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|umquat||1:24am on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|I have had my 2004 honda civic ima for 2 years. i got the car with 50k on it in 2008 it now has 113k on it and has never had a falt.|
|gruslo||10:22pm on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010|
|I have been using my Honda CIVIC for more than 2 years. I love driving and driving Honda civic is an entirely different experience. Hi, I bought a Nov 2008 civic stretching my budget over new city ax as I was in love with the look. I bought a MT.|
|bpursley||3:24am on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|I more-than-commute in this vehicle. I learn... mileage, GPS, balance of style and performance mileage could be better, rear legroom (of course)|
|Surion||5:12pm on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|Sporty; I have the heated leather seat option which are nice in winter but not very comfortable after 30 min of driving.|
|guy15s||6:53pm on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|I always wanted a Honda Civic, so when it came time to buy a new car, that was my first choice. I had a Honda Accord at the time. This review is about the best little car I have ever owned. When I was in my senior year in high school. Recently I bought a new car. It is a Honda Civic 2007 model. The color is maroon and when it rains or the car is washed, the car shines on the road.|
|Boetman||12:20pm on Saturday, July 31st, 2010|
|As oil supplies tighten, gas prices rise and concerns about the environment intensify, public interest in alternative fuels is growing. 2008 Honda CivicEX-L, with the 1.8 liters is a straight four-VTEC engine, the maximum output of 140 horsepower, torque 128Nm. The Honda Civic is a car produced by Honda Imported from the year 1992 and nationalized in 1997. It is produced in Sumaré (SP).|
|alexhun||1:00am on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010|
|I bought my Honda Civic CDTi 6 months ago and have only suffered from the usual wear and tear you find with most cars. I absolutely love my Honda Civic 1.6 SR VTec.|
|maxiesdemon||6:21am on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|Honda and Dongfeng Honda Civic existing Honda CR-V models come from the same production platform, two vehicles with a chassis.|
|777091||4:15pm on Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
|I more-than-commute in this vehicle. I learn how to save on mileage, with its indicators about moment-to-moment mileage. mileage, GPS.|
|ksheehan16||12:32am on Saturday, April 10th, 2010|
|1. Looks Performance, Handling, Practicality, Price Can be rather thirsty if driven hard I own the 4 door saloon version of this car and must say that this is the best car i ever owned, I have previously owned BMW, golf, Audi, Toyota.|
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2011 Honda Civic Benchmark compact offers something for everyone.
Overview The Honda Civic is a benchmark in the compact class, noted for its reliability. A wide range of models is available. They're easy to drive, with ample windows that provide outstanding outward visibility. We found ride quality in the Civic solid but not overly firm, with less road noise and wind whistle than is common for the class. The stiff chassis gives the Civic a solid and planted feel, with impressive stability and responsive steering, while the relatively long wheelbase smoothes the ride. Inside, the Civic is pleasant, attractive and inviting. Bluetooth and navigation are available. Safety features include side-impact airbags as standard equipment. Vehicle Stability Assist electronic stability control comes on the Civic EX-L, Hybrid, and Si models. The 2011 Honda Civic comes in coupe and sedan versions. Civic DX, LX, and EX models share a 140-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with a choice of 5-speed manual transmission or 5-speed automatic. We found the Civic LX sedan the most comfortable model. The DX is relatively basic, while the EX is more plush. The sporty Civic Si coupe and sedan share a 197-horsepower engine, 6-speed manual transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and supportive sport seats. The Civic Hybrid sedan is powered by a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine coupled with a permanent magnet electric motor and a continuously variable transmission. The Hybrid model features dramatically reduced emissions, and it delivers an EPA-rated 40/43 mpg City/Highway. The Civic GX sedan uses natural gas for fuel. Natural gas is available to residents of California, New York, Utah and Oklahoma and is used by fleets elsewhere. For 2011 the Honda Civic line remains essentially unchanged. Its styling was last freshened in 2009, after a total redesign for the 2006 model year. Model Lineup The 2011 Honda Civic DX coupe ($15,605) and sedan ($15,805) come with power windows, tiltand-telescope steering wheel, height-adjustable driver's seat and fold-down rear seatback. The coupe gets a rear decklid spoiler. Buyers wanting a radio must supply their own or order from the dealer, but a rear window-integrated radio antenna is standard. Brakes are disc in front, drum in rear. The P195/65R15 tires are on steel wheels with full wheelcovers. The Civic DX-VP sedan ($16,555) adds air conditioning, a four-speaker, 160-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system with an auxiliary input jack, CD text display, and speed-sensitive volume control. The Civic LX coupe ($17,555) and sedan ($17,755) add cruise control with steering-wheelmounted controls; power door locks with keyless entry; center console with sliding armrest; overhead map lights; express up/down for the driver's power window; and P205/55R16 tires.
