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Used Honda Civic 1996 Vtec A/T for sale in General Trias

Used Honda Civic 1996 Vtec A/T for sale in General Trias

Cavite, General Trias

₱140,000

Automatic Verified Contact 135,000 km

2nd Hand 1996 Honda Civic Manual Diesel for sale

2nd Hand 1996 Honda Civic Manual Diesel for sale

Metro Manila, Parañaque

₱195,000

Manual Verified Contact 112,000 km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Manila

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱179,999

Manual 120,000 Km

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in Taguig

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in Taguig

Metro Manila, Taguig

₱170,000

Manual 160,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in San Juan

1996 Honda Civic for sale in San Juan

Metro Manila, San Juan

₱428,000

Manual 120,000 Km

Selling Blue Honda Civic 1996 at 100000 km

Selling Blue Honda Civic 1996 at 100000 km

Metro Manila, Manila

₱175,000

Automatic 100,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Paranaque

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Paranaque

Metro Manila, Parañaque

₱80,000

Manual 10,000 Km

Used Honda Civic Vti 1996 for sale in Santa Rosa

Used Honda Civic Vti 1996 for sale in Santa Rosa

Laguna, Santa Rosa

₱195,000

Manual 50,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Angeles

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Angeles

Pampanga, Angeles

₱155,000

Manual 130,000 Km

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in San Pedro

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in San Pedro

Laguna, San Pedro

₱155,000

Automatic 190,000 Km

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in Mandaluyong

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in Mandaluyong

Metro Manila, Mandaluyong

₱150,000

Automatic 170,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Valenzuela

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Valenzuela

Metro Manila, Valenzuela

₱135,000

Automatic

1996 Honda Civic for sale in San Pedro

1996 Honda Civic for sale in San Pedro

Laguna, San Pedro

₱148,000

Automatic 190,000 Km

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in Binalonan

Honda Civic 1996 for sale in Binalonan

Pangasinan, Binalonan

₱180,000

Manual 50,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in General Trias

1996 Honda Civic for sale in General Trias

Cavite, General Trias

₱140,000

Automatic 140,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Quezon City

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱100,000

Manual 160,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Las Piñas

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Las Piñas

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱168,000

Manual 100,000 Km

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Porac

1996 Honda Civic for sale in Porac

Pampanga, Porac

₱110,000

Manual 20,000 Km

Buying a used Car: Why You Should Pay Attention to Model Cycles

Used cars are usually the first choice of people who aren't lucky enough to be born with outstanding financial capability.

Asides from being way cheaper than brand new units fresh off the dealerships used vehicles for sale are also tested so you no longer have to worry about the break-in period. There are also other benefits to a used car like smoother handling compared to that of a new one.

Indeed there are tons of good things about a used-car that you just can't say "no" to – but that is if you get a quality unit that's been properly cared for. Used cars are being sold for a variety of reasons.

It could be because of a financial problem on the seller's side, a change of vehicle or simply because they want to get rid of it.

Some sellers also ditch their rides for sale when a new model is released by the manufacturer. If you're planning to buy a used car from Honda Philippines, learn these notes below to know why the model cycle should concern you.

Not All Models Have a Cycle

Even though model cycles have become a hype, there are still vehicle manufacturers who choose to be singled out because of this factor.

Some original models like Volkswagen's Beetle, Jeep CJ or Wrangler, and even Checker Marathon and Studebaker Avanti. These are one-of-a-kind vehicles that didn't get a model cycle; perhaps the manufacturers decided they were better off that way.

Why This Should Concern You: Since not all the vehicles have a model cycle, you should research and beware that the Honda Civic you are looking at is unique or not. If you buy a second-hand car with no model cycle, you may find it hard to get a replacement part when your car needs it.

Redesigned According to What's Hot

One of the reasons that manufacturers follow up on their model cycle is because the body kit or the design doesn't seem to align with what the market wants. They can either make minor adjustments and even major changes.

Examples of minor adjustments are a different shape of the headlight, a change in the vehicle's height or any small alteration in the interior set-up. Major adjustments can be a change in the size and shape of the bumper and any obvious addition to the design and set up like a spoiler.

Why This Should Concern You: Since you're buying a second-hand Honda Civic then that means that you're not buying it because of popularity or to keep up with the trend. One problem with these is that manufacturers most likely updated them because they weren't bringing sales.

That means that parts manufacturers could've also stopped producing spare parts. That used car you are going to purchase might have a limited number of parts available in the market because its popularity was cut short or it wasn't fit for the majority of auto-seekers.

Models Were Re-designed Because of Failures

Manufacturers create model cycles for a variety of reasons. One of these reasons is because the first model that are released had some technical "glitches" or problems that were later discovered when the units have already gone out to buyers. In the succeeding model, they will usually try to address these problems and maybe give the unit a facelift for a more updated look.

Why Should This Concern You: While this does not apply to all the first generation of car models of the market, it does apply to most of them. The Honda Civic 1996 is obviously not an exception. That's why it's best to keep this in mind and maybe try to avoid or at least do a little research when it comes to buying first-generation second-hand cars.

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