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Old 18 Feb 2013, 10:01 am
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Default Should I get a 1989 Honda Accord SEi or a 1998 Honda Accord EX?

The 1989 has 212,000 Miles and the 1998 has 235,000 mile
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Old 18 Feb 2013, 10:17 am
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I would go for the newer car.There were not that many of the SEI built and they were prone to rust in the rear quarters like all Hondas of those years. The later cars are much more trouble free and parts are much more readily available. The EX is pretty much a later version of the SEI except for the stereo.
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