Honda Accord Euro Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Honda Accord Euro reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Regular servicing

Answered by CarsGuide 4 Jan 2013

Have it serviced; there are many other things that are done at the service besides the oil and filter change that make it a must.

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Euro break down

Answered by CarsGuide 18 Jun 2012

Unfortunately it would appear you are dealing with an incompetent or deceptive dealer. Ask to see proof of what work has been done by the dealer, and have them justify their findings to you. I would also take the case to Honda direct and demand head office intervention. Also consider taking your case to consumer affairs.

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Accord paint fading

Answered by CarsGuide 19 Apr 2012

The offer is a pretty standard one across the industry. The thinking is that when it's re-sprayed you will have a car that looks like new, not six years old. That's in effect what you are paying for. If you are not happy with the offer go to the consumer affairs people and enlist their help in negotiating with Honda.

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Honda Euro Luxury sat-nav

Answered by CarsGuide 20 Oct 2011

The sat-nav disc you received in your car was current when the car was built, but not necessarily when the car was sold. That's a problem when cars are built in foreign countries usually many months before they're finally sold to customers here. It's something that new car buyers should be mindful of and do something about before they sign up for their new cars.

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Honda Accord CO2 sensor

Answered by CarsGuide 29 Sep 2011

Honda claimed an overall average of 9.2 L/100 km, but that's derived from a lab test and not real life. Even so it should be an indication of what you could expect, and that seems to be mirrored by your real life results. It would seem that it's probably running rich and your theory of a faulty CO2 sensor could be on the money. Your dealer should be able to check it and confirm if it's a problem or not.

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Ask Smithy Xtra Honda Accord LPG conversion

Answered by CarsGuide 5 Jul 2011

There is no reason it couldn’t be converted, but finding a kit is difficult because the demand from owners to convert the Accord has been low so there’s been little of no justification for LPG system manufacturers to develop kits. Call companies like Impco, Australian LPG Warehouse, Apollo, Sprint etc. and ask them about converting your car.

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Ask Smithy Xtra Warping brakes on Honda Accord

Answered by CarsGuide 12 Oct 2010

Your report is not the only one of rapid wear and warping of the rotors, but carmakers regard the wear as normal wear and tear. All brakes wear, so you have to determine if the wear on your car is indeed “normal” or something more. Certainly at 30,000 km you would appear to have a case.

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