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|10th August 2010, 11:40||#16|
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The price seems to be more city dependant. In Bangalore a used Civic costs more than an equivalent Corolla. As GTO pointed out in above post, its the same case in Mumbai as well.
|12th August 2010, 09:25||#17|
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This can be confirmed from existing owners of the two cars.
One used car dealer I spoke to said that the maintenance costs of a three year old Civic are much higher than an equivalent Corolla.
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@filcord: I was told the same, but of late I hear Honda have slashed spare prices.
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People, don't forget that Civic is expensive than the Altis outright. If you see Civic and Corolla pricing to be similar in the used market, it surely means that Civic depreciates a little more.
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