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Mar 16, 2001 (7:35 am)
looking. I 'd buy another one. I doubt the CTR will make it here but I 'm hoping a base HB or even an Si is here in the fall or winter in time for me to trade in my '97 HB. I 'm up to 125k mi. already so by the end of the year I should be up to around 150k mi. and I think I 'll treat my self to a new one, mmm yummy, CTR! If the CTR comes here I might trade my GSR for it..
#21 of 26 Newer is not always better
Apr 12, 2001 (7:29 am)
I couldn't agree more with the previous posts regarding alder civics. My 1990 DX BB was a BLAST in the corners. Lithe body roll, excellent feedback and a light agile feel! I could easily pass "sports" cars costing three times as much! Not so with the new civics. Bigger, heavier, slower and less nimble is the rule with civics today. Thanks to "super-sized" people (height and width) wanting more room, more standard features and more safety, the days of the little, lithe, cheap coupe are over. Even a new miata comes standard with power everything and weighs over 2400 pounds and costs $21K.
Old school Honda fan
May 09, 2001 (9:49 am)
Here's something different:
Can Cruise Control be installed at the dealer on my 99 CX hatch?
I'd do it if the price was OK
#24 of 26 cruise
May 20, 2001 (11:52 pm)
check out jc whitney, they have cruise control units, but you have to install them yourself
Jun 21, 2001 (5:22 am)
I was wondering what would be the most fuel efficient Honda made car. From a ton of research I found the 92' Honda Hatchback vx was a good choice. I'm 15 going on 16 soon and was looking for a good starter car that got good gas mileage.