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What Kind of Car Do You Drive?



michaelangel1453

Skilled Investigator
Like this thread. I drive a 2004 Honda Accord. A beauty and I love her. I won't say how many miles she's got on her, but these go on and on and on. I wouldn't dream of selling her or trading her in. Accords got a great revamp in 2003 and mine is a lover. After all, if she's running and purring great why would anyone get rid of one?
 

Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
I had a 2002 Honda Accord. It also became my son's first car a few years later, and he smashed the living hell out of it. It would have required thousands to fix the bad body repairs, but I sold it off for a decent price. It was mostly reliable, except for some silly assembly glitches. The cup holder cover tended to break, for example.
 

Jeff Davis

Paranormal Adept
Like this thread. I drive a 2004 Honda Accord. A beauty and I love her. I won't say how many miles she's got on her, but these go on and on and on. I wouldn't dream of selling her or trading her in. Accords got a great revamp in 2003 and mine is a lover. After all, if she's running and purring great why would anyone get rid of one?


Agreeing with you completely, there is an old saying that I firmly adhere to: If it ain't broke, don't fix it! :D
 
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