If had a choice betwen the 2008 and 2009 honda accord lx which one? Also are the brakes a deal breaker

Asked by Jul 01, 2012 at 10:38 AM about the 2008 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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2008 was the first year of a redesign, and the 2009 models were a carry over. So both will have the premature rear brake wear. It's up to you if you don't mind replacing the pads every 20-40K miles.

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Same models. I'd recommend the 09 on basis of less bugs left over form the 08 batch of new cars. Likely lesser miles, and better value retention.

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those two year are almost the same, as the dealer only change the design every 4-5 years. the best bet is pick the car that has less milage and better shape. as they both have the same problem with premature brake pads wear.

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