Last post on Sep 17, 2007 at 1:16 PM
You are in the Honda Civic
What is this discussion about?
Honda Civic, Car Buying, Coupe, Sedan
#11 of 14 Re: Mazda 3 [sandman46]
Sep 15, 2007 (7:35 pm)
CPO'd? I'm not familiar with this. What do you mean? Like a certified used car?
And I'm not following you on the off leased units. Are you referring to cars people leased that are now back at the dealership?
I swear I'm not an idiot. Hehe. I just don't know some of this car stuff. But, hey, I'd be an idiot not to ask.
Regardless, looks like my car options are a lot bigger than I originally thought. I have a lot of research to do it seems. I'll keep you posted!
#12 of 14 Re: Mazda 3 [cali_driver]
Sep 15, 2007 (9:37 pm)
CPO = Certified Pre Owned. I doubt they will do much with the 15,995 car since that's already a money loser. Unless something has changed, the 0% is only on v6 Accords. At least it was that way when I got my Civic a month ago.
#13 of 14 buying a 2005 Honda Civic LX 4dr. Sedan Nighthawk Pearl this week
Sep 17, 2007 (11:28 am)
Am buying a 2005 Honda Civic LX 4dr. Sedan Nighthawk Pearl this week - about 26,500 miles on it from a NY Honda dealer
Total is 11,290 - with taxes. 10,900 for the car.
Looked at carfax report online - paid for it myself. Looks clean.
Is this a good deal?
Also - this car is not certified.
They said they can tell me how much to get it certified. And how much an extended warranty would be if I didn't get it certified.
What is a good amount to pay for certification? Would $1000 be about right? I just don't want to overpay. And I am on a budget
#14 of 14 Re: buying a 2005 Honda Civic LX 4dr. Sedan Nighthawk Pearl this week [butt
Sep 17, 2007 (1:16 pm)
I'd rather have an extended warranty than certification. The certification isn't going to pay to fix anything that goes wrong. It is some comfort that nothing should but if/when it does it's your nickel. The warranty supplies the nickel. ymmv