Selling 2001 Honda Accord Manual Transmission for parts or repair.
Car ran OK up until a few weeks a go when the brake lines going to the rear rusted and gave way. I don't want to fix and want to sell as is. Car has been well maintained and this would be an easy fix for someone who wants to fix it.
Tires are new, with one tire worn on edge
Battery is new
Struts and springs were replaced at 245,000
Timing belt was replace at 245,000
Engine runs good, burns a little oil, have to add a quart or so between oil changes
Clutch is good, but probably worn, but could probably go another 50,000
Alternator whines through radio recently may need to be replaced also.
Body is in pretty good shape with rust in the rear wheel wells and scratches and dent typical for a car of this age
Front bumper is dented and has cut marks
Has Alpine CDA-9886 with Infinity and Morel speakers
Car would need to be towed as break lines to rear are rusted and leaked the fluid.
Price is reflecting that the car would need tow and needs some work.
Honda Accord for Sale
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Ah... let the April Fools' Day automotive jokes begin. Honda is kicking things off, following up on last year's Honda Hair joke with a prank video featuring the 2015 Honda Fit.
Wed, 05 Feb 2014 06:00:00 EST
It's called the Fit Kit, and as you might guess, it's a way to build your own version of the redesigned hatchback. There are 180,000 mechanical parts in the kit - some delivered by drone - but that doesn't seem at all daunting to the pair of obnoxious, self-described tinkerers that star in the Fit Kit ad.
Honestly, the video is pretty entertaining, with some biting satire of the DIY movement and its attendant cadre of mustachioed hipsters. Scroll down and have a look at both the video and the Fit Kit press release from Honda.
According to Consumer Reports, the automotive brands that stand out in the minds of car buyers are, in order: Toyota, Ford, Honda and Chevrolet. This news comes after the magazine polled its readers, asking them to take into account vehicle quality, safety, performance, value, fuel economy, design/style, and technology/innovation - which are the factors that car shoppers are most influenced by.
It's important to note that this award is only about perception. In other words, it's perceived quality, not actual quality. "Often, perception can be a trailing indicator, reflecting years of good or bad performance in a category, and it can also be influenced by headlines in the media," said Jeff Bartlett, Consumer Reports deputy automotive editor.
The brand that made the biggest jump in perception amongst Consumer Reports readers is Tesla, which posted an impressive 47-point gain to finish in fifth place. Subaru is also notable for finishing in the top 10, despite being one of the smaller manufacturers doing business in the US. Scroll down below for all the details from Consumer Reports, if you're so inclined.