by Ruchy on Dec 21, 2009 Vehicle: 1993 Honda Accord 10th Anniversary 4dr Sedan
This was my husband's car, well on 12/18/09 a budget rental truck slammed into the pass. side. She had 209k and NO signs of breakage coming soon. We drove away straight as an arrow, but it would cost more to fix, believe me we thought about it. THIS IS THE MOST RELIABLE CAR EVER!! I personally own a 91 accord wagon, had it for 12 yrs. she always starts, I have the oldest car at work, but it always gets me there. We were planning on giving it to our 15 yr. old son, nothing more important then knowing your child has a reliable car to get them home. But we decided to part it out and say good bye to the work horse. Definitely will always own Hondas.
by 1993 10th Anniversar on May 22, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Honda Accord 10th Anniversary 4dr Sedan
I still call my 1993 Honda Accord my new car. I do love it, but I don't like the whistling from the windows if I go more than 30 mph. Otherwise, I love my Honda and I will buy another. I love the style, the large front window and the large back window. No cars compete with that so far. Otherwise, I love my car.
by W Cooke on May 14, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Honda Accord 10th Anniversary 4dr Sedan
Since I wrote the last review on this car, things have only gotten much worse. Car now has 142k miles. Things that have had to be replaced so far: CV joints 2X, tie rod ends, upper ball joints and control arms, rear engine mount, A/C, ABS, rear rotors, front rotors 2X, exhaust 3X, oil pressure switch, oil pan gasket, power antenna, rear window seal, 6 headlamps. This car is much faster than its suspension can handle. I had heard that Honda built very reliable cars. This is 10 times over the WORST car I've ever owned.
by aloysius on Jul 25, 2004 Vehicle: 1993 Honda Accord 10th Anniversary 4dr Sedan
Bought this car new for my wife. (and
me too) traded in 1988 century. Bummer.
Have had wonderful luck with it.
Expensive to recharge A/C but worth.
Thinking of trading in for 2005
Odyssey. Seating kinda low making
getting out uncomfortable.
Engine purrs like a kitten.
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