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Old 03 Dec 2009, 05:16 pm
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Default Whats the best car PLEASE HELP!!! I NEED ALL HELP PLZ?

I'm looking for a car it needs to HOLD UP 4 AT LEAST 4yrs. it needs at least 195hp+ i need good INSURANCE on it too i only HAVE 7.5K FOR THE CAR so it needs to be in those boundries it has to be 80k miles and down. throw something in if need but no v8 or high insurnce cars like a twin turbo or something like that nothing old than 98 or 97 here are my choices:

98-01 Honda Prelude 2.2l 4cyl coupe

00-04 Honda Civic 2.0l 4cyl hatchback

99-01 Honda Accord 3.0l 6cyl coupe

01-03 Vw Gli 1.8 t sedan

00-01 Acura Integra 1.8l 4cyl coupe
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Old 03 Dec 2009, 05:31 pm
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The best car out of those is probably the 99-01 Honda Accord 3.0l 6cyl coupe because Honda makes good cars and this one has good power and it will definately hold up for 4 years if u take good care of it.
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Old 03 Dec 2009, 06:46 pm
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Honda/Acura = LASTS FOREVER!!!!!

VW GTI = Constant breakdown, another trip to the garage and spending endless money

that goes same for all other japanese & european cars....

Your insurance will double if you have a car with twin turbo. If you have a car which has over 130 hp or more, your insurance definitely goes up more. 195 will be high and insurance will love to take your money.

All the Honda's you've listed are perfect, Prelude might have a high insurance despite the fact that it is considered as a sports car + any car with 2 doors have high insurance. Honda accord 6 cylinder will definitely have high insurance. Acura Integra will have very high insurance because its one of the easiest cars to steal (#1 on the top 10 most stolen car list) If that civic is an Si then definitely it will have a high insurance. If I were you the civic/Prelude would be ok. The Honda Accord would be a better choice when it comes to reliability and superb handling and smooth ride quality (this is what people would technically prefer in their cars.) All Honda's are fine, be careful with Acura, avoid Vw Gli, it might break down constantly and cause alot of problems in the future.
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Old 03 Dec 2009, 07:46 pm
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well all the honda and acura are good except the accords from that year tend to have transmissions problem on the automatic not sure abut manual

but for 195hp up i would get the prelude since its h22a4 vtec 205hp

acura integra gsr 170hp

00 civic hatch 107hp

02-05 civic hatch si 160hp
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Maybe You should google it at first hand ,nevertheless, if you like some direct resource ,here

should be helpful.
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