If you’re feeling a bit of nostalgia for simpler times and want a reliable and practical vehicle without all the bells and whistles of modern cars, this 1992 Honda Accord could be right up your alley.
Located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, this Accord has only been driven 12,000 miles since rolling off the production line. Further adding to the car’s desirability is the fact that it has always been kept in a garage and looks almost brand new.
The seller on eBay asserts that the car is owned by their aunt who is too old to drive it anymore. She only ever drove it to church and the grocery store. It is painted in a simple yet timeless shade of white that looks to be free of any obvious scratches or dents. Photos of the Accord’s underside also show that it is free of rust and is also exceptionally clean. Given all that, it probably drives exactly like it did when it was new.
Moving to the interior, there’s no doubt that its design and features are starting to show their age. With that being said, the seats and carpet all look to be in good condition and are free of any obvious signs and wear and tear.
The fourth-generation Honda Accord was launched in 1989 and produced until 1993. As this is an LX model, it is powered by a four-cylinder engine with 125 hp coupled to an automatic transmission.