How much is the value of a 1987 civic 2 door hatchback?

Asked by Mar 20, 2012 at 10:28 PM about the 1987 Honda Civic DX Hatchback

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Here's the car in question. How much is it worth? It looks great, has good millage for how old it is, but
the price is quite steep. Obviously, the guy is looking to make some money. Still, this is a 25 year old
car, after all. I'm copying the guy's ad, so you can get an idea. Please, help!

1987 Honda Civic, 5sp, 91k, 41mpg - $3850 (LARGO)

1987 Honda Civic. 2 door with a rear hatch back. 1.5 liter engine. All original and stock. Down to the
original cassette radio. It's a factory 5 speed with working ac and heat. Plus cruise control. Runs and
drives like new. No leaks. Always used oem replacement parts. Oil changes always on schedule. Next
scheduled oil change is 94k miles. New tires and brakes. Plenty of receipts. No rust, florida car. Garage
kept almost its entire ownership, It shows! Very clean inside and outside. Been in the family since new.
Accident free. Clean carfax. 92k original miles. This car gets 41 mpg highway and 38 mpg in the
city..Everything on this car works as it should. No funny noises. Read some of the reviews such as:
super reliable, fun to drive,extremely well built, very, very reliable. Inexpensive maintenance and gas,
easy and pleasure to drive, just a great all around car, amazingly smooth ride, great value.. It's a
Honda..A classic as of 2012 and NADA holds book with mileage of above $4300.. Will consider
$3850.00..obo.

How much would you offer? What would be reasonable?

8 Answers

1,075

feel free to laugh in his face and wave max max max 1400 if you are "baller nuff"

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1,075

due to the fact that they are not a collector car or anything not worth what he wants

4,045

dumb question....what is the NADA he refers to?

1,075

"national automobile dealers association" everyone under nada is basically supposed to tell you the truth about anything about their cars

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4,045

thank you for answering !!

Thanks, guys! I'm still pondering, but if I decide to make an offer, I'll keep you posted.

115

$2500.00 tops!

2 out of 2 people think this is helpful.
305

Offer him $900.00 and if he says no you just saved your money for a newer model !

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