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Honda Accord Most Common Problems

30
brake caliper
25
starter
23
wheel bearing / hub
14
CV joint / axle / half shaft
14
strut (suspension)
13
A/C compressor
13
alternator
13
control arm / tension strut / thrust arm / lateral link
13
power steering pump
12
bulb: headlight
 
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Chart is based on 4143 vehicles in TrueDelta's reliability survey.
These are the problems owners most commonly reported on TrueDelta's Car Reliability Survey. Usually when people say "they all have this problem," the problem in question actually affects between 10 percent and 20 percent of all cars. We aren't counting wear items like brake pads and rotors that truly do require periodic replacement on all cars.

TrueDelta Reviews the Materials And Workmanship of the 2018 Honda Accord

2018 Honda Accord Materials And Workmanship: Neutral
YearComment
2018 There's nothing flashy about the new Honda Accord's interior, and this is a good thing. For about a decade Honda's designers tried to put a little (or more than a little) spaceship into their interiors. In welcome contrast the new Accord's interior adheres closely to the principles of good, clean, functional design. Even the LCD portion of the instrument cluster (the tach and everything around it) pulls off a very good impersonation of classic analog gauges. Many people won't realize that the tach is an LCD while the speedometer is not. Toyota's interior designers were more adventurous, with a dramatic S-curve bisecting the center stack. I like this design element in itself, but as executed it seems plasticky. This is a general shortcoming of the Camry's interior. While both cars' interiors employ similar amounts of hard plastic, and the Camry's has an upholstered and stitched instrument panel face that the Accord's lacks, the Toyota's interior overall looks and feels considerably cheaper. Toyota's designers checked off a number of the right boxes, but the rest of the product development team failed to properly finesse the execution. full 2018 Honda Accord review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Materials And Workmanship of the 2018 Honda Accord

2018 Honda Accord Materials And Workmanship: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2016 4dr Sedan 278-horsepower 3.5L V6
6-speed automatic FWD
OK. So, the sticker says the seats are "Leather". Well, if you CALL Honda they will tell you its "re-constituted leather with a polyurethane coating"? OK so, that (google it) is ground up leather held together with glue and basically vinyl on top. And honestly, it sucks. Its hard and hot. I use a huge beach towel from Costco to sit on. Compared to MBTex or even the pleather not on the seating surfaces, this fake leather just doesn't measure up. I'm sure it will hold up, forever, maybe longer than the engine, but, that's not why you have leather seats. But, you can't have cloth and a V6, so, there you go. The rest of the car has good fit and finish and the paint is fantastic. full 2016 Honda Accord review
 
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