by Mike Nelson on Aug 1, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Civic 4dr Wagon 4WD
If a better all around vehicle has ever been made that is accessible to the average person, tell me about it, ok? I can't remember what the mileage was when purchased, but it was over 200,000 and I wasn't the least bit concerned about it. We had just had some typical Iowa winter weather when I road tested its 4x4 capabilities and bought it then and there. I eventually put in a new radiator, went through the clutch system entirely and had the suspension system bushings replaced. I have put well over the used purchase price into this vehicle without a single regret. With 240,000 miles and nearly 20 years old, it is a trusted daily driver.
by remington raider on May 2, 2007 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Civic 4dr Wagon 4WD
With 315,000 miles this car has always gotten me home, or at least to my mechanic, under its own power. I've not babied it. It's gone 110 mph at least twice since turning 300K. Commuting or highway MPG is about 27. We have an '85 with fewer miles and a better styled interior with many more configurations than I've seen before or since on any vehicle.
by Mook's Mom on Oct 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Honda Civic 4dr Wagon 4WD
I can't believe I was smart enough to
buy this car! My combined city/highway
mileage is still about 33 MPG. My
most expensive repair has been under
$500. After 14 years of moving large
dogs and lots of stuff, she is
beginning to show a little wear, but
is as solid and peppy as ever. I'm
predicting she has another 10-12 good
years, which is fortunate, since 1991
was the last year Honda made this
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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