by malcolm on Dec 3, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Civic 2dr Hatchback
Everything works on it, and that includes even the tape deck! It has no optional equipment, is very stripped down, which I love. In two years, I've replaced the exhaust system, brake calipers, and CV boot. It has almost 150,000 miles and I expect to get 150,000 more. It costs me about $42/month to insure and I spend, even with gas exceeding $2.70/gal $25/week in gas. Everyone who tells me they had one, wishes they still had it, I've never heard anything bad about these cars. Perfect for students or commuters, and very roomy.
by billysim47 on Oct 7, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Civic 2dr Hatchback
I bought a 1991 Honda Civic 2 door Hatchback with 141000 miles and now have 182000 miles. So far I replaced a rear brake clamp. It is time for a timing belt replacement. This car has consistently given 36-44 miles per gallon with 39 being the average when driven 55mph. It is very reliable and nice to drive. It has a 5 speed standard transmission.
by David on Aug 18, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Civic 2dr Hatchback
Excellent car, easy to drive. Looks small but has a lot of interior space if you need to move something, just put down the two passenger seats and "voila" Big space. My 80 pounds dog loves the ride. I have taken long trips with my girlfriend and we have plenty of space for our things. Good on gas, I get about 40 mpg. Excellent machine, in 3 years I haven't hade any mechanical problem (regular maintenance like changing battery and radiator fan, but this is regular like changing ACs, faucets, or ceiling fans on your house).
by Hondaparts03 on Jan 6, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Civic 2dr Hatchback
89 to 91 civic si, are just simply fun.
I owned one since 91. No trouble at
all, until around 100k miles, i changed
the cv joint and alternator. Thats
about it. Just last summer, i changed
the motor into a B16. 2000 Si motor.
Everything fits great. Now i have 160
hp VTEC. 13K miles.
I have a 1991 Civic Wagon which I consider to be the holy grail of small cars, and I will gladly replace it with the Fit if it comes out in the US. The bottom line for me is that interior dimension-wi...
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