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Honda Accord 1987

4.88

(50 trips)

Trip start

Trip end



Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers


20 MPG

Gas (Regular)

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Yoshi

5.0

Yoshi
All-Star Host
1,629 tripsJoined

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Yoshi are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

A/C is blowing cold❄️⛄️❄️ The third generation Accord was introduced in Japan on 4 June 1985 and in Europe and North America later that year. It had a very striking exterior design styled by Toshi Oshika in 1983 that resonated well with buyers internationally. One notable feature was the hidden headlamps. Because this generation was also sold as the Honda Vigor the Accord received the hidden headlamps. Honda's Japanese dealership channel called Honda Verno all had styling elements that helped identify products only available at Honda Verno. As a result Japanese market Accords had a Honda Verno styling feature but were sold at newly established Japanese dealerships Honda Clio with the all-new luxury Honda Legend sedan and international Accords were now visually aligned with the Prelude the CR-X and the new Integra. Accords of this generation for the European market did not have the concealled headlamps. The third generation Accord became the first Honda to employ double wishbones at both the front and rear ends. While more expensive than competitors' MacPherson strut systems this setup provided better stability and sharper handling for the vehicle. All had front sway bars and upper models had rear sway bars as well. Brakes were either small all-wheel discs with twin-piston calipers (only available on the Japanese-market 2.0-Si model) larger all-wheel discs with single piston calipers or a front disc/rear drum system. ABS was available as an option on the 4-wheel disc brake models though not in North America. Base model Accords rode on 13-inch steel wheels with hubcaps with more expensive models having the option of 14-inch alloy wheels. The Accord's available engines varied depending on its market: Japan received the A18A B18A and B20A Europe received the A16A1 A20A2 A20A4 B20A2 and B20A8 while North America received the A20A1 and A20A3. In Japan the introduction of a 2.0 litre engine obligated Japanese drivers to pay a higher amount of annual road tax compared to the last two previous generations pushing the Accord into the luxury category in Japan.

Features

Must be 30+ to book

Automatic transmission

Long-term car

Extras (2)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Stroller

US$30/trip1 available

Child safety seat

US$30/trip4 available

Parking details

Aviation Green Line Station 🚉 and Park. 11500 Aviation Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90045 2 miles away from LAX / 5-10 mins by taking free shuttle, Metro Connector C Line/Green Line from the pink/purple color shuttle station in front of all terminal.

Ratings and reviews

4.88

(41 ratings)

Reviews

Rachelle S.

Rachelle

This Honda Accord was an amazing ride. It drove well and is a classic. We had no problems with it and Yoshio is THE best host! Very communicable, detailed and cares about your experience! We'd highly recommend any one of his vehicles and will rent again from him.

Moriah R.

Moriah

Perfect vehicle for casual travel throughout the city! What a dream car. Certainly for lovers of old cars. Must love quirks!

Gregorio M.

Gregorio

Solid car, super fun to drive this classic!

Michael S.

Michael

Really fun car to drive around LA. Brought me back to one of the cars I grew up in. Drove well. Better for getting around town than long freeway drives. Love boxy cars!! Yoshi was very easy to communicate with and pickup and drop off were super easy.

Turo

Turo

The host cancelled this trip 3 days before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Yoshi's response

Oil consumption is high and decided to go early maintenance. The Cancellation was made after talking with the customer and having the replacement.

Pickup at car location

Los Angeles, CA 90045
Free

Pickup locations

Los Angeles International Airport
US$50.00

Bring the car to me

Up to 3 miles
US$95

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 3 days or longer


Cancellation policy
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Honda Accord 1987

4.88

(50 trips)

20 MPG

Gas (Regular)

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Yoshi

5.0

Yoshi
All-Star Host
1,629 tripsJoined

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Yoshi are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

A/C is blowing cold❄️⛄️❄️ The third generation Accord was introduced in Japan on 4 June 1985 and in Europe and North America later that year. It had a very striking exterior design styled by Toshi Oshika in 1983 that resonated well with buyers internationally. One notable feature was the hidden headlamps. Because this generation was also sold as the Honda Vigor the Accord received the hidden headlamps. Honda's Japanese dealership channel called Honda Verno all had styling elements that helped identify products only available at Honda Verno. As a result Japanese market Accords had a Honda Verno styling feature but were sold at newly established Japanese dealerships Honda Clio with the all-new luxury Honda Legend sedan and international Accords were now visually aligned with the Prelude the CR-X and the new Integra. Accords of this generation for the European market did not have the concealled headlamps. The third generation Accord became the first Honda to employ double wishbones at both the front and rear ends. While more expensive than competitors' MacPherson strut systems this setup provided better stability and sharper handling for the vehicle. All had front sway bars and upper models had rear sway bars as well. Brakes were either small all-wheel discs with twin-piston calipers (only available on the Japanese-market 2.0-Si model) larger all-wheel discs with single piston calipers or a front disc/rear drum system. ABS was available as an option on the 4-wheel disc brake models though not in North America. Base model Accords rode on 13-inch steel wheels with hubcaps with more expensive models having the option of 14-inch alloy wheels. The Accord's available engines varied depending on its market: Japan received the A18A B18A and B20A Europe received the A16A1 A20A2 A20A4 B20A2 and B20A8 while North America received the A20A1 and A20A3. In Japan the introduction of a 2.0 litre engine obligated Japanese drivers to pay a higher amount of annual road tax compared to the last two previous generations pushing the Accord into the luxury category in Japan.

Features

Must be 30+ to book

Automatic transmission

Long-term car

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Stroller

US$30/trip1 available

Child safety seat

US$30/trip4 available

Parking details

Aviation Green Line Station 🚉 and Park. 11500 Aviation Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90045 2 miles away from LAX / 5-10 mins by taking free shuttle, Metro Connector C Line/Green Line from the pink/purple color shuttle station in front of all terminal.

Ratings and reviews

4.88

(41 ratings)

Reviews

Rachelle S.

Rachelle

This Honda Accord was an amazing ride. It drove well and is a classic. We had no problems with it and Yoshio is THE best host! Very communicable, detailed and cares about your experience! We'd highly recommend any one of his vehicles and will rent again from him.

Moriah R.

Moriah

Perfect vehicle for casual travel throughout the city! What a dream car. Certainly for lovers of old cars. Must love quirks!

Gregorio M.

Gregorio

Solid car, super fun to drive this classic!

Michael S.

Michael

Really fun car to drive around LA. Brought me back to one of the cars I grew up in. Drove well. Better for getting around town than long freeway drives. Love boxy cars!! Yoshi was very easy to communicate with and pickup and drop off were super easy.

Turo

Turo

The host cancelled this trip 3 days before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Yoshi's response

Oil consumption is high and decided to go early maintenance. The Cancellation was made after talking with the customer and having the replacement.


Trip start

Trip end


Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

Los Angeles, CA 90045
Free

Pickup locations

Los Angeles International Airport
US$50.00

Bring the car to me

Up to 3 miles
US$95

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 3 days or longer

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