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Year: 2006
Make: Honda
Model: Civic EX
Exterior Colour: Royal Blue Pearl
Interior Colour: Tan
Trim: 4 Door Sedan
Drive Type: FWD
Mileage : 22,xxx Kilometers
VIN: Sorry i do not have it at this moment, i will update with you guys as soon as possible.

Drivetrain:

- 4 Cylinder
- 1.8 Liter i-VTEC
Horsepower: 140
Torque: 128
- 5 Speed Automatic

Features: Fully Loaded

- Power moonroof with tilt feature
- A/C
- Exterior temperature indicator
- Map Lights
- Steering wheel-mounted cruise control, Volume controller
- 160-watt AM/FM/CD audio system with MP3/Windows Media® audio playback capability and 4 speakers
- Body-coloured door handles
- Body-coloured heated side mirrors
- 16" Aluminum-alloy wheels

notes:
- car is washed very often, each day after a storm
- detailed every summer with turtle wax
- the car is fully stock

ASKING PRICE ---> $22,800



PM me

thanks
Kevin
 

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Year: 2006
Make: Honda
Model: Civic EX
Exterior Colour: Royal Blue Pearl
Interior Colour: Tan
Trim: 4 Door Sedan
Drive Type: FWD
Mileage : 22,xxx Kilometers
VIN: Sorry i do not have it at this moment, i will update with you guys as soon as possible.

ASKING PRICE ---> $22,800
I dont want to sound mean or anything...

But you do know that for that price.....

In USA, You can buy a new 08 Civic SI.

Or

In Canada, You can buy a new 08 Civic EX around that price.
 

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yeah...that price is too high. and even if its 2000 less than new...why wouldnt anyone get a brand new one?
 

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Well the price is subjected to the location of where he is selling it.
Sure you could pick up a new SI in the US for that price, but I believe he's selling this in the Canada East Section.

The SI was like 31k new from my local dealerships =S. The EX brand new was roughly 27k.

Just wanted to point these things out before people continued to bash him.
 

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I dont want to sound mean or anything...

But you do know that for that price.....

In USA, You can buy a new 08 Civic SI.

Or

In Canada, You can buy a new 08 Civic EX around that price.


In Canada you can buy a new EX for 23,640 + tax, freight, roughly $28-29,000



Please stop price bashing. If you're not budding, then don't worry about it.
 

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Well the price is subjected to the location of where he is selling it.
Sure you could pick up a new SI in the US for that price, but I believe he's selling this in the Canada East Section.

The SI was like 31k new from my local dealerships =S. The EX brand new was roughly 27k.

Just wanted to point these things out before people continued to bash him.
Please tell me those prices inlcude tax...
 

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I got my 07 coupe ex new for around 26500, so I'd still say this is asking for a bit much. Sedans are much cheaper. I'd say aim for around 20k.
 

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I got my 07 coupe ex new for around 26500, so I'd still say this is asking for a bit much. Sedans are much cheaper. I'd say aim for around 20k.
I wouldn't consider $339 "much cheaper".

Straight from Honda.ca

Sedan EXL after taxes
Total Price: $29,351.75

Coupe EXL after taxes
Total Price: $29,690.75
 

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Please tell me those prices inlcude tax...
Yes. The prices i'm giving as an example is how much it will cost to roll the car out of the lot :).

Personally. I don't find the sellers price is attractive, but it certainly is not asking for too much.
 

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Well, maybe not "much" in general, though it is "much" in my eyes. $300-400 is quite a bit imo, that's like 2-3 months of groceries for me :p
 

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Well, maybe not "much" in general, though it is "much" in my eyes. $300-400 is quite a bit imo, that's like 2-3 months of groceries for me :p
lol yes but by that logic, you could have had food for around 20 years instead of the $26.5k you spent on your Civic.
 
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