My husband is thinking about buying a 2003 ZX2, automatic with 78,000+ miles on it. He took it for a test drive and the car would not move and could not get it in neutral so he had to push the car back to the lot. It happened again a couple hours later with another guy. He works at a Honda Dealership in Westerville, Ohio but wanted this model to possibly use for a race car. He loves this model and has wanted one for years.
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Routine maintenance is all that is required. All the required services are outlined in the owner's manual and at what mileage they should be done. Here are the high lights Change the oil every 3,000 miles, this is the single most important thing to keep the car running well for 10's of thousands of trouble free miles. If it is an automatic transmission change the fluid and filter every 60,000 miles minimum. Flush the cooling system every 100,000 miles, use only long life coolant. These are additional services that greatly extend the life of the expensive components. A turkey baster works well for these Flush the brake fluid and power steering fluid resovoirs every 30,000 miles