Edjumacation: '92-'98 Crx del sol
|CODE ||ORIGIN ||MODEL ||ENGINE |
|EG1 ||JDM ||VXi ||D15B |
|EG2 ||JDM ||SiR ||B16A |
|EG1 ||USDM ||S ('93-'95) ||D15B7 |
|EH6 ||USDM ||S ('96-'97) ||D16Y7 |
|EH6 ||USDM ||Si ||D16Z6/Y8 |
|EG2 ||USDM ||VTEC ||B16A2/3 |
Everyone knows Hondas hold their value for years but, as with most cars, age and value are inversely proportional, inevitably causing prices to come down. Now that some of our favorites are getting older, they've become much more affordable, opening the door to a whole new generation of builders. Here are two of Honda's newest most wanted.
NSX: Honda's flagship sports car was way out of reach for the majority of buyers just a few years ago, but with almost 20 years under its belt, the car's fallen into the affordable sports car segment. Since the economy's initial retreat nearly two years ago, NSX prices have dropped roughly 10 percent. Take a look at the early-model NA1:
|2006 ||2009 |
|$29K-$38K ||$20K-$32K |
S2000: It's the roadster that single-handedly turned non-Honda fans into lifers. It's front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, top-down configuration is fun all rolled into one. Take a look at the AP1:
|2006 ||2009 |
|$16K-$19K ||$13K-$17K |
But don't let the numbers mislead you; with the economy in its current state, these cars can be picked up for much less than what some reports would suggest. Now's your chance!
Do You Have The Worst Commute?
The average American spends more than 100 hours each year commuting to and from work, according to a recent U.S. Census Bureau survey. Think yours is worse? Prove it to Quaker State, and you could win a ride to work from three-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson. Upload your own 30- to 60-second video to www.QuakerState.com and let them know why you think your daily commute deserves the title of "world's worst." Entries will be accepted until May 31, 2009, and voting will be open until June 15, 2009.