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Old 06 Oct 2007, 10:08 am
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Default whats the differnce between a honda accord and a honda civic?

like whats the gas milage on each one? (we want in the year 2003) what are the pors and cons?please share me your knowledge on both of these cars...thanxs!ok...how do they do on snow? and what is the actual gas milage?
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I would say the price.
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both are good on gas but the civic is a little bit better..
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 10:18 am
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The price, the accord is probably going to be more expensive.The accord will be a bigger car, you'll get better fuel economy on a civic I would have thought, depends on the engine size I guess and what you'd be using it for.One will depreciate a lot more than the other, I'd say the civic would hold it's value a little more.
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I have a 2004 accord and my brother had a 2002 civic. Both cars are economical in fuel usage. But, the civic is better in gas mileage because it has a smaller engine specially in the VTEC model which is a technology used by honda to lower the fuel usage of the engine. The accord engine is much more powerful than the civic and you enjoy riding it. On the other hand, accord is larger and more roomier than civic. The sits in accord are larger and of course more comfortable than civic. I like the interior and exterior design of the accord more than the civic. One note about the civic is that the breaks are not powerful but the accord has more powerful breaks. This does not mean that the civic is a bad car. I am just telling you the differences between them. Of course you can not compare these two cars because you pay more for the accord and you get more features in it. But, both cars are nice. If you have the budget for the accord, do not doubt about it.
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the main difference is that the accord is the bigger car so it more pricey but faster. gas mileage is a lot better on civic
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