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Helloooooooo

Hi folks, as you can tell from my name, currently driving a Renault Vel Satis, have been for the last four years and it is a fantastic car. When due for replacement have narrowed my choice to a civic, accord or accord tourer. Just joined this forum to gather as much info as poss and look forward to chatting with some of you at some point.
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Hello and a very warm welcome to Civinfo! (aka the best forum on the web!)

Ask any questions you like, we’re a friendly bunch.


Great to have you aboard.
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Welcome!

Have a look around the Wiki, there is a lot of information on the Civic there!

We also have a little Accord subsection.

The Civic and Accord are quite different cars, what makes you look at both?



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Thanks for the welcome. The Civic for its great looks and style, the accord for size and may (only a may) be better looking for my work.
Also I have a folding camper so have to tow, sometimes I think that a Civic towing just does not go although I have seen some threads on here with people towing caravans. Either way, it will be the 2.2 diesel.
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 1st January 2009, 18:47
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Hi and welcome to civinfo.
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Hi and welcome

You have decided on a very good new car shortlist

I think from the 3 you have chosen it all depends on your needs so happy choosing
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