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Old 24 Nov 2009, 12:01 am
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Default Is buying a 1994 Honda 2 door for 2,500 a good deal?

A friend of mine is selling me a 94 Honda An is asking for 2,500 becaus he is leavin town an needs the money I don't know much about cars he said it had leather seats an is great. Would this be a good deal though? If it runs good an all?
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Old 24 Nov 2009, 12:16 am
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How many miles on it?















What's the body condition?















Does it need work?































I'd say no unless it has 120,000 miles or less on it.
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Old 24 Nov 2009, 12:31 am
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it would be like just giving away $1200
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Old 24 Nov 2009, 12:46 am
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leathers seats should not be the deciding factor on a 15 year old car. Get a CARFAX and find out how many miles it has. I don't like this idea all too much, though.
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Old 24 Nov 2009, 01:01 am
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what type of Honda coupe?Accord?Civic?Prelude?
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Old 24 Nov 2009, 01:16 am
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You also should compare car insurance quotes for cars before buying one, for example here - carquotes.fateback.com
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Old 24 Nov 2009, 01:31 am
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That's too much in my opinion. My friend bought his 92 civic for about $800 with rims on it.















Just the miles on it and ask if it runs good, does it burn oil? Just check it out, drive it and make sure everything seems to work fine. If everything works fine...lower the price...still too much if everything is fine.































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Old 24 Nov 2009, 01:46 am
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If it is a Honda Accord LX Coupe w/4cyl automatic("fair"condition) $1,685 private party value.A pristine EX Coupe should fetch $2,875.Always check the sites below for suggested value so you won't walk into a car deal guessing.For the value amount shown above,I used 200,000 for mileage.
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