I bought the car used with 89,000 on it. I've owned it since 2001 and now have 174,000. Had to replace the transmission at 150,000 ($2700) the window motors have gotten slow, but the sunroof still seems to be like new. The EGR has set off the Check engine light, the ABS light comes on and stays on, and the SRS light for the airbags has been on since about 3 months after I bought it. I've checked in to fixing these items and I might as well buy a new one.
I originally bought this car because itcost $4,000 less than a comparable usedAccord Coupe and much better drive thana Camry Solara. Now that I've had thecar for a year, I know I made the rightchoice. This car is ultra-smooth on thehighway. In the city, it's veryresponsive and has a stiff ride, but nottoo harsh. It has all the features Ineed and they all work well except forthe ac/heater which is a little slow. On the down side, this car is hard topark in tight spaces because of it'slarge turning radius, but this helps itsstability. The auto is a bit jerky, butsmooth if you accelerate fast enough. The only thing I've had to fix is thepower window motor so far.
flat torque curve, nice backside, largeand grippy wheels, roomy for a coupe,great handling, ultra quiet when notaccelerating, 30mpg with mostly highwaydriving and synthetic oil, and most ofall it turns heads even after 8 years
smaller turning radius, better cupholders, fold-down rear seats, cheapstereo for an Acura
u should definitely get it because
it's really comfortable and it's easy
to drive when u are a beginning
driver, nice handling and can be a
good family car, too. interior is the
best thing about the car that is so
grand that i would give it an A+++++
the back of the car
nothing really but expensive when
filling gasoline everytime for the 89.