Honda Accord

Honda Accord

 3.9/5 (1821 reviews)

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: May 16, 2023

My husband has owned and loved many Hondas. His most recent is a 2020 Honda Accord. We traveled out of town for his worked and a bunch of lights came on in his car. We took it to a Honda Dealership and they said the part we need (a fuel injector kit) they didn’t have in stock. I have called at least 20 places and nobody has this part. I contacted Honda and this part is backordered. We are now stranded far from home with no safe way to get home because nobody has this part.

I contacted Honda directly and they have done nothing to help other than telling us to inform the dealership to put us on a list of importance. Honda had how much money and they can’t find anyway to obtain this part quicker? Honda doesn’t care about its clientele, or for the safety of the people that drive and ride in their cars. My husband was a lover of Honda and now you have turned him into hating Honda. This whole situation is inexcusable and I don’t believe for a second that Honda has put any effort into rectifying the situation.

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Original review: March 16, 2023

2014 Accord needed starter replaced after 39,000 miles for 835.00 dollars. I called Honda Corp. Customer service and had to repeatedly call back to get response for complaint. Google issue for starter on this car, no recall as of yet.

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Feb. 10, 2023

    I’m looking for anyone who can tell me WHY my Accord 2012V6-EX, less than 90k miles, garaged entire time and have had regular maintenance, needs to have the following done: ABS Break Modulator ($2486) power steering leak (884), Timing belt (753), Bushings(666)and side mount for a total of $5,135!!! It’s a LEMON!

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Dec. 22, 2022

    I had the air-bag recall done about 5 years ago. None of the air-bags deployed when the 2012 exl hit a telephone pole at 20 breaking the telephone pole in half!!! Beware!!!! I finally found out about the class action lawsuit for the “excessive oil consumption” yesterday (1 Qt per 1,000 miles), 2 years after the engine seizure. I spoke with Honda headquarters (1919 Torrance Blvd, Torrance, CA 90501) today for an hour and a half. Mostly on hold waiting for Alma to get her stupervisor Markita to come to the phone.

    Their telephone computer recognized my phone number even though I had never called before and knew I had a 2012 exl, but Alma acted like she didn't know anything... She asked me for my VIN number, but when I took a minute to find it, and asked why the computer knew it, "So why can’t you look at your computer." She said the last four digits would do. She wasn't aware of any class action lawsuit for the excessive oil consumption, but later said my vin number was not included.

    I explained in detail to both of them how the $7,000 engine replacement and the three months of not having my exl and all the time I had to spend trying to get any help probably cost me somewhere around $100,000. I explained that I had 5 Hondas previous to this 2012 that I had driven to the moon and back (350,000 miles), and I would buy another honda if they would help with my $7,000 cost of the engine replacement, but they adamantly expressed to me that they would not take any responsibility for the engine seizure, or the faulty airbags!

    After hanging up with Markita, I looked up and found the guys phone number who was the main person involved with the “Honda Motor Excessive Oil Consumption Class Action Lawsuit” in California. I called his cellphone and he was very nice, but explained that all he got from all the time and effort was $500, free oil changes, and spark plugs as long as he owned the Honda. He had given it to his parents, and bought a Tesla. Not with the $500 of course… SMH. Another huge problem with this Honda was crossing traffic! The engine would stall unless you kept one foot on the break and one on the gas peddle to keep the engine revved-up! I really thought I was going to get T-Boned by a Mack Truck a couple of times! Their phone number is: 1 (800) 999-1009. If you want to get the run-around yourself! Todd **. Macon, GA

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: June 14, 2022

    Honda roadside assistance is the worst!!! I called in a request and they told me it would be within the hour. No one showed up so I called again only to be informed that it would be another 2 hours. No one called me and advised me of the new wait time!!! I was on the phone for over 45 mins just for them to scram around to figure out what happened with the first dispatch, which they couldn’t even connect with. I tried speaking to higher-ups and they couldn’t provide me any information nor could they give me an email to write to. I bought 2 brand new Hondas in the past 3 months and will never buy from them again! This is unacceptable and the worst customer service I ever received. I never wrote a bad complaint until now.

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: May 7, 2022

    With less than 50,000 miles, this car has already had to have the emission system repaired, the rear rotors replaced and the front rotors turned. I have driven several cars (not Honda) more than 100,000 miles and never had these issues.

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: April 1, 2022

    Bluetooth radio is junk. Doesn’t show songs loaded on iPhone. Random never worked. HD goes in and out. Used to be if you lost your old key fob you can buy a new one and install yourself. Now, the geniuses makes us go to a locksmith or dealer to get a new one and install FOR $230.00!!! Dealer scam. Won’t buy another Honda…ever.

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Jan. 6, 2022

    I have a leased 2018 Honda Accord Sport just exceeded the 36000 mile limit. The gas tank door intermittently will not open and there is no backup mechanism to open it for pumping gas. This is extremely serious for long distance travel when one may not be able to pump gas to continue with the long trip. Dealer offered to diagnose the problem for $200 with no guarantee of fixing it. I hope Honda motor can offer me some assistance to resolve this problem without causing me serious financial burden to fix this.

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Nov. 2, 2021

    Purchased a 2017 Honda Accord in 2019 with 12,000 miles. Changed synthetic oil every 5000k and air filter every 10000. The car has 73,000 miles. A/C compressor blew the front seal and leaked compressor oil over other components. This car is not driven hard. Cost $1900.00 to repair at the dealer. While it was there I was informed the battery was bad due to corroded battery cables. The battery was replaced in 2019 and I suspect it was bad for the same reason. The positive cable on this vehicle is 500.00 to replace and the negative on is 100.00 at the dealer. They honored the warranty on the battery because I replaced the cables but these things should not be happening on a car that has less than 100,000 miles. I am done with Honda.

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    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 24, 2020

    I had a very bad experience in buying new Honda Accord 2018. I bought a car in February 2018 and in August 2020 revealed that I bought a defected vehicle. The back window was not sealed properly during manufacturing and as a result there was a water leakage. I found water inside the car under the back seats only when I changed my seat covers. So I was driving a car full of water for more than 2 years. The dealership just sealed the window, changed the back seats and says that the car is fixed. Do you think that the car is fixed?

    I opened the case with manufacturer asking to extend the warranty on my car or buy back the car. They refused to do anything. My warranty will expire in February 2021. I think that there may be some issues in future such as erosion, etc. I will have to pay for fixing them from my own pocket. Honda does not care that their manufacturing defect can cause problems in future. Do not buy Honda!!! They do not care about their brand name and does not protect quality of the product.

    3 people found this review helpful
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