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My husband is a huge comparison shopper, but I have found a Honda I want to buy without comparison shopping because 1) it*s a good price since it*s a new 2006 leftover and 2) they are giving me financing without a co-signer, even though I do not work. (Something Toyota was unwilling to do). How do I know if the rates they offered are decent? 36 mos for ...
1999 Honda Accord, 83000 miles. when my windshield wiper is turned on, it is giving small sound krichhhh Krichhhh.. What can be the problem, how can it be solved ?. I appreciate your help.
Hi Expert, I just received my license last week and is so ready to purchase a car, I looked into the cars magazine and saw some used cars but its to pricey for my budget. I work part time and make less than $17,000 a year. So I don*t really want to fiance the car, I want to purchase it off the lot. My instructor told me about going to an auction to bid on ...
I'm self-employed, but the only evidence I have of income our my own logs and my tax return. I've got $1000 cash to put down on a car and my current car is worth at least $2500. I'm going to be looking for a used Toyota or Honda in the $8000 range. Should I expect any problems with the self-employment status or my credit score? Since I have so little ...
I DRIVE A 91 HONDA ACCORD.ON TAKE OFF THE RPM GOES TO 3 BEFORE THE CAR EVEN GETS GOING.I DO NOT HEAR THE GEAR SHIFITNG WHILE DRIVING
I am looking to buy a new entry level compact car. I am considering a Toyota Corolla, a Honda Civic, a Mazda3 or a VW Jetta. Which of these is the best choice considering I need an inexpensive car that is reliable, easy to repair/order parts for, and can do a lot of mileage on as little gas as possible?
I have a 2000 Honda Accord with 138,000 miles on it. It's going strong, but I wonder, with its age, should I replace things ahead of time to prevent breakdown? Like a water pump, or fuel filter. I know it needs a timing belt after 100,000 miles. Anything else other than regular things like tires?

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