Is Honda Accord 1999 a good car?

The Honda Accord is arguably the best mid-size sedan available. It does everything well. Completely redesigned last year, this sixth-generation Accord is a much better car than its predecessor – and that was a great car.

What year Honda Accord should I avoid?

The Honda Accord has an excellent track record in overall reliability and driver satisfaction. Overall, 2013 is the model year with the highest scores in reliability AND owner satisfaction. Model years 2000 through 2003 and also model year 2008 are consistently listed as years to avoid.

What generation is a 99 Accord?

Fourth Generation (1989-1993) With the risk of sounding like a broken record, the fourth-gen Accord was enlarged once more, fully qualifying for the midsize sedan status.

What Gen is the 96 accord?

sixth generation
The sixth generation Honda Accord was available as a four-door sedan or a two-door coupe and was produced by Honda from September 1997 (for the 1998 model year) to 2002 and from 1998 to 2003 in Europe.

How long will a 99 Honda Accord last?

This car can last you easily another 100,000 miles or more due to it being a Honda.

How fast can a 1999 Honda Accord go?

Power: 209 bhp (155 kW) @ 7200 rpm. Kerbweight: 1306 kgs (2879 lbs) Top Speed: 142 mph (228.5 kph) 0-60 mph (96.6 kph): 6.7 secs.

Which year model Honda Accord is best?

The Bottom Line Known for the dependability and reliability of its engine, the Honda Accord has been one of the best selling family sized vehicles in America for the last 15 years or so. The year with the highest reliability and owner satisfaction was 2013 and 2011. The worst in 2000 through 2003 and 2008.

How many miles can a Honda Accord last?

200,000 miles
Even though the average miles the Honda Accord lasts is around 200,000 miles, it can actually last up to 300,000 miles. However, if you want your Honda Accord to last this long, you need to be sure you bring it in for regular maintenance checks.

Is the Honda Accord SiR a family car?

As can be seen, the new E-CF4 Honda Accord SiR is a very interesting car indeed. What is unique is that this level of sportiness is offered in an essentially family oriented sedan, just like the 4-door EK4 Civic SiR and the 4-door DB8 Integra SiR, with very little compromise to the overall comfort of the car.

What kind of engine does Honda Accord SiR have?

When the EK-generation Civic arrived in 1995, the 4-door EK4 Civic Si continued with the B16A. This currently delivers 170ps in manual or 155ps in automatic form. The corresponding CF4 Accord SiR gained a newly designed engine, the F20B, 2.0l DOHC VTEC in configuration.

Where did the 1999 Honda Accord come from?

Mileage: N/A miles Body Type: Sedan Color: Silver Engine: 4 Cyl 2.3 L No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. 1st owner purchased on 07/07/99 and owned in MA until 10/05/20 • 2nd owner purchased on 01/14/21 and owned in NY until 02/17/21 • 3rd owner purchased on 03/03/21 and owned in NJ until Present.

What kind of seats does the Honda Accord SiR use?

As befits a DOHC-VTEC engined Honda, the CF4 uses semi-bucket seats that are based on Recaros. All of the SiRs uses these type of seats. They offer a very good balance between comfort and holding the body nice and stable during hard driving. Comfort is essential in the CF4 Accord since it’s considered luxury in many Asian countries.