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  • Goodbye F-150, Hello Civic

    rapid change in the public's car-buying habits (surprise!)

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.c ... 11CNTC.DTL

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    Cool! I can get a great deal on a truck now! The better to run over the little thresher-cars...

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    • #3
      Re: Goodbye F-150, Hello Civic

      Originally posted by gh
      rapid change in the public's car-buying habits (surprise!)

      http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.c ... 11CNTC.DTL
      You'll like the MPG. I'm on my 2nd Civic...2002 w/197K on it...still getting 40-42mpg during the summer! Had 212K on the first one before I got totalled from behind.

      Enjoy

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      • #4
        Originally posted by gm
        Cool! I can get a great deal on a truck now! The better to run over the little thresher-cars...
        Dumbass troll . . .

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        • #5
          My mother still drives (at age 90, in a hilly city, with a stick, and with one eye!) an '86 Honda Civic. Mostly rusted out from being in the snow/salt belt, but after 4 months of being buried in the snow this winter, it turned over on first start and rattled away.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bad hammy
            Originally posted by gm
            Cool! I can get a great deal on a truck now! The better to run over the little thresher-cars...
            Dumbass troll . . .
            Burnt-out busybody tree-hugger :lol:

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            • #7
              Re: Goodbye F-150, Hello Civic

              Originally posted by Kurt Francis
              You'll like the MPG. I'm on my 2nd Civic...2002 w/197K on it...still getting 40-42mpg during the summer! Had 212K on the first one before I got totalled from behind.

              My 1991 Geo metro just gave up the ghost two months ago. Three cylinder, got 50-55 MPG (40+ in hilly downtown Duluth, MN). I can't complain...just under 400,000 miles on it.

              Now I'm driving my other car: the gas-guzzling Geo Spectrum (35-40 MPG).


              Did I mention I feel no need to use a vehicle to "make up for anything"--? :]

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