Sad to hear it has to go but good luck selling it and good luck with starting a family.
My wife and I wanting to start a family is one of the justifications for getting the ISF in the first place. It is way more practical than our Honda S2000, Lifted truck, and sportbikes...hehehe.So sad to have to do this, but I have to get rid of my IS F lol Starting a family and just isnt really practical... Very Fun car! It is a 2008 #19 of 50 Nieman Marcus Edition, With 13,500 miles and garage kept. Asking for 48,000. So if anyone is interested, or know of anyone who would be, just let me know. I am located in Chicago.
no real point in selling the F if your not gonna be jumping into a minivan.. seriously,, think about it,, the F is basically a 4 seater with a fair size trunk,,, yeah,, a suv is a 5 seater with a bigger trunk,, but its still not like day and night difference in space.. Unless you are getting a full size suv with the 7 seaters. but even at that,, most 7 seaters suv have a ridiculous size trunk.. I really cant wait till this new sienna se comes out.. The F is nice and everything, but I really like the pwr sliding doors on the van, the power trunk, the widescreen tv in the rear, and oh so much space to move around,, not cramped like the interior of the F.. Again,, F is nice, but speed limit in philly is still a stupid 55mph that nobody drives at anyway.. Maybe Im just getting old or maybe I just love my little princess too much,,, so much that Im willing to sacrifice the F for a minivan!! lollol lol wont be going that route... Give me a lil more credit lol
Not to threadjack here but all car manufacturers have incidents and recalls. Honda is not free of recalls themselves. They too have recently issued a recall. Plus with Honda's reputation with weak transmissions, I would look elsewhere.Well, I'm not in the mkt for a minivan, but if I was, I'd be waiting for this one to come out before I bought anything, esp. given the current situation with Toyo....
haha,, thats one reason why I am looking at the sienna... I already have a 2000 odyssey and the trans went on me...Not to threadjack here but all car manufacturers have incidents and recalls. Honda is not free of recalls themselves. They too have recently issued a recall. Plus with Honda's reputation with weak transmissions, I would look elsewhere.