2010 Honda Civic Si Sedan
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- It is a great little car, it is not a race car!!
- Car payments and a my brat kids, who want to drive it.
Purchased As New
I actually purchase 2013 Sedan Si for everyday use. I needed a work car with a little power. I have a 1995 Z28 Camaro factory loaded out to the max. Very nice ride, and a true looker. The Z28 will eat this Si to pieces, so I have a car that will go very fast. The cops love these Camaros the Honda is not as flashy as the Camaro as well. I purchased the Si Dyno Blue loaded out, because my older brother wanted one, but could not afford it. So, I purchased it to tick him off and what a cool thing to do to get even with a brother you do not care for. EAT YOUR HEART OUT DANNY!!
I have read some comments and I disagree with some people and I agree with the guy, who mentioned "they are not a kids cars anymore." I like the new design myself, and that dash is very cool looking as well. Most people who knock a car like this are the ones, who cannot change a tire, let alone kick out $28,000.00 bucks out the door. I will get 10 years out of this car with no problems. I also, own Honda power equipment and it starts every time and that means a lot when you depend on your equipment. Honda will not sell you this car, if you have bad credit. They are picky, who they sell there product to. I also want to mention Honda's will never make a car that is too high tech, they are simple and to the point. If you want technical, go buy a Cadillac and I promise. That Caddy will be in the shop more then a Honda any day of the week. Also, turbo set ups, are not dependable and they make the engine very hot. Honda does not like their engines getting too hot, I am sure that is one reason Honda keeps it simple. I am sure Honda also figures, if "you don't like the car, don't purchase it." There are a lot of cars manufactures out their, but they do not have the dependability ratings, like a Honda does and they have been here, since the early 1970's....read morehide
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