1993 Honda Accord User Reviews

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    1993 Honda Accord LX Review
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    45

    This Car Is A Gem, Buy One If You Find One! — This is the greatest car ever. Such great acceleration, I can go 110 in this thing as if it was nothing. It is cheap to maintain, and such a freaking blast to drive! The braking is great, I can handle turns like no other. The engineering in this car was magnificent. This car is also known as the CB7 generation accord. It is great on gas, yet it gives you the power of the honda engine. Torque, my goodness the torque!!

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Sickest car ever!

    Cons: Don't avoid this car!

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    1993 Honda Accord LX Review
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    Its An Overall Nice Car, All Power Options Runs Great. — my car has a few things done to it. its fun to drive when its running good. I gotta make sure there is always oil in it due to an oil leak which many older hondas have. performance is okay for being a 93. I have uped the suspenstion so its not stock. The exhaust is too load and gets me in trouble alot.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: i like the handling and mantience is easy

    Cons: once they are old everything starts to break down

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    1993 Honda Accord EX Review
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    95

    According To Tony... — Performance- It wasn't exactly what I'd call quick, but it was a lot of fun to drive. It took corners like a champ, excellent steering feel, but the transmission was jerky like most Honda autos. The brakes were also kinda weak, too. But I guess that's what happens when you don't get the awesome 5-speed Honda transmission. I wouldn't describe this car as soulless. You know, like a Camry. Build Quality- Like any other Honda, it's great. I LOVED the interior. It was so comfortable, it was held together very well, and I just loved the red. You don't see shag-a-dellic interiors like that anymore. There was nothing hanging off or rattling around except for the almost useless cupholder. Mechanically, the car was rock solid. Not one hiccup. The only thing that annoyed me was when you start it up cold and put it in Drive, you have to STAND on the brakes to keep it still because it idles high. Apparently, this is common with Accords of this vintage. Appearance- As I've already said, the interior is great. But the exterior was very handsome. My particular Accord had dings, dents, scratches, marks and all that good stuff on EVERY panel, and the normal 3/4 panel rot like on every '90s Honda around here, but the styling itself is handsome. I miss the old Honda design language--simple, understated, but very handsome. Their cars from the '90s have aged very well. The '90-'93 Accords are my second favorite Accords (No. 1 favorite is the '06-'07). Cost of Ownership- I've only had it for a few months, which were in the winter, so the gas mileage sucked. I topped out with 23 MPG combined, and bottomed out at 19. Again, it's the price you pay for not getting the beautifully-engineered Honda 5-speed. But other than that, it was flawless. Fun to drive? Oh yeah. It would have been even more fun if it were a standard though. But, hey, I got it for $500 and it was my first car.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Looks, quality, interior, road manners

    Cons: Poor gas mileage, tranny was jerky, had to stand on brakes when cold

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    1993 Honda Accord DX Review
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    A Good Sedan — it was alright back in 1993, ok performance, does the job, the body seem fairly solid for the year, the 2.2 l motor still fell kind strong the interior space is comfortable other that that is a good car for the city

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: if all you are looking for is a car to take you back an for this is your car

    Cons: the year

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    1993 Honda Accord EX Review
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    Jerry's Michelle — Understated beauty when well taken care of and not riced out. Build and layout is typically Honda. Easy to operate, very thought well thought out. although only an i4, it is pretty fun to drive. This car has seen it all!

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

    Pros: takes care of herself. and me.

    Cons: maintainence

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    1993 Honda Accord EX Coupe Review
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    Good Car For Anyone To Do Anything With — The car is pretty solid. I got t boned a while back and damage was pretty substantial but could be worse. Its a pretty quick car, esspecially for its weight and engine size. Its probably the best handling car I've drove with a completely stock suspension. I think for all the honda's, this is the best looking car. The looks good droped a couple inch's. I've had fun with this car. no major issues to date and its's pushing 215k miles

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Gas mileage with enough performance to have some fun with

    Cons: Nothing really sucks about it...maybe the back seat

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    1993 Honda Accord DX Review
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    93' Honda Accord Dx — Amazing, and fun despite being over 15 years old. Engine purrs like a kitten just from proper maintenance. Honda cars and engines last forever. Its a great learning car that I would never go and throw away. I do wish I had a new one though.

    Pros: Manual drive with 4 cylinder.

