Used 2002 HondaAccord Sedan LX Sedan

  • VIN: 1HGCG66542A008552
  • Stock: 3861T
Odometer
151,585 miles
Exterior Color
Gy
Interior Color
Other
Body/Seating
Sedan/5 seats
Transmission
4 speed automatic
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Honda Accord Sedan
  • Carfax Free

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Designed with a spacious interior, this 2002 Honda Accord Sedan is filled with smart features to make your everyday ride more comfortable and convenient. This Accord Sedan has been driven with care for 151585 miles. The CarFax Vehicle History Report specifies: -- just some of the reasons why this vehicle won’t last long. We're happy to help you become this Accord Sedan's proud owner. Appointments are recommended due to the fast turnover on models such as this one.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.5Out of 5
  • 10yrs plus with this Honda

    By 10 years on Monday, January 30, 2012

    5.0
    Im able to drive long distance without any problems with the car itself. MPG is really good for being an older car. We drive this car average of five plus hours daily...this is an amazing car. Perfect for family its very reliable, seats 5 comfortably. Worth every penny, its lasted a long time!
  • Great Car !Saved my life

    By Cat on Thursday, August 15, 2013

    5.0
    Was hit the on the driver passanger door & rear by a flat bed tractor trailor truck twice & crossed 3 lanes of trafic & hit guard rail. Only bruces. Insurance would not total it so we had it fixed & I'm still driving it 10 years later. Drives just as good as it did new. Had bought for 5 star safty & v6. Both have paid off. Drives Great ! Planning on keeping it until it falls apart. So far only regular maitance required. No major work done at all. I still enjoy driving it! Drive it everywhere I go. I had no idea that I would still love it after this many years.
  • Good But Not Great

    By Bluesfan on Tuesday, January 01, 2008

    4.0
    I bought my Accord new in 1999, after many years of owning GM products because I was looking for a more reliable car. My chief complaints about my GM vehicles were that they always leaked engine fluids, required lots of maintenance and they always rusted before reaching 100K miles. My Accord now has 102K miles and the engine runs like new without any leaks! Unfortunately, I have had problems with body rust on the inside of the rear fender wells on both sides. This cost me $800 in body work repairs in 2007. I have also been disappointed with the general level of maintenance required with my Honda. I have had to obtain repairs to the pollution control system (very expensive), brakes, replace the battery and alternator, replace the radio due to defective CD unit, rear window defroster and a number of other items. This is in addition to the normal required maintenance schedule. Admittedly, my expectations have been high for a Honda, but I don't drive my cars hard so there shouldn't be a lot of problems. Overall, given the price of the car I would say that the car has been a tremendous value, but it has certainly has not lived up to the low maintenence reputation for which Honda has become known.
 

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