This car is suited for someone that wants an car that can hyper mile and appreciates what the VX is capable of. This is the extremely rare Federal version, that does go into lean burn to give extraordinary MPG. Has shift light, 5 wire o2, rust free body (been in CA all it's life except for 1 week in NC when it was first bought) I've taking this car all over CA including Sacramento, to L.A. twice with no problems.
Car is located in Sacramento, CA
Holds a Clean Title.
A/C is cold and working
New tires 7/22/10 85%
New Starter replaced 10/16/10
New K&N Drop in filter 11/20/10
New rebuilt Transmission replaced 2/17/11
New Clutch and throw out bearing 2/17/11
New Upper and lower ball joints replaced. 3/05/11
New Front wheel bearing replaced 3/05/11.
Used OEM clock (VX did not get option) 7/18/11
Used Blue OEM civic mats 7/18/11
New OEM driver-side Seat-belt 1/30/12
New OEM keys (x2) Cut from VIN# 2/20/12
New Fuel Filter, and injectors cleaned 3/23/12
Radio, works sometimes (needs new one)
Front drivers seat has usual rip
Glove box hinges on bottom are broken, stays up but sits lower.
Car's body has many dents and dings,
driver-side inside door handle cup, needs to be installed.
Well I forgot what you were originally asking for your car but $2100.00 is getting close to what I would pay. I think once you get closer to $1800 you have more nibbles. Although I would hold out longer as gas prices become higher.
Personally I wouldn't pay $3950 for the car being listed but the fact the owner can put such a high price on it (just like you put a high starting price on yours) indicates an inherent value (high mpg's).
If gas gets to $4.00/gallon the asking price becomes more reasonable.
i was thinking the same thing. but i'm also starting to think i should just park the car until i need it again. $4/gal gas may get me a better price, but then again it may get me to change my mind about selling.
...honestly i'd rather have mine 'cause i need 4 doors...but again, it's what the market dictates...and buyers needs/preferences.
Not to be hating on 4 doors, but hatchbacks are just more useful... unless you have more then 2 people in car greater than 20% of the time.
4 doors = more weight, and less usable cargo space. A Hatchback has better aerodynamics and is like a truck, only you get 3x+ MPG!!!! And it can still haul 4 people around if you needed! Plus a hatchback looks better. (purely subjective, but majority of civic owners would agree.)
again it's buyer needs and preferences. i dont need cargo space, but i need 4 doors. you obviously dont have kids or the need to transport them in your hatch. i've never seen a poll concerning 2 and 4 door civic...yes, very subjective.
that's a fine looking car you have for sale, i just wouldnt touch it for that price. even if i bought it for less, i couldnt use it however. btw, concerning FE, a 4 door car is #1 in the top ten here at GS(gasoline cars only section). Way to keep it going PaleMelanesian!