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Old 06 Oct 2007, 07:45 am
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Default 2000 s2000 80,000miles for $14000. Good deal?

what do you guys think?I checked the carfax and everything is fine.2 owners but I think the 1st owner took real good care of the car because on the carfax the vehicle was serviced regularly (Lubed oil and filter changed ) and the second owner only drove 10,000 miles in 2 years. (1st owner drove like 13,000miles/year).year is 2000color blackmileage 80,000price $14,000is it a good deal??
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 07:48 am
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Sounds good to me I don't think you'd get much more for that amount of miles and since it's a 2000. I don't have the money now but I'm def. looking for one I wish I could take it off your hands but I'm still saving.
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 07:52 am
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Yeah, S2000's are nice cars. As long as it has been maintained it is a good deal. they retail for over 30k new so go for it.
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 07:54 am
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Sounds about right. Is it a dealer? If so, knock it down as much as you can and get a good interest rate. If it was well maintained, it has plenty of years left in it.
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 07:58 am
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Yes that's a really good deal, a 2000 S2000 for $14,000. Mileage is about avg, and Hondas are great cars so you may be able to drive about 180k more miles! Go for it
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 08:01 am
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It's not bad and you won't be considered ripped off . That's a decently high mileage though. But it's a year 2000. Have fun with the high revs =)
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 08:04 am
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I'D BUY IT ON THE SPOT IF I WAS YOU. HONDA'S ARE MADE FOR LONG RUN ON THE ENGINE. 200K MINIMUM 300+K DEPENDING ON THE MANTIANANCE.IF YOU ARE BUYING IT FORM A FRIEND OR A PRIVATE PARTY SEE IF YOU CAN BERGAIN IT DOWN AND SAVE A FEW BUCKS.I'VE GOT AN 03 ACCORD SEDAN 2.4L iVTEC IT'S GOT 83K ON IT WITHOUT ANY DIFFICULTIES. WELL I'M THE SECOND OWNER, THE 1ST OWNER HAD 42K ON IT. BUT WHAT DA HELL, IT'S STILL RUNNING LIKE NEW EXPECT THE FACT SOMEONE DID A HIT AND RUN ON MY FENDER AT WALMART.GOOD LUCK!
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 08:06 am
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HAHAHA NO WAY! I OWN ONE, I BEAT THE HELL OUT OF MINE, I BURNED ONE CLUTCH ALREADY AND I ONLY GOT 13,000 miles, tell them no way, especially a 2000 with the plastic rear window, are u joking?! i have a black one, you can see all the darn swirls in the paint and it gets dirty without even driving it. try to have them knock off some money, low ball them like crazy 10,000 bucks. anymore questions email me.
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