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Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 1:57 am

I just bought a 2002 Honda Civic EX Coupe. It rocks!  Big grin

Does anyone else drive a Honda? I have heard they are very reliable. If you drive one (or know somebody that does), what has been your (or their) experiences with Hondas? Do you (or they) like it?

Any info appreciated!

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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 2:01 am

Drove an Accord LX from 90 to 99. Great car....the engineering is second to none.

I know Honda timing belts use to be fickle and needed replacing a bit earlier than other models, but that was the only flaw and it may have been rectified by now.

You WILL find that the plastics and stuff in your passenger cabin start giving out long before your mechanical systems will.

Anyone know when the new Accord body style comes out? They freshen it every four years or so.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 2:05 am

Heavymetal -

The new body style I believe is going to come out next year as a 2003 model.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 2:28 am

Hondas are great. My stepmom's 1990 Civic has about 360,000 miles on it. We did change the engine at around 300,000 though. It didn't give out, we just figured it needed changing. My 88 Accord has about 152,000 miles on it and I'm counting on it lasting me a couple more years.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 2:35 am

I used to drive an '87 Civic for two years ('99-'01). It served me well. It has close to 250,000 kms and mechanically it needs work. Somehow over last winter anti-freeze got into one of the cylinders. The shifter is really sloppy, and the clutch is virtually gone. But for the price I paid, it served me well and I would do it again any day.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 6:19 am

I have a 1992 Honda Civic 160i, which has just clocked 203 000km. It is the most reliable car I have ever owned, but it is starting to rust in a number of places, including places I have never seen cars rust before and it has recently started to leak and I don't know where the water is getting in. It does not look good any more and I am disappointed that despite having been looked after it is disintergrating around me. Excellent engineering though.
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 6:36 am

We got a '94 Accord and we love it. The car is very reliable. These cars seem to last forever.
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 7:13 am

Honda? HA! I wouldn't litter my driveway with such cars..... Big grin Big grin
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 7:20 am

I drive a Acura (Honda) and its the most mechanically reliable vehicle I have seen.

Honda still hasnt gotten down the Noise Vibration Harshness aspect. Rattles and squeaks everywhere. Also like the guy above said, the plastics and various trim pieces will fall off or loosen up before anything else goes wrong.

But it will hold up no matter how much you abuse it/hate it.

 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 9:28 am

I have a 2001 CR-V. I absolutely LOVE it!!!  Smile
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 9:37 am

I drive a 2001 blue Toyota Camry.
I love it.


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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 11:45 am

1995 Acura Integra GSR. Just hit 100,000 miles so I did the timing belt. Other than that, I haven't spent a dime on it. Great car and I plan on driving keeping it for another 100K miles. If I could find a better compromise between sports car performance, looks, gas mileage, and the practicality of four seats, I buy something else.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 11:49 am

Me and my family have been driving Honda's for years. My lease is due on my Honda at the end of this month so I have to turn mine in. But I'll be walking out of the dealer with another one - an Accord EX!
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 12:10 pm

My 86 Accord LXI hatchback is on permanent loan to my Mom now, everything major is original, including the rust. It won't stop running though, 216,000 Alaskan miles.

I gave it some TLC and a tune up this past summer. On the "Test Drive" it rolled the speedo needle over 110 MPH. When it was young 130 was possible.

That's my third one, the first was the original 77 Accord, put 170,000 miles on it and sold it to the pizza delivery guy. The second was an 84 Accord sedan, put 140,000 miles on it and sold it to a high school kid who I bumped into at a mall parking lot 5 years later and it had over 200,000 at that time.

Yes, they are good cars.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 1:32 pm

I'm jealous that you bought a new 2002 Honda civic! haha Wow great car! I am the Honda driverolic! I always have Honda for many years. My first car was Honda civic hatchback 1978. Second, Honda CRX-HF 1985. Third, Honda CRX-Si 1990. Now, my fourth currently, Honda Civic EX 2-dr 1997. I will try buy a new car next year maybe 2003 Civic EX hopefully! Honda is the best cars in the world! I love to drive Honda very much. I cannot stand drive with any American cars!

Big777jet

 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 2:13 pm

I would like to buy a '93 Accord. Anyone have it?
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 2:43 pm

We just got a 2002 Honda Odyssey EX-L. Wondeful car with smooth power sliding doors, and the third row seat is really an engineering feat! Folds flat into the floor! Extremely quiet at 70mph also!

