Honda Accord 2008 Problems

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Mazda 6 2004 vs Honda Accord 2008: Which should I buy?

Answered by CarsGuide 8 Mar 2019

Until you described the condition I would have said the Mazda, but if the condition were only fair I would think twice about it. On the surface it’s the better option, but I would want it checked by an expert to get a true reading on the overall condition. The Honda could be a good buy, the mileage isn’t excessive for the age, but you have to think about the future and what could happen in the next 2 to 3 years.

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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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Front brake pads in Accord

Answered by CarsGuide 4 Nov 2010

It's not unusual today to see rear brakes wearing faster than the fronts. There's nothing wrong with the brakes as such. Our brake specialist Howard Reynolds of Race Brakes says it is quite common on some Japanese and European cars, and appears to be a result of manufacturers trying to extract as much braking power from the rear brakes as they can. It seems to be worse in low speed city driving and appears at about the kays your car has done.

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