1991 honda accord
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1991 Honda Accord Overview
The 1991 Honda Accord is offered in the following submodels: Sedan, Coupe, Wagon. Available styles include EX 2dr Coupe, DX 4dr Sedan, and LX 4dr Wagon. Accord models are available with a 2.2 l-liter gas engine, with output up to 130 hp, depending on engine type. The 1991 Accord comes with front wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual. The 1991 Accord comes with a basic warranty, a roadside warranty, and a powertrain warranty.
1991 Honda Accord features & specs
features & specs
1991 Honda Accord
EX 2dr CoupeDX 4dr SedanLX 4dr WagonSee all for sale
|Fuel Type||regular unleaded||regular unleaded||regular unleaded|
|Base Engine Type||gas||gas||gas|
|Base Engine Size||2.2 l||2.2 l||2.2 l|
|Transmission||5-speed manual||5-speed manual||5-speed manual|
|Cylinders||inline 4||inline 4||inline 4|
|Drivetrain||front wheel drive||front wheel drive||front wheel drive|
|Horsepower||130 hp @ 5200 rpm||125 hp @ 5200 rpm||125 hp @ 5200 rpm|
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ReviewWe bought this car new in '91 and just yesterday bought a new car to replace it. This is by far the best car we've ever owned and has been a reliability champ. Rust through in the rear fenders due to climate and winter driving are the only issues we've had over 17 years owning it. Honda is best car manufacturer in terms of reliability and quality, hands down. We just bought a new Pilot yesterday and I would be shocked if we don't get the same quality and reliability out of it as this Accord. We're donating it to charity since it still runs perfectly and still has years to go. Unfortunately, trade-in value is negligible at this point, so better to give it to a needy soul than a dealer!
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1991 honda accord EX 2dr Coupe, 5-speed manual, regular unleaded 23 combined MPG 21 city MPG/27 highway MPG
1991 honda accord DX 4dr Sedan, 5-speed manual, regular unleaded 23 combined MPG 21 city MPG/27 highway MPG
1991 honda accord LX 4dr Wagon, 5-speed manual, regular unleaded 22 combined MPG 19 city MPG/25 highway MPG
What options are available on the 1991 Honda Accord?
Available Honda Accord 1991 Submodel Types: Sedan, Coupe, Hybrid
Available Trims: LX, EX-L, Sport, EX, EX-L V-6, Touring, Touring V-6, EX V-6, LX-S, LX-P, SE, Sport Special Edition, EX-L V-6 w/Navigation and Honda Sensing, Sport w/Honda Sensing, EX-L w/Navigation and Honda Sensing, EX-L V-6 w/Navigation, LX Special Edition, EX-L w/Navi, EX w/Honda Sensing, Special Edition, EX V6, EX-L w/Navigation, Special Edition V-6, LX V-6, Hybrid, LX w/Honda Sensing, Value Package, LX V6
Exterior Colors: Crystal Black Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic, Alabaster Silver Metallic, White Orchid Pearl, Basque Red Pearl II, Platinum White Pearl, San Marino Red, Champagne Frost Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Obsidian Blue Pearl, Hematite Metallic, Radiant Red Metallic, Nighthawk Black Pearl, Taffeta White, Kona Coffee Metallic, Polished Metal Metallic, Graphite Pearl, Still Night Pearl, Royal Blue Pearl, Satin Silver Metallic, Bold Beige Metallic, Basque Red Pearl, Eternal Blue Pearl, Deep Blue Opal Metallic, Redondo Red Pearl, Cool Blue Metallic, Desert Mist Metallic, Celestial Blue Metallic, Mystic Green Metallic, Tiger Eye Pearl, White Diamond Pearl, Noble Green Pearl, Sapphire Blue Pearl, Belize Blue Pearl, Carbon Bronze Pearl, Dark Emerald Pearl, Flamenco Black Pearl Metallic, Moroccan Red Pearl, Naples Gold Metallic, Regent Silver Pearl Metallic, Satin Silver, Signet Silver Metallic, Deep Green Pearl, Firepepper Red Pearl, Bali Blue Pearl, Cashmere Metallic, Dark Amber Metallic, Dark Currant Pearl Metallic, Eucalyptus Green Pearl, Flamenco Black Pearl, Frost White, Granada Black Pearl Metallic, Heather Mist Metallic, Mystic Blue Pearl, Sage Green Metallic
Interior Colors: Black cloth, Black leather, Ivory cloth, Gray cloth, Ivory leather, Black leatherette/cloth, Gray leather, Gray, Black, Ivory, Black/Ivory leather
Popular Features: Rear Bench Seats, Fold Flat Rear Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Tire Pressure Warning, Auto Climate Control, Multi-Zone Climate Control, USB Inputs, Bluetooth, Alarm, Trip Computer, Aux Audio Inputs, Power Driver Seat, Back-up camera, Sunroof/Moonroof, Heated seats, Leather Seats, Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Pre-collision safety system, Keyless Entry/Start, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Upgraded Headlights, Blind Spot Monitoring, Remote Start, Mobile Internet, Post-collision safety system, Navigation, Parking sensors, Cooled Seats, Heads up display
Engine/Mechanics: 4, 6 cylinders
Transmission: AUTOMATIC, MANUAL
Fuel Types: regular unleaded
Drivetrains: front wheel drive
1991 Honda Accord EX - Honda Tuning Magazine
"My mind-set was never to create a full-blown race or show car, but instead a simple, quality build that kept the OEM lines. A diamond in the rough." Basic suspension and wheel changes were performed, though Ricardo wasn't completely satisfied with the level of options for Accord fans compared to other, more popular Honda models. A bit of inspiration came from a coworker who owned an Accord outfitted with a number of OEM JDM parts and the coveted h32 swap. Along with that inspiration came a chance encounter with the cb7tuner.com family, and Ricardo's modification thirst increased exponentially. "I was amazed to learn about this website, and I decided to attend a meet in San Diego where I met a lot of SoCal members who are now close friends of mine. We continuously shared ideas, parts, and helped each other with many upgrades."
