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Thread: Why do you like Honda?

  1. #166
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    with BLUETEC, Mercedes really are taking the piss

    what's next - shitty cars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slicks
    atleast one car from every Japanese company.
    Some Japanese companies never made a car.

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    I have just bought my first honda about 3 weeks ago... and i love it

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    cheap, reliable, good on gas but too many ricers with walmart mufflers.

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    Honda rules.

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    get it right: 'kthxbai'
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    Quote Originally Posted by dimlight
    Its the Mcdonalds of cars.. love it or hate it. Everybody knows it.
    Exactly. I'm of the latter persuasion, but I know a lot of people who swear by them, too. I can't see their reliability holding up with all the technology going into cars these days, though. Same goes for anybody.
    An it harm none, do as ye will

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    um ... technology makes things MORE reliable
    its true that there is more stuff to go wrong, but the fact that everything is hooked up means that any error will be detected long before it becomes a critical one

    i agree with you if you're talking about the useless shit they put in to the high class luxury cars like doors that close themselves, but when you're talking stuff like engine management we're on opposite sides of the fence

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnifeEdge_2K1
    um ... technology makes things MORE reliable
    its true that there is more stuff to go wrong, but the fact that everything is hooked up means that any error will be detected long before it becomes a critical one

    i agree with you if you're talking about the useless shit they put in to the high class luxury cars like doors that close themselves, but when you're talking stuff like engine management we're on opposite sides of the fence
    You and I must have had experience with much different cars to come to such opposite conclusions...although it doesn't help that I don't like computers and definitely don't like this mass computerization thing that's happened in the last decade.
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    back to topic....
    Likes: Reliability, Engines, Cheap, NSX.
    Dislikes: Civic (read ricers)
    I am a New Zealander, and I hate Greg Murphy. Yes, we exist.

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    I have one, very reliable, reassuring, safe, great engines (very quiet at idle but manic at the top end), very agile thanks to smaller wheels (at least on my Accord), superb steering (Better than a SEAT Cupra, Audi A4 Quattro, Nissan Micra, newer version of the Accord, Vauxhall Astra), Fantastic Gearshift (better than most of the above), not desparately expensive to buy or run, doesn't have an image problem, never make turbocharged petrol engines, quite good looking .... I could go on for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by :Exige: View Post
    Good value for money, usually cheap to run.
    I like Honda Civic this is the most popular car among teens. This car has almost all of the qualities preferred by teens and their parents, safety, reliability, economy, style, performance, low insurance rates, and driving comfort.

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    A history of engineering brilliance because of one man's passion. Soichiro... the automotive world needs more like him. He's missed.
    '62 356S Notchback Hotrod
    '64 VW Microbus 21 Deluxe
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    '68 Mercedes 280 SL
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    '72 BMW 3.0CSA
    '70 914/6 GT

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    Quote Originally Posted by csl177 View Post
    A history of engineering brilliance because of one man's passion. Soichiro... the automotive world needs more like him. He's missed.
    Yeah, I think Honda lately really hasn't done much in his general idea. They lost their direction.

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    resale value is good.I didn't sell any Honda car yet but i had tried to sell my car and offered great.
    Performance is great as i have a CR-V.I didn't get any Problem related to engine yet it crossed 6 months.
    I don't like the design of every car except CR-V.They have enough car that catches eyes.
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