1989 Acura Legend Coupe L 2.7 litre from North America
No regrets... Mr. Honda did his stuff
Early trouble with the antenna - replaced twice since.
Early trouble with oxygen sensors - have been replaced.
Glove box door cheaply hinged - one side broke after less than 100K, whereas the one on my '77 Accord still works great.
Driver's seat motor noisier over time, but still works.
Tail light moisture seals fail over time.
Except for the gradually increasing hydraulic lifter noise (a precursor to major work according to my mechanic), the car is just as quiet inside as the day I drove it off the lot.
I make an occasional 14-hour drive from Oregon to California and back, and it's still a pleasure to drive.
I wish the driver's seat lumbar support was more effective.
For the original cost of the car, you'd expect things like the glove box door hinge to be better made.
Being the first generation Legend, it's still the best-looking model on the road (compared to current Acura designs especially) and still gets looks... probably because you don't see that many of them any more.
I wish there was a control for the antenna, so you could choose to leave it down if you're not using the radio, but still want to listen to music.
I wish the stock engine had a little more power, but I'm quite happy with the overall performance and definitely the comfort.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 24th February, 2014