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2006-2011 Honda Civic EX/EX-L Power Stop Front/Rear Brake Kit ( Pad and Cross Drilled/Slotted Combo Rotor) $212.50

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[Amazon.ca] 2006-2011 Honda Civic EX/EX-L Power Stop Front/Rear Brake Kit ( Pad and Cross Drilled/Slotted Combo Rotor) $212.50

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Power Stop K2385 Front/Rear Ceramic Brake Pad and Cross Drilled/Slotted Combo Rotor One-Click Brake Kit

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B005FL6GRA
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Spaceship civic taking liftoff.

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Really wished the one for 2015 Camry goes on sale at this price 🤞
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You can't hate the Japanese makes. Nearly 40 years of proven reliability, 10 years more modern (on a rolling basis), and a general uplift seen in their catch-up brethren, Hyundai of South Korea.

Literal decades later, and we still have domestic clunkers with reliability issues. Don't get me started.

Regarding Amazon, it's now clear that with a little searching you're saving an easy 50% on a wide variety of car parts. The days of auto shop mark ups, at least on the popular makes and models, may be waning.

God bless, gents.
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justrajdeep wrote: Really wished the one for 2015 Camry goes on sale at this price 🤞
I stock up last time on front and rear for my 2012 Camry I think I paid $35 for each ($70 front and back) bought 2 sets/kits.

have not seen them on sale since

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Is this a good deal for a civic?
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Saw the 2021 Civic while servicing my Accord, looks really nice, interior and exterior, but dont buy 2013-2016 Accord V6, my starter died at 50k and there's a known manufacturing defect with that and the torque converter, so may happen again... not happy with Honda right now!!!! =(
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100% not applicable for LX?

How much would reasonable mechanic labour cost be to change to these when the time comes?
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statick wrote: Saw the 2021 Civic while servicing my Accord, looks really nice, interior and exterior, but dont buy 2013-2016 Accord V6, my starter died at 50k and there's a known manufacturing defect with that and the torque converter, so may happen again... not happy with Honda right now!!!! =(
I assumed Honda stands by their cars, if it is a manufacturing defect they would replace it for free.
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skyrink wrote: 100% not applicable for LX?

How much would reasonable mechanic labour cost be to change to these when the time comes?
Reasonable mechanic .... Around $150 I guess.
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skyrink wrote: 100% not applicable for LX?
Not sure but 2006 Honda Civic LX had rear drum brakes. Guess it depends on what you have.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: You can't hate the Japanese makes. Nearly 40 years of proven reliability, 10 years more modern (on a rolling basis), and a general uplift seen in their catch-up brethren, Hyundai of South Korea.

Literal decades later, and we still have domestic clunkers with reliability issues. Don't get me started.

Regarding Amazon, it's now clear that with a little searching you're saving an easy 50% on a wide variety of car parts. The days of auto shop mark ups, at least on the popular makes and models, may be waning.

God bless, gents.
Don't forget .... In Canada even with Amazon it is more than what you would pay in States. I really wish this discrepancy ends in some years.
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justrajdeep wrote: Don't forget .... In Canada even with Amazon it is more than what you would pay in States. I really wish this discrepancy ends in some years.
We would have to change as a country for that to happen.

That's not happening any time soon.

That's a discussion for another thread.
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RedStrikeCa wrote: Closer to $100 assuming 2 hours of work at $50 / hour.
Any link to a shop that charge "$50 / hour" in the GTA ? doubt such exist unless the reference is to some shady hacks that you do not would not want to install brakes even for free
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redflagdealsguy wrote: You can't hate the Japanese makes. Nearly 40 years of proven reliability, 10 years more modern (on a rolling basis), and a general uplift seen in their catch-up brethren, Hyundai of South Korea.

Literal decades later, and we still have domestic clunkers with reliability issues. Don't get me started.

Regarding Amazon, it's now clear that with a little searching you're saving an easy 50% on a wide variety of car parts. The days of auto shop mark ups, at least on the popular makes and models, may be waning.

God bless, gents.
me, laughs in Nissan, Mitsubishi and Subaru.
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Now to find them for 1999-2005 corolla, aka the national car of RFD
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2005 low mileage (<10,000km /yr) Honda, rear main seal leaking, always changed oil before computer wanted.

Extras that failed: ACC position sensor, P/S pump, LED marker light, starter, several engine mounts, both seat belt sensors.

Never buying into Honda hype again and spending extras. Basic car is the king.
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Deal dead? Seeing $360 on my end.
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justrajdeep wrote: I assumed Honda stands by their cars, if it is a manufacturing defect they would replace it for free.
Wrong, recall only occurs if there is a safety hazard. If starter defective, you can get stranded and that might be a safety issue, but not an immediate one, so had to shell out $700 out of pocket on a car with 50k.... couple yrs after warranty expires of course, TSB (technical service bulletin) was issues in the US which addresses the issue but onus is upon the owner, not Honda for those

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