This 2011 Honda Accord Has Less Than 350 Miles
The car, which previously belonged to the American Honda Motor Company, and has only accumulated 342 miles since over the past nine years.
As many know, Bring a Trailer is an addictive website, with many unique vehicles that you just won't find anywhere else, and sometimes, those vehicles are ones you wouldn't expect to find on the website. A prime example of this is this San Marino Red 2011 Honda Accord EX-L V6 Coupe, which features only 342 original miles on its odometer. The car was kept by the American Honda Motor Company in Ohio (where the Accord is manufactured) until June of 2020, when it was acquired by the dealership that is selling it on BaT. Read on to find out more about the lowest-mileage eighth-generation Honda Accord in existence.
First, an overview: the eighth-generation of the American-market Honda Accord made its debut for the 2008 model year, and featured an evolutionary change over its seventh-generation predecessor. The 2011 model year brought a mid-cycle restyling for the Accord, which brought a new front fascia, new interior technology, new front head and rear tail lamps, and new wheel choices, among other changes. This particular eighth-generation Honda Accord is a 2011 model, and is the popular two-door coupe body style. Featured in San Marino Red Pearl Coat Metallic with a black leather-trimmed interior, the interior features sporty aluminum accent trim to offset the car's sporty exterior. Under the hood, you'll find Honda's 3.5L "J35" naturally-aspirated V6 gasoline engine, which, in the Accord, produces a potent 270 horsepower, and 251 lb. ft. of torque. Putting power through the front wheels (on a Front Wheel Drive (FWD) platform), this particular Accord features the highly-desirable six-speed manual transmission, which only adds to the fun of driving this sporty Honda. In terms of trim, this Accord is the top-of-the-line EX-L V6 trim level, which gives you many luxury amenities, such as a power moonroof, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, an integrated GPS navigation system with an in-dash, six-disc CD/MP3 changer, a premium audio system with an external amplifier, sporty eighteen-inch (18") aluminum-alloy wheels mounted on 235/45R18 all-season blackwall (BSW) tires, dual power-adjustable and heated front bucket seats, a split-folding rear bench seat, and much more. While the original window sticker provided with the car doesn't feature the original Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP), due to it being acquired by the American Honda Motor Company, this particular Accord, as equipped, stickered for $32,700, which was very reasonable for a car of this type back in 2011.
The American Honda Motor Company acquired this 2011 Accord Coupe brand new from Scott Robinson Honda in Torrance, California (a Honda franchise which is still operating today) on October 30th, 2010 (10/30/2010), where the company specially-ordered the car brand new. The original 235/45R18 all-season blackwall (BSW) tires are original to the car, sporting 2010 date codes. A clean, one-owner CarFax Vehicle History Report is included in the BaT listing, and shows the first service being performed on May 8th, 2020 (05/08/2020) at Honda's Torrance, California Service Center at 250 miles (although the details as to which services were performed are not provided in the CarFax Report). The last entry on the CarFax Report was an auto auction record, where the Accord was purchased by the selling dealership. Having purchased the car with 254 original miles, the selling dealer has only added about 100 miles to the clock since purchasing it. The car not only comes with the aforementioned CarFax Vehicle History Report, but also its two original keys and remote keyless entry transponders, the original valet key, all original owner's literature, and the original window sticker. This is quite possibly the cleanest and most well-preserved eighth-generation Honda Accord on the market, and as of this writing (09/21/2020), the car is going for $20,000, which is only $12,700 less than its original selling price nearly ten years ago. So, if you're looking for an eighth-generation Honda Accord that stands out from the rest, this one certainly takes the cake. You can view the car's BaT listing (and bid to own the car) right here: bringatrailer.com/listing/2011-honda-accord/
So, what do you think of this ultra low-mileage 2011 Honda Accord EX-L V6 Coupe? Would you consider bidding on this car, and what would you do with it if you were the winning bidder (would you drive it and rack up miles, or continue to preserve it in storage)? Let us know in the comments down below!