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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:52 am
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Default 1995 Acura Integra??

Its has 94,000 miles on it, priced about $5500, 4 dr, test drived it, seems very comfortable. Should i even consider buying the car?its a GS. Also the car has CD player in it & the dealer says that the CDpalyer came with the car. is that true?
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:54 am
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BUY AMERICAN!!! YOU LIVE IN THIS COUNTRY BUY FROM THIS COUNTRY!! Want a Japenese crap ricer, then MOVE TO JAPAN, AND HAVE FUN WITH THE OTHER RICERS!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:56 am
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integra's are very good cars id buy another anyday lol if you like it then buy itand if anything goes bad you can alwayz fix it your self witht the help of team-integra.netisnt nice to know theres a bunch of people whos been there and done that so you can do it your self =)that guy above is a prick i only buy import and i will move to japan in a few years lol =)
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 03:06 am
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Considering I don’t have all the info on the car – I checked on KBB and I found that the various cars from 1995 are valued for less than $5000. Acura’s like many Imports last long.An Acura can go up to 250,000 miles if you take good care of it. I think this would be a good car, though I’d suggest that you bargain with the seller and hopefully you would get it for a cheaper price than what the seller is asking for.I own an Acura and I would recommend it to anyone, they are very good cars, they last long and cannot compare to a lot of cars on the market.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 03:08 am
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Yes you should, like the lady above me said, they can go up to 200k. My cousin has a 94' 4 door Integra, bronze, suspension kit, 220k miles on it and everything is fine. If you like it, go for it and I hope you enjoy driving an Acura. And yes, they are one of the best brands in the market.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 03:12 am
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If it is an automatic hold out because you can find a better deal on an automatic integra, but if it is a 5spd i would buy it because the mere fact of it having a manual transmission drastically increases the demand for the integra.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 03:28 am
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Buy Japanese and you can get 100.000 miles more than an American Car!!!My Last American Car was a Ford Escort, 45,000 miles and every one of those was embarrasing. Until it died.My 1997 Integra LS has over 110,000 miles and they have all been fun. Still driving it.2001 Lexus IS300 49,000 miles and it drives great. Still Driving it.2004 Toyota 4Runner 42,000 miles, Great SUV still driving it.All 3 Japanese vehicles have close to the Escorts Mileage or beyond and are in 100% shape and have been great to drive. Have fun in your 4 Door Integra, I promise you will not be disappointed.By the way, Toyota builds cars in America, providing americans with Jobs. Ford builds cars in Mexico.Read article below:http://www.topix.net/forum/com/f/TK4SJA8H98KVHIA2N/p3
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 03:36 am
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cool deal dude, the car has low miles for a 1995. However check everything in the car. ask them if the timing belt has been replaced, distributor, starter, axles, battery, and ect.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 03:40 am
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Well, it depend on what type of model it is and the shape/condition of it. If all are good, then it's definitely a good buy. Ask any fan of integra and you'll know if it's a good buy or not. Some dealers even sell their integras for more than 4k and are well above 100k miles! And that's for a 94-95 integra. Consider yourself lucky if the car is in good condition with no mechanical problem.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 03:44 am
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Be prepared to spend a lot of money on all the repairs done to this vehicle at least three times more than an American vehicle.
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