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2013 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


The 2013 Honda Accord has been redesigned inside and out for the new model year.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $15,445

MPG
18-36
Seats
5

2012 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


The 2012 Honda Accord was recently refreshed with a restyled front grille and bumper, new head- and taillights, grey five-spoke wheels, and a revised trunk lid on sedans to eke out a bit more space.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $12,944

MPG
17-34
Seats
5

2011 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


All Accords receive a refresh for 2011 that includes a restyled front grille and bumper, new tail lights and a new wheel design. In addition, sedans get revised trunk lid. Interior styling has dated as well, and the EPA estimated fuel economy improves on many trim levels. A new leather trimmed special edition (SE) trim level debuts as well.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $11,571

MPG
17-34
Seats
5

2010 Honda Accord
ESTIMATED RESALE: $11,097

MPG
17-31
Seats
5

2009 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


Midsize family sedans are some of the most popular and widely available vehicles on the market.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $10,344

MPG
17-31
Seats
5

2008 Honda Accord
ESTIMATED RESALE: $9,579

MPG
17-31
Seats
5

2007 Honda Accord

Coupe, Hybrid, Midsize, Sedan


ESTIMATED RESALE: $7,823

MPG
20-34
Seats
5

2006 Honda Accord

Coupe, Hybrid, Midsize, Sedan


The 2006 Honda Accord falls in the car’s seventh generation, and Honda continues to keep this ever-popular auto as appealing and up-to-date as ever.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $6,995

MPG
20-34
Seats
5

2005 Honda Accord

Coupe, Hybrid, Midsize, Sedan


The 2005 Honda Accord comes in a wide variety of body styles and sub-models.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $6,294

MPG
21-37
Seats
5

2004 Honda Accord
ESTIMATED RESALE: $5,831

MPG
21-34
Seats
5

2003 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


The 2003 Honda Accord receives a huge refresh.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $5,462

MPG
21-33
Seats
5

2002 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


The 2002 Honda Accord retains popularity in America for years having established an excellent and loyal customer base.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $3,936

MPG
23-32
Seats
5

2001 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


The 2001 Honda Accord marks one of the best-selling cars in the U.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $3,508

MPG
23-32
Seats
5

2000 Honda Accord
ESTIMATED RESALE: $3,256

MPG
23-31
Seats
5

1999 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


The Honda Accord is consistently the best-selling car in America and has the highest resale value in its class.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $3,006

MPG
25-31
Seats
5

1998 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan


The 1998 Honda Accord, on paper, looks unimpressive.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $2,731

MPG
24-31
Seats
5

1997 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan, Wagon


The 1997 Honda Accord is a vehicle that might look fairly unimpressive, especially on paper; however, it's very deceptive in that regard.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $2,456

MPG
23-32
Seats
5

1996 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan, Wagon


The 1996 Honda Accord classifies as a midsize car manufactured by Honda.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $2,406

MPG
19-31
Seats
5

1995 Honda Accord

Coupe, Midsize, Sedan, Wagon


The Honda Accord is a midsize car and has been a prominent part of the automaker’s lineup since it was introduced in 1978.

ESTIMATED RESALE: $2,231

MPG
19-25
Seats
5

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