Question about 1997 Honda Civic
On an average a new one would cost you around $3K to 5K.
However, if you opt for used one, you can save considerable amount of money and it would cost you around close to $1K.
Well, there is another option of rebuilt engines which lies in between two of them in both affordability and reliability point of view.
Check out online auto parts store to find used and rebuilt engines at affordable price range.
Posted on Sep 02, 2013
There are numerous benefits in opting for a used engine over a new engine. Pre-owned vehicle parts are much more economical at times being less than half the price of newer parts. You can check out some used engine price here in Honda Civic Page . They provide a warranty and offer great deals on each item they sell.
Posted on Apr 11, 2013
$1000 for good used low milage engine. Anywhere for $3000-$4000 ffor a new one, at least. Jasper's have remanufactured motors, 3 year/30,000 miles, at bit less than new.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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