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Honda Accord 2003-2007: problems, engines, fuel economy, pros and cons, photos

Updated: July 09, 2021

The 2003-2007 Accord is a roomy, well-designed mid-size car with good handling. The Accord scored well in government crash tests. It comes as a front-wheel drive sedan or two-door coupe, with a 4-cylinder or V6 engine. The 4-cylinder engine is good on gas.
Honda Accord 2003 interiorHonda Accord interior.
The interior is nicely finished. Front seats are comfortable and supportive. The rear seat space is generous. The trunk is large and the rear seatbacks fold down to accommodate longer items.

When it was newer, the Accord was one of the top recommended cars, however with age, problems are starting to show up. Some model years fared better than others. Still, it's not uncommon to find this generation Honda Accord lasting for well over 300,000 miles. What are some of the reported problems?

Reported problems:A starter motor can go at higher mileage. The symptom is the car won't start and the engine will not make a cranking sound when starting the car. Of course, a bad battery or another problem can also cause the same issue. To confirm a bad starter motor, mechanics usually test the battery first and then check the voltage at the starter control terminal, read more. Replacing a starter motor costs between $390 and $650. Watch these videosfor more info. At higher mileage, the air intake hose (duct)that connects the air filter to the throttle body can crack/break, causing a lack of power, stalling and the Check Engine light with the code P0171. It's a cheap part and is easy to replace. Read more about it here: Vacuum leaks. See these videos.

A bad oxygen sensor can cause the code P0141, which is quite common in this car. Replacing the sensor usually solves the problem. We found many videoson this problem.
Rear O2 sensor failures are common ($250-$430 to replace).

The audio & HVAC display not working is another common issue in early models. The solution is to replace an audio unit, although there are many YouTube videosdescribing the repair of the circuit board inside the audio system. This threadprovides some pictures.

A bad A/C clutch or clutch relay can cause the A/C not to work. The relay is cheap and easy to replace. Watch these YouTube videos.

There are numerous complaints about automatic transmission failures, mostly in the 2003 and 2004 V6 models, although there are some transmission complaints in the 4-cylinder models too. Replacing the transmission with a used unit or rebuilding it can cost up to $3,000.

Excessive engine oil consumption is mentioned often too. If you notice that the engine oil level drops as you drive, check it regularly and top up as needed. Driving with low oil level will cause the engine to wear faster.

Engines:Two engines were offered: the 166-hp 2.4L 4-cylinder K24 and the smooth and powerful 244-hp 3.0L J30 V6.
Honda Accord 2.4L 4-cylinder K24 engineHonda Accord 2.4L 4-cylinder i-VTEC engine.
Transmission choices included a 5-speed automatic or 5-speed manual. A 6-speed manual transmission was available in late EX V6 models. The K24 engine is well known and is used in many Honda cars. It is a fuel efficient low-maintenance workhorse, but you need to make sure it's not running low on oil. It's known to consume oil at higher mileage.

Fuel Economy:The 2007 4-cylinder automatic Accord is rated at 21/31 mpgcity highway or 25 mpg combined. The 2007 4-cylinder automatic Accord can travel for up to 431 miles (693km) on one 17.1-gallon (64.7L) tank of gas. The 2007 V6 Accord with an automatic transmission is rated at 18/26/21 mpg city/highway/combined.

Handling and ride:On the road, the Accord handles well. The steering is responsive and precise and provides a good road feel. The ride is firm but comfortable. Some road and wind noises are noticeable at higher speeds. The 4-cylinder engine is strong enough for daily driving, while the V6 is one of the most powerful in its class.

Timing belt or chain:The K24 4-cylinder engine has a timing chain, but the 3.0L V6 does have a timing beltthat needs to be replaced at recommended intervals.

Pros:Fuel economy in 4-cylinder models, V6 power, good handling, responsive steering, safety ratings, roomy interior, easy to maintain.

Cons:Road and wind noise, paint chips easily, automatic transmission problems in early models.

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Honda Accord 2008-2012 review
Used Toyota Camry 2002-2006 review

Overall:The 2003 and 2004 Accord have the most reported problems, and failing transmissions in the V6 Accord have been mentioned by many sources.
Honda Accord 20032003 Honda Accord.
As of June 2021, there are 918 complaints for the 2003 Accord and only 111 complaints for the 2005 Accord under the 'Powertrain' section at the NHTSA website. This means that the 4-cylinder 2005-2007 Accord is a better option. As of June 2021, the 2004, 2006 and 2007 Accord is listed as "Recommended" on the Consumer Reports website. There is also this YouTube videoof the 2003 Honda Accord hitting 400,000 miles.

