If honda made normal cars any more gas friendly who would buy a hybrid :laughing:Agnt004 said:How come the other models don't come with these? I don't see any downsides to it. Why wouldn't these be on the other civics to up the MPG rating?
Really? I looked under mind and didn't see some mounting holes, just like for the strakes. Thats good info! Disregard my previous post then! Sweet!!dude said:I've installed all three on my LX ( coupe)and they perfectly fit.
Keeps the engine compartment sparkling clean esp. in winter. The only thing is that the exaust pipe from the cat will burn a small hole in its lowest point as it touches the plastic (the exaust routing in the hybrid is completely different.
Also the long cover under the driver side protects all the fuel lines and brake lines from rock hit, dirt etc.
I would agree with that but I have been driving with the panels for over a year now and i haven't really seen any increase in mpg. They are really nice though for protecting the underneath of the engine and the gas lines.GoHuskies said:If honda made normal cars any more gas friendly who would buy a hybrid :laughing:
0W20 is not stored in bulk like your 10W30 that the dealer puts in your car. Please research before you post a comment as dumb as that one.:thumb:dude said:...thats why ussualy dealers charge more for Hybrid oil change (one more reason not to buy Hybridhnoes: )
If you register your car on Hondas "ownerlink" you will get coupons all the time for servicing. A regular oil change is $24.95 and the Hybrids are $10.00 more. A lot of Honda dealers "sell" Honda oil by the quart, but for a regular oil change, you are getting "bulk" oil. They are there to make money.dude said:Can you post the labor time on oil change for Civic and Hybrid?
It is true that Honda list on 0W20 is $6.22(for comparison Mobil one 0W20 is ~$5) but last time I checked the stores 0W20 and 5W20 have the same price.
Also can you tell me how many Honda dealers use Honda motor oil?
Now it's time for you to do some research.