I bought this car used from a
reputable Honda dealership. I have
only owned it for nine months and now
I have to do all kinds of repairs to
it, just so I can trade it in and wash
my hands of a second rate psuedo Honda.
Since my purchase in December 2001, I
had the fuel gauge fixed ($450), and
now the ABS pump isn't working ($500),
and the clutch humms loudly when
depressed ($600-$1000). I can't wait
to get rid of this lemon. Do yourself
a favor, when you want to buy a honda,
make sure it is actually a Honda.
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