What was the last year of the Accord wagon?
The engine in the EX gained a little more power, jumping from 130 to 140, and the cosmetics were changed, and that’s about it. It would be the last generation of Accord Wagons available in the states, producing the last one in 1997.
How many gallons does a 1996 Honda Accord hold?
Used 1996 Honda Accord EX Specs & Features
|Fuel & MPG|
|EPA mileage est. (cty/hwy)||22/28 MPG|
|Combined MPG||24 MPG|
|Range in miles (cty/hwy)||374.0/476.0 mi.|
|Fuel tank capacity||17.0 gal.|
What years did Honda make the Accord wagon?
|Class||Compact car (1976–1989) Mid-size car (1989–present)|
|Body style||3-door hatchback (1976–1989) 4-door sedan (1976–present) 2-door coupé (1989–2017) 5-door station wagon (1989–2015)|
Is Honda making an Accord wagon?
Of course, it’s highly unlikely that Honda will ever make another Accord wagon. The segment is quite small even in Europe, and the Germans dominate it already. But we can still imagine such a car and how practical it would be thanks to Sugar Design’s rendering.
Does a Honda Accord hold its value?
But the Accord serves its owners well over the long run, too. KBB expects that a 2017 Accord will be worth 43.5% of its original value after the first three years of ownership, and after five years, the Accord will be worth 31.8% of its original value.
Does the Honda Accord have a good resale value?
Kelley Blue Book rates the Honda Accord Hybrid at #1 in the hybrid/alternative energy class overall, with a current resale value estimate of 42.7% after 36 months and 31.7% after 60 months. The Accord holds up remarkably well over time.
What Motor came in a 96 Honda Accord?
The base Accord models come standard with a 2.2-liter, single overhead cam 16-valve, 4-cylinder engine coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission. The engine is rated 130 horsepower. Also available, on the uplevel EX models, is the 145-hp 16-valve, VTEC four cylinder on EX models.