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Old 13 Nov 2011, 03:01 am
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Default what should i get as a first car? a honda prelude,civic coup(2004) or a 08 mustang gt ?

if i get a prelude or a civic all my friends are going to call me soft and ect. and if i get a mustang it would be considered as a beast ? witch one should i go for oh and there all manual?
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Old 13 Nov 2011, 03:18 am
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Get the one that is right for yourself. Which on do you like the most and which fits in your budget? Don't get something based on the opinions of your friends. You're going to be the one driving the car, not your friends.
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Old 13 Nov 2011, 03:32 am
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Real quick, would you mind telling me the trim and engine of each car it really makes a difference for which one you should get.































I'll come right out and say though, don't get the Mustang. They are hard to maintain, finicky handlers at best, and you really won't get much opportunity to put all that power to the ground in everyday driving.































As for between the Honda's, it sounds like your friends have little to no knowledge of cars. You cannot consider someone driving a Prelude (depending on the trim, however it is a manual transmission which will make it probably the most fun) a pansy. The same goes for the Civic, just less so.































I don't know if you are looking at modifying them, but I will tell you that the Civic will have the most options, be the cheapest, and their will be the most variety for each channel of performance.































It doesn't matter what anyone says on Yahoo though, you need to try each one out and decide which one you enjoy the most. Remember you are the driver and owner, not your friends, what you think about your baby is what matters.
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Old 13 Nov 2011, 03:46 am
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Its all up to you buddy..But i have a few friends that drive honda..as well as me and i love honda i wouldnt change it. i have a honda coupe and gas mileage is amazing! Great reliable comfy and good looking cars. if your friends think its a little car, well get yourself a nice turbo kit and etc and they wont be laughing when you beat that little mustage..haha pick what you want thats just my opinion.
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