Owned since new and with 196k miles have only done routine maintenance. Replaced a 1987 Legend with 265k miles just wanted new parts but in ran fine when I sold it. I stay on top of all maintenance items and have replaced the timing belt and alternator but no tranny failure .. always change fluid ever 50k. At nearly 200k the car is still "tight" with no rattles and handles like a sports car rather than a sedan. Can't wait to get my next new one but since it's only about 1/2 thru its life it will be a few years. It's not for sale but if it were I hear the resale is very good. I never miss an oil change or other filter changes; I'm sure this makes a difference on a Honda or any other.
NO Rattles and tight running sedan that's roomy, easy to manuever, easy to see in all directions and gets good gas mileage. Like how the rear seat folds down and middle of rear seat folds down .. good for hauling. And powerful enough with a load and A/C on car perform above average.
Parts are expensive such $280 for new alternator. Air conditioner could be cooler .. on 95 degree day it struggles to cool vehicle.
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