I'm at 92 900 miles and a huge metallic thing off a truck and broke my bumper.... RIP FRONT BUMPER
eh, they looked cool and were great for driving in town, but most of my driving was on interstates in the middle of the night and you can't see a damn thing past the cutoff. I feel a little safer with my oem headlights back on.thats pricy for some headlights. but how do they work out for u>? with the projectors i mean. i have hid right now
I'm assuming until the car breaks down completely...and that would be a while. Keep the mileage increasing OP. :thumb: You should post this on the Honda website.how far are you gonna go before getting a new car?
Joe from Maine said:I bought my 1990 Honda Accord LX 13 1/2 years ago with 74k miles. This was my first time buying a Honda. My Honda was made in America, which is important to me as a Patriotic American and also makes my car "True Blue" in more ways than one. Currently my 1990 Honda Accord has 907,000 miles on the original engine, automatic transmission, power steering system, brake calipers, fuel injectors and much more. This car was towed once after 10 1/2 years of service for a fuel pump failure, which was also original to the car. I have recorded and completed all the scheduled maintenance services to the vehicle using the same quality parts and fluids every time. I've been in the automotive field most of my life and it wasn't till I owned a Honda that I truly understood the engineering and workmanship that Honda puts into their products. To this day my car still amazes me and the people I share my story with.
not until something happens to the car that I can't fix, like frame damage.how far are you gonna go before getting a new car?
agreed...and how many deer decide they like your car more than you dohsnap: .not until something happens to the car that I can't fix, like frame damage.
907,000 miles and pretty much everything original, lol, that's frelling insane. I'm sure that any quality car that guy chose would have lasted just as long though, every make of car has their "high mileagers", the life of the vehicle is more determined by how it's treated and maintained.
haha same here. now im feeling much better:dancing:and i was worry about milage on my car. . . . -_-