1987 Acura Legend Coupe L 2.5 16-Valve V6 from North America
Excellent deal - the Honda V-6 will run seemingly forever with little beyond regular maintenance
Had to replace the master cylinder approximately one month after purchase.
Had to replace the windshield wiper linkage.
Front leather seats are severely cracked.
Only major engine issue is that shifts at high RPM can be a bit rough.
Honda's speed-sensitive steering tends to be a bit stiff when holding a bit of brake on while turning (e.g. into a parking spot)
Acceleration is excellent, engine runs like a charm.
Very comfortable ride, good performance, not as bad on gas as anticipated.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 2nd September, 2002
18th Nov 2002, 19:33
Your car has 24 valves, if, it is a Legend.
My 1988 Legend will be 15 years old in September 2003.
I have 195,000 miles on it, and, I still drive it over 100 mph.
A manual transmission is much faster than the automatic.
10th Feb 2005, 16:38
Any car in Manual is quicker, you get to choose the rpm you also manage the clutch therefor any error is only made by the driver.