Bought this car with dealer added
options paying 5,000 over sticker. Bad
decision! Not only does this Civic NOT
have the comfort as my old 2000 Civic,
it has depreciated faster. The same
dealer will only give me 10,5000 for a
car that list for 17k new, not to
mention the add ons they don't give
credit for, where the sticker on the
old Civic was also 17k and two years
later was worth 11,500.00 trade in and
13.5k-14.5k retail. 2002 Civic is
uncomfortable for long rides, feel
every bump in the road, doesn't feel as
tight driving as the old Civic model,
just has not been a good experience
other than good gas mileage and Honda's
usual mechanical reliability.
Dependable, good gas mileage.
Redesign to drive and feel better for
the ride. The new look outside not all
that hot, the interior is roomy
therefore probably no changes there.
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