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Subject: Re: New Car advice Date: 12/11/2012 12:04 AM
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Stay away from the ILX. Very serious. Save your money and get a Civic. The ILX Is Honda's Cadillac Cimmaron, it's a badge engineering job. Just get a loaded 2012 Civic on fire sale and save $10 grand.

If you want a near luxury C-segment car go look at the Buick Verano and be prepared to be very surprised.

If you want a compact Acura period, go TSX. But stay far far away from the ILX, a Civic EX is 95% as nice.
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