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Honda Accord, Sedan
#1 of 68 2007 accord 6mt sedan discussion
Nov 03, 2006 (8:23 pm)
I think this car deserves its own discussion
#2 of 68 New Owner: Accord 6mt sedan
Nov 03, 2006 (8:30 pm)
Just turned in my 2004 civic si. Decided I needed to grow up a little bit, having a family of 5. If the 2007 accord 6mt is growing up then I'm there. hoping there are more grown ups like me out there who still enjoy driving a stick with some power!
#3 of 68 Re: New Owner: Accord 6mt sedan [stikit]
Nov 04, 2006 (8:12 am)
.... hoping there are more grown ups like me out there who still enjoy driving a stick with some power!
...a few of us survive - -(not nearly enough to convince Toyota - for example - to offer more 5M/6M vee-hicles....).
#4 of 68 Subject adjusted
Nov 04, 2006 (9:55 am)
to make this discussion a little broader and more encompassing.
#5 of 68 Re: Subject adjusted [pat]
Nov 04, 2006 (10:57 am)
I already don't like stop and go traffic. If I had a manual transmission I would hate it. Too me, an automatic is so much easier. Everyone has his or her own priorities though, so what I like, is not necessarily what you like. Only you can decide which is right for you. My truck is a manual, and it's just a hassle IMO.
#6 of 68 Re: Subject adjusted [elroy5]
Nov 04, 2006 (3:07 pm)
To offer the flip side (but not to disagree with elroy)... I drive in a lot of stop and go traffic and I love the manual. Lots of coasting, especially when going downhill. I find that my mileage doesn't suffer nearly as much as I thought it would.
However, I'll bet I'm in the minority on this one. Of course, I'd be bored to death with an automatic.
#7 of 68 Manual or Auto
Nov 05, 2006 (6:56 pm)
I have a different reason for not buying the manual and that is resale value, Even though the MT and AT are the same price new(V6), I have to believe in 3 or 4 years the manual will be worth at least $1000 less than the AT. I know this is speculation however it's a demand issue, The demand for the AT is much greater. Just couldn't justify throwing money away on a manual.
#8 of 68 performance and fun
Nov 05, 2006 (7:31 pm)
For me it's ez, performance and fun. I looked at a few other cars in the price range ie: mazda speed6, although equally oufitted the mazda goes up to $32k+, the acura tsx and the subaru impreza. none of these dealers could come close to the lease deal I received on the honda. Even so, I love the combination of sportiness and luxury the Accord comes to the table with, and that's without any options.
#9 of 68 Re: Manual or Auto [kingr]
Nov 06, 2006 (5:03 am)
That hasn't been my experience... there is always someone who is looking for a manual. Of course, the auto costs more up front too.
#10 of 68 Re: Manual or Auto [tallman1]
Nov 06, 2006 (6:48 am)
Actually, in the V6 Accord, the 6-speed manual is the exact same price as the 5-speed Automatic.