Is a 2008 Honda Accord V6 a good car?

Is a 2008 Honda Accord V6 a good car?

The wonderfully smooth and powerful 3.5-liter V6 is an excellent engine, producing strong acceleration and fuel economy; however, the 190-hp four-cylinder provides more than enough motivation. The new Accord is also quieter thanks to additional sound-deadening materials and body-stiffening measures.

Are 2008 Honda Accords fast?

It’s certainly fast. The sonorous and smooth 3.5-liter V-6 engine makes a solid 268 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque, enough to motivate the car from 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds, 0.2 second quicker than the Altima. The Accord reaches 100 mph from rest in 13.6 seconds, 2.1 seconds earlier than the Nissan.

How fast does a 2008 Honda Accord go?

141 mph
It’s a front-wheel drive front-engined medium sedan with 4 doors & 5 seats. With 198 hp, the naturally aspirated 2.4 Liter 16v Inline 4 gasoline engine (Honda K-series K24A) accelerates this Accord 2.4i to 62 mph in 8.1 seconds and on to a maximum speed of 141 mph.

How reliable is the 2008 Honda Accord?

2008 Honda Accord Warranty Consumer Guide rates the 2008 Accord as a Best Buy, but reports a few mechanical issues with previous Accords, including issues that range from defective sunroofs to the spontaneous activation of engine or brake warning lights. Still, reviews uphold Honda’s reputation for reliability.

Is the 2008 Honda Accord reliable?

As of July 2021, Consumer Reports rates the 2008 Accord as ‘average’, while the 2009-2012 model years are rated ‘above average’ for reliability and marked as ‘Recommended’ for used car buyers. Among competitors, the Camry with its soft and smooth ride is another great option.

How much does a 2008 Honda Accord engine cost?

2008 Honda Accord Engine – from $3636.99+ |

Does 2008 Honda Accord V6 have timing belt?

An Accord from 2008-2012 with a 4-cylinder engine will have a timing chain, whereas the V6 engine models have a timing belt. From 2013-2017, the 4-cylinder models still have a timing chain and the V6 models have a timing belt.

Are there any recalls on 2008 Honda Accord?

(Honda) is recalling certain model year 2008-2010 Accord vehicles. In the affected vehicles, the air bag control units may corrode and fail. Consequence: If the air bag control unit fails, the air bags may not deploy in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of occupant injury. Honda’s number for this recall is JW9.

What is the best year for a Honda Accord?

Known for the dependability and reliability of its engine, the Honda Accord has been one of the best selling family sized vehicles in America for the last 15 years or so. The year with the highest reliability and owner satisfaction was 2013 and 2011. The worst in 2000 through 2003 and 2008.

How big is the engine in a Honda Accord?

Also larger is the Accord’s SOHC 24-valve i-VTEC V6. It grows from 3.0 to 3.5 liters and swells in output from 240 horsepower to 268 hp at 6,200 rpm and 248 pound-feet of torque at 5,000 rpm. The additional power was apparent and appreciated in the EX-level test car, but it’s only the start of this engine’s talents.

What’s the quarter mile time on a Honda Accord?

At the test track, the new Accord hit 60 mph in 7.1 seconds and ran the quarter-mile in 15.5 seconds at 91.8 mph. That’s a solid improvement over the Accord in our last V6 Family Sedan Comparison Test, but it’s still well behind the Camry V6 that whomped to 60 in just 6.5 seconds and scorched the quarter in 14.6 seconds at 97.3 mph.

What’s the name of the new Honda Accord?

Our week with the new 2008 Honda Accord EX V6 certainly had its share of reaction from the neighbors. Obviously they noticed that Honda has made the Accord larger. “Holy Toledo,” said neighbor Jackson, poking his head in the Honda’s open window. “You can hold a circus in here.

What kind of styling does a Honda Accord have?

Through the years, Honda’s styling of the Accord has oscillated between conservatism, ultra-conservatism and just plain ugly. Let’s call this one conservative with a touch of upscale flair. In top-of-the-line EX trim, our test car looked rich with its low stance, 17-inch alloy wheels and smattering of chrome trim.

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