Well, I bought this car with low miles (87,200) from an elderly woman, the car ran great, was garaged its entire life, and looked like new inside and out. I did spend money on maintenance, totalling $2400 alone, and had originally purchased for $1600, so $4000 isnt bad for a car thats impeccable, hasnt been mistreaded, and still has alot of life left in it. I sold it a few months after I bought it because I was desperate for money. I recently got a call from the woman the purchased it from me asking me if I would like to purchase it back from her. I did!!! I did'nt want to sell it to begin with, but as the saying goes: "If you love something, let it go, if it comes back it was yours..."
Design, Power, features, ABS, Sunroof, MPG, I average 28 city / 37 Highway!!!
Improved power windows. Rustproof the body if you get one...
In March 2002, I totalled the '97
Accord I had driven since it was new.
It had been a great car, but nowhere
near as good as the '93 Accord LX I
traded in on it. So, I found a '92
Accord with only 85K miles on it and I
love it! This is the best car I've
ever owned. My friends give me crap
for driving and older car, but I like
it better than anything new I've
driven. No problems at all, peppy
performance, very comfortable and fun
Acceleration, manual transmission,
front seat comfort
The factory stereo really sucked, so I
replaced it. The cupholders are only
good for soda cans and nothing
bigger. Not big gripes at all.
This is my third Honda, and my
favorite. I bought it with 125k and
have had only routine maintenance to do
on it. I love the visibility and
handling, which the newer ones lack.
The fuel economy is rare and the 5-spd
manual trans lends a feeling of
control. We just bought a 1999 Accord
EX and it's just not the same. They
don't ake 'em like they used to!
Wide-open visibility. Small-car feeling
of fun and easy handling, while still
offering ample trunk and leg room.
Reliability and economy.
Windows fog up and don't clear easily.
I have had to use the air conditioning
in the winter to clear out fog.
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