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Old 08 May 2008, 10:16 pm
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Default I need Honest Opinions on this. would you rather get a 2008 2-Door Honda Civic EX, or a 2008 Honda

CBR600RR?? I really need opinions, this would be for everyday driving/riding.I like the CBR because it is very good on gas from what I hear, aswell as not taking up alot of space. and it is alot cheaper than the Civic.But I like the Civic because its safer, it is also good on gas mileage, more comfy, you got a radio and cd player. (I love music)Right now, i am leaning to the CBR. not sure why though.My father is "gifting" one of these to me for graduating OCC. I have a hand me down 1996 honda accord right now 125K + miles. Please Be Brutally honest if you have to, i really appreciate these opinions and answers. THANK YOU!
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Old 08 May 2008, 10:31 pm
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They are completely different ends of the spectrum. One is an entry level coupe and the other is a motorcycle. The motorcycle is completely impractical, but if you already have a car you could go with that. I'm personally not big on bikes so I'd try to get a fast car in stead(used G35 or GTO), but if you really want a bike get that since you already have a car.
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Old 08 May 2008, 10:46 pm
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you can drive the civic in the rain and snow....
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Old 08 May 2008, 11:01 pm
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if you have an accord GET THE CBR!an o8 civic isnt much cooler than the accord. why have 2 cars when you can have a car and a bad ass bike.or...... get the 08 civc, sell your accord and buy a 2000ish cbr.
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seriously? you have a car alreadycbr=sexcivic=no friendswith a cbr you won't be cool in the rain.with a civic you won't be cool.have fun!!!
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Old 08 May 2008, 11:31 pm
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Get the Bike Mike...Get the Bike Mike...Get the B...oh sorry, is it Bob?Get the Bike Bob...Get the B...NO SERIOUSLY GET THE BIKE. IT IS WAY COOLER THAN THE CIVIC AND YOU'LL GET TONS OF HOT CHICKS. PLUS YOU ALREADY HAVE A CAR. A MOTORBIKE IS THE ULTIMATE SEX MACHINE. PERIOD.
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