Rolls Royce for low income families
My Honda Civic is not really factory, but I'm sure that the factory ones are very good.
The car had a racing engine, but that blew up about a year ago. It's got a brand new engine now with about 40,000 miles on it.
The only other problems would be the tires leaking air, so I have to top the air up every week.
Like I said, this car has been fully tricked out, low rider body-kit, automatic doors (no door handles, push a button to get in). Paint job, low profile 17 inch tires, racing suspension, brakes, and steering. I drove non-custom Honda Accords and Civics, and since then I've always wanted a Honda. Now I have a factory motor transmission in my car, and it's really cheap on gas, and reliable. Not really all that fast, takes some time to pick up speed, but handles like a race car (like I said, the suspension is really beefed up).
I got this car from my neighbor, and when he had it, somebody hit him in the rear-end, but thankfully it's only cosmetic, frame and nothing else is damaged, except the trunk is held by a bungee cord. Car drives straight, I can let go of the wheel, rest my knee, and lay back and relax when I'm going to North Carolina.
I love my car and even Honda. I would recommend a Honda, preferably early 90s Civics (coupe, not hatchback), and Accords.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th May, 2011