    Cons: Old

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    1993 Honda Accord 10th Anniversary Sedan Review
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    Honda From 16 Years Ago Still Going Strong. — I took this Accord for a spin a while back. I was amazed that this car is 16 years old. Sure, there was damage and squeaks in the interior and it smelled old, and the stereo had been stolen, but the steering and suspension felt tight and direct for a car this old. The engine and transmission were well matched and made the car feel light and peppy. This car was more fun to drive than most modern American small cars I've driven. It's just an Accord, nothing special. But this experience made clear to me the smart design and solid construction that has made Honda the winning company it is today.

    Pros: Direct suspension feel, amazing reliability.

    Cons: None, really (other than it being old and beat-up).

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    1993 Honda Accord LX Review
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    Accord — The performance is great, it's perfectly aligned, the engine is quiet but strong, and it always starts up. It has been about average cost, considering it is sixteen years old. The car is responsive, gets great gas mileage, is not too shabby on appearance, although the interior is slowly falling apart due to age. But nothing important like the headlights, taillights, mirror, etc. has broken. There have been some engine problems in the past, but those have been fixed, and now she's as good as new. One last thing, we have not fixed the hood nozzles yet, but we will.

    Pros: Perfectly aligned, responsive, never fails to start, great gas mileage, no engine trouble, AC works,

    Cons: Old

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    1993 Honda Accord DX Review
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    Electrical Monstrosity — The car was good, particularly in the performance department, the thing could pull donuts and drift on about anything considered road. But unfortunately when I got the car the previous owner had ruined the electrical system and the engine, though powerful, sucked to turn on. There were many things missing, such as the radio and Cruise Control. Things had to be turned on and off a certain way which wasn't fun at all.

    Pros: Good Gas Milege, Performance was sweet, and if it wasn't screwed up, I would want to keep it.

    Cons: The last person screwed this car up so bad it should just be put out of its misery, horse style

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2015 Honda Accord Reviews

    Big Pearl By lemoffett

    Pros: It's a Honda! I needed a family car and it doesn't get any better than the Accord if you are anti minivans and suvs. It came with reverse camera, power windows, cruise control, bluetooth compati... Read More

    Best Car For The Money By sparki9

    I searched high and low for a good sensible car that looked good, got good gas mileage, was comfortable and would last a long time. The Accord fit all of the requirements and I'm looking forward to m... Read More

    2014 Honda Accord Reviews

    Another Amazing Honda By Mailguy42

    Overall just a great car. Happy with everything! I get over 40mpg on the highway with the accord which is amazing for a midsize car. Has a smooth ride and great trunk space. For the price you cannot g... Read More

    Effecient Great On Gas By sherlene

    The maintenance on this car has been easy. Keep up your oil changes and you can have it for life. The best car I've owned for the gas mileage. Very sporty, fast, safe, spacious and rides like a dream... Read More

    2013 Honda Accord Reviews

    Very Nice Family Sedan By joselakeland

    I am a SUV person. There are limits for a sedan compare to SUV. Honda Accord is a very affordable and reliable car. It has Bluetooth and backup camera standard. So far no complaints. Mine is CVT trans... Read More

    Fast With Neat Tech, But Has Issues. By jtcon86

    I like the way the car looks, and enjoy the power of the engine. Furthermore, the technology features of the car are a great bonus. However, I am not a fan of the variable cylinder management which i... Read More

    2012 Honda Accord Reviews

    Awesome Sedan. By Car_Sense

    These Accords are such well built cars. They have extremely low maintenance costs, nice power and acceleration for a 4 cylinder engine, very smooth automatic transmission, and excellent braking. Handl... Read More

    Good Economical Family Car By zzoooman

    Good car: easy to maintain, comfortable, reliable, great MPG Cons: lack of power, no sun roof or moon roof as far the power goes: that's expected it's a 4 cylinder ECo friendly car so, Over all very ... Read More

    2011 Honda Accord Reviews

    Amazing Car And Great On Gas By omairmj85

    Now approaching 91,000 miles and other than 2 sets of tires, only cost has been maintenance as called for by Maintenance Minder. I drove an 2008 Accord to 150,000 and passed on to a family member with... Read More

    Greatest Family Sedan Ever By migration_da_familyautolosangeles

    nice family sedan economical and comfortable having had this car pleased me a lot good on gas low maintenance cost reliability wise best vehicle ever. cant make a tow truck comes in for a service... Read More

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