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Old 06 Jun 2006, 06:29 am
JanN
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Default 1996 Accord Wagon

Currently I own a 1991 Accord Wagon (Aerodeck in Eu) 2.2i EX. Very good car,
great to drive.
Now I found a 1996 Accord Wagon for sale at a dealer, also a 2.2 liter. Low
milage, only 115k kms.

Anything special I should look for when I go over to inspect this car?

The 1991 is a very reliable car, with very little problems. The engine /
transmission of the 1996 seems
very similar to the 1991 to me, is this car/model as good/reliable as the
1991?

All hints / tips are very welcome!

Jan
1991 Accord Aerodeck 2.2i
1984 Magna VF700


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