Honda’s High Mileage Club


| 8/12/2008 10:45:31 AM


Honda makes famously reliable cars, and there are thousands of people out there who have a crazy number of miles — 100K, 200K, 300K, even more — on numerous models such as the Civic, Accord, Insight and Odyssey. 

Needless to say, these owners are proud of the number of miles on their cars; these aren’t people who trade for something new every couple years. Honda recently launched an online community, The Honda Mile Makers Club, where they can share their stories and show off their reliable rides. 

Here are just some of the interesting stories on the site: 

A Civic with 1,170,910 miles

An Insight (Honda’s first gasoline-electric hybrid, unfortunately no longer in production) with 338,000 miles



A Civic Hybrid with 595,000 miles

Benji
7/6/2015 3:29:32 PM

I currently own a 1995 honda del sol,my daily driver uand the milage is 803,684 with original engine and tranny ive keep up on maintence the whole time ive owned it and i know it will make it to a million !!


james
11/18/2014 9:51:36 PM

I gave my 2001 Honda Accord to my college daughter after it had 200K miles. My in-law wants to give here 250K mile 2008 Honda Accord to my youngest daughter who will start college this Falll 2015. The car needs a new transmission, fault cruise control(part of bad transmission I think), and other things. Will replacing a transmission prolong life and safetyfor the car, I think it will? I am also thinking about replace timing belt, water pump, seals, maybe engine mounts(but maybe not). The car was nice last time I saw it with leather seat but it now needs works.


mikeross1809
9/9/2013 4:41:52 PM

I have a civic that has about 423,000 miles on it. I have to admit that I'm surprised every morning when it starts. Does anyone know of a really good http://www.toyexusdenver.com/honda-auto-repair.html?




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