Would you consider this low-mileage 2000 Honda Civic SE a collectible? We’re not sure we would call it as such but it is just the latest near-pristine Honda that we’ve seen on the used car market attracting a surprising amount of interest (and money).
This particular Civic SE is located in Vancouver, Canada and has only ever been driven 5,750 miles (~9,250 km). According to the seller, the previous owner only ever used the car for grocery shopping, hence why it has barely been driven.
One aspect of the car that we’re particularly fond of is the Clover Green Pearl paint. It looks utterly gorgeous and while it is hard to tell what kind of condition the paint is in based on these low-resolution photos, it certainly gives the simple sedan a striking and attractive look. Complementing the green paint are a set of silver wheels.
Inside, the car shows very little signs of wear. Indeed, the fabric seats look almost new and the trim across the steering wheel and dashboard looks flawless. It is a similar story in the engine bay which looks mostly clean, although we can see some areas of surface rust, particularly on various bolts throughout the engine bay.
The seller on eBay says the car runs and drives like new but hasn’t provided any details about the vehicle’s service records. While it has been driven less than 6,000 miles, it still will have needed regular servicing throughout the years.