As clean and nice as the Accord was, just about everyone grows bored of the factory slushbox, and not surprisingly, Ricardo wanted to convert the car to manual. Friend and fellow cb7tuner member, Craig Orozco, referred him to Steve of H-Motors who handpicked an LSD-equipped h32 swap, and the planning began. Another friend from the forums, Ruben Calderon, had plenty of experience with the chassis and volunteered to help Ricardo complete the swap and conversion. Using a set of Explicit Speed engine mounts, the 2.2L mill made its way between the shock towers and received an AEM intake, GReddy header, and SP1 exhaust for good measure.
Living in SoCal with a modified Honda means you're probably going to have a run-in or two with local authorities. After being pulled over, he received a ticket that required him to visit the California State Referee (B.A.R.) to verify and test his engine swap for legality. What sounds like a complete nightmare actually went quite well, with Ricardo driving away the proud owner of an official B.A.R. certification sticker and no worries about future one-on-one encounters with the law.
The Accord's low crouch is obtained via Function/Form Type 2 coilovers, and Ricardo explains that the company also prototyped LCAs on his Accord, and those pieces have since gone into mass production. What isn't mass-produced, however, are the custom-built one-off Mugen M7s. Originally standard 15-inch wheels, Ralph Wright pulled them apart, matched the faces to larger, 16-inch chrome barrels, and then reassembled them for street duty. The act of modifying tough-to-source classic wheels tends to be controversial, but there's no denying the unique look they've given Ricardo's sedan. To get the now 9.5-inch wheels to fit without major rubbing required rolling and slightly pulling the front fenders, while still maintaining an untouched look. A proper alignment was obtained via West End Alignment, and Ricardo tells us it's the only place on Earth he'll ever take his pride and joy for alignment work.
As clean as the exterior is, it's the interior that defies any signs of logic. After 22 years of use and abuse, you'll find no spills, stains, rips, or tears on the all-original seats, door panels, roof liner, dash and carpet. The steering wheel and pedals might have been high-wear items, but Ricardo ditched them for a classy Nardi woodgrain wheel and Mugen pedals.
In closing, Ricardo states, "It's been a long journey for the completion of my car. Many say you have to be a baller to fix up your car, but know that I'm just your average humble guy with a regular job who has a passion for the CB7. Sad to say there aren't enough CB7s to make an impact in the import scene, but maybe this one will inspire others. Accords are like gems that need to be polished to be noticed--it's always quality over quantity."
