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So a 2008 fusion is good?

Decent.
post #92 of 96
04-08 Civics, Accords, Camrys, Corollas. reliability and gas efficient.

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Definitely a Civic. You can find one that has been in an accident with low miles and relatively new. In 2005 I bought a 2002 Civic with 30k miles for $5,000. Had some minor front end frame damage but held up to 160k. (Someone else clipped me and totaled the car). Ended up with $6,000 and bought another 2002 for ~$5,000 with 60k miles. Still driving it.

Short story: Get a Civic... They last and hold their value. Maintenance is cheap as are aftermarket parts..

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Definitely a Civic. You can find one that has been in an accident with low miles and relatively new. In 2005 I bought a 2002 Civic with 30k miles for $5,000. Had some minor front end frame damage but held up to 160k. (Someone else clipped me and totaled the car). Ended up with $6,000 and bought another 2002 for ~$5,000 with 60k miles. Still driving it.

Short story: Get a Civic... They last and hold their value. Maintenance is cheap as are aftermarket parts..

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Went to go see a 08 civic with 25 k miles for $8,500 ... Left after he said it was a rebuilt title and the car hit a guard rail and flipped twice... But it's all repaired and safe now...
Mannnnnn I can't mess with a whip that done flipped twice.... That's like a shorty who ran through a couple teams -
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Definitely a Civic. You can find one that has been in an accident with low miles and relatively new. In 2005 I bought a 2002 Civic with 30k miles for $5,000. Had some minor front end frame damage but held up to 160k. (Someone else clipped me and totaled the car). Ended up with $6,000 and bought another 2002 for ~$5,000 with 60k miles. Still driving it.

Short story: Get a Civic... They last and hold their value. Maintenance is cheap as are aftermarket parts..

glasses.gif

Went to go see a 08 civic with 25 k miles for $8,500 ... Left after he said it was a rebuilt title and the car hit a guard rail and flipped twice... But it's all repaired and safe now...
Mannnnnn I can't mess with a whip that done flipped twice.... That's like a shorty who ran through a couple teams -

Yeah.... cars that have been in a bad wreck are a no go IMO. In the event of a collision you dont want to be in a car thats already been stressed and might be weakened, especially with an aluminum framed car like a Honda.
post #96 of 96

2006-2010 Eclipse 

 

With 40-80k on it. 

 

Great gas mileage, the model has reviewed pretty well. 

 

 

-Fresh 

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