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Old 12 Jul 2008, 11:16 am
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Default 2007 Civic Si??

I like the new 07 Civic Si coupe and I don't know if I should get it as a first car. I also recently was thinking about a 05 Mazda 3 (2.3), or the 04 Acura RSX. Is the 07 Civic Si coupe good for a 1st ride? I know how to drive manual.
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Old 12 Jul 2008, 11:31 am
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i think the civic si coupe is a great option as a first car. it is small, relatively good on fuel efficiency, is priced well for a reliable car and is fun to drive. i own an rsx-s which is about its equivalent, which has been a great car to me. it wasnt my first, but i can still relate. the normal civic might be more practical, but it wont be nearly as fun to drive, for an active individual. insurance will be a bit high for the si version though, but not as high as for the rsx. my older bro owns a mazda speed 3, which costs about the same, but it isnt really a first timers car also kills gas. all great options but go for the newer models. almost always better/safer options if you could afford it.
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Old 12 Jul 2008, 11:46 am
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The 07 Coupe Si is a nice car, but if you do buy one, prepare to pay out big $$ for car insurance. I'm not kidding insurance on one is expensive (personal experience). It's a lot more than an RSX. It is a good car, gas mileage isn't that bad, but its not so great on car insurance. An 04 RSX would make a great first car, the insurance wont be as nice, and with some mods, you can get it done very nicely. Type-S is even better, i would try and go for a Type-S if you can find one that's not been beaten on.
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Old 12 Jul 2008, 12:01 pm
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The only problem with the Civic Si is higher insurance and it requires premium gas.The regular RSX would be cheaper, but the RSX Type S is the same as the Civic Si.All of these cars are reliable.The Mazda 3 handles the best and has 4 doors so the insurance is cheapest.
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Old 12 Jul 2008, 03:51 pm
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Default Re: 2007 Civic Si??

iono the insurance on it would be really expensive. my cousin has an 05 rsx type s an he's 21 buh he got it when hew as 19 an it was 1000 soemthing for his insurance an now its 800 wif no accidents
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