Propulsion h32 Explicit Speed mounts AEM cold-air intake Trust/GReddy header Trust/GReddy SP1 exhaust Auto to manual conversion h33 manual tensioner conversion BB4 Prelude line and pump Hondata intake manifold gasket Prelude Type S valve cover Carbon-Kevlar spark plug cover Trust/GReddy oil cap Exedy Stage 1 clutch Fidanza lightweight flywheel
Suspension Function/Form Type 2 coilovers Suspension Techniques sway bars Energy Suspension bushings Skunk2 EF Pro Series Plus A-arms Megan rear camber kit and toe arms Function/Form LCAs DC Sports front shock tower bar DC Sports rear shock tower bar DC Sports lower tie-bar
Resistance '92 CB7 disc conversion Power Stop slotted rotors EBC black pads Goodridge steel braided lines
Wheels & Tires Custom-built Mugen M7 wheels, rebarrel by Ralph Wright Front: 16x9.5 +20 Rear: 16x9.5 +15 Yokohama S-Drive 205/45-16 Rays anodized lug nuts
ExteriorJim & Jacks Auto BodyComplete resprayShaved badgesOEM JDM 1-pc headlights with chrome trimOEM JDM foglightsXenon HID kit/retrofitOEM JDM bumper with chrome trimOEM JDM side moldings with chrome trimOEM JDM taillights with chrome trimOEM JDM side markersOEM JDM folding mirrorsOEM JDM BB4 VIN tagOEM fifth-gen front lip2.2i Exclusive badging
Interior All OEM-mint condition Nardi 330mm Deep Corn woodgrain steering wheel Mugen pedals Trust/GReddy shift knob '99 Si shift boot NRG short hub/quick-release JDM CB7 map light and visors
Props I would especially like to thank my dad, Carlos, for the support, guidance, and teaching me about cars. Oscar and Renezit Guzman, Giovanni Crack Funes, Tony aka Tropical, the only SoCal 2SiiC crew, Jed Peralta, Sal and Cynthia Gonzalez, Jesus Delgado, Jeremy, David, Johnny Five, Aaron, Paul, Joeyboy cb7, Craig Orozco for always helping me out, Ruben Calderon aka 626cb7 the mastermind behind the swap. Special thanks to my bros at CAM Cali Accord Meet-Ralph Vega and Alan Craft for the support and putting my CB7 on the map. F.F.C. FatFourCustoms yea buddy! TimmyOtool Valbuena, Ron, Tommy and the rest of Team Supastar, Preston and Ron from Function/Form, Preston for supporting the CB7s, Darin and Chris from West End Alignment for always taking care of me like family, Ralph Wright for my custom wheels, John at Explicit Speed for making quality parts and supporting the Accord community, my lovely wife Ana, thank you for supporting my passion and for bringing Nicholas and Ricky into this world, Chiddy this is for you ah-wooo! Also West End Alignment, explicitspeedperformance.com, F2autolife, cb7tuner.com
Special Thanks to CB7 Tuner, Cali Accord Meet
Daily Grind Federal worker
Dream Car Too many to name
Inspiration for this Build Life
Future Builds House build
Closing The Generation Gap
Three generations of the Juarez family all have a stake in this classic build. Ricardo states, "After all the upgrades, time, effort, passion, and dedication, the most memorable part of all this is the time spent with friends in making my car the beauty that it is now. I've especially spent many quality hours with my father, a mechanic who has always been there under the hood with me helping to fix the car. My father has helped me so much through all these years, and I can honestly say the great memories are enough to convince me that this car will always be with me. I have an emotional attachment to my CB7, and I will continue to take care of it until I'm ready to hand it over to my 3-year-old son Nicholas."Photo 9/9 | 1991 Honda Accord EX - Needle in a Haystack
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Отзывы автовладельцев Honda Accord Wagon 1991
| Характеристики Хонда Аккорд Вэгон|
Год выпуска: 1991
Тип кузова: Универсал
Двигатель: бензин, 2200 куб.см, F22A
Расход топлива: 13-15 по городу8-10 по трассе
Срок владения: скоро - 3 годаКомплектация Хонда Аккорд Вэгон
Цвет кузова: Серый
Цвет салона: Серый
Салон: Электростекла, Электрозеркала, электролюк
Кузов: Доп. фары дальнего света, ксенон на ближнем свете, матюгальник (СГУ), тонировка
Двигатель: 4 циллиндра, 2200 см3, 16 клапанов, балансирный вал, распределенный впрыск.
1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Honda Accord - 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Honda Accord
Continuing to evolve at an unusually rapid pace, the 1990 Honda Accord started another four-year design cycle for this popular car. That year's Toyota Camry was little changed, as was the market-leading Ford Taurus, so being all new was a sales asset. Honda would follow up for '91 with the first-ever Accord wagons, thus belatedly answering those two rivals. Honda also began adding key new safety features such as antilock brakes (ABS) and front-impact airbags.
1990 Honda Accord
A stem-to-stern redesign for 1990 effectively moved Accord from compact to midsize status. Four-door sedans and two-door coupes returned, but not the sloped-roof two-door hatchback coupes. Wheelbase added 4.7 inches (to 107.1 inches), while overall length stretched an extra 5.1 inches (to 184.8). Styling was evolutionary, so tailored bodylines and a glassy superstructure continued. The main change was at the front, where exposed headlights replaced hidden flip-up lamps.
Also continued were front-wheel drive and a transversely mounted four-cylinder engine, but the familiar 2.0 powerplant was replaced by a new-design 2.2-liter unit, still with single overhead camshaft and offered in two versions, but this time with multipoint fuel injection for both. Horsepower was 125 for the base DX and mainstream LX models, 130 for the top-line EX coupe and sedan (replacing LXi). Transmissions were also new: a five-speed manual and optional four-speed automatic.
