"I have 190,000 miles on this car and it cranks immediately and runs great. I've had to make 1 repair that is very common on these cars (noise cancellation system) for about $600, replace a broken antenna (probably vandalism)for $700,and replace the front window motors (about $140 each). At 10 years old, the car still rides well, there are no rattles or squeaks at all, and the hybrid-battery system is working great. The gas mileage is not quite as good as advertised, but that seems to be true of most cars. The gas mileage indicator also overstates the actual gas mileage by about 10%. One thing I haven't liked as much is the climate control system. In the winter, if the car gets a little too warm from the heater, it will begin putting out cool air. I find this unpleasant and would prefer that it put out no air until the car is back at the correct temperature. This car, like all the 2005 Accord hybrids, was made in Japan."
"This car has always been garaged and given excellent attention and care. Owners wife loves this car, but because of her physical health condition they need to sell it. It truly drives and looks like new inside and out. Very low miles"
"1) Bought in new at dealer’s showroom
2) Used for local commute (14 miles one way/day for last 8 years)
3) Kept all manufacturer suggested maintenance records that performed by local dealer
4) Clean title
5) No accident before
6) No any engine problem before
7) Moving out of state need quick sell."
"I have truly enjoyed this car for seven years. It is vey reliable and very low maintenance. I love the way it looks but the best part is driving it. It is a hybrid with "Integrated Motor Assist", which was only produced for 2 years I believe. It was a new type in 2007, with a battery powered assist of the V6 gasoline engine, meaning it drives like a regular gasoline car, and the electric power only 'assists' when you push the accelerator for passing or changing lanes. It literally jumps like golf cart and has terrific acceleration, which makes it fun to drive, especially on the highway. It only gets 3-4 MPG better than a regular gasoline version, but is still a hybrid alternative fuel car, which allows me to drive in the HOV lane by myself. I love it, and plan on passing it on to my 16 year old son, to keep it in the family!"
"After 190,000 miles of driving pleasure, I will sell this car. Bought a new Honda EX-L CVT. I have enjoyed driving this car - mostly due to the maintenance free experience. My last Honda had 290,000 on it when someone hit me and totaled the car. I can't say enough good things about the car, as long as I did the required maintenance and changed the oil the car was terrific. 6 CD changer always worked well although, a single would have been fine. Times have changed and the electronics in the newer cars are far superior but all the electrical systems in my 10 year old car are still in tact and the car still runs fine."