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Old 16 Mar 2013, 02:46 am
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Default Is a Honda a good car to get? Are there sporty models?

I am looking into buying a Honda.















Are there any sporty models that are fast?















Are Hondas good cars to have?















What are pros and cons of having a honda?
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 03:01 am
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Honda civic is sporty or you can also go for the new hyundai elantra.
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 03:20 am
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My family has been buying Honda's since I could think. They are VERY durable since made from Japan. They do have sporty models such as the Accord Sport or Civic Sport. But the Accord EX alone looks sporty enough.
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 03:32 am
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If you mean newer models yes. As far as reliability yes, they are very good cars. Better than toyota right now actually. theyre not the fastest things out there but they do have impressive power output. The v6s would have a lot more power but even the 4bangers still aren't bad. They are good to have as daily driving commuters. Pros: great fuel mileage, sporty look, lots of aftermarket mods available, fairly simple to work on, great handling, and some can be fun to drive. Cons: people steal them because the parts sell for good money, some people see them as feminine cars or ricers, and they're not as luxiorious as the acuras. BUT, theyre still good cars. the civics and accords will not let you down. You might consider an sti model civic with a manual trans they're fun to drive. Hondas aren't really meant to be super fast cars though. The sti is just a faster version.
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 03:46 am
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Yup!There certainly is,and the most famous Sporty Models should be those JDM Honda,like the Honda Civic SiR-II EG6 and of course the Honda Civic Type R EK9.Definitely,unless you think that Hondas are a bit underpowered...which they pretty much in Stock Trim are.































Pros - Reliable Cars,Fun To Drive,Fun To Keep,Cheap To Buy,Easy To Fix,Easy To Tune and many more!































Cons - Being Stock It Is A Bit Underpowered
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 04:04 am
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ofcourse very reliable and economical
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 04:18 am
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Hondas last for a very long time. I have a honda civic si. Very fast and sporty. It has 170,000 miles on it and its running fine. Never had to get anything repaired. Also the honda s2000 are very sporty. And very fast. I hit 170 mph in a 2003 honda s2000.
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 04:37 am
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They are very reliable and the Civic SI is nice. The S2000 is a sporty model also.
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 04:46 am
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Honda Civic Si















Honda Prelude















Honda S2000















Honda NSX
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Old 16 Mar 2013, 05:04 am
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Hondas are very efficient and reliable cars. I have an '09 Civic which has gotten me from point a to point b with no problems.















Sporty models from Honda are the Civic Si (small hatchback). These are used for rally car racing as well as races on the street.















Late 1990s Honda Accords also are used in races, and Civics are also.































Hondas are indestructible cars. My brother got into an accident with a 2006 Civic. Some girl on the freeway was listening to music, putting on makeup, and answering a text message and rammed into his car. My brother's car hit a truck in front of him which went into the back of a semi.















My brother stepped out unscathed, but his car was a crushed cube.















Pros of having a Honda is knowing you are getting the best bang for the buck.















Your car will not fail unless you mindlessly let the oil change and tire rotation indicator flare up everytime you operate the vehicle.















Cons of having a Honda.... I cannot really think of any.































If you are getting a Honda, buy a used Civic or Accord, or a new Civic or Accord.
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