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KBB values 2007 Civic LX higher than 2007 Accord LX?
I looked up KBB dealer retail values for a 2007 Accord LX and it's more than I want to spend, so I figured I'd check out Civics and looked up value for a 2007 Civic LX. In both cases I looked up 4-cyl. auto. with 90,000 miles and I didn't change the default options. I was surprised to see it report a fair purchase price of $10,481 for the Civic and $9,867 for the Accord. Is there something that makes that legit, like that generation of Civic being sufficiently more modern than that generation of Accord to justify the difference? Or a really big difference in insurance costs or something? All else being equal (including model year, trim level, mileage, and default options) I'd expect the Civic to be priced lower than the Accord and would much rather buy an Accord for less money than a Civic.