2005 Honda Accord

In the United States of America, the 2005 Honda Accord was termed the best midsize car sold. Everything that the Accord does is immaculate in terms of style, performance, and durability. The Honda Accord is available in four-door or two-door type sedans. The car is offered the option of either a V-6 engine or a four-cylinder engine. Other variants of the Vehicle are provided in many choices of different interiors and features. The wide range of trim models of the Honda Accord makes it a suitable car for any driver. Best known for its four-door sedan, which has been one of the best-selling cars in the United States since 1989

Overview of the car

In 2005 Honda afforded the Accord model in a hybrid variant too. This was done to tackle the challenge of high fuel average, wherein this hybrid variant, the Vehicle generates an excellent fuel economy to no emission is developed in this variant.

Accord is a car that has a unique combination of high quality and high technology with a particular focus on attention to detail and the everyday economy of operation. The EX and LX models of the Accord are brilliant cars that are integrated with convenience and comfort features. The EX variant comes with a leather interior which makes the Vehicle an affordable luxury sedan. In the V-6 engine variant of the Honda Accord, a sports appeal has been added to the car, whereas in the four-cylinder engine variant, the Vehicle is responsive and powerful, which provides high acceleration performance.

Following are the different variants of the car:

  • The Honda Accord DX which comes 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine
  • The Honda Accord LX with a higher level of equipment
  • The Honda Accord EX is offered with leather upholstery
  • The Honda Accord LX V-6 is being provided with luxury equipment.

Performance and Fuel Economy

The four-cylinder variant of the Honda Accord is considered the best midsize sedan in the United States because of the fantastic performance that it provides to the driver. The engine specifications of this variant are the 2.4-liter twin-cam four-cylinder engine that delivers around 160 horsepower with 5500 rpm with a torque of 161 pound-feet with 4500 rpm. The Honda’s i-VTEC valve train is installed in the car, which is responsible for adjusting the valve timings continuously according to the demand for solid torque over the entire rpm range. 

The fuel economy provided in the four-cylinder variant of the Honda Accord is estimated to be around 24 miles per gallon in the city and 34 miles per gallon on the highway in the automatic transmission variant. In the manual transmission variant of the Honda Acord, the Vehicle gives a fuel average of 26 miles per gallon in the city and 36 miles per gallon on the highway.

Quiet interior, ample power, handsome styling

The interior of the 2005 Honda Accord is firm, quiet, and smooth, and great seats are provided. These seats are tall and wide, where vibrations are reduced by urethane padding and springs. The driving seat in the premium models of the Accord is offered with power adjustments and manual height adjustments. The legroom provided in the front of the car is very generous.

The back bench seat of the Accord is comfortable and roomy, where a center armrest has been provided if only two people are sitting in the back. The trunk of this sedan is not as large as the other midsize sedans, but the loading has been made easy with the flat trunk floor.

The interior space of this sedan has been used very efficiently, with the climate and audio and the navigation system have been integrated into a single unit. This has freed up the space for more extensive cabin storage, where a glovebox has been provided.

Safety features of the Vehicle

The safety features of the 2005 Honda Accord feature an Anti-lock brake system, which has been made standard for all the car variants. The EX variant with the V-6 engine has been fitted with a traction control system. The curtains and side-impact airbags have been standard; dual front airbags are also included in the 205 Honda Accord.

Specification

  • Height: 58.9 in
  • Length: 201.3 in
  • Width: 73.0 in 
  • Curb weight: 3846 lb.
  • Passenger volume: 110 ft3
  • Trunk volume: 19 ft3

Engine type: DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum block 

Vehicle type: front-wheel-drive, 4-door sedan, 5-passenger, front-engine

Fuel Capacity / Gas Tank Size: 18.5 gal.

 C/D TEST RESULTS:

  • Zero to 130 mph: 36.0 sec
  • Zero to 100 mph: 16.0 sec
  • Zero to 60 mph: 6.1 sec

2005 Honda Accord Factory Service Manual

Honda released the Factory Service manual of the 2005 Honda Accord Manual for the models from 2003 to 2007. This service manual contains all the information and details of all the parts and features of the Vehicle. This factory service manual is published by Honda for all the car dealerships and car repair shops so that they can have access to all the details about the different parts of the car, and they can quickly diagnose the problem in the vehicle using this manual.

This factory service manual contains all the information about the brakes as in how they operate and what parts are used in them, it also has all the relevant information and details regarding the air conditioning system of the car, so that whenever a problem erupts in the design, with the help of the factory service manual the problem can be diagnosed and fixed. The factory service manual can be used by any person who even has the most basic concept of the mechanical features of the Vehicle.

2005 Honda Accord

2005 Honda Accord — Owner’s Manual

The Honda Accord Owners Manual provides all the relevant information needed to operate and use the different features of the Vehicle. The car owner has been given the owner’s manual to understand how to use and drive the car, from the essential elements to the more complex systems installed in the vehicle. The owner’s manual of the Honda Accord is made so that it is easy to understand and learn.

2005 Honda Accord electrical wiring diagram