Last post on Nov 17, 2013 at 1:16 AM
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Honda Civic, Sedan
#479 of 488 Re: Si glove box light? [cz75]
Feb 09, 2009 (12:30 pm)
Wikipedia can be your friend....
How 'bout you be my friend and tell us all what the heck you're talking about? If there are two of us that have no clue, I'm sure there are more. Why give wikipedia the hits?
Feb 18, 2009 (2:47 pm)
I would like to adjust the headlights myself on my 2009 Civic Si sedan. It appears straightforward enough, but I'm not sure of the proper tool to insert through the bodywork access hole in the engine compartment to engage the gear teeth on the headlight pod adjuster.
Anyone know how to do this or what tool to use? It seems that a Torx driver of some size might do the trick...
#481 of 488 When's the Next Gen Civic Due?
Jul 24, 2009 (11:23 am)
#482 of 488 Re: When's the Next Gen Civic Due? [tayl0rd]
Jul 26, 2009 (7:59 am)
It won't be before the 2011 model year. If they stay on their recent 5-year passenger car schedule, it should debut in the Fall of 2010.
#483 of 488 Re: When's the Next Gen Civic Due? [thegraduate]
Jul 27, 2009 (5:33 am)
Hmm... That works out almost perfectly! Wonder if I'll be able to get one of the outgoing Si sedans for a song? Or better still, one of those overpriced Mugens at a more reasonable price.
#484 of 488 Re: Headlight Aiming [jiminthehills]
Aug 21, 2009 (2:24 pm)
A long #2 phillips screwdriver adjusts the headlight aim.
#485 of 488 Re: si [warshocked2]
Aug 26, 2009 (3:13 pm)
My 08 Si is fine in the snow in NH with 16" Blizzak's. I use 16" steel rims. I can't comment on offsets, so check with your Honda or tire dealer.
#486 of 488 New Civic SI price
Sep 15, 2009 (7:25 pm)
I am in the market for buying a new SI. I would prefer a coupe, but i am not against a sedan for the right price. I currently have an offer for 20.5K for one with 2.9% for 60 months. Internet dealer said he'd throw in GPS, which i'm guessing would mean like a garmin or something, not actual NAV on car i think, nor do i really care about that. I would like to know how everyone else is fairing out there with deals on a SI w/o NAV.
I live in DFW, Texas if that gives any help.
#487 of 488 Re: New Civic SI price [jj987]
Sep 22, 2009 (9:49 pm)
Try Gunn Honda in San Antonio. They have a forum over at 8thCivic.com and seem to give excellent deals. Additionally, they will give actual dealer pricing, by region, if I'm not mistaken. TOV also has a price forum.
Nov 17, 2013 (1:16 am)
a 2013 SI sedan for $19,677 + tax/reg = almost $22K OTD. Sticker was $23,505. The $19,677 included a $300 "transfer fee" I agreed to in order to specifically get the orange color, which I love, from a different dealership. Got the 0.9% for 60 months - almost free money, yay!
The chassis on this thing is amazing, I haven't been able to get out of the car since I brought it home, and the engine is a dream, just LOVES to rev. The only thing I would wish for (same wish I have had with every car I bought since they all went to electric power steering) is more steering feel. But it holds to whatever line you point it along, so the steering is true, just a little too light.
Didn't think I would care about the i-MID at all, but it is actually more useful than I initially thought. And the two-tier dash ended up being a non-issue as soon as I had spent more than 10 minutes driving the car. Loving it so far!
Oh, and I just used the internet to get the price, and went with the place with the lowest bid, where I also surprisingly ended up getting good service from a friendly staff, so it was a win-win.