I've owned many cars over the years. I am talking about Nissan, Toyota, Mercedes, Infinity, and of course Honda. I have a Honda Accord and even though the other cars that I've owned have served me well- my honda is MY favorite. In 60, 000 miles I have only changed the rotors and brakes, and the oil. Not that I am negligent- just that the car asks for little attention- it does it all and well! I am hating the fact that later on in life I will have to change cars and not be able to buy a new 2000 Honda Accord- I would've loved to buy two- keep one in the garage until I need it. The new models look great but the one I have is the best car to buy.
I love this car! The five speed is
fantastic and the car is surprisingly
peppy. It's a quiet body style - not
too pretentious or showy. The interior
is spacious for five adults or even car
seats if necessary. I put the back
seat down when I go to Home Depot and
use my bike rack on the roof to haul
other stuff. It's just a great car. I
hope to get 300,000 miles out of it
like three other navy blue Honda's I
Peppy acceleration. Roomy interior.
No blind spots. Good hauling ability.
Radio is pretty good, too.
my loyalty goes to honda, it has proven
to be the most reliable car I have ever
owned (besides the civic) a true value
when considering dependability vs. $$$$
at 120K miles still runing strong ,
only had to replace battery, and rotors,
still have original timing belt
although recomended to replace @105K
miles. excelent interior & exterior
intergrety .reliability a great plus
for single parents, students , and
single females who dont own stock in
repair shops and those who do not like
to throw away money in cheep disposable
cars and/or parts .
my favorite feture is the peppynes and
quick handeling of the manual
transmission . it truly has a nice
interstate driving ability and AN
ACCEPTABLE QUIET RIDE. Honda has really
kept up a good exterior design not too
After only having approx. 34,000
miles, noticed the gas pedal
sticking. Had to "Punch" it to get it
to release. Unfortunately, complained
to dealer 2 weeks after warrantly
expired (3 yr warranty). Was told
would have to pay $266.33 to have
throttle body unit replaced. I
thought was a safety issued, and
should be replaced free of charge.
Still in negotiation regarding this
I got the DX model, 135 horses but no
A/C, no CD player, no creature comforts
of any kind. It only has about 20,000
miles on it so I lucked out in getting
a reliable car, but I can't stand
knowing that come summer, I'll be
sweltering in my new black car.
Performance is decent, body style and
interior room is great. I like the
standard transmission, very driver-
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