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Old 09-06-2017, 03:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Value of 04 Civic Hybrid 5spd w 86k?

I've got a nice clean 04 Civic Hybrid 5spd with 86k. I am including a simple grid charger, a spare IMA battery in decent shape to use while reconditioning. The IMA battery in the car is in great shape. I bought a set of original cells removed from a rebuild which turned out to be in almost new condition. Will also include an IMA shell that could be rebuilt. I can provide the data from the last recondition on the two complete IMA batteries. Also have a box with some spare supplies; shrink tubing, PT strips, etc. that I will include.

I bought the car 6 years ago with 59k. It had an a/c compressor installed and an O2 sensor about 2 years ago. The tires still have about half their tread. 5/32 on two, 6/32 on one and one is new due to a blowout a few months ago. They are NOT LRR. I had window tint installed to help keep the interior cooler for IMA health.

I'm having trouble finding a value for the car because of the low miles. Please advise what everything listed above should be worth.

I have listed it on Craigslist for $3900.

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Old 09-06-2017, 05:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I imagine you would have a hard time trying to get more than $7000 for it, that's my guess. It is low miles, but its still 13 years old. Oh yeah, and since its a manual, it is going to take a while to sell.
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The grid charger is a nice addition to the car, but you might be better off selling the spare battery and parts separately unless the car's buyer wants them. They would be worthless to a non-enthusiast.
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Yea I would guess 3-5k at most.
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An 04 Civic around here with those miles can go for about 5k I'd estimate. Hybrid will kick that up a little, but not a ton.
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Old 09-07-2017, 12:45 PM   #6 (permalink)
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The hybrids are worth less than the standard car.

I'm trying to get 2000 for my 2004 with 145k on it.
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I'd agree that the hybrids go for less... try trading into a dealer and see what they offer.. you'll tell them to piss off and sell on the street and even there you'll sit on it for a while trying to get a buyer. It's because the batteries can go out anytime and it's a very high cost to replace them unless you are an intelligent do it yourselfer. Non-Hybrids have no such worries. I bought an older Prius pretty cheap because of the lower cost and decided to gamble it as I know I can replace a few cells if I have to and the Prius has a very good track record. BTW, I almost always favor Hondas... my favorite by far...except for a Hybrid.
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range of values

Wow, quite a range of possible values. Guess I should start at something in the middle, like maybe $5000 and see what happens. I don't think you see too many HCH1s any more with less than about 250k.

I would love it if an enthusiast buys it. That's why I'm including the extra IMA battery, etc.

I don't think these cars are for the average driver. When they get an IMA code and Honda tells them $4k for a new IMA battery they would likely be pissed.
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2 door or 4 door?
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body style

It's a 4-door sedan. I'll add some pictures tomorrow. I wasn't aware that they made these in a 2-door version.

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