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Old 07 Aug 2008, 11:01 am
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Default 2000 Acura Integra LS with 90,000 miles - is it worth it?

I've just found the car of my dreams - a 2000 Acura Integra LS, two door hatch back in sapphire blue. It's perfect for me - except that it has over 90,000 miles on it. I've read a lot of great reviews on these, and I was just wondering if anyone knows if it's worth the $5,000?
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90,000 on a honda is nothing. thats baby miles
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Old 07 Aug 2008, 11:31 am
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first off, you need a carfax report on the vehicle to check and see if the title is clean and if it has been damaged before or not. after that, go to edmunds.com or kbb.com to check current market prices / value based on year, model and condition.
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90,000 is nothing on an Acura.make sure the interior/exterior is in great shape.look for leaks, weird noises stuff like that.find anything to where u can lower the price! lolbut 5,000 aint bad for a 2000 with 90,000 miles.its acutally a fair price...
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any honda/acura below 100k will drive like as if you bought it new yesterday. after 100k it's still reliable and great but it'll feel like you bought the car a week ago.mileage shouldn't just be the only factor for this car to be a deal. you needa know certain things, like the engine, title, driver, how many owners, etc. do some research first
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Thats good for a 2000
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90K? That LS is just starting... for reference, my '92 GSR has 220k and still running without issues. A light rough on idle now, but still pulls nice and hard. $5K is a little much, I'd say bring him/her down to $4500.
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thats nothing for a honda. when i had my integra it had over 250K miles on, i would still be using it but hit and run totaled it. so now i have to get another one, there super reliable, 5K is decent but talk it down to 4500
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