1995 Honda Accord EX 2.2 from North America


Great for poor college kids


The only things I have had to buy for this car, in two years and 40,000 miles, is 1 control arm, 1 ball joint, and a set of new tires (which I am going to get later this month).

General Comments:

This will probably be the best car I ever own. I reccomend it so much to kids that have to go to school (like me) and as a result can't afford to spend $500 a month on repairs/customizations on their car. Granted, it is a Honda, so it is plain, small, thin, and generaly a "boring car", but it will be the best INVESTMENT you will make if you can't afford to constantly spend money on a car, whether it be in repairs or payments.

On a side note, I bought the car in good condition, with 140,000 miles, and I plan on selling it in a few months, in which it will probably have 180,000 miles. I bought the car for $5500 and have recently been offered $3800 for it. I think that depreciation value is excellent. Great for poor college kids, rich college kids should buy an Audi.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 25th January, 2007

24th Jun 2007, 05:44

If you like this car so much, why did you give it a sad face?

27th Jan 2009, 03:33

This is the original poster, I can't believe I found this, or even remembered that I posted this. Oh yeah, I didn't mean to have a sad face, I don't remember why that is on there. Maybe the ratings I had to do? I don't know.

Anyway, I still have the car. Now it has 240,000 miles, and drives great. Since that post I have had a new thermostat put in and the brakes done. That's it. I guess I got the opposite of a lemon or something. It drives straight, doesn't make a whole lot of noise, gets great mileage, etc. I think it depends on the driver somewhat, and I have always driven this car slow.

1995 Honda Accord LX from North America


I loved my Accord!!!


- Had a handful of problems with the brakes, they never seemed to be in A+ condition for long, although I was probably a little hard on them

- Developed a moderate left lean on the steering

- Blinkers stopped working once, had to have them replaced.

General Comments:

Turning radius wasn't fabulous, acceleration was pretty good, hardly had any problems despite mileage over 100k, car is pretty roomy, good-looking and comfortable, GREAT value, felt like it could have kept running for another 100k!

Unfortunately I was in an accident and totaled the car. Despite the fact that I was hit pretty hard on the left front, I walked away with not even a bruise. For this reason I will say that this vehicle is very safe!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 17th January, 2007

1995 Honda Accord EX V6 from North America


Best $6,100 I've ever spent


Just needed new tires. The Car had Goodyears, but I replaced them with Yokohama's.

General Comments:

AWESOME CAR! Picked this baby up for only $6100. Its fully loaded with every avaliable option avaliable that year Leather, Moon roof, and a CD player (big option in 1995 you have to understand). "Sandy" is Tan with a tan interor.

The guy who owned this car last was VERY fussy, he had a journal that documented EVERYTHING he did to the car from when he bought it new back in 1995 to the present.

The Leather looks like new.

I have a feeling I'll be holding on to this car for a long time.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 7th December, 2006

7th Dec 2006, 08:46

I have a 1994 Accord with 245,000 miles and we call her "Goldie Lockes"

7th Dec 2006, 16:56

I'd be embarrassed to admit I paid $6,000 for ANY 12 year old Honda product. You could have gotten a very nice, low mileage and much newer American made car that would last you twice as long. You should have shopped around more.