Honda Civic

Starting at $18,640

27 City / 40 Hwy / 33 Avg

158-hp 2.0L 4 Cylinder

5 Passengers

3 Years / 36000 Miles


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Average Rating
Based on reviews by 6 leading car publication(s)




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Critics say the redesigned 2016 Honda Civic is among the best compact cars you can buy, with responsive handling, an upscale cabin and generous passenger and cargo space...Read More 4.6 out of 5

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With a production history that dates back to the early ‘70s, the Civic is well established as Honda’s go-to standard for compact, economical commuting It’s a nameplate that promises reliability, an array of body styles, plenty of equipment options, and even a little fun (if you know where to look) In April of 2011, Honda unveiled the Civic’s ninth generation, but was quickly criticized for the car’s lackluster interior and poor ride quality, even failing to earn a recommendation from Consumer Reports for the first time in the model’s history Now, there’s a tenth generation, and it’s framed as “one of the most comprehensive and ambitious new-model developments ever undertaken by Honda,” boasting a new architecture, new interior technology, new exterior styling, and two new engine packages...Read More N/A

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The outgoing Honda Civic (2011-'15) generation garnered some very un-Honda-like controversy during its run, with lackluster early reviews leading to a virtually unprecedented second-year overhaul Although that emergency surgery made the Civic more competitive, it failed to restore the car's class-leading status With rivals improving by leaps and bounds, the Civic just wasn't a no-brainer pick like it used to be For longtime Honda buyers, the fully redesigned, profoundly improved 2016 Honda Civic should come as a relief...Read More N/A

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Even for a sporty car, the Si's ride is stiff, with frequent short body motions that can get tiresome An abundance of noise in the cabin makes matters worse, especially on longer drives Road noise is particularly loud, even at low speeds And while most drivers enjoyed the sound of the smooth, free-revving engine under acceleration, that too can grow old, especially on the highway where the engine drones at high RPM...Read More 3.3 out of 5

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Honda will undoubtedly look back on the ninth-generation Civic, that unlovable lump of cheapness, as a lesson in continuous improvement In so repeatedly flexing its renowned rapid-product-development muscle—overhauling the all-new 2012 Civic just a year later and then adding substantial equipment including a new transmission for 2014—Honda has surely grown stronger It certainly righted the ship from a business standpoint Civic sales boomed over the past three years, even if enthusiasts, ourselves included, haven’t much praised the product of Honda’s face-saving efforts...Read More 4.5 out of 5

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When the Civic debuted in 1973, we were just coming out of the muscle-car era and the strangulation of the American V-8 had begun Much unlike the V-8 engines of the era, the Civic’s 1,169-cc, inline-four engine produced only 50 ponies In 1986, Honda ventured into the performance world with the Civic, as it introduced the performance-oriented Si hatchback With 91 horsepower and 93 pound-feet in tow, the debut Civic Si could hit 60 mph in around 10 seconds and still deliver 30 mpg on the highway...Read More N/A

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