What to look for when buying a used Honda Accord:Don't buy a car if the "Check Engine" light is on before you know what the problem is; once we have been contacted by a person who bought a Honda Accord over eBay with the "Check Engine" light on. After further diagnostic, It turned out that the engine needed to be rebuilt due to lack of compression in one of the cylinders. Check the automatic transmission fluid. If it smells burnt or looks very dirty, avoid the car.

During a test-drive, watch out for anything irregular with the automatic transmission; it is a weak spot. If there is a "clunk" or a long delay when shifting into Reverse, avoid the car. When inspecting a car, check the engine oil level; low oil level could indicate possible oil consumption.

Watch out for a noisy power steering pump. Make sure to test the CD changer. Check if the stereo and the heater control lights are working; if not, the repair could be expensive. Read more: How to inspect a used car - illustrated guide. This post has a well-done summary of common issues: 7th Gen FAQ. Before buying a car, have it inspected by an independent mechanic. Read also: What mileage is OK for a used car?

Maintenance:The Accord's paint chips easily; repair the chips and scratches in the paint before they get corroded. In the Rust Belt, it's a good idea to rust proof the underneath of the vehicle to protect important components. Check the engine oil level regularly, especially if the engine uses oil between the oil changes. When checking engine oil, If it appears too dirty on the dipstick, get the oil change done. Checking the oil level is easy. Read our maintenance checklistwith illustrations. With a V6 engine, be easier on your transmission. Change the transmission fluid at recommended intervals, using the original Honda transmission fluid. Once a year, have your car inspected in a garage to keep it safe. If you need an owner's manual, here is the link: Where to find an owner's manual.

Engine oil capacity:
Oil change, including filter:
2.4L 4-cylinder engine: 4.4 US qt. (4.2L)
3.0L V6 engine: 4.5 US qt. (4.3L)
Recommended oil viscosity: 5W-20.

Honda Accord Safety ratings:In the NHTSA frontal crash tests, the 2003-2007 Honda Accord received five stars for both the driver and the front passenger. In frontal offset crash tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the 2003-2007 Honda Accord received "Good" overall rating.

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Sours: https://www.samarins.com/reviews/accord_03.html

2006 Honda Accord

2006 Honda Accord 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Automatic 5-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:25

combined

city/highway

MPG

4.0 gals/ 100 miles

2006 Honda Accord 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Manual 5-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:26

combined

city/highway

MPG

3.8 gals/ 100 miles

2006 Honda Accord 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Automatic 5-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:21

combined

city/highway

MPG

4.8 gals/ 100 miles

2006 Honda Accord 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Manual 6-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:21

combined

city/highway

MPG

4.8 gals/ 100 miles

2006 Honda Accord Hybrid 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Automatic 5-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:25

combined

city/highway

MPG

4.0 gals/ 100 miles

Sours: https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/bymodel/2006_Honda_Accord.shtml
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Based on data from 560 vehicles, 46,358 fuel-ups and 14,304,339 miles of driving, the 2006 Honda Accord gets a combined Avg MPG of 25.79 with a 0.05 MPG margin of error.

Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 2345 outliers (4.81%) removed.

Following shows the average MPG of each of the 560 vehicles in the system.

  • Gold Accord

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed Sedan
    Added Jan 2012 • 335 Fuel-ups

    Property of mauirixxx

  • 22.6Avg MPG

  • My Accord

    2006 Honda Accord Type-S
    Added Aug 2017 • 327 Fuel-ups

    Property of Rafeek

  • 28.4Avg MPG

  • Goldie

    2006 Honda Accord
    Added Jul 2021 • 80 Fuel-ups

    Property of jaax

  • 23.8Avg MPG

  • Del’s Accord

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Jul 2018 • 171 Fuel-ups

    Property of Fuel_Tracker

  • 31.2Avg MPG

  • My Accord

    2006 Honda Accord SE
    Added Jun 2020 • 163 Fuel-ups

    Property of marronbarbara

  • 25.7Avg MPG

  • Accord

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Nov 2019 • 55 Fuel-ups

    Property of dtidmore

  • 24.9Avg MPG

  • My Accord

    2006 Honda Accord LX Special Edition 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Sep 2017 • 137 Fuel-ups

    Property of inder7691

  • 27.8Avg MPG

  • Gray Honda Sedan

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed Sedan
    Added Feb 2016 • 128 Fuel-ups

