How many Honda Accords were sold in 1988?
More than 360,000 Accords were sold in the U.S. in 1988, yet another testament to the Honda Accord popularity and perceptions that they were terrifically dependable and practical cars. Have you driven a 1988 Honda Accord?
Why does my Honda Accord engine shut down?
You could have a clogged converter, when it gets hot it chokes the engine. On the other hand, it is more likely that you have a bad fuel pump. Same deal, when it gets hot, it stops working. Lastly, ignition distributors are bad about going out.
How much horsepower does a Honda Accord have?
The Honda Accord LXi trims each had a 2 liter engine that produced 120 horsepower at 5500 rpms. This was an increase of 10 over the last year, and seemed to please most. The transmissions remained unchanged; the choices were 4-speed auto or 4- or 5-speed manual.
What was the best car in the world in 1988?
The Corvette has been here four times. The Saab 9000 Turbo and Ford’s Mustang and Taurus are now three-time winners. The Acura Integra, the Honda Civic, and the Honda CRX are basking in their second year of glory, while the Acura Legend Coupe is our only new recruit.
Is the Honda Accord still a good car?
Past Honda V6s have been something to brag about, but the 2011 Accord V6 lacks bottom-end torque and feels noticeably less powerful than the comparable V6s of the competition. The Honda Accord no longer features the sort of class-leading materials and construction that used to make its cabin a benchmark.
Which is the best review of a 2011 Honda Accord?
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When did the new Honda Accord come out?
The current-generation Accord (it debuted in 2008) is the biggest yet, offering the most accommodating interior in its class. Yet this super-sizing of the Accord also comes with a downside, because it no longer feels like the “right-size” choice in the family sedan class.
Is the Honda Accord still frugal in 2011?
There is one bright spot for 2011, because the Accord’s engines choices are now more frugal.