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Is a 2001 Honda Accord coupe leather that has 177,000 miles worth buying? It s is really nice condition with new parts and timing chain?

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  • Is a 2001 Honda Accord coupe leather that has 177,000 miles worth buying? It s is really nice condition with new parts and timing chain?


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Answer #1 | 11/12 2015 22:09
Depends on what the seller is asking, of course. You can find it's current market value here. http://www.edmunds.com/appraisal/ Also, make sure the seller can show you proof of all service and maintenance receipts. Don't just take their word.
Answer #2 | 12/12 2015 00:34
That's high mileage, and it's fifteen years old. I personally wouldn't buy it, but Hondas last a long time.
Answer #3 | 22/02 2016 17:15
The big concern for a 2001 Accord is the transmission. If it has a 6 cylinder engine and automatic transmission it is in the heart of the Great Honda Automatic Transmission Debacle (1998-2004) that had the transmissions dropping like flies. If it has been modified by Honda, or if it is a 4 cylinder version, it is not a great concern. For either the 4 or 6 cylinder, it has a timing belt rather than a chain.
Answer #4 | 11/12 2015 22:04
For how much money? 177k is not that much but it better be cheap.
Answer #5 | 11/12 2015 22:17
Hondas especially easily last more than 250,000 miles - I wouldn't pay more than $3-4000 for it
Answer #6 | 11/12 2015 14:09
Depends on what the seller is asking, of course. You can find it's current market value here. http://www.edmunds.com/appraisal/ Also, make sure the seller can show you proof of all service and maintenance receipts. Don't just take their word.
Answer #7 | 11/12 2015 14:17
Hondas especially easily last more than 250,000 miles - I wouldn't pay more than $3-4000 for it
Answer #8 | 11/12 2015 16:34
That's high mileage, and it's fifteen years old. I personally wouldn't buy it, but Hondas last a long time.
Answer #9 | 22/02 2016 09:15
The big concern for a 2001 Accord is the transmission. If it has a 6 cylinder engine and automatic transmission it is in the heart of the Great Honda Automatic Transmission Debacle (1998-2004) that had the transmissions dropping like flies. If it has been modified by Honda, or if it is a 4 cylinder version, it is not a great concern. For either the 4 or 6 cylinder, it has a timing belt rather than a chain.
Answer #10 | 11/12 2015 14:04
For how much money? 177k is not that much but it better be cheap.

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