I bought this car with 230k miles on it, the engine had already been replaced and I did all the maintenance i could on it at around 260k the power steering went out, at 280 the check engine light came on and auto zone could not help, granted i sold the car
I heard honda's are good cars and can last a long time. I bought this for 4000 with 154,000 miles. Was not worth it. The interior easily falls apart. It runs really badly and scares me. It's been in the shop about 4 or 5x in the last two months. it just came right out and already the check engine light is on. it basically shits itself going up any type of hill even a slight hill. it makes obnoxious noises when i lock the doors and randomly makes noises out of nowhere. i got a new starter and it still starts up really scarily. it vibrates and revs while in park. when i put my foot on the gas to accelerate it freaks out. I really hate this car and I pray I will make enough money to get a new 1
The maroon/red is a nice color
cassette player rejects everything
collects dust super fast
engine makes high pitched eerie noises
can not make it up a hill
Over 300,000 miles on original motor and transmission. Almost nothing has ever gone wrong with it, except it would shut off or not start, and problem was a recalled ignition switch, dealer fixed for free. Hope to get a half million miles out of it!
I had this car for two years and I
constantly had this car in and out the
shop getting minor things fixed on it.
I had brakes and rotors put on the car
3 times ( I have a heavy foot) but Im
fine with that. I brought the car when
it only had 77,000 miles on it. I had
water pump, timing belt, temperature
gauge, lower ball point replace on both
sides and CV boot, alternator and now I
need to replace one of my ABS speed
sensors and the engine light is on and
I dont know whats wrong with the car. I
take very good care of my car dont get
me wrong. Sometimes I just want to get
rid of it. As of right now it has
150,000 miles on it.
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