8 Most Common 2013-2017 9th-Gen Honda Accord Problems After 100,000 Miles

8 Most Common 2013-2017 9th-Gen Honda Accord Problems After 100,000 Miles

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Most common high-mileage 2013-2017 9th-gen Honda Accord problems guide highlights:

  • The 9th-gen Honda Accord is susceptible to high oil consumption, battery failure, infotainment glitches, and LED headlight problems at high miles
  • Honda addressed some of the 2013-2017 Accord’s automatic and CVT transmission issues, as well as some starter motor problems, but proper maintenance is critical
  • The 2013-2015 Accord’s steering failure is still under investigation, but the 2016-2017 ones should be fine

It’s almost a cliché how easy it is to recommend the Honda Accord, but it’s like that for several reasons. And not just new ones, either. The Honda Accord is also one of the best affordable used cars you can buy, particularly the recent 9th-gen 2013-2017 model. Not only does the 2013-2017 Accord offer some of the 2022 model’s features, but it’s generally reliable to boot. However, with the earliest 9th-gen models almost a decade old, some flaws are creeping in. So, if you’re looking for a used 9th-gen Honda Accord, these are the problems you should watch out for.

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