I Have had a 91 civic dx (with a d16z6 engine) and It drove well. They are nice little eco cars but they get stolen alot because of it. mine was a canadian model and stolen twice before 2000 when it came to the US and then it was stolen another three times. But I also have had a 91 CRX hf and they both ran well and lasted 300k+ miles. The worst part about this car this whole car is... No cup holders, but other than that and being stolen alot it was a great cheap car that got 30-40 mpg (hb) and 40-50 mpg (CRX)
This is my first car. Bought 3/2012 from dealer for $5900. Driven by older lady just to store and garaged. Had 25,000 miles and everything looked new.No rust as not driven in rain nor snow.
Had records to prove it. Everything works and expect to own it for at least 200,000 more miles.Cheap to register and insure .
I have had a great run with this car as it is approaching 21 years old.
Drove it off the dealers lots brand new.
It has been through a lot of wear & tear and just keeps performing.
Purchased for reliability.
(Ironically became car young lads sought after and often approached to sell it....was stolen for this reason & recovered)
Accommodated my changing needs over the years.
Been another member of family.
Now that it is in its twilight year on the road, it will be reborn to race in the ice racing circuit.
Retired to the race track.
Or not, as may continue on the road under relative's care.
Can't keep this car down!
325,000 and counting.......
I got my 91 civic for 175 bucks CAN with 229,000km (which is low for the year) not too long ago, under 2 months. no problems so far, and doubt there will be any. it has the 1.5 5 speed, car has power for what it is. bought it off an old lady that owned it since new, just needed a timing belt when i got it.
My brother-in-law gave me this car when he bought a newer car, an Accord. He always maintained it per Honda recommendations & had very few problems with it. I have only needed minor repairs since I've owned it. It has the typical rust problem that most hondas in Michigan have. I am impressed with the reliability of this car. It was built to be simple, reliable, & economical. By the way, it has 584,000 miles on it as I write this review & it still runs good but the body will not hold out much longer. What more can I say?
Plain & simple.
How can you improve on a car with this many miles?
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