1991 Honda Accord Overview

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Trims

DX
1 national listing
DX Coupe
1 national listing
EX
16 national listings
EX Coupe
2 national listings
EX Wagon
LX
11 national listings
LX Coupe
4 national listings
LX Wagon
4 national listings
SE
2 national listings

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Average User Score

4.15 stars

Based on 51 reviews

My Baby Elanor, The 1991 Honda Accord Ex by A.j.
 — Shes my baby, Elanor, and i love her. If you ever have the chance to buy one DONT pass it up itll make you sooo happy, considering gas prices i can go for weeks without getting gas. Hondas are the ... Read More
Awersome by Greezy
 — it was by far my fastest car that could out run a crown victoria it was a 92 exr jdm front bumber straight pipe to hks high powere exhaust bigger cam cold air intake koni yellow top coilovers and z ra... Read More
I Miss It by Gary
 — Awesome car, great handling. I have nothing bad to say about it aside from mediocre styling. It wasn't fast, but could easily get going. Great in the snow too. Lasted until it had 130,000 miles on i... Read More

1991 Honda Accord Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 51 reviews

1991 Honda Accord

The overall rating for the 1991 Honda Accord is still quite high, as close to 90% of those people driving one today would recommend this vehicle to prospective buyers.

In 1990, Honda caught the consumer's attention by expanding the Accord into becoming a true mid-size automobile.

For 1991, in addition to the roomy interior, Honda added features (like leather trim) that would appeal to a more "up-scale" market. The best part is that for well under $5,000, you can drive away in a car that seemingly will just keep on going, the Honda Accord.

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Honda Accord Questions

Ashley Brown
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Is The Front Axle Of A Honda Prelude Compatible With A Hona Accord

is the front axle of a honda prelude compatible with a hona accord cause I have a Honda prelude that I can take parts off of for my Honda accord

7 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)
Bobby Reisinger
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Car Starts And Runs As Long As I Keep Key Turned Over All The Way

6 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)
ed3in_j
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The Turning Signals Only Works To The Right And Not To The Left Hazard Work...

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Dread Mel
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What Makes Your Car Not Pass 30

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Dread Mel
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I Have A 91 Honda Accord Ex The Problem Is The Brakes Is To Hard Nd When I ...

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