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Old 01 Jan 2013, 04:21 am
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Default Just bought a 2006 Honda Civic, need help.?

Well, I just bought a used 2006 Honda Civic with 63000 miles on it for $11,500 before taxes, retails at $12,500. My concern is, did I make a good decision on this car? The dealership has a 3 day money back guarentee so I can take it back tomorrow if I want to. Should I totally give it back or try to get the price further reduced?































Also, how many miles can I get out of this car? It was a 1 owner car with full maintenence records on the carfax.































I own a 2000 Oldsmobile Alero with 85000 miles on it, should I return it and just keep driving that till it dies on me?































I am 18 and have never done this before, help is appreciated.
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Old 01 Jan 2013, 04:32 am
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I wouldn't have brought it . & look at the mileage ! Honda's are TRASH !
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Old 01 Jan 2013, 04:50 am
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honda's are great cars.....as for the olds...if it's a 3.3 or 3.4 there really prone to head gasket failures.....hope this helps
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Old 01 Jan 2013, 05:03 am
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I understand you have not done this before when you want to get a price from a price guide like kelley blue book or the national automobile dealers association or NADA guide that I like to use you need to give us as much information about the car you are asking about for example the honda civic had the mileage but that is about all the information you gave us and there is actually a civic coup with 3 different trim levels the civic hybrid with diffeent trim levels and the civic sedan with 3 trim levels plus some may have air conditioning or no air conditioning which is a deduction off the final price as is no navigation system which is also a deduction same for the alloy wheels and a deduction for no auto trans.















I checked the coup and the sedan as best I could and none of the civics had a 12.5 retail value that was pure bs most were betwwn 9 and 11 grand so they were close but if you were to go on auto trader and check the honda civics you can find some a lot less then what you paid you paid high retail basically.
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