Delivered April 29, 2003 with 210 miles on the clock.As of September 19, 2006 it has 78,000 on the clock.As of October 23, 2006 it's over 81,000 ....creeping up on 100k and the first timing belt change.As of December 21. 2006 I have logged 86,000 miles. The seatbelt anchor on the driver side has started creaking again so I will hit it with some spray lubricant and that should resolve that issue for another 40,000 miles or so.Another issue that has come up, however, is the rear brakes. The parking brake cable is apparently binding up and needs to be replaced. The binding caused excessive pad wear and some minimal rotor damage. The estimate for repair and replacement is $300.00. I drive pretty hard so the front brakes could use some attention as well. Estimate for the front is $200.00. I am not looking forward to $500 in oem brake work :-(May 1, 2007: I'm rolling up on 96,000 miles quickly. The rear brakes are done and working well but the fronts are still due. I have a 110k mile tune up due in the not so distant future. Nothing else to report.June 15, 2007: At almost 96,000 miles, I had the front brake pads changed and front rotors finally resurfaced for the first time. I'm pretty impressed with how the front brakes have held up considering that I tend to push them pretty hard. They have been performing poorly for several thousand miles but I am nonetheless impressed with their longevity given the use they have seen.As of this date the rears have had new pads twice and also had the rotors resurfaced. Although the rear brakes should last longer I had the parking brake freeze in the engaged position twice during cold winter weather resulting in premature rear brake wear.March, 2008: 105,000 mile service - timing beltAugust 9, 2008: 119,500 miles and going strong. Audio system has recently been enhanced.September 7, 2008: Over 121,000 miles.January 15, 2009: More than 126,000 miles. It was -17 this morning, -32 with the wind chill. The Accord lives outside, as it has its whole life. It started on the first try though I'll admit it didn't sound like it would. October 28, 2009: Now more than 136,000 miles. The brake light switch went bad somewhere in the last 30,000 miles and has caused the traction control lights to trip. I will have it fixed at the next service. I was quoted less than $65 for the repair. I have had a horrible screeching emanating from what sounds like the rear brakes for the last 6,000 miles. I had both the dealer and an independent shop check it out and have not been able to get it resolved. I'm overdue for a tire balance, rotation and front end alignment. This will be the first year that it will not have to live outside. The Accord has had shelter since this August.January 4, 2010: 139,xxx miles. Brake light switch fixed for 60-some dollars. I managed to break one of the headlight reflectors inside the headlight assembly when installing new bulbs. It didn't take much pressure (I was only using two fingers). Replacement of the headlight assembly was approximately $300. This car continues to start and run well.March 20, 2010: 141,500 miles. The screeching that started in 2009 was because the parking brake cable seized again. Because this was not diagnosed when I asked that it be checked out, the calipers ultimately seized as well. I Replaced the OEM rear brakes with Brembo rotors and Akebono pads from tirerack.com and calipers from Napa. The brakes feel supremely better and are, at long last silent. I have left the parking brake disconnected so that I don't have to replace the rear brakes again. I am annoyed at the dealer and the independent shop for their inability to resolve this issue much sooner.September 22, 2010: Sold! 150,000 miles... sold for 6K. That and my saved engagement ring money are going towards a 2002 Porsche Carrera 4S. I loved my Honda but it is certainly no Carrera 4S. I'll be adding a page for the porsche withn the week. The Carrera 4S page can be found here: http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3884875November 15, 2011: More than 171,xxx miles on it and still running strong.