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Old 12 Feb 2013, 05:46 pm
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Default How many miles does a honda accord last up to?

I want to buy a 2003 honda accord, how long do they last to though, this one has 150,xxx miles on it
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Old 12 Feb 2013, 06:04 pm
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200,000 plus
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Old 12 Feb 2013, 06:16 pm
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More than 200k miles
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Old 12 Feb 2013, 06:33 pm
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There is no answer. Depends on how previous owners maintained it.
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Old 12 Feb 2013, 06:47 pm
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Depends on how "hard" those miles have been. If it was driven responsibly, most cars these days can last a good long time. If it was beaten to hell with an immature driver, buyer beware.
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Old 12 Feb 2013, 07:01 pm
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those are good cars ! i saw some last almost 300,000 miles but you have to watch they don,t overheat and keep the oil changed regular ! the only thing is that the parts are higher on foreign cars !
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Old 12 Feb 2013, 07:17 pm
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Honda accords normally go to 150-200k miles. To make yours last longer, dont accelerate too fast, and get the oil changed frequently. Also, never let your car overheat. These factors will heavily influence your car's lifespan.
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Old 12 Feb 2013, 07:32 pm
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I had a 1989 Accord way back, it had already 130,xxx miles on it when I bought it. I drove it for another 100,000miles for less than 10 years until I had problems with smog, then I just donated it to charity. (It was still running)































No major engine problems, just the usual wear and tear, Honda's would last forever as long as you maintain it well.
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Hondas have a good rep as far as reliability goes. First car was a hand-me-down 90 accord, still running with 390k miles.
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