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Old 02 Jan 2008, 12:46 pm
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Default What do you think about this TL?

http://www.pohankaacura.com/VehicleD...870244194Also, what questions should I ask about it?
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Old 02 Jan 2008, 01:01 pm
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3,109 Miles nothing really its practically brand new. And is still under warranty. I would ask maybe how it got there IE trade in, Previous rental, etc..... Nice one either way id get the Type S but 6spd well because i don't like automaticPS check Carfax aswell...
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Old 02 Jan 2008, 01:16 pm
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Ask them to give you an extended warranty, to at least 7 yr, 100K if it doesn't already come with it.
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Old 02 Jan 2008, 01:31 pm
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286hp car with an automatic and that too front wheel drive!?!? Well to each other own I suppose.- Check car fax- Since it's so damn new check to see if there are no liens on the car. This is crucial because if there is, the lien holder can repossess the car and you'll never see your $37,000+- Test drive it to ensure the transmission is fine (Honda trannys are terrible). Also if the engine responds to hard revving.- Check for body damage. There shouldn't be anything other than very minor scratches- Ensure that the tires aren't too worn out. If so whoever had it before you drove the $hit out of it and you should be extra careful. After all this is a Type S
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Old 02 Jan 2008, 01:46 pm
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Be sure to ask the dealership if this car was used as a demo. If so, it's probably been driven very hard by the test drivers from the dealership. The gentle "break-in" period for a new car was unlikely adhered to so you might run into some problems in the long run. An extended warranty might be a good idea.
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