Year:2007
Make:Honda
Model:Accord
Mileage:204000 M
Transmission:Manual
Engine:3.0
Trim:EX-L
Selling my 2007 Honda Accord V6 Sedan 6 Speed Manual

It's time for me to move on. Great car and have a lot of great memories with it, but I'm buying a TL-S from a family member so this has got to go! I am the 2nd owner and bought it at 139k in 2016. It now sits at 205k. I drive it about twice a week so mileage will go up slightly.
Recent Maintenance
  • Oil changes regularly with full synthetic.
  • Timing belt and water pump kit done at 200k
  • New plugs at 200k
  • New pads, rotors, (all around) and rear calipers all done less then a year ago. Front calipers were replaced about 2 years ago and are still good.
  • New starter (less then a year ago)
  • New clutch switch (less then a year ago)
  • Newer tires. About 1.5 years ago.
  • New battery last year.
Modifications
  • Cold air intake with AEM filter
  • Magnaflow exhaust
  • HID kit. Also will include Auxbeam LED front low beams. Never installed them.
  • Rev9 Coilovers. Fully adjustable dampening and height. They are about 2-3 years old and still ride great. Right rear strut will not adjust dampening all the way. Gets a little more then halfway then stops. All height adjusters still work no problem.
  • TL-S Rear Sway Bar
  • Aftermarket Radio (JVC) with Bluetooth
  • Kicker front speakers and Amazon rear deck speakers
  • Newer 18in accord wheels.
Cons:
  • There is one weird thing and I’ll describe it the best I can. Sometimes when you go to start the car it will not start with the first turn of the key. Car doesn’t crank when this happens. Second turn of the key and it cranks and starts every time. Almost like it’s not registering the clutch is fully depressed when starting. It is why I replaced the starter and clutch switch, but since the car starts I didn’t chase it any further. I can’t regularly replicate it. Happens maybe once a week.
  • Very minor oil leak coming from rear main seal. Not worth doing unless you want to do the clutch. Clutch is original. Doesn’t slip.
  • Slight vibration while accelerating from lower speeds.
  • This is a 15 year old car and it is a daily driver. It has normal wear and tear. I am including adjustable rear arms to fully adjust the alignment. I never got around to installing them. Could use some new rear tires soon.
Price dropped. Any questions, feel free to ask. I tried to be as thorough as I could but I’ve had the car for 6 years so if there’s something you’re wondering about let me know. Located in VA Beach