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Old 04 Feb 2013, 08:47 pm
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Default The Honda I have chosen isssssss?

Out of the Mustang GT, Civic Si Coupe and Accord Ex-L V6 all 2013, I have chosen Honda Accord. Made the order today and pretty much got all the options you could add to the car. It came up to $38,100 and was fully paid off so no stress of leasing . Exterior is white, Interior is white. I chose Accord over the GT because it is an all around seasonal car where as in GT in winter it isn't the best to drive. Thank you all for your help, will be picking it up on my bday March 3rd!















Interior is black, my bad lol
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Old 04 Feb 2013, 09:01 pm
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Youre stupid. Don't need to post this of what you choose. And you're even more stupider for picking up a new car that looks crap. Remember what I say? New car looks crap
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Old 04 Feb 2013, 09:16 pm
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This isn't really a question at all..















So I won't give much of an answer, but I am physically angry at you for choosing that stupid FWD accord over an awesome mustang GT, you could have just got some winter tires and the gt is fine in winter. Unless you aren't a good winter driver, then I guess no. But if you are a driver car guy, then the gt is much better and will blow that Honda away. plus RWD in winter is a lot of fun if you're a good driver, obviously are not much of a car person and picked the typical lame family car with boring front wheel drive.. I live in Alberta Canada and get very harsh winters, and I love my Rear drive cars.
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Old 04 Feb 2013, 09:32 pm
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Wow what's with the hostility of these idiots,, the first guy could not even put a sentence together,, lol. well anyway for an all around great car you have made the right choice.. And hats off for being able to save your money and pay up front!!! I own a Mustang but my every day driver is my 02 Honda. accord,, you will love it there ultra reliable, , (and your right my Mustang sucks in the snow)
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Old 04 Feb 2013, 09:46 pm
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Congrats on joining the club, I've owned an accord for the last 14 years between 3 of them, most recent being a loaded 00 EX V6 that just needed a little bit of polishing up and a wheel bearing. Love the look of the newest Accords, probably be my next car in another 4 or 5 years once I take this one to 200k.
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Old 04 Feb 2013, 10:02 pm
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Wow, People are angry over your choice...































No worries, as long as the car makes YOU happy, and suits YOUR needs.. Thats all that matters!































Happy early bday btw
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