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Old 15 May 2008, 11:31 pm
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Default 2007 Honda Civic...?

I have so many questions about this car. Its a lease take over. But thats not my question. Does anyone know if you can put an aftermarket navi/dvd player in the dash? What can you install in or on the Civic. I know its a great car. But I want to put my own touch on it. I'm not looking to modify it with rims and spoilers etc. Maybe a bodykit, but something low key. Any information would be greatly appreciated!I live in Canada. I think this may affect the car somehow. I only know enough to say that its a coupe. Not the Si sadly.When I say lease take over, I mean just that but also that I'm going to buy it at the end of the agreement.
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Old 16 May 2008, 12:16 am
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It's a least car, I dont think you can install anything if you're going to take it back. But if you could, you can install anything you want, as long you can afford it.
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Old 16 May 2008, 12:31 am
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Check the lease agreement. If it's thru Honda, give them a call. Some lease's forbid any modifications and at the end of the lease you may decide not to buy the car. Then you'd have to pay to bringing the car back to original standards before they'd accept it.You can install a navi system in the Civic. It was a double din size unit I saw. Looked pretty straight forward. Check with they may have a kit.I used to work as a Honda Salesman. Sold and Leased every type. I have an Element Sc and am looking at a Accord Coupe. Enjoy the Civic.
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Old 16 May 2008, 12:46 am
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If it is a lease, you are not allowed to change the car or add anything to it unless you buy it.
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Old 16 May 2008, 01:01 am
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well i can answer that you can put aftermarket navi but you have to buy a whole new console. like, its almost your entire I.P you have to replace. and whats coo about that is you can match your paint too. i dont kno regulations with a lease but im pretty sure you can do whatever you want. no extreme mods like a turbo or anything like that. all i kno is insurances dont cover aftermarket stuff and if anything aftermarket messes up your car its not covered either. i have a 07 CIVIC Si too. for a bodykit...i think the best one is the Touring Kit or the... Zen Body Kit. its dope
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Old 16 May 2008, 02:27 am
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Default Re: 2007 Honda Civic...?

I guess it's not allowed in the case of lease.
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