The seashore mist metallic coupe now has 120,000+ miles on it and still runs great.
It uses a negligable amount of oil, and the oil stays clean between the changes.
I just changed all of the belts, thermostat, plugs, brake rotors, and tires.
The car runs like new except for a little belt screach when it's cold and/or wet.
I'm really anticipating getting 200,000+ out of this car.
My wife however, not so lucky.
A 2002 Honda Accord SE with the same mileage riddled with oil consumption problems (1/2 quart week) and a transmission that is holding on for dear life.
Easy to work on, great fit & finish, awesome gas mileage (ave. 34mpg).
Everything I need, and nothing I don't.
Not even going to say more power.
I understand that power and fuel economy do not go hand-in-hand.
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