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Bought the wife a EXL in Alabaster Silver Metallic with Black Interior a few months ago. Been as reliable as expected from a honda. Her previous car was a 2005 Accord Coupe EX V6, that I am now using as my daily driver.


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Bought the wife a EXL in Alabaster Silver Metallic with Black Interior a few months ago. Been as reliable as expected from a honda. Her previous car was a 2005 Accord Coupe EX V6, that I am now using as my daily driver.


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Welcome, Slow, and congrats on the new CT....Great ride......
Don't blame you for keeping the '05....I'd have kept my '06 but it had over 220k on it.

Post up your thoughts on the new CT and any mods......
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Bought the wife a EXL in Alabaster Silver Metallic with Black Interior a few months ago. Been as reliable as expected from a honda. Her previous car was a 2005 Accord Coupe EX V6, that I am now using as my daily driver.

Ryan

Welcome! We still have our 2004 EX-L v6 sedan. We really like it and the Crosstour too!

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It has been a great car so far, I wish it had a little more back seat room, we have a rear facing convertible baby seat behind the drivers seat, and being 6'4" makes the drivers seat a little small since I cannot move the seat all the way back.

Only mods are the "protection package" the dealer tried to charge $2000 for, (I got it throw into the price of the car) with the trunk liner, mud flaps and door edge guards ($124 worth of parts) The dealer also added a pinstripe that looks good so I have left it on. I tinted the front windows with 3M 20% to match the smoked back glass.

No plans for other modifications, all of the mod money will be going towards supercharging my 2006 Pontiac GTO.

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It has been a great car so far, I wish it had a little more back seat room, we have a rear facing convertible baby seat behind the drivers seat, and being 6'4" makes the drivers seat a little small since I cannot move the seat all the way back.

Only mods are the "protection package" the dealer tried to charge $2000 for, (I got it throw into the price of the car) with the trunk liner, mud flaps and door edge guards ($124 worth of parts) The dealer also added a pinstripe that looks good so I have left it on. I tinted the front windows with 3M 20% to match the smoked back glass.

No plans for other modifications, all of the mod money will be going towards supercharging my 2006 Pontiac GTO.

Ryan
Glad you like the CT, Ryan. There's much to like about it.
Can you not place the baby's seat behind the passenger seat to give you more room?
Tinting the front side windows is something I must do yet. 20% isn't too dark? or does it match the rears?

An '06 Goat.....now that's a horse of a different colour...:)
Supercharged that'll be a real pavement burner...

My extra little toy is a Lex ISF for some 'spirited' driving and also love the performance a torque of a V8.

Keep us up on that mod too. Would love to hear about that.

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Welcome Ryan, with a baby seat in the back and an '06 GTO in the garage I hear you sayin huh and scratching your head when anyone asks about spare time. Enjoy them all, especially the back seat occupant.
 

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Yes, silver is easy to keep clean. Black looks the best, and the i liked the red, but was turned off by not being able to get a black interior.

My GTO is silver with black leather, the 05 is silver with black interior as well. I guess I am booring :)

Ryan
 
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