How many miles can a 2013 Honda Accord last?

How Long Can a Honda Accord Last? A Honda Accord has the potential to last for 200,000 miles if it’s cared for properly, even if it’s an old Honda Accord like the models in our used inventory. Consumer Reports has claimed that Accord is one of the vehicles most likely to do so.

What problems do 2013 Honda Accords have?

2013 and 2014 Accords in particular seem prone to faulty starter motors and high engine oil consumption. Honda has recalled a number of Accords from 2013 through 2016 due to a defect in the battery sensor case, which can cause an electrical short and may account for some of the battery failure and no-start issues.

What is good mileage for a 2013 Honda Accord?

2013 Honda Accord

EPA MPG Owner MPG Estimates
2013 Honda Accord 4 cyl, 2.4 L, Automatic (AV-S7)
Regular Gasoline View Estimates How can I share my MPG?
27 combined city/highway MPG 24 city 34 highway 3.7 gals/ 100 miles
2013 Honda Accord 6 cyl, 3.5 L, Automatic 6-spd

Is 2013 Honda Accord a reliable car?

J.D. Power gave the 2013 Accord a reliability rating of three out of five, which is about average. However, many rivals earn higher marks for reliability.

What is considered high mileage for a Honda Accord?

Since an Accord can be expected to run up to 300,000 miles or more, we can also expect roughly 22 years of service. Thus, anything close to 22 years or 300,000 miles can be considered a high mileage Accord.

How long does a Honda Accord transmission last?

Some transmissions can last just over 10,000 miles, while others will last over 200,000 miles. Generally though, regular vehicle maintenance is the number one factor effecting a transmission’s lifespan, and good upkeep can help it last even longer.

Is there a recall on 2013 Honda Accord?

American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (Honda) is recalling certain model year 2013 Accord vehicles that are Low-Emission Vehicle (LEV) II rated that were manufactured January 15, 2013, through April 5, 2013. The fuel tank neck may be out of specification causing the fuel pump to not properly seal to the fuel tank.

Is the Honda Accord CVT transmission reliable?

The goods news here is that Honda makes some of the most reliable CVTs on the market today. Few owners have made complaints on Honda CVT reliability issues. It’s especially jarring compared to the problematic CVTs that Nissan has in their cars.

How long will a 2013 Honda last?

If they’re maintained properly, popular models such as Honda Accords and Honda Civics can last between 200,000 to 300,000 miles.

Are there any recalls on a 2013 Honda Accord?

What year Honda Accord is most reliable?

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.

How long does a Honda Accord timing belt last?

Typical Honda Timing Belt Replacement Interval In terms of more specific models of the cars, a standard Honda accord timing belt replacement interval is every 105,000 for those made after 1997, and every 90,000 miles for those made before that.