Reasonably comfortable. Fairly quiet. Not much fun to drive. Very expensive to own. It gets 19/24 mpg. This for a 2.2 4-cylinder is ridiculous. Parts for this car are surprisingly costly. For instance, most car manufacturers will use two formed-rubber hoses (~$20) for the cooling system. Honda uses somewhere around 10, making the hoses alone ~$80. Another example: Honda designed the front brakes such that you must re-build the entire front-end to replace the rotors (a very high wear item). Other manufacturers keep the rotors on this two small screws. This makes a ~$200 repair closer to $800. Big disappointment overall. As the cost of ownership is equal, I'm selling this and buying a BMW.
Sunroof, leather seats, big windows and great visibility.
Nasty blind spot over driver's left shoulder. Car is waaaaaay too expensive to own. If I want BMW repair costs, I'll buy a BMW.
Love my car. (Yes I do own a lot of cars) Very dependable, nearly 181,000 miles on the odometer. Over these past 12 years I've replaced my timing-belt ($310 bucks!!!!!) Moonroof motor ($799.99!!!!) But she's running strong.
We bought this 1993 SE sedan in April
2001. It was a great car other than
axles and radiator nothing else really
went wrong. I sold the car to a Honda
junkyard in summer 2003. A man in an
old toyota truck pulled out right in
front of me. I was going about 40mph
the car held up great. It had
179,164.3 miles on it when it died.
Sunroof,leather,Bose stereo,fun to
I wish it had a 5-speed instead of auto
But SE models since 1991 have only
been available with automatics.
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