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i had a '03 civic ex and now have a '13 civic ex and the seats in the new car are much, much better (support, etc) than the ones in the '03 i had. so...i would disagree with you on this count but to each their own. instead of losing $2k on a trade-in, why not buy a new aftermarket seat (sport or whatever) for as little as $200?? maybe less, even.Report it
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