Hands down the best car I have ever owned or driven. I bought it with 120K miles and now have 192K miles on it. 45+ MPG on the highway, easy to drive in town. You can park it anywhere. I had to replace the clutch, very easy repair and only cost $117. It is tighter and feels more solid than my wife's 2003 GMC. It simply never has any problems. Acts as if it has at least 300,000 miles left in it.
Mechanical build quality, Very easy car to work on, simple straightforward design
Need to add a not for sale sign to it. They no longer build them
I bought this car a year or so ago. I paid about $500 over Market Value for it, but they're getting so hard to find in original un-molested shape.I have done very very little to it, except drive it, and even with 220k miles on it, it still gets a *COMBINED* 44.5 Miles Per Gallon!!! Best car buying decision I ever made!
Fuel Mileage, Handling, Nice Exterior Design
Wish it had cup-holders! It's also a bit of work for taller people to get out of, since it's low to the ground.
I have had the car 8 years.
It has been the best car I have ever
owned. The little 4 cyl is not a power
house. But it still will do 70 mph all
day long like nothing. As well as get
40-42 mpg. I now have 197000. It still
runs like a top. I'm quite sure it will
go to 300,000 miles easily. I hate to
sell it it runs so good. It's the best
work car I have ever had. The a/c works
Very dependable. Good seating. Solid
suspension. At almost 200,000 miles the
shocks are original and it still rides
The only drawback is safety. if you get
hit in this one. Your probably done
for. It's not a young kids car. I think
I would buy them a Volvo.
Visualy, this car's exterior design is
just amazing, and it's one of Honda's
most aerodynamic. While most 2-seaters
barely leave you with enough room for
your groceries, this little car has an
interior capable of transporting 2 adult
sized bikes + 1 passenger (this is NOT
recomended, however!) While the stock
engine seems far underpowered by todays
standards, at around 2k lbs and equiped
with the superior dual-wishbone
suspension, this car is quite nimble.
Did I mention the gas mileage? Well,
drivers of the HF model still brag about
their cars getting 45mpg. To beat that,
you'll have to buy gas/electric hybrid.
Deceptively roomy interior, crisp dual
wishbone suspunsion, ultra light weight,
timeless design, and superior fuel economy.
Got a family of 5? Then this isn't the
car for you!
How about a 160hp DOHC vtec engine, and
power steering? That would be nice.
I have always wanted a CRX. Before I
knew anything about the aftermarket
mods that could be done to it, the
look of the car was so attractive to
me. It is a unique car. I bought mine
with 142000 miles on it. No problems
and I have put another 3000 miles on
it. I plan on completing a swap on it
in the near future. It is a
beautifully handling car, a lot of
power (even with the 62 hp Hf), and
gas mileage is beyond compare. Even
with high gas prices I can still fill
the car up with a mid grade and higher
gas for less than ten bucks.
Everything about the CRX is amazing
Engine swaps and small upgrades make
the CRX untouchable