im tired of my car

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  1. biggie03

    biggie03 Active Member

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    how often should one get a new car?

    I've had my honda civic car since 2001. I make 13.14 an hour. Should I buy a new car?

    What can I afford?

    I have 2k in debt

    im thinking either the scion tc or the new civics
     
  2. biggie03

    biggie03 Active Member

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    the thing is my current car is MANUAL everything :ugh:

    no ac

    fuck this
     
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    kendan New Member

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    get some a/c and pay off your debt.
     
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    biggie03 Active Member

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    civic
     
  5. k624ash

    k624ash New Member

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    are you against buying a used car? id say try an rsx, i would go for an 05. oh and definitly a type s
    its just like a civic, cept a little more sporty
     
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    08 Lancer, its in the same price range as the tC and civic, somewhat...
     
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    American SuperBeast New Member

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    eh get some ac and stick with the civic until you get outta debt.
    not worth it to buy a new car and get urself farther in debt
     
  8. el Dano

    el Dano Guest

    dont be dumb, get rid of the debt and THEN look into getting a newer car.
     

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