2005 Honda Accord EX 4cil. VTec
Trendy, reliable and very inexpensive to maintain
I had never owned a Honda before. Until I won an accord in a draw! That is how I got into Hondas.
The interiors and exteriors are very well built. The inside is very very roomy, it has a nice design. Leather is of high quality and white exterior paint shines a lot under the sun.
Sadly I will sell it because, financially speaking, I am absorbing the depreciation of owning such a new car.
Value will go down to 60% to 50% in the first two years of any new car. Is now already 30% down from invoice value.
I am thirty one years young, and if I were in different circumstances, I would definitely keep this car.
The accord is very pleasant to drive, is a gasoline saver, passengers seat comfortably, and it has a very spacious trunk.
A month ago, I took her to the 5k service, and paid $52USD for everything.
For the most complete insurance policy available in Mexico paid only $600USD/year. This talks about the incredibly low maintenance costs for owning an accord.
As I said, had not I have other financial obligations I would definitely keep the car for years and years.
I will buy one in a year or so. But will look for one three to four years old to minimize depreciation costs.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th March, 2006
6th Apr 2007, 18:09
The way I read it, the owner has other financial obligations and wants to sell the car at the best possible price, so the depreciation is important.
26th Apr 2007, 10:42
"Who in there right mind gets rid of a FREE CAR whats your issue I have a 05 Accord I would keep it."
That's possibly the dumbest thing I've read in a while. The incentive to sell something expensive you essentially received for free is always high. Think about it.