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2006 Honda Accord [CL]

2006 Honda Accord [CL] in Affaires étrangères, Mini-Series, 2010 IMDB Ep. 02

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: JP

2006 Honda Accord [CL]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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bref FR

2011-02-28 15:54

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I don't know why all 2003+ Accord are [CL9], which means 2.4 engine. They could be CL7 with 2.0l or CN1 with Diesel engine. Better put nothing than something wrong in my opinion.

By the way, this one is not a 2003, but mid-life restyled Accord, from 2006

dhill_cb7 US

2019-02-28 20:51

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bref wrote I don't know why all 2003+ Accord are [CL9], which means 2.4 engine. They could be CL7 with 2.0l or CN1 with Diesel engine. Better put nothing than something wrong in my opinion.

By the way, this one is not a 2003, but mid-life restyled Accord, from 2006


Someone must have thought that was the chassis code and everyone followed suit. I normally do not add the 3rd (6th in the vin) digit unless I know for certain it is that model.

However, something should be entered in the chassis area as opposed to being blank. That is why we use [CM] for the NA 2003-2007 accord if we do not know the engine. Sadly, some 2005-2007 hybrids are possibly lumped in there with them but we do not know if the images are grainy or blurred.

We normally use a default code until more details are presented to change it to another code. I think it should stay [CL] unless evidence surfaces to point to a diesel. It is like the Chevrolet Astro/GMC Safari debate. We default to Chevrolet if we cannot tell. I believe here would be the same instance as we default to the more popular/standard code until we know for certain it is a diesel.

If we have 20 people entering vehicles and using 20 different chassis codes everything will become an absolute mess for all the people that have worked to clean it up. Just my thoughts.

Edit: Here is a UK website about all registered accords and Diesels make up 0.8% of them still on the road dating before 2002: https://www.carlogbook.co.uk/honda/accord/

-- Last edit: 2019-02-28 20:57:38

Sandie SX

2019-02-28 21:12

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Honda simply didn't believe in diesels before the early 2000s, they briefly offered the 5th generation model with a Rover diesel engine from 1996-98 but before this shape of Accord they simply didn't make much effort with diesels explaining the low numbers of them. The 2.2 engine used in these was the first diesel engine of their own design.

The diesel was much more common on this shape of Accord at least in the UK, probably either the most common engine or a close second to the 2.0 petrol.

dhill_cb7 US

2019-02-28 21:16

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Thanks for the updated information. I did not know the 5th generation was offered with a diesel option. About the engine option I did not know they put that much emphasis on diesels in the early 2000's.

Sandie SX

2019-02-28 21:25

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Weirdest example of a diesel Honda is this: Link to "www.curbsideclassic.com"

dhill_cb7 US

2019-02-28 21:56

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LOL it isn't even a Honda! Basically in badges only.

Just like the Honda Passport was basically an Isuzu Trooper which is why we don't see any running anymore (sorry Isuzu fans). Or the opposite as why we still see Isuzu Oasis (Honda Odyssey) around (well I have not seen one recently) because they were all Honda parts.

Gamer DE

2019-02-28 22:10

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I saw this one back in 2010:
https://i.imgur.com/ow0QPXU.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/dan8CE1.jpg

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