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Old 22 May 2006, 09:38 am
Dean
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I live in Southern Cal and most of the dealers have a vary limited supply of
Civics and they wouldn't deal on them, so I bought a Accord Se for a
thousand less than MSRP out the door or within $100 of the price of a Civic
EX.


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Old 22 May 2006, 09:57 am
Steve Mackie
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> I live in Southern Cal and most of the dealers have a vary limited supply
of
> Civics and they wouldn't deal on them, so I bought a Accord Se for a
> thousand less than MSRP out the door or within $100 of the price of a

Civic
> EX.


....and the dealer still made more money by you buying an Accord rather than
a Civic.

Steve


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Old 23 May 2006, 04:51 pm
Howard H
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>
> ...and the dealer still made more money by you buying an Accord rather
> than
> a Civic.
>
> Steve
>
>

Shame on that dealer. Imagine that. He made money so he can provide jobs,
pay taxes, support commerce and maybe put some of it in his own pocket.
But many probably feel he should lose money and give away everything for
nothing and then one by one dealers should go bankrupt and then watch the
economy go down the drain and they would blame everyone else because they no
longer have a job and the economy is in depression.
If you don't like the price, don't buy it. Go elsewhere. Have you ever heard
of free enterprise or caveat emptor.
Think about it.


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Old 23 May 2006, 05:02 pm
Steve Mackie
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> Shame on that dealer. Imagine that. He made money so he can provide jobs,
> pay taxes, support commerce and maybe put some of it in his own pocket.
> But many probably feel he should lose money and give away everything for
> nothing and then one by one dealers should go bankrupt and then watch the
> economy go down the drain and they would blame everyone else because they

no
> longer have a job and the economy is in depression.
> If you don't like the price, don't buy it. Go elsewhere. Have you ever

heard
> of free enterprise or caveat emptor.
> Think about it.


Do you have a habit of flying off the handle for no reason?


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