We bought the '12 LX-P in my sig in November 2012 with 12 miles showing. It just hit 75,000 this past Tuesday. I thought I'd share my observations of the car over that time. First, it's needed nothing other than a set of tires (Pirellis) at around 56K. The OEM Dunlops could have gone longer but winter was on its way and I wanted better tread for what turned out to be a mild winter with negligible frozen precipitation. I do oil changes sometime after 15% MM, which will be somewhere between 8 and 9K. I ran the factory fill 8700 miles, since Honda was pretty adamant that the FF be left in for a full normal interval. Oil consumption remains negligible. The car has averaged around 30 mpg, with a best ever tank of 34.6 mpg and a worst ever of 23.4 mpg. The Accord remains tight and rattle free and shows no signs of interior wear or exterior deterioration, as should be the case with a car this young. It is in the single-stage non-metallic white. The K24 makes ample power, and while it isn't as smooth and quiet an engine as those in earlier Accords we've owned, the car itself is quiet enough that you can't even hear the engine unless you really crank it. In highway driving, you hear neither drivetrain nor wind noise. You do hear some road noise, although the car is very quiet up into the mid-eighties. HVAC is good with strong AC and heat. The interior is cavernous, the seats are comfortable and the trunk is huge. This car easily swallowed four adults, an infant in car seat along with all of the gear required for a weekend trip with trunk room to spare. Ride quality seems a little firm given that this is basically everyman's sedan and tracking is not as good as past Hondas we've had. The primary downside is that there is nothing at all playful about this car. Earlier Accords encouraged attacking corners while this one doesn't. Open sweepers can be taken as fast as you'd like and there is minimal body roll, but in really tight, slower corners, you find a level of understeer I've not previously seen in any earlier Accord. Even the Gen 7 is a much sportier car to drive and the Gen 6 is even better. Anyway, the Accord has been satisfactory in every way as well as pretty unexciting. It was also really cheap new at $19.2K. In the case of freedom from repair as well as absolute reliability, unexciting is a good thing. I would like a little less understeer and a little stronger tracking, but other than that, I remain happy with this purchase. It has served us well and should continue to do so for another 75K, which should come up in less than four years at its current rate of use.