I know it doesn't make sense, but these tires are significantly better in the snow than my previous all seasons, despite being significantly wider. I will eventually step down to narrower wheels and tires, but not right now.Wait-what?
The EVOs(the widers) should be your summers! The LXs, your winters. Sorry to hear two of them have been repurposed
I guess the tread pattern counts for somethingI know it doesn't make sense, but these tires are significantly
better in the snow than my previous all seasons, despite being
significantly wider. I will eventually step down to narrower
wheels and tires, but not right now.
Congratulations! It looks like its in great shape. You’re a DA member, so I’m sure you know all the important things to check and keep an eye on with this model.The thing I did today with my 8th gen Accord is to buy it. I got a sweet deal from my aunt who sold me her 2010 EX-L with just 56K miles for just five grand. Probably close to half of what she could have got for it. I always knew she had a thing for me (wink wink).
Also today, and as I noted in the 7th gen forum, I sold my older 2005 Accord to CarMax for $1200. It had 283K miles on it and was the bare-bones DX model. I probably could have got more for it by selling it to an individual, but I just wanted to get it over with efficiently.
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I like them too, and these are in good shape. Plus they're easy to clean because the spokes are thick and chunky.I really like the stock EX wheels from this model. They look like these are in fantastic shape.
Good eye! It's actually been that way since I got the car in 2015. I'm going to have the rear bumper addressed in a few months, and I'll have them see what they can do with the hood then.I would try to have the shop pull that hood down a little in the middle to meet the nose clip a little more flushly.