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Hi everyone,

I'm from the caribbean, Trinidad to be exact. In my Country we don't carry the Euro Civics in our model lineup. I was looking for advice in the area of acquiring a Civic 5D 1.8 w/ i-shift as my daily driver, and was wondering if anyone can offer any advice.

Vehicle owned: 2005 Subaru Impreza 1.6TS Sedan, 16mags.
 

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Hi A good place to start is the wiki - click on this link.
Main Page - Civinfo Wiki

Note this forum only covers the Euro Civic.

I bet the weather in Trinidad is better than it is in Scotland just now !

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It was sunny up until awhile ago.....new its a slight drizzle
 

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and yes. i do want to import one to trinidad.......i find it's the most practical car that i've seen i awhile and i want one.
 

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and yes. i do want to import one to trinidad.......i find it's the most practical car that i've seen i awhile and i want one.
Cool!
Have you found a dealer in Europe that can help you?
 

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Cool!
Have you found a dealer in Europe that can help you?
no not yet, doing as much research as i can, owner reviews, issues, fixes, vids, but i'm getting to the point the online info needed to be supported by human discussion.
 

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no not yet, doing as much research as i can, owner reviews, issues, fixes, vids, but i'm getting to the point the online info needed to be supported by human discussion.
Just out of curiosity, which side of the road do you drive on in Trinidad?

Welcome to the forum! (Although I am new as well! :) )
 

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and yes. i do want to import one to trinidad.......i find it's the most practical car that i've seen i awhile and i want one.

Hello nightstorm!

Welcome to the forum.
Sounds great.
You're right about that, the 5-door version is incredible practical..:cool:
I'm imaging you'll feel a bit exclusive in Trinidad when driving around in an 8th gen euro Honda civic..;)
 

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Hello nightstorm!

Welcome to the forum.
Sounds great.
You're right about that, the 5-door version is incredible practical..:cool:
I'm imaging you'll feel a bit exclusive in Trinidad when driving around in an 8th gen euro Honda civic..;)
That's exactly the idea.
 

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Welcome nightstorm. Hope you are able to get the 5 door euro Civic. It is a great car. talk to your local honda cedealer to see if they can arange somehting or give Honda uk custmer services a call. They may be able to help with the shipping etc.;)
 

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Be welcome.

You will be a lucky man ! Driving such a car in your wonderfull Island !

An happy new year to you ;)
 

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Hi nightstorm,

did you manage to ship a Civic down to Trini?

What were the costs like and if you did, are you ok with spare parts, etc from the local dealers?

My wife is from Trini and we have discussed moving down there from the UK and I'd hate to leave my Civic here..

Thanks,

Chris
 
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