Hates Fuel: 1988 Honda CRX HF

The Honda CRX was an interesting two-seat front-drive economy sports car that really shook up the market when it was introduced in 1983. There were few other cars on the road that could be optioned to get 40mpg city/50mpg highway (in the CRX HF) or provide an exhilarating driving experience (CRX Si). Today’s CRX is the legendary tall-gear 1.5 liter D15B6 equipped HF, and while you might not hit VTEC yooooo, you will save at the gas pump. However, the carfax indicates that it was taken mostly off the road after 2008 with 85,000 miles on the odometer and then sold once in 2013, again in Sept 2022, again in Oct 2022, and now it is for sale again…now with 85,510 miles. I guess not driving your CRX HF is a REALLY good way to save money on gas. Find this 1988 Honda CRX HF bidding for $12,500 in Morrisville, PA via ebay with 2 days to go.

From the seller:

About this vehicle
This 1988 Honda CRX HF is an original. The owner has had it for 1 year. The vehicle runs great and is mainly used for car shows.
Seller’s Notes
Installed new tires,alt,dist,oem floor mats,oem muffler Things left to repair:LF fender has a small ding and needs painless ding removal Small Crack in heater face near heat control knob.
Vehicle Details
1988 Honda CRX HF, 85,510 original miles with its original D15B6 62 hp inline 4 with 5 speed- si ce car is 1800 pound gets from 46-50 mpg, Runs and drives like new,repainted 13” steel wheels with new tires, Original Paint in excellent condition, Rust Free car, has always been garaged.interior is original and mint.Car needs nothing, clean carfax, service records and window sticker and car delivery paperwork, This car is excellent shape and take to any car show….They Are Only Original Once…

1988 Honda HF, 85510 original miles on original 65hp D15B6 inline 4,5 Speed. Exterior is in excellent condition and body and floors are rust free originals.. 1 defect on exterior is small ding on Mf fender and is a candidate for paint less repair by new owner.

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