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1986 Honda Accord LXReview
Kelly writes:
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Functional And Fun — One of my first cars. I enjoyed driving it, flip headlights are fun and along with the lower seating felt a little sporty....but not much :)

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1986 Honda Accord LXReview
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Fanominal, Outstanding,flat Out Imprest — this car can take punishment. Im not nown for being easy on my cars and i havent been on this one ,and the responce i get from it is , give me more,.. Ive been in mud and cant belive i didnt get stuck . i've gone up on a mountain to text in deep snow .8 to 10 inches uncut snow and i went right to the top never came out of second and this wasnt no simlpe road, like i said im known for torchering my cars and this one jusy wants more and stays looking nice while at it i rate it a 10

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: well I've owned over 400 cars and trucks and this is my first honda.And I am absolutly amased by this little car.I know what the specs say but I'm getting on aveage 39-40 miles to the gallon. I put in 11 gallons of sheveron priemium and went 400 miles before refueling. and that not just hightway. thats city--spokane wa,.. thats highway and thats back road up in the hills dirt road gettin it. im 51 years old but hey i been a road runner all my life and this car still amases me again and a gin. Im not easy on my cars.ive tested it in the snow ,put a couple vids on f.b. i draged a 3/4 ton chev off a mountain it snow ,ive pulled station wagon on its side to scrap partw cuz my friends truck was down i've been in mud and just cant seem to get this car stuck, ofcorse im not cheep on tires. .my machanic says change the timing belt every 60,000 miles ans it will run over 500,000 miles easy.it had 142,000 when i bought it ,in 3 1/2 month i now have 157,000 miles and it runs better than the day i bought itinthe snow its is just plain awsome ive never been so imprest by a litle car before .with the last name of Dodge its alot for me to have this high of regard for a imports..honda , my hats off to you ,well done

Cons: im kind of a big guy,alright I'm big,lol and its just a bit dificult to get in and out of but once in she fits like a nice glove

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1986 Honda Accord DX HatchbackReview
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Awesome Commuter, Looker, And Over All Value. Plus She'll Run Forever. — I've got a Dx Hatchback, with 97xxx miles, yep, thats right. She has been reliable, well cared for, as long as you do the oil changes frequently. AND I can work on her with ease! and I'm a girl who knows nothing of cars! I have myself a Carsons repair manual and Ive been able to figure it out so far. I highly recommend this car, for anyone wanting great gas mileage and dependability... if your willing to spend, like 30 minutes a week making sure all the fluids are good and nothings leaking... yet. If you can, I would recommend never getting a carburated vehicle, always always go for fuel injected! not many mechanics I go to work on carburated cars! and of course with older cars problems arise, but with age means more parts at junk yards for cheaper, cheaper parts in general, and everyone knows how to work on them... for the most part you can figure it out!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: cheap, quick, fun, Great fuel economy, Compact but spacious, Lasts forever

Cons: carburetor, lacks power

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1986 Honda Accord Review
hjkhvvcc says:
Excelente auto él problema es q es algo gastón
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