How much does a 2007 Honda Accord transmission replacement cost?

Yesterday as I was on my daily commute to work, my Honda Accord completely stopped responding to acceleration and smelled like burning, so I pulled over and called a tow truck. The driver said it could be my transmission. Any idea what a 2007 Honda Accord transmission replacement costs?

Katherine Duffy · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We’re sorry to hear about your car troubles—breaking down can be stressful! Typically, you can expect to pay anywhere from $1,500 to $3,500 for a 2007 Honda Accord transmission replacement. These numbers can vary depending on the auto shop you decide to go with, where you’re located, and if the shop offers, whether you can replace the part with a new or refurbished transmission.
Unfortunately, this cost only covers the replacement part. Labor costs will set you back an additional $850 to $1,000. This is because replacing a transmission is hard work and happens over many days.
Car maintenance and repair costs can dent your wallet, especially when replacing the transmission. While it’s tough to save on these essential services, you can save on other car-related costs with
, the
#1 trusted super app
car insurance
Jerry allows you to compare quotes in as little as 45 seconds from more than 55 of America’s top insurance providers. The app helps you choose the best one for your needs and your wallet, so you can save money on your
Honda Accord car insurance
policy while still getting great coverage on your car.
MORE: Are Hondas expensive to maintain?
View full answer 
Jerry partners with more than 50 insurance companies, but our content is independently researched, written, and fact-checked by our team of editors and agents. We aren’t paid for reviews or other content.

Join 4M+ members in lowering their car insurance

Easiest way to compare and buy car insurance

No long forms
No spam or unwanted phone calls
Quotes from top insurance companies
Find insurance savings