2nd Legend, 1st was a 88 coupe (loved it) that gave 185k spirited, trouble free miles. I have 120k on my GS (AT) and it feels as solid as a tank. At $42k new in 94, it is loaded with high (for 94 and today) technology and qty materials and parts. A few: dual piston front calipers, automatic traction control (really works on Colorado snow), pretensioners on seat belts, knock sensors so you can choose to burn regular (a little less power), excellent auto climate control, distributorless ignition, high qty, durable leather, and other interior material that look near new 11 years later. It's fast and easily moves away from 99% of other cars. It is cheap to keep and a tremendous used car value.
Sporty, fast, luxurious and remarkably reliable. Looks are classic and hid its true age. Love the look of the spoiler, still the nicest one on the road today.
I wish there was a cd in the dash rather than the cd changer in the trunk, but the Bose system has a good kick for a factory unit.
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