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"As Good as Adveritised "
by James M
Newark, DE
Mileage: 100,500 miles
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This is our first Honda, and now I know why people keep them so long.

It's 7 years old with 100,000 miles, but it runs like new. Sure it's cost a bit of money in maintanence and repairs, but it's certainly cheaper than a new car. I just spent about $2000 on struts/shocks, timing belt, water pump, tuneup, accessory belt, and all fluids, but it runs like new now.
We've also had all 4 wheel bearings replaced over time, which is strange. It also seems to go through a set of tires every 30,000 miles, which is more than I like. I've been real good on all maintanence using only synthetic oil since new.

It's been to Florida and back to Delaware several times, and is the most comfortable riding vehicle that we could hope for. I