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10.0

really awful
Crashes / Fires:
2 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
1 / 0
Average Mileage:
24,517 miles

About These NHTSA Complaints:

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2007 Honda Accord seat belts / air bags problems

seat belts / air bags problem

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2007 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #3

Jan 202010

Accord

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Letter from congressman defazio on behalf of constituent lewis mortensen re a defect in Honda vehicles the consumers wife was driving the vehicle. She was within 5 feet of the stop sign, with the intent to make a right turn when she was struck head-on by a 3/4 ton Dodge pickup. The force of the impact pushed the vehicle 65 feet backwards. She suffered a fractured sternum and a laceration on her left leg. The drivers side air bag failed to deploy during the collision. The consumer stated she found a mechanic who explained to that the air bag sensors were located beneath the front bumper. But, because of the height of the 3/4 ton pickup it didn't connect the air bag sensors on her vehicle and they were not programmed to deploy. Updated 07/20/10.

- Junction City, OR, USA

problem #2

Sep 152009

Accord

  • 48,550 miles
While parking my car in my garage, I had put it in park and took my foot of the brake pedal, my 2007 Honda Accord sedan lunged forward hitting my drywall, solar water heater, washer and dryer then it jumped back and stopped. I was so stunned as I didn't know what was happening here. Instantly the car decided to go in reverse at an accelerated rate down the hill of my driveway hitting the concrete side of my neighbor's garage, their car and bounced forward up the hill to hit my house again and stopped at the crest of the hill. The car is totaled. State farm insurance hired an investigator sea that decided that there are no deficiencies yet they failed to look at the transmission, electronic control module, powertrain only reviewed the brakes, tires, throttle. Can you help me. After reviewing an article of the Toyota and how they and other manufacturers have gone to a new electronic throttle control module which has resulted in the same type of problem, I accelerated as my foot was on the brake the whole time and the shift gear was in park. This needs to be investigated further. Possible new recall. There are several other incidents listed on the Honda malfunctions complaint page under 2007 Honda Accord with the same type of problems, cars being totaled and what recourse do we have as consumers? obviously state farm isn't going to pursue it with Honda just charge to me as an accident and probably drop me and raise my rates sky high. I need help on how to pursue this further. $10,000 damage to my house, car totaled @ $18,000+, and $19,000+ damage to my neighbor's house. Luckily no children were out and no deaths occurred as a result of this. The only air bag that deployed were the side curtains not the driver's side either.

- Tampa, FL, USA

problem #1

Jan 012009

Accord

  • 25,000 miles
I am concerned that Honda has used substandard brake rotors and faulty airbag equipment on some of their models. I owned a 2007 Honda Accord LX that required replacement of airbag components within two years of purchase(the car was new at purchase in 2007). It also developed faulty braking in the form of vibration and excessive stopping distances within 18 months of purchase--this was under mild driving conditions. I have been told by Honda that it is common for their brake rotors to need turning within two years of service, which, based on my experience with vehicles, would constitutes a marginally sound brake rotor. Substandard braking equipment coupled with questionable airbag components could lead to catastrophic consequences in the event of an incursion or near-incursion.

- Evans, GA, USA

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