Honda should have had the manual
transmission produced in the year V6
coupe. I would have rated it a 10
for "fun to drive" then. No issues
with it. I did have to take it to the
dealer at about 65k miles when the
check engine light came on. Free-of-
charge, the Honda dealership
reprogrammed the EGR system (exhaust
gas recirc) and the light hasn't came
on since. .
The finish/manufacturing of the car is
outstanding. I believe Honda produces
the best ergonomic and refined
interiors in cars today as demo'd by
the '98 EX.
The automatic transmission shifts
slightly rough sometimes (small lunge)
but careful driving can elminate that.
My factory CD player does not like to
play burnt CDs. Some days it will,
some it won't. My friend bought a '00
EX v6 coupe and it plays burnt CDs with
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