The Accord is entirely redesigned for 1990. Nearly five inches longer than the previous model, the 1990 Accord has considerably more interior space than last year's model.
Cost to DriveCost to drive estimates for the 1990 Honda Accord LX 2dr Coupe and comparison vehicles are based on 15,000 miles per year (with a mix of 55% city and 45% highway driving) and energy estimates of $3.32 per gallon for regular unleaded in Virginia.
Yes, you read that right, my car's name is doofy. My car is over 20yrs old at this point, almost as old as i am, and runs like a dream!!! This car has raised my expectations of all cars! My doofy has about 210k miles on it with no problem in sight... in fact the guy i bought it from had drove it non-stop from washington state to florida without any problems, 2yrs ago!! How many 20yr old … cars would you do that in?! Only this one!!! At this point and age, yes it may need a paint job... but the engine on these cars are amazing, if you have the chance to buy one, I'd say you are not wasting ur money.... and you will probably be driving it for another 20 yrs!!!
5 out of 5 stars
Nothing like it!
LX 4dr Sedan
I have owned this car since 1990. You got it, it was brand spanking new. After 8 years, I gave it to my mom to use. I have since gotten it back, 24 yrs later. I had a mechanic look it over before driving it from California to Kansas. The only thing it needed was a new main relay, an ac charge and 4 new tires. For insurance sake, I had him replace the timing belt and water pump.
The … acceleration is just like when I first bought it. Handling is still smooth. All our mechanics told us that if there was a Honda model to own, it was that.
I own a 1996 Accord and a 2006 Odyssey and both vehicles, cosmetically suck. We have had more issues with the newer models than my 1990 Accord.
5 out of 5 stars
DX 4dr Sedan
I bought my Honda brand new after getting out of high school with 12 miles. it now has 496,000 miles on it and when my son starts driving in a month it will be his. Great car original engine.
5 out of 5 stars
EX 4dr Sedan
I have owned two 90 and one 91 Accord . One wrecked at 376,000 miles and was still going like new . These cars were built for the road . I travel 400 miles to NC at least three times a year . I have a 90 now with 192,000 miles on it and I haven't had to do anything to it ! Starts right up in the coldest weather . All have been 5 speed manual transmission , which is really better than the … automatic . All Hondas will last forever if you keep up the regular maintenance , which isn't expensive at all .
The Used 1990 Honda Accord is offered in the following submodels: Accord Sedan, Accord Coupe. Available styles include LX 2dr Coupe, DX 4dr Sedan, EX 2dr Coupe, DX 2dr Coupe, LX 4dr Sedan, and EX 4dr Sedan.
Pre-owned Honda Accord models are available with a 2.2 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 130 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1990 Honda Accord comes with front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.
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