by ronshelby on Feb 10, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Acura Legend LS 2dr Coupe
My 1995 Legend LS Coupe still looks and drives like a new car. No fluid leaks, no problems, and no complaints. Love cruising in it when I'm home. Too bad Honda hasn't ever built a replacement for it. The Legend Coupe is still a great car and the Bose Stereo remains wonderful.
by Janice on May 30, 2008 Vehicle: 1995 Acura Legend LS 2dr Coupe
I have owned my car for 12 years. I recently have had some work done; cv boots inner and outer, new tires etc., but in all these years other than normal maintenance it has been terrific. I love this car and although i also own a jaguar i just can't sell or trade it. It looks great, never had any accidents, only 80000 miles. So although it is 13 years old it still looks great and I still get compliments on the car. Can't beat that.
by DannyBoy on May 24, 2007 Vehicle: 1995 Acura Legend LS 2dr Coupe
I just turned 35 and have loved the Legend coupes since 91. Never got around to owning one until now. I decided to buy and sat and waited for a year until the perfect one found me. I am now a proud owner of a white 95 LS coupe with 67k original miles in spectacular shape, its 2007 and it has 67,000 miles, I am on cloud nine The car looks stunning (to me), interior is immaculate and it drives fantastic. I actually turned in a 2006 Audi A4 I thought about keeping until I purchased this car. It will be pampered until I can no longer drive anymore. And then I will still keep it.
by ken church on Sep 16, 2006 Vehicle: 1995 Acura Legend LS 2dr Coupe
Bought this car 6 months ago and it has been absolutley superb! Great reliability, really good performance for an auto, great sound from the engine and great looks. I probably won't give this car up any time soon. wish it got better fuel economy but it makes up for it in acceleration. CHICKS DIG THE CAR.
by 6 Speed Manual on Jul 14, 2003 Vehicle: 1995 Acura Legend LS 2dr Coupe
To sum this up in one sentance: these
cars rule. Once owned a 92 L coupe
(which I loved), and after the
accident, I went and picked up the 95
LS 6-speed. Even for a heavy Japanese
car, it flies with the manual (which
makes up for the low end torque). 0-
60mph in 6.3 seconds means you'll have
so much fun smoking ricers and giving
5.0s a run for their money. On top of
that, styling is immortal, fuel economy
in 6th gear is great and tranny stable
(even 30mhp cruising!), and reliability
is better than the that of brand new
cars. They are Legends ....enough said.
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