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Re: How to buy a car (for the first time buyer).


Siopao wrote:

Hmm...  I may have to give Honda another look.  :smileywink:


The 2013 accord looks nice. I like the sedan, looks very nice and luxurious. The coupe is okay.

I'm a personal banker and do a lot of auto loans serving the Houston area.
I suggest first time car buyers to read the sticky guide in the auto loan section.
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Re: How to buy a car (for the first time buyer).


SamsungHDTV wrote:

Siopao wrote:

Hmm...  I may have to give Honda another look.  :smileywink:


The 2013 accord looks nice. I like the sedan, looks very nice and luxurious. The coupe is okay.


I'm looking at them now on the website.  Going to have to take one for a spin!!!

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