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Old 17 Jun 2008, 04:32 am
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Default trade in a 2000 daewoo leganza CDX for a 92 Honda accord EX?

would it be smart to trade in a yr. 2000 daewoo leganza CDX (84000) , for a 1992 Honda Accord (really nice). i havent asked the dealer how much miles there was on the accord but ill call in tomrrow kuz its sunday right now. but yeah my daewoos trade-in vale is about 3,100 dollars and there selling the 1992 honda accord (4-DR) for 3,500. do you think they'll accept it? the daewoo has a 6cd changer,alarm,tinted windows, leather it is top of the line. including traction control. But i live in las vegas dosent really rain. but yeah i trust honda WAY MORE! thanks for reading..
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Old 17 Jun 2008, 04:46 am
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yeah, go for it.
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Old 17 Jun 2008, 05:01 am
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yeah, i think that's a great idea! besides the accord has good performance & is easy to maintain.
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Old 17 Jun 2008, 05:16 am
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3.5k for a 16 year old honda? I wouldn't pay 350 for it what a rip off.
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Old 17 Jun 2008, 05:31 am
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I wouldn't trust either of them. Ones a 8 year old POS and the other is a 16 yr old car with probably well over 200k miles on it. Both will need some serious money to keep them running properly at this point.If all you have is about $3,500 for a car your best bet is something like a Chevy Cavalier, Chevy Malibu, or Pontiac Grand Am. The resales aren't that great which means you can get a decent car at a good price. They aren't fancy but they are reliable cars. Its going to be more reliable than both, easier to fix, cheaper to fix, and still new enough to last you 5 more years.
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yes, the daewoo has absolutely no resale value, and in the years to come, since daewoo went bankrupt parts to repair your vehicle will be harder to find. get the honda, honda has a remarkable resale value, and do to a very large marketshare, parts and accessories are inexpensive and easy to find.
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Old 17 Jun 2008, 06:01 am
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I would probably trade it in for a newer honda though. Either way it goes, the 92 will probably be better than a 00 daewoo
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