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Old 14 Mar 2008, 08:01 pm
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Default 1999-2000 honda civic si prices in California?

Hi how much should a black or blue 1999-2000 honda civic si cost for clean title with around 85,000 miles on it from a dealership or private owner? and how about a salvaged title due to theft,1999-2000 honda civic si with 88-130K miles on it cost?Was just wondering, and is there really a huge risk with purchasing a salvaged SI if it was salvaged by theft? it still has the DOHC engine and cluster and stereo wher replaced.Thanks in Advance!I live in Sacramento-Bay area part of california, if that changes the prices at all?
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Old 14 Mar 2008, 08:16 pm
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my fiance just bought a used 2000 si blue. it has a clean title and about 90,000 on it and it was $8500. (we are in NY) a salvage title will cost you less, but there is risk in that kind of title. Not that it will break or whatnot, but there is no resale value for that kind of car. also make sure the frame isnt bent, cause that is VERY difficult to fix
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Old 14 Mar 2008, 08:31 pm
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Depends on conditionKelly Blue Book Private Party Value for California2000 Civic SI Excellent Conditon $9750Good condition $9000Fair Condition $8100prices are higher if you are buying from a dealer because the dealer spends money to recondition the cars, to advertise them and to offer a warranty on them.Salvage title vehicle is only good if you want to own it for the rest of your life because the resale value is peanuts. You can't trade a car into a dealer with a salvage title and most people just stay away from them. there are a lot of flood cars from Hurricane Katrina with salvage titles out there and they are fraught with electrical problems so make sure your 'theft' vehicle wasn't stolen from Louisianna!you can check the values for your specific zip code on Kelly Blue Book's website www.kbb.com
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Old 14 Mar 2008, 08:46 pm
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I definitely wouldn't get the salvaged car. Those year Civic SIs are so popular and hard to find that the prices are way more than they are worth in my opinion. You could get a Honda Prelude for about the same price, and they are a much nicer, faster car. Head and shoulders above a Civic. I have had both.
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