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09-14-2008 09:40 PM #1
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[Help] I Need Input On Civic Hybrid Possibly 06-08...
i'm new to the this forum but let me explain my story so you can understand and hopefully help me out.
long story short from there.. i have been racking my brain like most people looking for hybrids with a decision most come faced with... a honda civic hybrid or a toyota prius. Well i read the reviews and informed myself with everything i thought i needed to make that decision.. and i thought it was evident that i would go for the prius. Before i became biased i wanted to test drive first, after all it looked good on paper but that doesn't help while commuting. So i tried them both today, and i am in love with the honda civic hybrid.. although it is rated lower in city which is what i mainly do, the style and appearing and honda name which i am familiar with helped me save a place for it in my heart...
so now your wondering, what's the problem... here's the kicker... i'm in sales and i know it's good to be an educated consumer so i did more researched and i liked most of what i saw, but what is holding me back is the fact that i see a lot of reports about people losing the high mpg after tires wear down or a oil change. Its a radical change from people saying they had 40+ miles and then they go down to 22-24 mpg, which is insane! I can't afford to stick my neck out for a car that fuel efficient and then that happen to me. I only have one car and if that happens and it takes days to fix i wouldn't be able to survive. I need some insight, i see it's mainly the 06-07 models but i know its to early for the 08 to tell... I just want what i pay for, please help.
-A Honda Owner Who Would Like To Stay A Honda Owner.
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09-15-2008 06:54 AM #2
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I recommend you post this on
I recommend you post this on the Civic Hybrid forum at:
There is a lot of information focused on the Civic Hybrid as well a knowledgeable community who probably doesn't have time to read this forum topic as well.
10-01-2008 06:19 AM #3
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It is better that you
It is better that you consider posting on the appropriate topics will help you a lot.As the link has been given above, it will be useful for you to getting a solution.