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Old 06-22-2006, 08:47 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by 95metro
Yeah, I know. The Civics get great mileage even without FE geek techniques. Once Echos are down to $5k used then I'll look at getting one...

...wait...what am I saying? I'm supposed to convince you to join the Swift-clone crowd!
lol. I like civics a lot. There is just a lot of things you can do to a civic and it has a lot of available mods.


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Old 06-22-2006, 08:57 AM   #22
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You're right. When I was looking for an FE car I just used the EPA estimates so I thought I needed to get a CRX HF, Civic VX to get insane mileage. If I had known that parts were so readily available I would have just bought a Civic CX or the CRX DX (in hindsight, the two-seater wouldn't have worked, so ignorance turned out to be a blessing) I found. I still would have averaged 40 mpg.

But, the Metro still works for me. It just needs a little more TLC.

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