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"The fleet"
by Rodney E
Fredericksburg, VA
Mileage: 225,000 miles
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Well, the 1985 Wagon was 225K at death. But the ones before and after that are really what tells the story, the 1990 Accord LX died at 250K (I think since the spedometer failed). Currently, there are 3 in the driveway, all at or beyond 100K (2002 Accord Sedan - 220K, 1999 Odyssey 120K - with a bad tranny even, and a 1989 Integra (it still says Honda on the Engine) - 99K). Not to mention the motorcycles - 1980 CX500C went 35K. Be good.
by John R on December 18, 2007 at 2:21 AM
My dad has one of those Wagons...they're beastly little cars...we have been searching high and low for a passenger side mirror...turns out they were an option back then haha
by JAKYNA PENN P on December 15, 2007 at 8:38 PM
HONDAS ARE THE BEST CARS EVER.