1991 Honda Accord LX 2.2 from North America


I love this car, and very proud to own one.


The only thing that has gone wrong with the car is the radiator started having trouble around 130,000 miles. It never really overheated although the temperature has climbed significantly.

Also, the rear quarter panels started to rust in the wheel well where the bumper and quarter panel meets.

General Comments:

The 1991 Honda Accord LX sedan was by far one of the smartest investments I have ever made with automobiles to date. I would definitely buy another one and never plan to sell the vehicle.

The car handles very nicely, and is fun to drive, especially in curves.

Final Grade: A-

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 27th May, 2003

1991 Honda Accord EX-R Automatic from North America


Good, but Great if you have the money to upgrade it


Rust along the back tires.

Paint coming off near the trim and on the windshield wipers.

Clock does not work.

Brake light seal in the back keeps leaking into the trunk.

Door lock on driver side does not work, have to use a key to lock it.

Transmission is harsh at times, especially between "Park" and "Neutral"

Antenna broke off in winter.

Seat belt is tough to get out.

Glass in the doors are loose.

Film is peeling off around the door.

Side compartment does not close properly.

Slow of the start (needs a turbo kit)

Air Conditioner is broken and cannot be fixed (environmental reasons)

General Comments:

Fast on the long run.

Comfortable seats.

Roomy and reliable.

Great, sporty look.

Excellent on gas.

Easy to make it look better and go faster.

Parts easy to find on the Internet and are not very expensive.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 14th May, 2003

1991 Honda Accord LX 2.2L 4 Cylinder from North America


Great first car


The engine fan ran extremely loudly.

Front left axle went bad at 167000 miles.

Oil leak caused spark plug wires to pop out. Had gaskets redone, worked fine.

Needed new buttons for drivers side window control.

Trunk leaked.

General Comments:

This car was totally fun to drive.

Good on gas.

Interior still looked good even after many miles and owners.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 12th May, 2003

1991 Honda Accord EX-R 2.2L from North America


Great car, holds it's value, but 1


Power lock on driver door doesn't lock properly. Have to manually lock it with key.

Master cylinder leaks at 170,000km.

Speed sensor went at 170,000km.

Antenna broke off during winter months as it was didn't go down and trunk was inadvertently closed on it.

Transmission shifting gears is harsh at times.

Sometimes have to turn steering wheel to turn ignition on.

Heater went at 165,000km. Needed to replace circuit board.

General Comments:

The car is very reliable, sporty and still trendy looking for being a 1991 model.

The paint job I have is still original and looks great.

Gas mileage is really good on the highway, average for city traffic.

Engine still purrs like a kitten.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 7th April, 2003

30th May 2003, 09:37

I just bought a 1991 Honda Accord Ex yesterday, and I must say that at 175,000 miles, it still drives like a new car. I must agree with the person who wrote the statement about having to manually lock the doors, antenna broken, speedometer sensor out, and sometimes my check engine light comes on too. But knowing that It's a Honda, I feel comfortable about my decision of buying this car.

1991 Honda Accord LX 2.2 inline 4 from North America


An Excellent Value


Clutch and right axle had to be replaced at 120000. I also had to replace the oil pan thanks to some idiot at a local lube place because he thought it need to be torqued on.

I have an unexplained rattle coming from the rear passenger side and the antenna makes a lot of noise. The automatic seatbelt has tried to kill my friends on numerous occasions.

General Comments:

The Accord is a good car! I get excellent mileage and above average reliability. How can you beat that! I love how it has some sportiness to it and the fact that it is comfortable at high speeds. I've had mine up to 120 mph (I regularly drive at 90 to 95 mph on a daily basis) and it handled wonderfully. The high resale value helps too. Too bad you can't get this kind of quality in an American made car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 17th March, 2003