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Old 24 Apr 2011, 02:31 am
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Default Should i get a crx hf or si?

I think i might be driving far to my next job, about an hour+. But i don't want a slow car at all. Do the hf's suck and are they slow and stuff? Is the si a lot faster than the hf? So what do you think i should get? Are the extra couple mpg's of the hf worth it?
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Old 24 Apr 2011, 02:46 am
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Check out this site I'm attaching! You might like what it says about the HF.































While the Si version of the CRX gets all the glory for being the performance version, the CRX HF was a very good handling car. The HF's engine, of course, was no match for the Si, but at 52 mpg on the highway, it got almost 20 mpg more! HF, after all, stood for "high fuel economy". It also could mean "high fun".































hi-mpg.org
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