New Or Used 2010 Civic Coupe..

Discussion in 'Civic' started by JD, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. JD

    JD Guest

    "general advice", enough said.
    JD, Sep 29, 2010
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    Seth Guest

    Well what more do you expect from a Usenet group?

    and when will people learn how to snip extra crap out of messages? Makes the
    top-posting crowd look good.
    Seth, Sep 29, 2010
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    Dillon Pyron Guest

    A 68 FBird is not a 2010 Civic. Way back then you had to break them
    in because Ford/GM/Chrysler were too lazy/stupid to build engines
    properly. My first new car was a 74 Cosworth Vega (I think it was a
    74, but it was new). Yes, I did a beak in, including changing the oil
    at 1000 and 3000 miles.

    My Fit had 000000 miles on it when I did my test drive (okay, maybe
    ..1) Sitll had cardboard in the seats and no antenna. Break in
    consisted of driving it until the A1 light came on.

    I crew for a junior fueler. Our break in after rebuilding the entire
    big rotating parts consists of about 30 seconds of running. And these
    cars are supposed to make 1000+ HP in a couple of milliseconds.
    By now they are in the "sell it or smell it" stage with the new one.
    They're paying Honda by the month for the car and the 2011's are going
    to push it further back on the "I want" list.

    - dillon I am not invalid

    Toby (Tri-Umph That's the Sweet Truth)
    March 1998 - June 2010
    What a dog. What a dog!
    Dillon Pyron, Oct 4, 2010
  4. JD

    JD Guest

    Break-in seems to depend on who you want to believe:

    When I go back to the dealership I plan to look in the owner's manual in
    the used one to see what it says about the break-in period.
    This is what I would think but the local dealership isn't giving up much
    but we're still negotiating.
    JD, Oct 4, 2010
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    jim beam Guest

    On 10/04/2010 10:55 AM, JD wrote:
    they're not "negotiating", they're having fun reeling you in. sucker.
    jim beam, Oct 4, 2010
  6. JD

    JD Guest

    You've never really said what you think is a fair price for a new Honda
    Civic Coupe. Calling me names and telling me how to buy a new car
    doesn't really address the issue.

    What is a good price? Sticker Price is $18,995. Dealer Cost is $16,340.
    JD, Oct 4, 2010
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    jim beam Guest

    "dealer cost"??? on a used car being sold by one of their sales
    dudes??? give me a break.

    as to what is "a good price", do what i told you a couple of weeks ago
    and you'll find out. hint: ignore this "dealer cost" b.s. it's a
    fiction perpetrated on suckers. do your homework.
    jim beam, Oct 4, 2010
  8. JD

    JD Guest

    We're back to you wasting my time. Read my question to you: NEW Honda
    Civic Coupe. I just wanted to see if you can answer a question and it's
    obvious you can't. I've done my fucking homework. I don't need you to
    tell me how to buy a car. In your words, give me a break! Too bad you
    can't read a simple question. Go away!
    JD, Oct 4, 2010
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    jim beam Guest

    oh, i can, but i'm not your nanny. you've already gotten much more than
    you deserve.

    that's clearly bullshit - if you had, you'd not be continuing to pollute
    this group with you inane indecisive drivel.

    apparently you do or you'd have pulled the trigger by now.

    but then you'd have no one to project your own inadequacies onto...
    jim beam, Oct 5, 2010
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    JD Guest

    Go ahead, be my bitch or "nanny" if that's the word you like.

    You refuse to answer a simple question. New Honda Civic Coupe:

    What is a good price? Sticker Price is $18,995. Dealer Cost is $16,340.

    What's that go for in San Fran? Or Sacramento? You don't have a fucking
    clue, do you?

    The only inadequate person here is the one that can't answer a simple
    fucking question.

    Pull the trigger? What about doing your "homework"? Don't I still need
    to look out of state for a better deal? I'm not buying your bullshit.
    Did you ever consider that I used something like AutoTrader or Cars .com
    to do a little sales research and then maybe called some non-local
    dealers on their toll free numbers to get a better deal?

    Probably not. You're too busy being mister know-it-all. I'm a doctor
    Jim, not a know-it-all.

    I am mister know-it-all and I don't have time to waste.
    JD, Oct 5, 2010
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    jim beam Guest

    On 10/04/2010 08:23 PM, JD wrote:
    well, neither are true apparently.

    bottom line, i've already told you what to do, and how to do it. if you
    can't use that information, you have problems i'm not qualified to help
    you with.
    jim beam, Oct 5, 2010
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