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Old 09 Oct 2010, 05:31 pm
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Default Is the 1999-2001 Honda Accord a good fist car?

Will be turning 16 soon, and am in search of a good car, and price range so I would know about how much to start saving for.. I have tried Isuzu Rodeo's, and everyone gave bad reviews/opinions, so I also like the Accord .. In the year range from 1999-2001 (I like that bodystyle) .. So I need honest opinions.. Everything from gas, to insurance! Do you think it would be a good safe, fuel efficient, first car? Give your complete opinion in detail!































Also- I will be getting a personalized tag on my car, which can be up to 7 letters.. I need some ideas.. What ever it is, it WILL be spiritual. Such as, for example "PRAYN4U"































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Old 09 Oct 2010, 05:46 pm
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yea thats great,















my first car was a 2003 nissan maxima. and i still have it































get any car, you work and customize it to be yours.
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Old 09 Oct 2010, 06:01 pm
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If you don't care at all about cars, driving, performance, looks, interior design, or ride, and just want an econo box to get you from point a to b and do it reliability then yeah its a good first car.
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Old 09 Oct 2010, 06:16 pm
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YOu are not the only person who have ever met this kind of problem,I met this type of problem before.I have good experience here **www.AutoInsuranceFree.info** to solve the problem.
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Old 09 Oct 2010, 06:46 pm
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Great first car. I bought my '99 Accord coupe brand new and just got rid of it about a month ago. The engine was fine, other parts started to go bad (driver door wouldn't open at all, driver window didn't role up all the way, power steering pump was going out). Had about 150K miles when I let it go and I'm sure it still has quite a bit to go. Figured it was time to get a newer one.































I still have the 18" rims (4 lug) that I used during summers.
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Old 09 Oct 2010, 07:01 pm
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You also should compare car insurance quotes for cars before buying one, for example here - carquotes.sinfree.net
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