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Steve182022

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Screenshots from this Acura video


Doesn't pop on an overcast day but in sunlight it sure will.

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The base looks odd with the flat black pieces and no fog lights. Also Liquid Carbon looks stunning in person.
 

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Lunar silver looks fantastic in person specially at night (when it’s clean lol). Up there with apex blue for my favorite color
 

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It really shows the lines of a car. That's my Civic coupe:
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Looks good in the right lighting for sure… reflects the body lines well.

Personally, Silver looks too “nice” where Carbon better reflects the ahole I turn into behind the wheel.
 
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Steve182022

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Looks good in the right lighting for sure… reflects the body lines well.

Personally, Silver looks too “nice” where Carbon better reflects the ahole I turn into behind the wheel.
Lol!
 
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Steve182022

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This doesn't look too shabby either. I'm still debating about getting a Civic Sport HB with a manual for under $25k.

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This doesn't look too shabby either. I'm still debating about getting a Civic Sport HB with a manual for under $25k.
I called a dealer who had the Sport touring HB with a manual and they quoted me $39,500
 
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I called a dealer who had the Sport touring HB with a manual and they quoted me $39,500
Just say HELL no. I'm holding on to what I've got and waiting another year.
 

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Just say HELL no. I'm holding on to what I've got and waiting another year.
I'm in the same mindset. I bought out the lease on my 19' Civic Coupe, and I don't plan to even consider a new car for at least another year, maybe two depending. Went to the dealer the other day for scheduled maintenance and looked around the lot. They had an EXL Civic Hatch for $2k over MSRP (they added ceramic coating), and I also saw a used 2019 Civic LX Sedan stickered for $25k... like 5k more than the car was brand new (suddenly the $8k profit over my payoff carmax offered me on my coupe makes sense). Inside the showroom they had a used boost blue CTR (with a few visual mods done to it, and a crushed driver seat bolster) wanting $50k.....
 
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