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6.4

fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
11,320 miles

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2014 Honda Accord suspension problems

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2014 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #8

Jan 012016

Accord

  • 30,000 miles

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

There is a very loud humming/roaring noise that is coming from the driver's side rear wheel. I thought it was tire related and was talked into new tires in which the problem is still there. After some research, it is looking as if the noise is being produced from the rear wheel bearing. I can turn sharply to the left, relieving pressure/weight from the left rear and the noise significantly reduces. Turning sharply to the right, (increasing pressure to the left rear) increases the noise. It is currently being diagnosed by my Honda dealer. The noise started at around 35K and has continually gotten worse.

- Spring, TX, USA

problem #7

Jan 292016

Accord

  • 27,500 miles
Shortly after buying my car brand new I heard a clunk noise come from the driver's side front wheel area. I brought it into the dealer and they said they could not find any problems. Today, at around 27K miles the noise has evolved into a rattle which is heard while going over small bumps or around a sweeping right hand turn.

- Fort Wayne, IN, USA

problem #6

Mar 112015

Accord

  • 16,000 miles
Popping and clunking noises in driver's side front end were due to improperly torqued lock nut on driver's side strut. Dealer inspected it and determined it was not compromised, so reinstalled it; therefore it must not have been defective, but improperly torqued.

- Orland, CA, USA

problem #5

Mar 092015

Accord

  • 16,000 miles

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

Upon being handed the keys to my brand new 2014 Honda Accord I noticed a lot of scratches near the doors. I thought it odd since it's a keyless entry car. The salesperson agreed that there shouldn't be scratches, and said those would probably come out, and offered me a courtesy "buffing." After taking possession of my new car, I noticed a clunking noise when backing out of my driveway and pulling onto the street. I also noticed it took more work to steer the car than my other car which I bought new five years ago. I also noticed some tape on both sides of the front bumper that hadn't been removed. In addition, the trunk lid wasn't adjusted properly, so it continually falls down when I'm at the trunk area. Now I am wondering if my new car was not only not "detailed, " but not properly inspected before "delivery." Furthermore, at 16,000 miles, it now has a constant popping noise in the driver's side of the front end. The air conditioning has also stopped working on the driver's side (dual climate control).

- Orland, CA, USA

problem #4

Oct 062014

Accord

  • miles
This is the fourth time that I have brought my vehicle to the dealer to be inspected. I finally got my car inspected a third time after contacting Honda corporate. The steering wheel had to be reset. However, the vehicle still does not drive straight. After an alignment and the steering wheel reset, the vehicle still pulls to the right. I have contacted Honda corporate and they are really useless. Their motto "helpful Honda" is the biggest load hot air ever. They are having someone from Honda corporate come to inspect the car now. But they refuse to work with me to take the car back, even though this is a major safety issue and this is the fourth time for it to be brought for service. The car is only 7 months old and has 7000 miles. All Honda had to say was to contact a third party. Heplful, was nothing close to the service and treatment I received from Honda so far.

- Canoga Park, CA, USA

problem #3

Jul 012014

Accord

  • 50 miles
Whenever I slow down the vehicle to make a left turn, the is a clicking sound made.

- San Jose, CA, USA

problem #2

Jun 232014

Accord

  • 1,000 miles
After a couple of months of driving my new 2014 Honda, I felt the car swaying and pulling to the right. It was difficult for me to keep the car driving straight. I took the car in to be inspected in August because the pulling became very severe even when driving 30mph I could feel it. They said the alignment was off and readjusted the alignment. The car drove much better. A month later now I feel the car start to pull to the right again. Not as bad as before but still noticeable. I tried to take it in and the dealership drove it around the block and said it was fine. I tried to explain it to them but they said its from the crown in the road. None of my other cars have had this problem. I have contact Honda corporate and waiting to be contacted. I had to go into the dealership and request the service director because I felt that this is a major safety issue and was not being taken serious.

- Canoga Park, CA, USA

problem #1

Feb 022014

Accord 4-cyl

  • 10 miles
The first time I drove my car in the freeway, after speed up to 50 or 55 the car started to shift to the left side strongly mandating me to pull the steering wheel to the right side to keep it in the lane, so I had to keep turning the steering wheel to the right to keep the car straight.

- Northridge, CA, USA

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