So far no complaints. Mine is CVT trans... Read More

    Fast With Neat Tech, But Has Issues. By jtcon86

    I like the way the car looks, and enjoy the power of the engine. Furthermore, the technology features of the car are a great bonus. However, I am not a fan of the variable cylinder management which i... Read More

    2012 Honda Accord Reviews

    Awesome Sedan. By Car_Sense

    These Accords are such well built cars. They have extremely low maintenance costs, nice power and acceleration for a 4 cylinder engine, very smooth automatic transmission, and excellent braking. Handl... Read More

    Good Economical Family Car By zzoooman

    Good car: easy to maintain, comfortable, reliable, great MPG Cons: lack of power, no sun roof or moon roof as far the power goes: that's expected it's a 4 cylinder ECo friendly car so, Over all very ... Read More

    2011 Honda Accord Reviews

    Amazing Car And Great On Gas By omairmj85

    Now approaching 91,000 miles and other than 2 sets of tires, only cost has been maintenance as called for by Maintenance Minder. I drove an 2008 Accord to 150,000 and passed on to a family member with... Read More

    Greatest Family Sedan Ever By migration_da_familyautolosangeles

    nice family sedan economical and comfortable having had this car pleased me a lot good on gas low maintenance cost reliability wise best vehicle ever. cant make a tow truck comes in for a service... Read More

    2010 Honda Accord Reviews

    Family Car With The Sporty Attitude That Delivers By rmilks

    I have owned this car for over four years now and am still happy with it. The V6 delivers more than enough power and I never use it all. Great, precise handling, as noticed with all accords. Overall I... Read More

    Affordability Meets Reliability By tnwilliams67

    You just can't go wrong with a Honda Accord no matter the year. These cars just go and I don't spend a lot of time in the shop dealing with unexpected maintenance. I love my Honda and it loves me ba... Read More

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