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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 3:19 pm

2001 Civic LX 2 door. I like it so far. Hopefully it will last a long time.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Wed Nov 07, 2001 3:52 pm

2002 Acura 3.2 TL Type-S [I love this car]
(its pretty much a luxury Accord with an overpowered engine, and some goodies)

-260 hp engine
-heated leather seats
-BOSE stereo system
-GPS Acura Navigation Computer
-6CD indash player
-Sequential Sport Shift Transmition

(in other words... the works...)

this car is SO much fun to drive



Also use my dads 95 Accord V6
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 10:52 am


2000 Honda Accord LX
Love it!!!
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L-1011-500
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 11:11 am

SJC - Sweet car. 260 hp at your disposal. Must be nice. Big grin

 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 11:55 am

All of you rice burners hehehe i pity the fools, oh and A321US i cant even fit into a small tuna can like a CR-V a wanna be SUV. Anyways I can be spotted in my 1996 Chevy Impala SS Custom with redone engine that blows all of you out of the water with a 5.7 V8 (same as a vette) and over 360HP at my disposal. I would like to know why do you guys keep a car with 150-300K miles.....its, unless i didnt have the money for a better one id be well ummm humiliated driving in one. I hope you guys didnt make the Civic and Accord Rice Rockets.....Anyways  Big thumbs up  Big thumbs up to Honda, not a bad car maker overall (the cars could get bigger)
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 12:06 pm

I still think you're an idiot.
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LOT767-300ER

Thu Nov 08, 2001 1:03 pm


LOT, Your point being??? My girlfriend has a freaking Mercedes S600 (which means i drive it everywhere) that blows your crap out of the water. Impala, what the hell? Don't know why your bragging about. By the way, used to have a Chevy Tahoe, which I traded in for my Honda Accord and I love it. Don't know why you brag about Chevy's, they are nothing but tanks that are ugly as hell might I had. By the way, I love the CRV and you have no right in criticizing people who drive cars with 300K miles. This could mean that they might be a bit smarter and more appreciative for $ and value of things, but you have no right in criticizing them. So why don't you shove the 350 HP (which I doubt it has) and shove it up your a**, all up in it.
Twinjets...if one fails, work the other one twice as hard!!!
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 2:06 pm

Ahahah Rice Rockets...
I have seen a few of those. People trying to put stickers on their cars to make them look like they go faster, and put spoilers taller then they are to make it look nicer.

I have added 3 things to my car (2001 Toyota Camry V6)

Silver tinted wondows. it's so amazing looking with the Royal Blue paint and Silver windows.

New tires 18 inch to make it handle better

New CD/mp3 player in the car dash, as well as speekers.

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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 2:24 pm

Ohhhhh, that sounds very nice. Can you post a picture, 174?
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 4:58 pm

Yeah the 260 horsepower make that thing a true rice ROCKET once the torque really kicks in at about 40mph
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Thu Nov 08, 2001 7:15 pm

My first new car was a Honda Ballade (Civic)150. very reliable but underpowered.They were sold and serviced by Mercede-Benz SA and were considered a poor mans Merc.....
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 2:06 am

In 1997, I bought a 1993 Honda Accord EX coupe which was a lease return. I drove that car up until the beginning of October. The Honda performed flawlessly, had great power (the EX has dual exhausts), and got about 34 mpg on the freeway (it is one of the 5-speed models). I kept it in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition, and would still be driving it today. However, my job necessitated my purchasing a mini ute. I don't like the looks of most of them, but I bought a 2001 Toyota RAV4, also a 5-speed, with four-wheel drive, in dark metallic green. The RAV is an AWESOME little vehicle, performs well, and is quick off the line with the 5-speed. Plus I can put EVERYTHING and ANYTHING into it - the rear seats split-fold and are completely removeable. And the RAV is really a nice-looking vehicle, with great lines. I looked at the Honda CR-V, but found it too boxy and quirky on the inside.

