You Have To Watch This Commercial Of This Used 1996 Honda Accord

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Trying to sell your old Honda? Take notes.

As we all know, Hondas can last forever as long as you take good care of them. However, sometimes you get the urge to get into something different (new), and that’s okay. Usually people put up their cars for sale on Craigslist or any other site you can sell automobiles on. When Anne Marie Avey, the owner of a 1996 Honda Accord EX Coupe decided that it was time to part ways with her daily driver, something incredible unfolded.

Her boyfriend (now fiancé) Max Lenman went above and beyond to make what could quite possibly be the best used car commercial we’ve ever seen. It stars the owner Anne herself driving her beloved CD7 along a nice winding road all while you hear professional voice over explain the beauty of driving an old Accord. From the short, yet sweet one-minute video, the Accord Coupe seems to be in pretty great condition aesthetically inside and out.

At the launch of the video on YouTube only just a few days ago, the starting price of the eBay auction started at $499.00. At the time of writing this with 71 bids, the price is currently at $5,200. That is quite high for a 21-year-old Accord with 141,095 miles on the odometer. Nevertheless, that’s what happens when you make an awesome for sale advert and post it on YouTube. With four days left in the auction, we wouldn’t be surprised if the price rose to the $8,000 – $10,000 range.

What did you think of the commercial and the Accord? Would you bid and swoop it up or pass? Let us know on the forum!

Longtime auto journalist, editor and photographer Matt Eugenio has contributed news stories, features, reviews, photography and more for over five years to the popular automotive websites Both Hand Drive, Drive Tribe, Motor1, and other popular media.

Matt is currently a featured writer for Internet Brands Auto Group's Corvette Forum, Honda-Tech, 6SpeedOnline, and Rennlist, among other auto sites.

Eugenio can be reached at [email protected].

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