Removed Accord 7th Generation, i-Ctdi Exec, N22A1, Tourer - Fuel issues still runs well,£2850 open to offers

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  1. nauest Premium Member Club Supporter

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    Hi Guys, put a lot of thought into it and this car just isn't for me. It will need the fuel system working on soon as it can be hesitant to start when warm.

    Could be a great car with a little work.

    This car has full service record in the book, I have always serviced it with Genuine Honda Parts and used the correct premium engine oil (Exol, 0w30). The car has had a replacement Engine and Turbo, the new engine has done 42,000 miles in total and the turbo was brand new when installed. I am very particular for the quality of my cars, I like them smooth and quiet and get any rattles or vibrations fixed.

    Recent work done:
    - New Rear Suspension Bushes
    - New Front Drive Shafts (These were replaced as they where vibrating slightly, which distracted from the quality of the ride)
    - Double Service including new transmission fluid

    Features:
    - Touch Screen Sat nav, aircon and radio control
    - Fold down rear DVD player, sound through main car speakers or wireless headphones
    - Full Dual Zone Climate Control, Aircon is excellent
    - 6 CD Changer with Premium Audio System
    - AUX for Ipod/smartphone available via DVD player
    - Electric Sunroof
    - Electrically adjusted (4 point driver, 2 point passenger) and heated front seats
    - One move fold flat fold rear seats
    - Rear roll away cargo nets
    - Honda aero roof rails and removable racks
    - Rear roll up Tonneau cover
    - Remote central locking AND Remote key fob operated power tailgate open/close
    - Full electric windows
    - Cruise Control
    - Aftermarket Parking Sensors
    - Height and reach adjustable steering wheel
    - Steering wheel stereo / cruise control buttons
    - Rain Sensing windscreen wipers
    - Dehumidifier packs to reduce windscreen fogging
    - Factory premium Honda Alloy Wheels with good tyres

    Good Points:
    - Amazing interior quality all in good condition
    - Loads of handy storage
    - Fantastically Equipped
    - Excellent fuel economy, can get over 55 MPG on the motorway
    - Quiet and smooth ride
    - Silky smooth gear change and good clutch
    - Excellent Stereo
    - Never Failed an MOT

    Bad Points:
    - Paintwork could be better, some scratches and marks
    - Slight brake squeak, nothing unusual
    - Oil pump chain slightly noisy when cold, not as bad as others I have heard
    - Fuel system needs attention, likely injector on the way out as it can struggle to start when warm
    - Boot and tonneau cover slightly worn
    - MOT due soon, has been checked and should pass no problems

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  2. SpeedyGee Administrator Staff Team

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    That's a shame but GLWS Ned.
     
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  3. nauest Premium Member Club Supporter

    Netherlands Ned Texel
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    Yuh, pretty gutted but this is the way it is.

    Although I should be earning some more next year, tempted by a nice Petrol model and an LPG convert. I love the Car, hate the I-CTDI!
     
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  4. Chunkylover53 Expert Advisor ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    GLWS bud, please can you include the price you are looking for so I can include it in the original post?
     
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  5. nauest Premium Member Club Supporter

    Netherlands Ned Texel
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    @Chunkylover53 I am struggling with that a little bit. Bought the car fro £3500 couple of months back, but given the potential injector problem, what do you think its worth asking for?
     
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  6. Chunkylover53 Expert Advisor ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    I don't have a clue unfortunately, its just that the rules stipulate that a clear price is in place. @Staff, what would you value the car at?
     
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  7. Nels Moderator Staff Team

    The best I can suggest is to have a search through online to get an idea and go from there. :Unknown:
    It's worth as much, or as little as someone is willing to pay.
     
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  8. nauest Premium Member Club Supporter

    Netherlands Ned Texel
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    Lets say £2850 for now?
     
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  9. nauest Premium Member Club Supporter

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    Had one of those days where I realised how much I love this car! Also making progress not he starting issue. May be removing listing soon!
     
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  10. nauest Premium Member Club Supporter

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    @Chunkylover53 or @Nels Having a change of heart and some progress on the fix. Can you delete this thread!

    This car is too good to get rid of, I will make it work properly one way or another!

    (Or let me know how its done, couldn't figure it out!)
     
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  11. Nighthawk Guest

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    I have closed this for you and set it to removed (we don't delete threads)
     
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