THE EXPERTS SAY
To the end of last year, the big Honda sedan has sold more than 5000 examples. The best year was 2014, with 1760 sold.
The used listings are dominated by the V6L version and just 1.5 per cent of the vehicles are hybrids. One in three cars is grey.
The base VTi from 2013 ($31,490 new) is worth $15,350 and the V6L flagship ($51,990 new) is still valued at $25,250.
From 2017, the then base VTi-L ($43,990 new) is now $34,150 and the V6L ($52,590 new) is worth $40,650.
Against medium sedan rivals from 2013, the Accord level-pegs the Mazda6 for resale but holds its value better than the Toyota Camry, Subaru Liberty and Volkswagen Passat.
Reflecting both its ageing design and the attraction of newer rivals, the 2017 Accord is now a back marker to Camry,