I sold the Honda to a woman and her husband last weekend. The car had 105K on it, and will be good for at least 150K more. I was sad to see it go, but looking at the new RAV sitting in the parking lot, and driving it around, I think I can deal with it.  Smile

PS: People who keep cars with over 100-200K on them do so because they CAN. American cars are designed for a service life of about three years. Beyond that, they turn into heaps of crap and need a great deal of maintenance all the time if there are more than 90,000 miles on the odometer. And any car with high miles that is well-maintained will not LOOK like it has that many miles on it. My mother proudly drives a Volvo 744GL with over 135,000 on the odometer, and she will continue to do so as long as the car is running and looking good. I plan to keep my RAV until it dies - why buy a new car every 3-5 years? That's a huge waste of money.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:03 am

767-332ER first of all im saying i dont like Rice Rockets, i dont have anything against a normal Civic or Camry or Accord or whatever. Second of all your girlfriend isnt you, my best friends dad has a Ferrari, so what it aint mine. Why would i want a CR-V? ITS JUST TINY! 300K miles....value? Those cars have no value with that many miles. Anyways i doubt your gf has a V12 with 365 HP that STARTS at $115,845....

3-5 years???? What are you talking about. My parents still have a 8 year old T-Bird with 80K on it and its running fine and it didnt break down once.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:15 am

I find it interesting that Accords are labelled "rice rockets"...

In 1996 or 97 I believe, Honda achieved an interesting milestone.....during that year, over 75% of the parts going into a Honda Accord (built in Marysville Ohio) originated in the US. Plastics, engine compenents, even the standard Delco battery. By official government definition, the Accord at that point became a "domestic" automoblie.

At the SAME TIME, Ford was making more and more use of its' part suppliers from cheap labor factories in Mexico and South America....and the big brutish Ford Crown Victoria actually had something like only 63% of its' parts originating in the US. It was an "import" according to Federal classification.

Did Honda get to savor its' title as a well made-in-America domestic automobile? No. Did Ford have to embarassingly admit that a large portion of its' mighty Crown Vic was made by cheap labor in dirt poor countries? No.

The Big Three US automakers did what they've always done....use their political clout to have the government re-write the rules.... in their favor.

My first car was a Honda Accord that lasted me 8 years trouble free. My second and present car is a Lexus LS400. When the big three play games with politics instead of actually engineering world class long lasting vehicles, maybe I'll consider them.
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:42 am

Agree 200% with LOT767-300ER here!!!

LOT, man you got a nice car. Those Impalas will kick the living shit out of anny Honda. Most of you say you like Hondas because they're so reliable. Well, there are other companies that make very reliable vehicles as well. Chevy and Ford are two of them. Don't beleive Chevy makes good reliable vehicles, well talk to the guy who just put over a million miles in his 95 Chevy Pickup and the engine was in such great condition that a Science company purchased the engine from him and bought him a new truck!

Chevys are ugly tanks? Well, they say SUVs when they mean it. No Euro or Rice "SUV" can actually off road worth a crap compared to a Chevy.

Chevy all the way!!














BTW, those are not ugly vehicles!
 
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LOT767-300ER/The747Man

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:49 am

Rock On, You guys are right on!!!!! To hell with these Lawnmowers/Rice Burners/Weedeaters ect.....Their are fairly reliable but not nearly as reliable as a Chevy or Ford.

LOT767-300ER's Imapla w/ the LT1 Motor will spank the shit out of any Honda. Have any of you guys ever heard how wimpy Japaneese Cars sound when they rev??? They sound like a Weedeater. 4 & 6 Cylinders with DOHC's, 32 Valves, and Turbo's are a bunch of crap. I'll choose the V8's anyday.

~IrishFlyer~

 
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RE: LOT767-300ER/The747Man

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:52 am

BTW, If I drove something this ugly............



.........I'd have to kick my own ass.

Irishflyer,  Smile
 
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The747Man

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:54 am

Rock On, I would kick my own ass to if I drove that Lawnmower.

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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:55 am

Hey 767-332ER Guy,

Your saying LOT767-300ER's Imapala doesent have 350+ Horsepower??? His Impala has an LT1 Engine which is the same engine used in the C4 Corvette. The LT1 is an extremely loud, and powerful engine. They have several Horsepower ratings on them and can easily be modified to achieve horsepower gains. I saw a 97 Camaro Z28 with an LT1 pushing over 500 Horsepower without NOS.

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Ford

Fri Nov 09, 2001 10:57 am

I'm not a Diehard Ford Fan, However my dad had a 1982 F-150 as the workhorse of his construction company and it had 200,000 Miles on it before he finally sold it. That truck never had a problem at all.

~IrishFlyer~
 
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:01 am

"My parents still have a 8 year old T-Bird with 80K on it and its running fine and it didnt break down once. "

Well it only has 80k miles on it. So it's not even compairable with the cars with the 150k Honda's.

Also I don't see that many nice looking american cars over 100k anyways. Do you?

