by rodmanzer on Dec 10, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Honda Civic DX 2dr Coupe
I purchased this car in 2009 with 149,900 miles. The paint was original but the clear was coming off and the color was fading. It came with all new belts,hoses,radiator, ignition wires that I can see. It is an automatic with A/C and power steering. Disappointed no anti lock brakes they were an option.It runs perfect and a year later still does, it burns the normal amount of oil all engines do no matter the miles. It is a gutless wonder, rids like crud and you have to punch it just to get going but it gets great gas mileage and is very reliable. I worked for Honda in the service department so I knew what to get as a economy car used and I like to buy American GM's they are great too.
by Brent on Feb 26, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Honda Civic DX 2dr Coupe
Why don't they still make cars like this. I have 114k on this car and I am getting 40-42 mpg with a five speed manual trans. I drive conservatively so I get the gas mileage. I thought about buying a new civic but why??? Less mpg and a big dollar price. I hope to drive this for many years to come.
by JV on Aug 12, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 Honda Civic DX 2dr Coupe
Got this vehicle a few months ago (02/2007) at 143,000 miles and was pretty excited at first and started to appreciate everything about the vehicle - believing the "big hype about Civic's" more and more until last month (07/2007). The radiator blew up then other problems followed, even after a new radiator! It had an overheating problem before according to the previous owner, so maybe the previous owner was naive and careless and weakened the overall life of the car. Maybe it's because this model was manufactured in Canada as Honda of Canada Inc. Since this is my first Honda ever, it made a poor impression and I may never look at Honda's ever again, unless it's Japan made!
by Jack on Aug 16, 2005 Vehicle: 1994 Honda Civic DX 2dr Coupe
I bought this car for $200 from someone who tore up the tranny. It is a 5 speed and this kid didn't know how to drive one, so he learned on this car. It is great! The only reason I had to go into the tranny was because of him, and it was a simple fix. It has 156,000 miles on it, and it is very dependable. I do wish it was a little more comfortable, but it will do with gas being $2.80 a gallon. 42 MPG in a 12 year old car!!!
by pdog on Mar 10, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Honda Civic DX 2dr Coupe
This car gets the best gas mileage -
still up to 40 on the freeway. Front
and back seats are very comfortable
(unless you are >250lbs) and people
can't believe how much I can fit in the
trunk. The car handles ok, not great,
and has a decent ride(only 13" rims),
but car is quick if you are willing to
push it, since it is so light. Faster
than my friends Mini.
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