The Accord SiR-T is a front wheel drive saloon sedan road car with a front located engine, manufactured by Honda. Things to watch out for are the door latch on the drivers side its a pain to fix once it breaks , the oil filter housing gasket when it decides to go will leak a quart about every 10 miles while the car is running, it does go through front brakes pretty quick if you are stopping from highway speeds alot. But, it has been doing that since 150000. It's been my daily driver for 20 years. I've had to replace the belts, radiator hoses, timing belt, plugs and other normal long-term maintenance. I have no idea why they want a review of the 1998 Accord in 2016, but here it is: this car is rock solid, best car that I've ever owned. What can I say but one great car.
Failed to get data, please try again. All in all, it was a great investment and I intend to hold onto the Accord until something major goes wrong with it. Over all with the exception of the simple Saturn sl1 it has been the most maintenance free car i have owned. I have maintained the car myself where I can and hired a Honda Certified Mech to do the rest. There is a creaking noise from one of the control arms in the back, probably from one of the times I was loaded down with bricks, but you get used to that. Data Unavailable Third Shoulder Room in. The Pearl White paint job is still flawless, that's why I picked white.
I've upgraded the original black steel rims with custom rims that remind me of the kind used back in the 1960s. Yes, compared to today's cars, the once elegant design looks a bit dated, but after all, it's almost 20 years old! Throughout its 26-year tenure, the Accord remained dedicated to two main tenets: value and quality. Only pre-100K repairs were replacing the ignition switch that's a bear, very intracate , a set of brushes on the starter motor. Data Unavailable Third Leg Room in. The saturns couldnt make it to 300k though and this was still embarassing Mustangs at that age.
Is 18 years olds distill passes smog with ease. Even with 97,000 miles on it, I still feel totally comfortable taking it on a long distance drive. In fact everything works almost like a new car. The Honda Accord SiR-T weighs a stated 1300 kg at the kerb. Completely redesigned for '97, Toyota's Camry is a tried-and-true class….
Rebuilt the transmission at 360K, worth every penny to rebuild. This is typically measured in liters 3. I know people with much newer cars and have all kinds of issues. Failed to get data, please try again. And major repairs have been almost non-existent. This month, we've brought together three of the current top offerings in the mid-size segment for an in-depth, wheel-to-wheel-to-wheel confrontation. Data Unavailable Third Hip Room in.
The size class for cars is determined by the interior passenger and cargo volumes. But it doesn't take much to make it unique and quick. So what's wrong with the Accord is that it's common. I wax it once a year and it looks really nice in its shiny coat of black. Have never replaced the catalictic converter. . Gonna miss it, but I will know someone will get a sweet ride when I hand them the keys.
So it's still doing its job every day with out any compliant. The Honda Accord SiR-T's engine is a naturally aspirated petrol, 2 litre, double overhead camshaft 4 cylinder with 4 valves per cylinder. The rear brakes are original, though that's probably partly because I'm a slow poke. Just take care of them and they will run for ever. They make the car look especially cool! Like it's locked in a time capsule, no complaints on the power, room and ride and reliability.
The elaborate plumbing around the 3. I still remember listening to the Bill Clinton impeachment hearings on the radio during the drive home from the Honda dealer! The engine powers the wheels via a 5 speed manual set of gears. And I've beat on it too, treat is as my truck plus haul a trailer for bigger stuff. Thats mainly what will kill this cars ability to pass inspection. All I have done is put some gas, tires and oil changes in 200k plus miles.
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