How is the reliability of this car

Asked by Jul 09, 2009 at 05:51 PM about the 2009 Honda Accord EX V6

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As with most Honda's, excellent. Only downside is they are expensive to insure due to the attraction they have to auto theft.

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Honda's are very reliable and hold there resale value better than most cars. I'm a mechanic and ive owned nothing but Honda accords. A 1991 Accord Ex Wagon and now i own a 2002 Honda Accord Ex. Parts are relatively cheap compared 2 most cars. The only thing bad bout Honda's is there fluids. I did a trans flush on my 02 accord wit the fluid we got at work which is Valvoline Synthetic Transmission Fluid but after i did it, it started 2 shift alot differently especially when it was cold. So i did sum research and found out that it takes special fluid that is only available through Honda and is bout $5 a quart my cost. i replaced the fluid and it shifted like it used 2. And also according 2 Honda you should only use genuine Honda power steering fluid 2.

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