This 1993 Honda Del Sol Si is a desirable car, with nice modifications and a clean interior and exterior that tout surprisingly little wear. I say "surprisingly" because this car is unusually nice considering that it has traveled nearly 350,000 miles.
Yes, that’s right: This 1993 Del Sol Si has traveled an amazing 346,849 miles, which is an especially unusual feat considering the type of vehicle it is — namely, a tremendously small one. Most Del Sol models were used by people to drive short distances — but this one clearly wasn’t, as someone must’ve put up with the cramped cabin quite a bit to drive it so far over the last 25 years.
And just who was that someone? According to the Carfax report, this Del Sol has spent its whole life in Virginia, with the first owner adding 112,000 miles in eight years of ownership. The second owner put on the bulk of the miles, adding 220,000 miles over the next 12 years, from 2001 to 2014. The third owner has had it four years and has driven it only sparingly, adding about 6,000 miles.
The Del Sol Si has seen an increase in interest lately, as it’s becoming a popular vehicle to modify given its light weight and small size. Tuners especially prefer Si models like this one, which had 125 horsepower to the standard 106, though the later 160-hp VTEC models are especially sought after.
If you’re interested, this Del Sol Si is offered by Integrity Auto Source in Lynchburg, Virginia, for $5,999.
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