The automatic now featured electronic shift control and two shift modes: Normal and Sport. Sport improved acceleration by delaying upshifts to higher rpm than in Normal mode. Despite the larger engines and weight gains of over 200 pounds, Accord's thrifty EPA-rated fuel economy was little changed. As before, all Honda Accords were equipped in front with manual lap belts and motorized shoulder belts, the latter to meet a federal requirement for "passive" occupant restraints.
Most 1990 Honda Accord sedans and all coupes sold in the U.S. were sourced from Honda's Ohio plant. Honda said American-built Accords were over 70 percent domestic by content, including labor, a point made to answer criticism that rising demand for all Japanese cars (not just Honda's) was costing jobs in the American auto industry. Per Honda policy, the Accord offered no factory options, the various models being priced separately according to transmission (manual or automatic) and equipment level. This practice would continue into the future.
Consumer Guide had named the Accord a Best Buy on many occasions, and did so again for 1990. After praising the new models on many counts, the editors concluded: "[T]he new Accord's spacious interior, greater refinement, solid construction, improved dynamic qualities and impressive overall quality make it a fine choice, whether you consider it a large compact car or a small midsize."
1991 Honda Accord
The addition of four-door wagons and a premium SE (Special Edition) sedan helped the 1991 Honda Accord nail the number-one spot in U.S. retail car sales for the calendar year. The wagon, designed in the U.S. by Honda's R&D branch, was offered in LX and EX trim and was sourced exclusively form Honda's Ohio factory. It wore specific rear-end styling with a single-piece liftgate. The SE mirrored like-named predecessors in having standard leather upholstery, but was also the first Accord to include four-wheel disc brakes with antilock control, an important plus for active safety. It also boasted 140 horsepower, 10 more than EX models. Previous SE Accords had been issued in the final year of a design generation as a sort of farewell gesture, but that wasn't the case here.
1992 Honda Accord
The SE sedan was dropped from the 1992 Honda Accord lineup, but that year's EX sedan, coupe and wagon inherited its 140-horsepower engine and standard antilock brakes with rear discs instead of drum brakes. ABS remained unavailable for other models, but a driver-side airbag became standard for all 1992 Accords.
With the American market becoming ever more affluent, Honda became the first import brand to offer a separate luxury line, launching the Acura nameplate in 1988. The 1992 Acura Vigor was basically a stretched Accord with slightly different styling, a five-cylinder inline engine, and upscale trim and features. Sized and price between Acura's flagship Legend models and entry-level Integras, the Vigor aimed to answer to the well-received V6 Lexus ES 300 at Toyota's luxury division. The Vigor proved a much tougher sell, however, though it would lead to more-popular midrange Acuras.
1993 Honda Accord
The SE sedan returned as the top-line 1993 Honda Accord, and there was a new SE coupe. Both included unique alloy wheels, leather upholstery, and premium Bose audio system, but the sedan was the only '93 Accord equipped with a passenger-side airbag. Consumers had shown a marked preference for airbags over motorized shoulder belts, and twin inflatable restraints would soon be universal. Accord had taken some knocks for not having an available V6 engine like most other midsize cars. Even so, Consumer Guide said Honda's mainstay seller still "shines for high refinement and good performance even with the four-cylinder engine, plus fine ride, sensible controls, an airy low-cowl cabin with terrific all-round visibility, and standard [driver's] airbag."
Honda Accord Reliability
: The CD changer in the trunk, a dealer installed option, may not eject; CD magazines will be exchanged for redesigned units.
: Cars with high mileage may begin to shift more harshly; this may be corrected by adding a bottle of Lubeguard conditioner to the automatic transmission fluid.
: The parking brake may not fully release because a rivet on the brake rod is too tight.
: A squealing noise from under the hood is likely to be caused by a worn alternator bearing; it may have failed because the belt tension was too great.
Steering noise (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993): If there is a squeak or squeal in the steering, especially when making a slow, tight turn, look for a label on the power steering reservoir that says PSF-V additive was added. If the noise is still present after additive was installed, the right-side end seal on the steering rack will have to be replaced.
Honda Accord Safety Recalls
1990, 1991: Front seatbelt release buttons can break and pieces can fall inside.
1991 wagons: Improperly attached washer in cargo area light may have fallen inside during assembly; if tailgate is open and switch is in its middle position, washer can cause short circuit that causes switch to overheat, resulting in fire.
1991, 1992, 1993 wagons: Rear outboard seatbelts may lock-up at angles other than those required by federal standard; this could increase risk of injury in a sudden stop or accident.
1992: Left seatbelt assemblies on a few cars were installed on the right side; as a result, the belt cannot be pulled out of the retractor, making it unusable.
See the next page to find out about the 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997 Accord, a generation that saw, among other things, continued advancements in styling.
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