    Property of SanVito

  • 27.4Avg MPG

  • Honda Accord

    2006 Honda Accord LX Special Edition 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Mar 2017 • 512 Fuel-ups

    Property of Rangelt

  • 27.9Avg MPG

  • My Accord

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Mar 2020 • 60 Fuel-ups

    Property of joshuaq

  • 28.1Avg MPG

  • My Accord

    2006 Honda Accord LX 3.0L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Aug 2019 • 36 Fuel-ups

    Property of cluns4d

  • 21.5Avg MPG

  • Charlene

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Mar 2020 • 42 Fuel-ups

    Property of WolfpackBill

  • 31.3Avg MPG

  • Honda

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Sep 2016 • 915 Fuel-ups

    Property of brsr

  • 32.3Avg MPG

  • My Accord

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Mar 2021 • 32 Fuel-ups

    Property of haleypink88

  • 23.4Avg MPG

  • Honda Accord

    2006 Honda Accord LX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Sep 2016 • 560 Fuel-ups

    Property of alextiming

  • 26.0Avg MPG

  • Accord Euro Sports

    2006 Honda Accord V4 GAS Standard 6 Speed Sedan
    Added Sep 2017 • 219 Fuel-ups

    Property of Phoniclynx

  • 26.3Avg MPG

  • Honey the Accord

    2006 Honda Accord EX 3.0L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Dec 2019 • 113 Fuel-ups

    Property of naomicecilia

  • 23.1Avg MPG

  • Honda Accord

    2006 Honda Accord EX 2.4L L4 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
    Added Apr 2019 • 375 Fuel-ups

    Property of nf22

  • 28.0Avg MPG

  • Special K - 24

    2006 Honda Accord Type S H4 GAS Sedan
    Added Aug 2015 • 138 Fuel-ups

    Property of chickenbeef

  • 27.3Avg MPG

  • Honda Accord

    2006 Honda Accord K20 DIESEL Standard 6 Speed Sedan
    Added Jan 2020 • 239 Fuel-ups

    Property of fyanchev

  • 28.9Avg MPG

Sours: //www.fuelly.com
2006 Honda Accord LX 9 Mile City and Freeway Test Drive - ONE OWNER, New Tires, Drives Like New!
L/100kmNumber of Vehicles
6 liters per 100 kilometers7 vehicles
7 liters per 100 kilometers37 vehicles
8 liters per 100 kilometers98 vehicles
9 liters per 100 kilometers34 vehicles
10 liters per 100 kilometers21 vehicles
11 liters per 100 kilometers4 vehicles
12 liters per 100 kilometers0 vehicles
13 liters per 100 kilometers1 vehicles

What Our Members Are Saying about the Real Gas Mileage of the 2006 Honda Accord

2006 Honda Accord Real Gas Mileage: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
20074dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
about 27-28 mpg in Pittsburgh(hills and mountains) see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 244-horsepower 3.0L V6
5-speed automatic FWD
Gas mileage is better than last car but was not not a major consideration in buying car. Gas mileage average is 20 city, 28 highway. see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 253-horsepower 3.0L V6 Hybrid
5-speed automatic FWD
I have only put 1600 miles on it with about 900 of it highway miles at 70 - 80 MPH. To date I have 32 mpg combined. During my recent 700 mile round trip to Rochester NY, I got slightly over 34mpg. Not a Prius, however, much more comfy and with a V6! see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
Is pretty good for a car in its class. Probably no better than the Camry, but certainly better than the Aura, which I also had been seriously considering. see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed manual FWD
With the 4 cyl and manual transmission, I was getting 29-30 mph combined. Then I went to full synthetic oil and started getting 33-34 mph. Love that mileage in a comfortably sized car. see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed manual FWD
It is very good for a car of its size. Highway mileage has been a best of high thirties and one instance of 42 mpg. Typical highway mpg at 80mph is 32 to 33. see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
For a non-hybrid, and a mid-sized sedan, the fuel economy is very good. see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
Ok Not but would like better see full Honda Accord review
20074dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
Around 30 MPG on a trip---one of the best for full size car. Got 36 MPG on a round trip to Michigan. Drove at less than 70 MPH see full Honda Accord review
20064dr Sedan 166-horsepower 2.4L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
The fuel economy was very good considering the stop & go traffic of Phoenix as well as using the A/C extensively in the summer. see full Honda Accord review
2006 Honda Accord Real Gas Mileage: Cons
YearBody/PowertrainComment
20074dr Sedan 244-horsepower 3.0L V6
5-speed automatic FWD
the V-6 only gets 18-19 MPH around town, though this is offset by more power. see full Honda Accord review
 

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2006 Honda Accord Gas Mileage (L/100km): photograph by 2006 Honda Accord Gas Mileage (L/100km)
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