Will a Honda Accord last 300 000 miles?
It could, but chances are you won’t last that long.
For a car to go 300K,it takes a long, long time.
If you drive 15k per year, which is more than average, you will need 20 years to go 300,000 miles.
That’s a very long time to drive one car..
Do Honda cars last long?
People who buy many models of Toyota and Honda cars can reasonably expect their car to last 300-400K miles if properly maintained.
How many miles does a car last on average?
200,000 milesA typical passenger car should last 200,000 miles or more, says Rich White, executive director of the nonprofit Car Care Council (which offers a free car care guide). Another way of looking at it: “The average lifespan [of a car] is now almost 12 years,” says Eric Lyman, chief analyst at TrueCar.
How long does the average Honda last?
If you take good care of your ride, you just might be able to keep driving your Civic for 20 years to reach 300,000 miles. All these then make the estimated average lifespan of a Honda Civic between 15 and 20 years. Most Civic owners, however, tend to keep their ride for at least 10 years.
Should I buy a Honda with 200k miles?
200k is 200k no matter how you shake it. Even if the engine or trans are decent they could blow up anytime. Plus the suspension will have 200k on it as well. Plus that vehicle has a timing belt that is probably due.
Which year of Honda Accord is the best?
The year with the highest reliability and owner satisfaction was 2013. Of the Accord’s numerous redesigns, the 2003 and 2008 changes seemed to introduce new problems. It was given a mediocre three out of five for its reliability verdict for model years 2000 through 2003, 2008, and 2018 through 2020.