I recently purchased a 1993 Honda Civic Del Sol Si used with 170,222 miles on it. The car was purchased as is and had natural wear and tear. The purchase price price was $3,600 out the door. I took it immediately to a Honda dealership that I trust and purchased my other vehicle from. I had roughly $1,600 worth of repairs done to it. The costs were mainly due to labor charge but I was able to get extra services done for free. The belts were replaced and most seals replaced along with replacing all the fluids in the car. The windshield wipers were replaced as well. I enjoy the car and trust it to take me across the country, no problem. Total investment on this car is $5,200.
Removable Top and rear window lowers. Top stores away in the trunk. Great acceleration and lots of room to upgrade with aftermarket parts. Dealership gave me a 12,000 mile/ 1 year warranty for all the work done.
Car was made in 1993, it was build great for 17 years ago. No improvements.
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