Is a 2005 Honda Accord a v4?

Is a 2005 Honda Accord a v4?

2.4L I-4 Engine.

How many miles does a 2005 Honda Accord last?

Honda Accord models can last up to 250,000 to 300,000 miles, provided you service them regularly.

How much does a 2005 Honda Accord go for?

2005 Honda Accord Retail Prices

Trim MSRP Invoice
LX V6 $24,465 $21,522
LX $20,290 $17,800
EX V6 with Nav $29,365 N/A
DX $16,810 $14,673

Does a 2005 Honda Accord 4 cylinder have a timing belt?

If you have a 4-cylinder model from 2003-2007, you engine has a timing chain; if you have the V6 model from those years, it’s a timing belt. An Accord from 2008-2012 with a 4-cylinder engine will have a timing chain, whereas the V6 engine models have a timing belt.

How much HP does a 2005 Honda Accord have?

160 to 240 hp
2005 Honda Accord/Horsepower

How do I know if my 2005 Honda Accord is an EX or LX?

If you see a 7th Gen Accord that has rear trim lettering saying “EX”, then it’s the 4 cylinder. If it’s the EX-V6, the trim will simply say “V6”.

Is the 2005 Honda Accord a good car?

Roomy and stylish interior, tight build quality, smooth ride, powerful and efficient hybrid model, good crash test scores. Tepid handling, brakes should be more powerful.

What motor is in a 2005 Honda Accord?

2.4 L 4-cylinder
3.0 L V6
2005 Honda Accord/Engine

Does a 2005 Honda Accord have a timing belt or timing chain?

A 2005 Honda Accord with the 2.0l or 2.4l engine option, has a timing chain. If Your Accord has the 3.0l v6 engine option, You have a timing belt that will need replacement every 105,000 miles or 10 years; whichever comes first.

What did the Honda Accord look like in 2003?

Honda played up the 2003 models’ bold new look with ads asking “Accord, Is That You?” But typical of Honda, there was new substance to match the new style, including several first-time features and, come 2005, the first gasoline/electric powertrain available in a midsize car.

What kind of engine does the Honda Accord have?

©2007 Honda via Wieck The groundbreaking 2005 Accord Hybrid is powered by a V6. Like the Civic Hybrid, the Accord could not be driven on electricity alone, but needed no plug-in charging.

When did the Honda Accord Hybrid come out?

After following up with a hybrid version of its small Civic sedan for 2003, Honda introduced the 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid sedan, the first such car in the midsize class. Hybrids are usually touted for their low emissions and high fuel thrift, but the Accord Hybrid was marketed more on performance.

Are there any recalls on Honda Accord V6?

V6 engine (2002): Two problems were handled as a recall. The automatic tensioner for the timing belt malfunctions, resulting in excessive slack; a problem with the water pump casting causes misalignment of the timing belt. Both components were to be replaced at the same time.

What kind of engine does a Honda Accord have?

K24A3 – 197 hp (147 kW) at 6,800 rpm, 164 lb-ft (222 Nm) at 4,500 rpm. This engine is a Honda Accord engine. K24A4 – 160 hp (119 kW) at 5,500 rpm, 161 lb-ft (218 Nm) at 4,500 rpm.

What kind of compression ratio does Honda Accord have?

The K24Z3 for the US Honda Accord had a 10.7:1 compression ratio, produced less power and torque; it was just a K24Z2 engine but with a high flow exhaust system. The true K24Z2 features a 10.5:1 compression ratio, R40 intake manifold, and an integrated exhaust manifold.

How big is the intake valve on a Honda Accord?

The intake valve diameter is 35 mm, exhaust valve – 30 mm; valve stem diameter is 5.5 mm. It was equipped with a variable geometry intake manifold (Honda’s 2-stage PPA intake manifold made from aluminum and composite material) and a 60 mm throttle body. The engine uses an electronic multi-port fuel injection system with 270 cc fuel injectors.