If you’ve ever been tempted to buy a used Honda Civic, you’ve probably seen this article on Reddit finance.
It’s an amusing attempt to explain why a used car that is a few years old might actually be a good investment, or why a Honda Civic might be worth buying even if it’s not the best deal in town.
But it’s far from the only story that’s been posted about the Honda Civic over the past few months.
The car is the subject of a number of articles on Reddit, which have been gaining traction because it’s a topic that people are interested in.
Many of the posts are not particularly well researched, but the fact that a car that people actually own is being discussed shows that there’s a market for such stories, and people are willing to read them.
“Redditors are fascinated by what happens when a car is used for a really long time,” said Reddit finance writer Mike Nocera.
“The story has gotten so much traction, and it’s really fascinating that it’s happening now.
There’s a lot of people who want to see what happens to the car once it’s gone.”
Redditors also have a way of putting together their own versions of the story.
For example, Noceras original version of the article, posted on May 15, claimed that the car is worth more than $200,000, despite having a “poor engine” and a “slightly worn out interior.”
Reddit user jmwv1 wrote a detailed version of that story, claiming that the Civic had “broken down” after it had been driven for over 15 years, and that the price had “grown exponentially” with each passing year.
One of the more popular Reddit stories about the car comes from user korr4k who posted on June 1 that the Honda was worth $1.3 million, even though it was only sold in 2008.
In that story (which is titled “Honda Civic with 3,600 miles on the odometer”), user kori4k claimed that Honda sold the car for $1 million in 2009.
And another story that has gained traction on Reddit is a story that features a woman who bought the car in 2011 for $2 million, but it was then sold for $4 million.
The woman’s husband said that the purchase was made “in haste” in order to pay off her mortgage, but that it “seemed too good to be true.”
The story was shared hundreds of times on Reddit in the months after its posting.
While the stories are all fascinating, Redditors are also finding a lot to love about the cars they’re reading.
When I was a teenager, my friends would buy used cars on Craigslist, and one of my favorites was a 2006 Honda Civic that had only been used for about a month, with a “battery” and “drain tank” that had “only” been in the garage for three years.
I also remember my friends telling me that they “couldn’t believe how much money it had, since they’d been buying it for $200.”
Redditors have been taking a look at a number different cars over the last year, and they’ve found that the best deals on these cars are the ones that are actually being used.
Honda is currently in the process of revamping its online dealership platform, and the company is already offering some great deals on cars.
On May 6, for example, Reddit user raf_rabbit posted an article titled “How to Find an Affordable Used Honda Civic for $300” in which he described how to find a Honda that has a clean and working battery and a working drain tank.
Nocera said that Redditors have also started sharing the stories of people trying to get their cars back from Craigslist sellers.
Reddit has been known to have a thriving car forum, so it’s very likely that these stories will continue to circulate, and many of the Redditors who have posted about them have posted stories about how they used Craigslist to find the cars.
But Reddit is also not the only site where people are posting about cars.
Many people are also trying to sell used cars, and there are some cars on the market that are worth a lot more than they seem.
A recent example of a car being offered for sale on Reddit came from user bp4t, who posted a story about selling a 2011 Honda Civic and a 2015 Nissan Versa.
He described how he sold his car for nearly $600,000 in 2013, and he said that it has a “very bad” engine and that it was in need of a battery upgrade, which was a “huge mistake” for him.
At this point, there are about 8,000 Honda Civic owners in the United States, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration