1989 Honda CRX Si 1.6 from North America
It's like a Mr. Potato -head, you can modify basically anything on the car
My timing belt was replaced at 128,000 K's and it is just starting to go now at 235000.
Small tear in the driver's seat.
Car shudders sometimes when moving from stop, the clutch doesn't seem to be gripping enough.
This is my second CRX, and pound for pound, I believe that it is the best car for your money.
With that said, do not buy the first one you see unless you have a strong background in Honda cars.
I bought my last CRX for $4700, it had 135000 K's and I had to replace both tie-rods, the muffler, and brakes within 2000 K's of driving it.
Although my last CRX was a 1990, it had far more mechanical and cosmetic things wrong than my 1989 CRX.
I paid only $3000 for this one, and although I got a deal, I still have some work to do. That is why I bought another CRX, because I know how to repair them now and it is my project car for many years to come.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th February, 2003