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  1. abcmyde

    abcmyde Member

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    I have 2017 civic hatchback touring and i got an offer for 2019 hatch (same model). I have about 2 years (financing) left. They offered me 2019 model for 32900 all in. Is it worth upgrading or should i just keep it for few more years. Love the car but it has few minor scractch and rims are scratched. Thanks
     
  2. Temesvar

    Temesvar Senior Member

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    The longer you keep the car, the more money you get out of it! After all, is a Honda! You want a spanking new car? Go for it! But remember. the previous car was spanking new. Scratches will happen, like it or not! If i was you. would wait for a completely new design. Something i would notice as being new. There is not much difference between '17 and '19 other than a few scratches and few $$$. JMHO
     
  3. hobby-man

    hobby-man Senior Member

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    Think about it, would Honda offer you this deal if it wasn't better for them than it is for you? The '19 and '17 are almost identical. You are getting NOTHING in return except a slightly newer car (2 years old is still new). They get to lock you down for several more years of payments, when you'll be free in 2 years to make whatever decision you want. Keep the car.
     
  4. racer

    racer Senior Member

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    Well, how important is a radio volume knob ;)

    Just a sales gimmick to get you into a new car. In the end its your decision, but why keep buying/replacing a car and continue spending more over time on monthy payments. And as someone mentioned, the 2019 will scratch just as easily as your current car. Avoid the shiny new object and keep what you have.

    Also, how can you have a poll question made up of two questions and then provide only a yes/no choice.. is it "yes" to upgrade or "yes" to keep it..
     
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  5. NotSerious

    NotSerious Senior Member

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    The 11th gen will probably have a lot of new and better tech than the refreshed 10 gen. Wait for it and you will get stuff like blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert, dual injectors (port and direct), heads up display that tells you the speed limit at all times, a better and bigger infotainment system, a clearer rear view camera, better gas mileage,...
     
  6. saiko21

    saiko21 Senior Member

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    OMG!!! you are expecting a lot in civic lineup.
     
  7. RobYe

    RobYe New Member

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    Can think about upgrade if your car has long mileage. Short mileage and in good condition is no need of upgrade.
     
  8. HexSosa1

    HexSosa1 Senior Member

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    There the same car! don't upgrade just my opinion tho
     
  9. swah_fk7

    swah_fk7 Walking JDM Parts Catalog

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    I wouldn't put myself in debt for another touring. I got rid of my sport touring for a SI Coupe.
     
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