In our brand new series, Truth or Myth, Alex takes his latest purchase to a Honda specialist for a full inspection. How bad will it be?


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    • Jimmy

      I'm just glad that where I am from there is no such thing as a inspection

      about 7 hours ago
    • William Hollinger
      William Hollinger

      That accord is so different then American version

      about 11 hours ago
    • XythionGaming

      10:19 when you nut but she keeps suckin

      about 8 days ago
    • Paul B
      Paul B

      Call it " The ShitBox "

      about 11 days ago
    • Mad Creator
      Mad Creator

      No eye pro?

      about 13 days ago
    • Anusuya Das
      Anusuya Das

      Never for once did you mention the year of this Accord. Perhaps I missed it. I’d suspect a 1997?

      This one sounds and looks like a Tony to me. Not a Trevor. Def not a Karen.

      With a little upkeep, Accords can practically go on forever. Speaking from experience. Those issues that you listed would be standard for an over 2-decade-old, badly neglected, 200k Accord. Goofy video.

      about 16 days ago
    • Finders Bleepers
      Finders Bleepers

      My 06 CRV has done 210thou and passed its mot with one advisory.
      And that was because the anti roll bar link had abit of play.
      Bought a pair now I’ve replaced at the cost of £22.

      about 17 days ago
    • Riley Heidenthal
      Riley Heidenthal

      this is bad? a car like this would be really clean where i live

      about 17 days ago
    • Jake Wheelie
      Jake Wheelie

      These cars are all made of steel which by nature just rots away. Heavy steel that kills performance as well. Everything connected to the chassis is steel. Manufacturers wouldn't make anything out of alloys. No. Not that. That would mean the product would last longer. Even Honda is guilty with the expectation of Ford, which has some aluminum vehicles. These car companies will regret it when no one can afford a car anymore because of maintenance and durability issues. It's like they're going backwards on purpose.

      about 19 days ago
    • Retro Gamer
      Retro Gamer

      10,000 Pounds that's used car with low mileage.

      about 20 days ago
    • Karthik Srivijay
      Karthik Srivijay

      Reminds me of Breaking Bad

      about 21 day ago
    • vlad hitcenko
      vlad hitcenko

      Haters video and also its England built Honda no Japanese built thisis why it so shitty

      about 23 days ago
    • BlueBaron3x7

      Well that Accord done better than my N Reg Rover 420 GSDi that once hit hit 70,000 miles really was the end of life for the car. Engine was fine apart from oil leak. But some rust and part failures meant it was time to go. Was costing £500-£1000 a year to keep on the road.

      about 24 days ago
    • Michael X
      Michael X

      Ship and sell the car in Eastern Europe.

      about 24 days ago
    • Meme In Black
      Meme In Black

      Short answer. Yes, because I have an insured and licensed 309,000 mile + Honda Accord 2002 ex sedan

      about 26 days ago
    • cLuTcH BleacH
      cLuTcH BleacH

      Jesus you have to do all that in Europe? Good ole Oregon doesn't even have emissions tests XD

      about 27 days ago
    • Lucijan Witchunter
      Lucijan Witchunter

      I got 6gen, 1.8VTEC, 240 000KM without any problems... Car is named a Silver Bullet XD

      about 28 days ago
    • mr fantastic
      mr fantastic

      My 200,000 mile Civic went right on through with no issues

      about 28 days ago
    • Willy Nelson
      Willy Nelson

      Where do you buy Tyres 11:07 ?

      about 1 month ago
    • Alexandar Hull-Richter
      Alexandar Hull-Richter

      That's interesting to me how many things they'd fail you for. I live in California, and I think most of the cheaper used cars for sale out here have several of the problems the said they'd fail you for. No one out here fixes foggy headlights, for instance, unless they really love their car, or are trying to get extra money when they sell it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Google User
      Google User

      You’re kinda hench still

      about 1 month ago
    • sol star
      sol star


      about 1 month ago
    • Gary Plummer
      Gary Plummer

      LMAO :-)

      about 1 month ago
    • Ethan Patrick
      Ethan Patrick

      Semi shit box

      about 1 month ago
    • Pexman 1969
      Pexman 1969

      Omg!,10000 to fix? Wtf! Some of it I will fix it by my self😖😖😖😊😊😊🤟🤟🤟👍👍👍USA

      about 1 month ago
    • Indrid Cold
      Indrid Cold

      200,000 miles is nothing. My vehicle will have 400,000 miles on the odometer this year. It will pass inspection flawlessly. The secret is do all your own repears, maintenance, and updates. A modern day, "professional," will only do thd bars minimum as fast as they can to get your vehicle running again when it fails. They are clock punchers forced to move your vehicle out as fast as they can, even if they cut a lot of preceedures and do things wrong. This will cause your vehicle to fail even worse very soon after you get it back. If you take the time to learn to repair, maintain, and upgrade your vehicle and do it yourself, you will take the time to do it right and take pride in your work. Buy a full set of tools, a diagnostic computer, schematics, and diagrams for your vehicle. You will save up to thousands and you will keep your vehicle 400% longer, if not more. I bought my current vehicle in 1996 new. I still have it today and she runs like new. Nobody has ever touched her mechanically. She will likely be with me for thirty more years.

      about 2 months ago
    • NZ WOTB
      NZ WOTB

      In New zealand it's called a wof

      about 2 months ago
    • ScattOnWalls

      These guys are clueless xD 200.000 is nothing for an Accord xD I had an Integra Type R with 360.000 on it smooth as hell. Had an Accord with 270.000 on it smooth as hell as well. Hondas have great engines and they can take a beating too without hurting the engine. I love Honda and I only drive Honda ♥

      about 2 months ago
    • 1066gaz

      How can it be £10,000 to fix it.
      It would cost me about £300 to do it myself buying from the scrapyard for to pass its mot.
      Shame to scrap it cos the body on the outside looks good and the engine will do another 100,000 miles.

      about 2 months ago
    • David Smith
      David Smith

      You have a small nose

      about 3 months ago