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Overseas media announces “car ranking that refuses to die”

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Overseas car media carbuzz.com has announced eight long-lasting cars in a ranking format as “cars that refuse to die”.

Unlike old cars, modern cars can last more than 300,000 kilometers if the engine oil is changed regularly, but old cars are surprisingly long-lasting, so they are reliable and durable. Introducing 8 excellent cars.

Two cars from Japanese manufacturers are ranked in the ranking. What a one-two finish that decorates the 1st and 2nd place.

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That Honda car, which was also popular in Japan, came in second

Honda Accord’s third-generation model came in second in the “Car that refuses to die” ranking.

The third-generation model released in 1985 won the Japan Car of the Year award that year. It was a hit not only in Japan but also in the United States.

Not only has it been redesigned to have a sporty look with a low front nose and the only retractable headlights of all time, it is also the first mass-produced FF vehicle to use double wishbone suspension on all four wheels. I was given advanced equipment both inside and outside.

Overseas, the more people who ride this Accord for more than 1 million miles (about 1.6 million kilometers), the more highly evaluated it is for its outstanding reliability. In addition to the 3rd generation, the 4th and 6th generation Accords have reported more than 1 million miles, so they were ranked second in the “Cars that refuse to die” ranking.

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