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Honda Accord Tourer (2008 - 2015)

5
reviewed by Karen's kars on 6 September 2017
5
reviewed by tigeraqua on 5 September 2017
5
reviewed by Iain Spence on 7 June 2017
4
reviewed by Honda Fan on 3 March 2014
5

2.0 i-VTEC ES GT Auto 5dr Estate

reviewed by Anonymous on 23 January 2014
5
Overall rating
4
How it drives
3
Fuel economy
3
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
4
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

It is comfortable, smooth and quiet but a bit thirsty.

I bought this car to replace my 12 year old CRV. I wanted a reliable, comfortable and quiet vehicle with front wheel drive and the ability to carry dogs and golf clubs. Now that I have got used to having to lower myself into it and climb out of it I am very happy with it. Over 14 months mixed driving I have recorded 33.1 mpg brim to brim although the trip computer claims 2 or 3 mpg more. Handling is good though it has to be said at 71 I am in no way a sporty driver. On the down side the centre switch panel is poorly laid out to the extent that I am aware that I have to take my eyes off the road for longer than I like to make a selection. It has got voice control but results are something of a lottery. The Sat Nav is out of date and would cost far too much to update so I often resort to backing it up with my Tom Tom. So far reliability has been 100%.

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3
reviewed by Braz on 16 April 2013
4
reviewed by Rich320d on 2 January 2013
4
reviewed by bass_alt on 24 March 2012

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About this car

Price£23,410–£32,925
Road TaxF–K
MPG32.5–51.4 mpg
Real MPG92.4%

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