A: i managed to get a 93 civic sedan with only 55k on hte stock motor and trans, for only 2000. i love how people think their hondas are made of gold or something. keep looking you can find one with half the miles for maybe 2500 and the person willing to negotiate… just remeber no matter the asking price cash talks
Q: where can I find parts for a 1989 honda civic hatchback that are for sale cheap?
A: Salvage yard – especially one that specializews in Hondas like Fatzinger’s.
Q: Where can I find a Honda Civic Hatchback?
I want to know if there are any dealers that are selling a 1995-2003 Honda Civic Hatchback I live near Rochester and Buffalo NY so are there any dealers that may have one for sale?
A: IM sure there is, it shouldn’t be hard to find one.. Hondas are very common cars. But dealers will rip you off buy from a private seller. And try Craigs list and search for your area.
Q: Is $4,450 a fair price for a 2000 Honda Civic DX Hatchback with 115,000 miles?
I recently found a used 2000 Honda Civic DX Hatchback for sale in Northern VA and I’d just like to know if $4,450 is a fair price to pay? Here are some details:
Automatic 4 cyl
Sony CD player
Great condition all around
My brother told me that with it being a Honda that even at 115,000 miles it probably still has another 350,000+ miles to go. Does that sound right? I heard people joke about how a used Honda or Toyota with 150,000 miles will last longer and are also better investments than a new Ford/Chevy. Any truth to this? Anyway, I’d appreciate any advice you folks could give me on this.
A: That is a good deal. If you were looking at this car on a carlot here it would be about 6,000. I say go for it and it is a Honda, so you will have many miles if its in as good of shape as it sounds. good luck
Q: where can i find a honda civic si in the inland empire for sale?
im looking to buy a car and i want to find a honda civic si hatchback 02-04.if anybody knows any dealerships that might have it in riverside county let me know.thanx
A: check craigslist i always see lot of SI’s on the inland empire craigslist, not sure about the hatch version though. Just be careful what you buy though because a lot of them are cars that have been beat up by their previous owners and when they are about to break they sell them so it becomes your problem. Make sure whatever car you buy has a good service record with proof (i.e. receipts) and check the CarFax report (altho that doesn’t always include 100% of accidents/problems the car was involved in)
Q: Looking for a 1992 Honda civic dx hatchback, can you help?
I am interested in getting a 1992 Honda Civic DX hatchback, With little to no rust and sunroof,pl/pw.5 speed. If you have one or know of one for sale please let me know.Thanks tons!!!
A: Place a want add on http://craigslist.org or the newspaper…Better luck there then here…
P.S. Why in the world do you want a 92 civic…other than to make it look dumb…
Q: Buy a £550 Honda Civic!?
I have a black M reg 1995 1.4 elec pack Honda Civic hatchback for sale. It has done about 118000 miles, full service history, mot till January 2008. It will be taxed for 6 months. I have used it most days for work and it has never let me down. Cam belt has been changed. There is no problem i know of with the car; the exhaust has just been serviced and i have put a new tyre on. I havent advertised it yet, just seeing if i get a response here!
I am selling because i have a slightly newer car as a result of an unexpected deal from a family member! As a first time buy or cheap motor it would be a great car. low insurance. I am in the High Wycombe area so anyone interested?
The driveshaft gaiter( a rubber boot) was replaced a week ago but no problem with joint as i caught it in time.)
A: thats cheap, i would have added an extra 200 quid on top, maybe even 300…. Good Luck!
Q: 94 honda civic HB forsale.. anybody interest??
94 honda civic hatchback for sale
-contact: Jin Hang @ email@example.com
-subject: interest in car!!
A: make shur you look it up in a blue book too…
Q: How much could I buy this car for?
There is a 1989 honda civic si hatchback for sale in my area. It is black, paint looks to be in good condition. It has 152,000 miles on it. There is a sunroof. Comes with tinted windows, cd player, k&n air intake, and an alarm system. It is listed for $3900. How low do you think I can negotiate?
A: According to NADA it is worth between $1200 to $1900.
Q: Bodykit for 1986 Honda civic si? (3 door hatchback)
Does anyone know where I could find one for sale?
My first car was an 86 civic (base model) and believe me when I say that parts for this thing are rare and hard to come by. I ended up doing a lot of custom stuff because the companies that made parts for this car at one time… most of them are not in business anymore. The companies that are still in business don’t make the kits anymore because they don’t sell enough of them. It’s so hard to find parts for the third generation civic that it’s too frustrating to deal with. Once you get into the 4th generation and newer (88-newer) then there is a huge aftermarket. Messing with the 3rd gen. gave me a lot of good experience though. Good luck.
Q: Which part of the year do most people sell their car? Trying to buy a Honda Civic but not enough are listed?
