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Old 25th January 2010, 13:46   #16
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You stand to lose a substantial amount in depreciation on your Civic. Best for you to negate those losses and buy a used Altis AT. Not tough to find, and most probably, you'll not pay anything over at all. More like a zero value lateral upgrade.
I agree with the used car assessment, unless you don't mind stomaching the loss. Why not consider a used accord? however its low stance may make it difficult for ingress and egress.
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^^ OP has a problem with the Civic's low speed ride. The previous gen Accord rides stiff at low speed.
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