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Hello,

I have an 8th gen Accord Coupe EX in San Marino Red. It looks gangsta. Anyways, I thought I'd show each generation of Honda Accord from the 1300 to Gen 9 shown in red, coupe form, front and back, for your perusal enjoyment.

Cheers.

D.

THE ORIGINAL (1969-1973)

The is the car that started it all. Though technically not an Accord, the 1300 was the predecessor, the grandaddy of all the Accords that we love and cherish today.
Classic beauty.



FIRST GENERATION (1976-1981)

The very first iteration of the legendary Accord.



SECOND GENERATION (1982-1986)

Note the rather bland, workmanlike looks. The Accord was all business back then.



THIRD GENERATION: (1986-1989)

First and only generation with popup headlights. This was also the car that made the Accord a best-seller.



FOURTH GENERATION (1990-1993)

The Accord starts moving upmarket with more elegant lines.



FIFTH GENERATION (1993-1997)

The coupe starts to look stylish with nice swooping lines with this generation.



SIXTH GENERATION (1997-2002)

The funky Darth Vader rear end still looks fresh.



SEVENTH GENERATION (2002-2007)

I thought this was a bit too round but the side profile still looks nice.



EIGHTH GENERATION (2008-2012) -> My Car!!!

I love the cut, angular and aggressive look of this car. It's going to look fresh for years to come. This is my car.



NINTH GENERATION (2013-Present)

New generation. If the 8th gen coupe looks like a wolf, this new gen looks like a dog (according to Honda chief designer, and I agree). However, overall, this car looks more poised and the rear end is real nice.



Hope you enjoyed my pictorial journey of red Accord Coupes through the years. :D

Peace. Later. :wave:
 

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Honda made some good cars. Love the 6th and 7th gen coupes the most. I have the 7th gen v6 6 speed right now but really want the 2014 accord sport sedan
 

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2014 Accord Sport Sedan with 6MT is def. a nice car. Last of the Mohicans, what with midsize car makers getting away from MTs, such a shame. To hell with paddle shifters, I want my MT.

SatinSilver, Erica's going to be upset with you. Women love showing off and you just denied her that. Don't blame me when she gives you an earful. :tongue:
 

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The 7th gen is the best car honda ever made.

I'm not bias or anything.

7th gen is best gen ftw
 

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the 6th gen has my vote. such a simple, sporty looking car.
 

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the 6th gen has my vote. such a simple, sporty looking car.
Agreed. The taillights on this one were pretty cool too.
 

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I love the 03-07 Coupe, and 13-14 Coupe. 6-6 of course =)

The 90-93 was a really good car. The F22a1 motor is amazing for reliability.
 

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Nice car Dilly. I love my Red coupe, too.
 

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Nice car Dilly. I love my Red coupe, too.
Nice Ride dude :thmsup:

Mine is an I4, so I need to put a lip spoiler, skirts, perhaps tinting the tail lights, and I'm also going to lower the car and add side markers. Lots of work to do but that's the fun part!
 

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My first car was an 89 red coupe. I loved it. Zero issues in the 4 years of ownership. This was my last day as I traded it on a 93 del sol. Land vehicle Vehicle Car Sedan Coupé
 

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CB7 FTW! along with 3rd & 7th Gen.
 

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7th and 8th gen my faves so far....
 

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I had an 81 and 85 HB.

I would take either of those over what I have today.
They were simple to work on and got excellent milage.
 
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