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IrishFlyer
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Rice-Rockets Attidutes

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:04 am

Ever notice all the Celica's, Eclipse's, Integra's, Civics ect lowered, with the really wide tires, Japaneese Stickers on their car (They think the Japaneese letters make them go faster), Shitty looking wanna-be pimp rims, and a single Fart-Pipe??? I cant stand those dudes!!!!! They think they are the shit...

...The always walk up to me and say "My Civic can kick the shit out of that Camaro that you drive". I always say "Bullshit, Lets go find out". So we race and I always beat the crap out of them by at least 5 car lengths.

Most of the time when they try to make their Rice-Burners fast they make them slower.

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174thfwff

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:07 am

Sup>? I saw a nice ass Mustang GT (5.0 302ci) The other day. It had 103k miles on it and looked brand new.

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IrishFlyer
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Acceptable Jap. Cars

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:11 am

Here are the only Japaneese cars/trucks I think are OK:

Nissan 300ZX
Acura NSX
Toyota Tundra

Everything else sucks.

~IrishFlyer~

P.S. Why does nearly everyone that buys a Honda get a Civic???
 
IrishFlyer
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US VS. Jap

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:18 am

U.S. way of a sports car:

Example: 2002 Chevy Camaro SS
5.7 Liter OHV V8 LS1 (Corvette Engine)
325 Horsepower (335 SLP Option)

Japaneese way of a sports car:

Example: 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
3.0 Liter DOHC 24 Valve V6.
200 Horsepower

_______________________________________________
The bottom line:

Japaneese cars sound like crap. They can take all their 32 Valves, DOHC's, and Turbo's and stick it up their ass.

Here is a list ofa few real sports cars:

Corvette
Camaro Z28/SS
Firebird Formula/Trans Am/Firehawk
Mustang GT/Cobra
Viper GTS/TR-10
Dodge Stealth (Out of production)

~IrishFlyer~
 
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Mustang Cobra Defense

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:20 am

Yes, The 2001 Cobra is a 32 Valve DOHC Motor, However its not a 4 or 6 Cylinder POS. They Cobra runs a 4.6 Liter V8 (281ci) and sounds pretty sweet, Especially equipped with Flowmasters.

~IrishFlyer~
 
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LOT767-300ER

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:21 am


Did your read my statement. I said that I drove my g/f car all the time. It's not mine but I drive it pretty much. I am saying that back off the people that are driving older cars with a great number of miles. YES, it is smarter to drive a car for a longer period of time, because you are taking advantage of the $ that was put in it. And no, I am not impressed with Chevy's and certainly not impressed by your car. You give me a BMW, Mercedes, Range Rover, Lexus, Bentley, Rolls, Lotus, Ferrari and then I will be impressed. No matter what you have, a Chevy is still a Chevy and a Corvette is still a Chevy with a big ass engine which fuel consumption could be compared to that of and L1011's in airplanes. By the way, I would know because my dad had a limited edition Corvette a few years ago.
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Corvette Is The Best Car Ever Made

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:24 am

Their is no doubt the Chevrolet Corvette is the best car ever made! Just look how many years they have been built and how many enthusiasts love them! It is simply America's favorite sportscar.

~IrishFlyer~
 
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Captain 767-332ER

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:29 am

767-332ER, Take a ride in my Chevy or LOT's Chevy and you will be impressed, Especially when we'll by chirping the tires, Doing dougnuts, or spinning the tires. You will love that feeling!!!

~IrishFlyer~
 
174thfwff
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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:41 am

Excuse me,

Ever heard of a car called the Toyota Supra?
There are a bunch of Jap. cars that don't get to the us here in America. Nissan Skyline... the list goes on.

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174thfwff

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:45 am

I raced a Supra (Or we call them "Slowpra's) a few months ago and had 6 lengths on him when i shutdown. Yes I know some of them are fast, But its stock that I rate them at, Plus let me supercharge my Z28. The Skyline is ugly and it sucks.

Honda= Hanging Onto Nissan's Dirty Ass

~IrishFlyer~
 
IrishFlyer
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Goodnight

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:49 am

Goodnight All,

We'll continue this great debate on a later date.

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RE: Anyone Drive A Honda?

Fri Nov 09, 2001 11:52 am

Right now I have a GM, but after this experience my family will probably never get an american car again, or at least not a GM one. In 3-4 months we are getting a Acura/Honda, Nissan, or Toyota etc. Probably an Acura EL.

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