I’m trying to get ahold of the following:
Engine: 1.6i Vtec Se
Number of doors: 5 door Hatchback
Mileage: As low as possible. Ideally in the 20,000/30,000 region.
Year: Cars made after 2003 (03, 53, plates onwards only)
Colour: Black (ideally wanted), darker colours, silver
£5,500 – £6000 region
The issue is that I’ve been looking for 3 weeks now and nobody seems to be selling many Honda Civics compared to the more common place cars like Astras, Focus, Cleo, Corsa, etc.
Just wondered if when the 08 plates come into March maybe more people will list their cars for sale.
For example would honda civic owners put their car on sale just because the new 08 plates will make them want to buy a more current car?
Any advice on how people get a hold of cars that are not listed at any of their local dealers!!!!
Live in hertfordshire here!
A: LOL… I’ve never heard this kind of question about cars before!
It’s not like you were looking for a pet and asking when do dogs or cats usually have their litters!
The reason you don’t see a lot of Honda Civics for sale is probably because they are good cars and no one wants to part with them. Keep looking. Shopping is hard.
Q: What’s the best cheap (around $3000) used car to buy?
I love the Honda Civic hatchback’s, the older ones like 1990 etc. but the ones for sale have very high miles-like 150-200K miles. What’s the highest acceptable mileage?
A: Look for a place (used car dealership) that is offering a warranty of some sort. It’s better to protect your a** and get a warranty.
And yes, look at Honda’s and Toyotas. They seem to have the best, most reliable used cars.
You might get lucky and find an older Honda or Toyota that was driven by an older couple that might only have 40,000 miles on it…but most of the used cars you will come across will have slightly less or slightly more than 100,000. I have purchased used cars with between 30,000 and 106,000. You will have general maintenance issues, but if the car was taken care of, it should easily last you years.
Q: Are there any advantages of the Honda Fit over the Honda CR-V , or visa versa ?
My very first car was the first Honda Civic, and I loved it. I am a musician , so I need a hatchback to carry around my guitar, harmonium , amplifier, etc…..I drvie to and from Montreal every week, an hours drive to Rawdon, so I need something that is econimical on gas. Ive spoken to many mechanics and it seems that two of the best hatchback cars on the market , for economy , quality, ease of repair, is the Toyota and Honda. V W Golf, Subaru and Mazda were also mentioned to me, but out here in the country there are few V W mechanics and I have heard that Mazda parts are very expensive. Subarus dont seem to be as commen, at least not so many for sale under $ !0,000 out here, which is my budget. A localdealer is selling a Honda Fit 2007 Manual transmission, for $ 10, 845. When I told the rep that I only had $ 10,000 to spend , he said that probably his boss would drop it down to that price for me. I need to kknow if I should go with the Honda Civic or if the Fit is better or an improvement over the Civic hatchback, or if there is anything I am overlooking or not aware of.
A: Well in terms of comparison the Fit is considerably more like your old Civic. The CR-V can feel a bit more “floaty” especially in strong winds. The Fit sits lower to the ground and, in my opinion, a more enjoyable ride overall. The CR-V, while not a bad vehicle, is a bit larger and doesn’t make up for it with weight or power (granted the new ones are a bit nicer than the previous models).
The Fit is Go!
Q: Car for Sale Question?
How much do you think that I could get for a 1990 Honda Civic Dx Hatchback? It needs a little work done on it, but it has been outfitted as a racing car, with a turbo exhaust system and a vortex engine and headers. It also has a sunroof, rack and pinon steering, rear windshield wiper, multi cd changer, and extra added-on head lamps.
A: according to what needs to be done on it, i will just give you a ballpark figure on it now. you can get at least between 2000-2500usd on a good day
Q: Which car sounds like the best?
I’m a new driver, just got my beginners and my mom told me the other day to look for a car because she’ll buy me one!
I have two cheapish ones in mind.
Please take into consideration how much parts generally cost for each car make or whatever if you know and let me know what’s that like because nor me or my mother really know..
First is a 1994 Honda Civic Dx Hatchback (says Cx in ad but I talked to him)
This has been my dream car for a few years, there is some minor surface rust. Not much kilometres on it at all.
Here is a link to the ad with it:
Second is a 1996 Nissan 200SX
Also a favorite of mine, well not really because I always had my eye on the 240 but this will do.
Haven’t been out to see it.
I wouldn’t pay more than $2,000 for that Honda Civic, he said he will take offers and he has had it for sale for over a month so I can talk him down.
Please give me a lot of info and stuff on your decision.. I’m a newbie at this.
A: You would have to look over each car to be sure both are in good condition if they are essentially the same. I personally would go with the Nissan its newer, less mileage and is a southern car so less rust.