this was my first car, i bough it with some problems in the suspension and the exahust(broken) many mechanics has told me that is one of the most strong transmission and engione ever... even the newer ones doesnt come as strong as those that were build in the 90's... also i did a research and i've found the engine has a lifespan of 500k if you take care of the oils and tune ups....
Great Little Car
A lot of car for the money and the year. Car still has many of the amenities that today's cars have and its 18 years old. Reliable, easy to get parts for and doesnt seem dated.
Its My First Girl Friend
I bought several economic sedan cars then a friend of mine bought an Accord with high price for economic car, he came to show it to me & before take to spin I told him it is not a good bargain, then after I did take it for a ride few days later I bought my Accord & I love every mint I drove it, In Iraq there is no speed limit not like here in US, in Baghdad I used to Drive my Accord at 160 KM/H about 100 mph like every day I drive to my work & when I came to US I been searching for a 1993 manual 2.2 white Accord like mine.
I have owned the car for 5 years and it has 271000Kms on it and it still runs great. AC still works, the only thing that doesn't work it he rear defrost, and the window was replaced , so it probably would still work. Easy car to work on and if oil sprayed will never rust.
Terrific car for the money
I bought this 1993 Honda Accord 10 year Anniversary Edition because I thought it would be dependable, and a great car for the money. I drove it back and forth to work about 30 miles each day. Unfortunately, someone hit me and totalled it out. But I loved the way it drove, and the way it looked. Was very dependable and handled well. Because it was older, some of the things had stopped working like the sunroof and cruise control. Overall, I loved this car and it was a really great buy for the money.
I bought my car in 2007 from the first owner with 118,000 mi on it. It now has 165,000 and still runs great. I've taken several road trips and have never had problems with it. I will definitely stick with Honda for my next car, but I will probably drive this one til it dies!
I am a student and I bout a old honda for and have been driving it for over 4 years and I bout it on 136,000 miles and its still runs like new, its that bet car ever, I and loyal to the Honda car making company.
Will probably never die
16 years and 237,000 miles of North Dakota weather and it still looks good inside and out. It runs really good and it shows no signs of breaking down anytime soon. Original engine and transmission. It doesnt leak oil even though its an older high mileaged car. The rusting is just starting to progress but when the car is washed it looks like a newer car rather than a 16 year old car. Its an lx and all of the power options still work in the car. I would have liked to have ABS, alloy rims, and a power moon roof on this car but its still a great buy. I have had this car for almost two years and put 34000 miles on it. Bought it from the original owner of the car who bought it new in 1993 and took great care of this car. I will definately get another honda accord in the future if this one ever quits but i dont think its going too.
Honda sure knows how to make cars.
This 15 year old Accord still drives like the day I drove it out of the showroom in 1993. We bought another Honda (Element) three years ago, and it too, runs great.