What car do you plan on getting next?

jian9007

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Getting ready to trade in my 2017 Si Coupe for a 2020 Si Sedan. Got enough equity in the Si to get just about enough for the down payment required for the $229/month lease deal (which is $2399), plus I get the $1000 Honda Loyalty bonus they currently have as well. So my payment will be much lower than my 17' Si but I'll have a brand new one (bought the 2017 new as well) for less per month and also get Honda sensing and the light refresh that the 2020 has. With the way the economy is now, having a lower payment and not having to give up driving an Si seems like a no-brainer.



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Getting ready to trade in my 2017 Si Coupe for a 2020 Si Sedan. Got enough equity in the Si to get just about enough for the down payment required for the $229/month lease deal (which is $2399), plus I get the $1000 Honda Loyalty bonus they currently have as well. So my payment will be much lower than my 17' Si but I'll have a brand new one (bought the 2017 new as well) for less per month and also get Honda sensing and the light refresh that the 2020 has. With the way the economy is now, having a lower payment and not having to give up driving an Si seems like a no-brainer.
But in 3 years you'll have nothing. Why not keep the coupe? Family issues? If so, I can relate.
 

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Just switched from my 2018 si to my 2020 si not long ago. Probably going to keep this car for a number of years but the next car on my list will most definitely be an M3. Been my dream car since I was a kid and I'm hoping that once I'm a few more years into my career I'll be making enough money to finally get one.
 

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Getting ready to trade in my 2017 Si Coupe for a 2020 Si Sedan. Got enough equity in the Si to get just about enough for the down payment required for the $229/month lease deal (which is $2399), plus I get the $1000 Honda Loyalty bonus they currently have as well. So my payment will be much lower than my 17' Si but I'll have a brand new one (bought the 2017 new as well) for less per month and also get Honda sensing and the light refresh that the 2020 has. With the way the economy is now, having a lower payment and not having to give up driving an Si seems like a no-brainer.
You'll also get slightly lower insurance rates because of all the honda sensing stuff included ;)
 

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If Subaru make better interior, I would like to get STI blue color. It was my dream car but I couldn't effort it. Then i got Honda Civic Hatch.
 

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F all this. I LOVE my SI. 40K? 40K? you know what kind of car you can buy for 40k? I love my SI. It is truly a work of art. It moves.. and its BRAND F-ing NEW. AND for 25K!......."Thats the BEAUTY". you could put 2k in the turbo and be pushing 300hp. I've owned some cars... the p of which was my COBRA. Loved it. raced it. destroyed it. Im gonna get down straight an honest with u guys... My next car will be ANOTHER SI. I had this Epiphany no joke. Growing up in a Honda fam. (literally in the business. Bikes though) and this evil.... EVIL!...(keep the mileage low...voice) has been eating my brain since the purchase. I finally said NO!!!! I finally admitted to my self I love this car so much that im "Going to drive it". Im gonna drive the Sheeeeet out of it AND when its high "Mi" gonna buy another one. Peace!. (and GUNS.)
 








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