Faults: Car has been great since purchase 9 months ago Went out yesterday afternoon, tried to start cold engine, manual choke, as usual, engine turned over threatened to fire once or twice, but never managed it, added more fuel just in case, no difference, just turns over. These filters are fairly inexpensive, so check out our page for great deals and coupons on a new one tip: buy several air filters for your 1991 Civic so you can easily replace it with a new one if it is dirty. Heater core and then blower fan. I bought new my '91 Civic Hatchback in Oct. No American car manufacturer has ever been, or will ever be, able to build such a car. Had to repair drivers side seat material.
Yes Review Date: 4th November, 2005 Faults: The car is comfortable I love it, but I have to sell it now that I'm in college and need a car with lower miles. Very fast and fun to drive, never breaks down and never needs a tow truck. Yes Review Date: 26th September, 2005 Faults: The oil gasket blew and oil leaked all over the engine. The only reason I got rid of my dodge stratus was because I wreaked it and I knew the person who owned the civic before me. Yes Review Date: 30th October, 2005 Faults: Main relay is a problem at all civics when they get old.
It is fun to drive, and easy to modify. Model year 1991 Year of manufacture 1991 First year of ownership 2002 Most recent year of ownership 2004 Engine and transmission 1. Make sure that you Swing By Frey Before You Buy and see why we are one of Southeastern Wisconsins leaders in Pre-owned Vehicles Sales. Checking and replacing the air cleaner in your 1991 Civic at least once a year will help you get better gas mileage. But the little thing is built to last forever and never lets you down. Tired a couple of times since, no change, battery strong.
Cost of Ownership - 20 dollars to fill up gas tank. Even more amazing is that on road trips I still get 50+ mpg. A dirty air filter will cause your Civic to lose 1 - 3 mpg; depending on your driving, you can improve your fuel economy and save 70 - 100 gallons of gas per year simply by changing your filter regularly. Handles like a dream, shifts smooth, great gas mileage and the car looks great besides the hood. We got 250'000 miles out of it before she finally crapped out from 180'000 miles of hard driving only replaced clutches, and timing belt and of course normal wear 3. Fun Factor - None Really enless ur into Swaping Motors. The clutch had to be done 207k miles.
In addition to improving the fuel economy of your Civic, replacing your air filter will improve the performance of your engine. Appearance - Looks Old, Out of Date, Interior is all Plastic, Seats Do feel comfy, Rust usually on an old car like this. But it'll get 40mpg on the manual transmission, start and run every time, and will be easy to fix. Its still my baby and I'm sad to see it go. Acceleration is decent to 70. General Comments: Engine is very good and like high rpm. The engine starts when it wants and dies while going down the road.
Fun because it did handle pretty well Primary Use: Commuting to work. The car handles very well; it has a very small turning radius and is easy to park. Do Not Buy One To Make Into A Street Car, Because That Is Stupid — Anyone who has ever owned a Civic will know these aren't fast, and anyone who does either has an Si which still isnt fast , modified it, or is lying to themselves. You will never jump out of a curve with this baby if you drive with your head. Yes Review Date: 13th September, 2005 Faults: Had to replace rusted out mufflers three times, finally got smart and put in a stainless steel flow master muffler. Needed new tires constantly but this was my fault because I lowered the car. Primary Use: Commuting to work Needs 200 More Ponies And It'll Beat Your Car.
General Comments: Water gets into the taillights often and shorts out bulbs, I have gotten pulled over for this many times because bulbs were out and I didn't know it and this gets very annoying very fast. Transmission replaced at 90,000 miles. Sending unit later on, plus fuel lines. The car needed a gas tank 207,500 miles. I had a few electrical problems; I had to replace a few fuses, but that was inexpensive. It was fun to drive the Rice Runner Primary Use: Commuting to work Great Ride! Model year 1991 Year of manufacture 1991 First year of ownership 2005 Most recent year of ownership 2005 Engine and transmission 1.
Repairs are cheap and the parts are available easilly. I still have it and it drives as well as when I drove it off the lot over 23 years ago. Yes Review Date: 29th October, 2005 Year of manufacture 1991 First year of ownership 2000 Most recent year of ownership 2005 Engine and transmission 1. Oem shocks are not so good, have to be replaced for good handling. Model year 1991 Year of manufacture 1990 First year of ownership 2005 Most recent year of ownership 2005 Engine and transmission 1. General Comments: I have owned this car for almost fifteen years, and can't bear to sell it. General Comments: This car has left me on the side of the road 4 times and have spent thousands of dollars on it.
. It also has noises coming from all over. Excellent gas mileage, even better than my 2005 Corolla. Primary Use: Family transportation Awesome Car For As Cheap As It Is, Hondas Are Always Fast, Fun, Reliable Cars — I love my 91 Civic Hatch. No Review Date: 10th June, 2005. Maybe another Honda, but they always have high miles for the same price of a domestic car with low miles that'll last almost as long. With upgraded power will need to come performance brakes.