My dad & I purchased a 95' Del Sol
from a private party. It had 85xxx
miles when we bought it about a month
ago. We have already put on 1,500
miles. (My dad goes up to 100 miles a
day.) He loves it. No complants and it
drives like a top! Great gas. And so
what if the cup holders stink, we went
to Auto Zone & purchased a cup holder
that goes right through the seats &
works great. Many Stories behind the
Honda Del Sol & a name change! Yes, in
1995 Honda dropped the 'civic' part in
the title of the Del Sol. All we need
is a timing belt (in about 4k) & new
front & rear brakes (they have 30%
left in front.) Great car for teens
like me & very reliable.
The top. I don't have to worry about
some crazy guy with a knive trying to
steal my car at the supermarket. I
like the look and the feel of it when
driving. It handles like a Honda.
The cup holders. Um... I personally
have not heard 'squeaks' or have seen
any leaks since our purchase. (And it
has rained a couple times too.)
This is the most reliable car i've
ever had.It gets great gas
mileage.i've put over 40,000mi on this
car in the last 1 1/2 years and have
never had a single problem with it.
It's fun to drive and easy to
maintain. It's also pretty decent in
the snow...who would have thought? I
would definately recommend buying one.
performance, reliability, gas mileage,
sporty look, comfortable on long
trips, good in the white stuff
One owner car. Perfect body
condition. NO rust. All maintenance
records at delearship. 5000 miles per
year. Total 41,000 miles.
Hart top with no rattles. Easy pop off
of top, storage in trunk. Big trunk
for 2 golf bags, even with top
storage. Fun to drive. Eye catcher.
No wind noise when top is buttoned up.
Great standard sound system.