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|6th January 2007, 19:07||#17|
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In the Civic range, in petrol, the Civic winds hands down! neednt think of a second opinion, i would say. Unless u want to step down or up a price. ur dentist's son will be very happy with it, and if hez happy , ur dentist is happy, and if she is happy, ur teeths are happy!
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Rodeo, I cant agree with you more. I told my friend/dentist that I would be happy to take her son for a few revs in my RS just for him to get the feel of it.
My mom complined about her NHC too. The girl took my cousins Vtec out (she has a CVT) for a spin when I was out of town. I got a earful from the family when i got back. Whats with the women I know. All of them have lead feet. :-(
The Laura is out. Too much money. RS or Civic is now the choice. Civic is leading the race because of
a) resale value - the car won tbe kept more than 5 years
c) The Auto box will come useful in heavy traffic.
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