by darren on Feb 3, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Accord EX 4dr Wagon
I loved this car. Purchased used w/140k on it 6 years ago. Sold it this week, with 225k. The interior STILL LOOKS NEW. The ride was like a cruise-missle-on-rails. Handling would put most sports cars to shame. Would go fast if you pushed it. Had to get used to the auto trannys whiplash shifting. Very versatile/useful for small family. Comfy on long hauls. Experienced 400-600$ in repairs annually, INCLUDING TIRES but that can be expected if you drive old cars. Did have to replace motor at 215k- suspected that damage due to faulty oil maintenance before I owned it finally caught up with it.Old engine consumed 2+qts between changes. Now needs less than 1qt. The car has gone on to its 4th happy owner.
by Walter on Nov 25, 2007 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Accord EX 4dr Wagon
This is an outstanding vehicle, I have 199,657 miles on this vehicle. It always accelerated well taking off and when I needed to pick up speed. I drive it to work 5 days some times 6 days a week. Never had any major mechanical work done. I plan to drive it for another 100,000 miles or have it overhaul if it is ever needed.
by Crazy about Imports on Aug 6, 2006 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Accord EX 4dr Wagon
This car has 207,000! The hatch is so great for hauling anything and the styling still looks great. Much more economical on gas than a van or SUV and more fun to drive. My husband had reservations about a wagon but he now loves the versatility and how much we can pack in it. The fact that the rear bottom seat cushions pull up for extra storage & cleaning is way cool. The seats are still firm after 16 years. We have had the usual replacing of old and worn parts but it has been an exceptional car. It is unfortunate that Honda does not make them anymore in a car market full of wagons & crossovers. It will be sold soon to make way for way for a Toyota Prius that we have on order.
by Jane W. on Aug 15, 2005 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Accord EX 4dr Wagon
I purchased my EX wagon new and have kept it serviced when scheduled. It is a great car and I can't understand why Honda doesn't bring back the wagon. The five speed transmission is fun to drive although the 4 cylinder engine doesn't have alot of "get up and go". But, it sure beats the mileage of the trucks and SUV's that fly past me at a take-off with their gas gauges nearing empty. I've driven my Honda from Ontario, Ca. to San Francisco with gas to spare. The car has given me nearly 280,000 miles and I'm sure will get to 350,000 before a new engine is needed. I replaced the factory clutch at 212,000 miles. What more could one ask for in a car ?
by steven A. on Jun 30, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Accord EX 4dr Wagon
With well over 200K on the odometer,
this baby runs like a dream needing
only routine maintenance. Only broke
down once in 12 years. Still feels
tight and solid with only one little
rattle in the dome light. Seems as if it
will last forever if you take
reasonable care of it. I am sold on
by deathbytech on Jan 14, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Accord EX 4dr Wagon
I've had this car alittle under 2
months and I love it. I bought it used
at 152000 but the previous owners kept
it in very good shape. It's extremely
driver friendly and very stylish. The
stock stereo that came with it was
lacking but technology has advanced
much with this feature. I got a nicer
deck for it and the stock speakers
aren't bad. I plan on getting
aftermarket speakers as well. Overall,
this is an excellent car with lots of
space for hauling equipment (I'm a
drummer) and unbelievable gas mileage.
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