The sedan comes with a four-speaker stereo (same as DX-VP), but the coupe has a sixspeaker system, and also a rear-seat walk-in feature that remembers the front passenger seat's setting. The Civic LX-S sedan ($18,355) upgrades to alloy wheels, exclusive sport-trimmed black cloth seats with synthetic suede bolsters and silver stitching, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a rear deck spoiler, and a chrome exhaust tip. A 5-speed automatic ($800) is optional. The Civic EX coupe and sedan ($19,605) skip some of the LX-S model's fancy trim but add a power moonroof; variable-speed intermittent windshield wipers; a second 12-volt power outlet; a 60/40 split folding rear seatback; and outside temperature indicator. The steering wheel adds audio controls; while the keyless remote adds a trunk release button. Brakes upgrade to fourwheel discs. The sedan's stereo adds two speakers (for a total of six); while the coupe gets a 350-watt, seven-speaker system; both get a USB interface. Both EX models are also available with automatic transmission, XM Satellite Radio, and voice-recognition Navigation ($22,405). A 5-speed automatic ($800) is optional. The Civic EX-L coupe and sedan ($21,955) add leather seats with seat heaters, leather-trimmed steering wheel and armrest, heated mirrors, and Vehicle Stability Assist and Brake Assist. Both models are available with the automatic transmission, XM and Navigation ($23,955). The Civic Si coupe ($22,205) and sedan ($22,405) are performance models, powered by a 197hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. They come only with a 6-speed manual transmission. Other go-fast goodies include a limited-slip differential, sports suspension, Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control, and P215/45VR17 tires on 17-inch alloy wheels. Fog lights come standard. Inside are synthetic suede sport seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and an aluminum shift knob. Both coupe and sedan get the 350-watt, seven-speaker stereo. Packages include highperformance tires for the coupe ($22,405) and sedan ($22,605); plus XM and navigation ($24,205 and $24,405). The Civic Hybrid sedan ($23,950) features a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), automatic climate control, a roof-mounted radio antenna, a rear decklid spoiler, and hybrid-pertinent digital data displays. Vehicle Stability Assist comes standard. The Hybrid is available with the navigation system and XM Satellite Radio ($25,950) and with a leather interior ($25,150) including heated front seats and side mirrors, or with the leather package, navigation, and XM ($27,150). The Civic GX ($25,490) is essentially an LX sedan with a 1.8-liter engine powered by natural gas. It comes only with a 5-speed automatic transmission. Walkaround Honda Civic comes in two distinct body styles, sedan and coupe, and they do not share any body panels. The Honda Civic sedan has a lower grille with a tall, trapezoidal center opening and secondary scoop-like openings on either side. A grid-like insert in the center opening contrasts with a kind of cyclone-fence theme in the side scoops. Slender headlamp assemblies angle upwards as they curve around the fenders; visually connecting them is a bright bar with the Honda H at the center and another slim air opening underneath. Around back, another bright chrome bar connects the taillights just above the indentation for the license plate. The coupe's upper grille has the Honda logo centered in an oval-themed black mesh, with a more shallow lower trapezoidal opening, and scoops at either side that are drawn out wide and horizontal and divided midway by a horizontal strut. Save for a lower body character line, the sides of the Civic are more slab than sensuous. Understated fender blisters break up the otherwise featureless expanse. Honda calls it a
monoform design, and a central expression of this is the windshield, the leading edge of which reaches into the hood all the way to the middle of the front wheel wells, pushing the cab-forward design concept to a new extreme. On the coupe, the windshield is raked at a radical 21.9 degrees; the sedan's at a barely more upright 23.9 degrees. The coupe's spoilered, rounded rear profile suggests sleek swiftness. The sedan's somewhat abbreviated trunk lid and high, chunky tail add perceived mass to a tightly proportioned, smallish sedan. Details and markings distinguish each trim level. On the Si sedan, the grille bar is black instead of chrome. On both the coupe and sedan, an Si badge tucks into the grille's lower left side, and oval fog lights are set into the bumper's outboard openings. An i-VTEC label appears just forward of the rear wheel well; on the Si sedan it's placed low on the rear door. A rear spoiler wraps over the outboard edges of the sedan's trunk lid; on the coupe, the spoiler is free-standing. Both sedan and coupe roll on their own unique alloy wheels. The Hybrid is understated, with just a small Hybrid badge under the right rear taillight. Our least favorite feature is its pseudo-aero wheels, which look as if they were cut from pizza pans. A blue CNG diamond on the right side of the rear deck lid, and NGV lettering on the rear doors, identify the natural gas-powered GX. Interior Features We find the Civic LX sedan the most comfortable model. The DX edges more toward spartan inside, while the EX heads toward lush. Fit and finish meet Honda standards. Plastic trim elements look high-grade, although the multi-piece dash invites concern about high-mileage squeaks and buzzes. Seats are comfortable, not plush. Seat bottoms provide better than average thigh support. The manual height adjustment on the driver's seat pivots on front hinges, forcing drivers to choose between seat height and legroom. The Si models get sport front seats with synthetic suede upholstery and more aggressive bolsters both bottom and side for improved support. The view out the front, with the expansive windshield, low cowl and sloping hood, is unparalleled in the class. A commensurately low beltline would enhance side vision, but otherwise there's little about which to complain. Tiny front quarter windows on the sedan, necessary to allow the front door windows to roll all the way down, push the side rear-view mirrors a bit too far rearward for quick and easy glances at neighboring lanes. Controls are for the most part where they should be, but not necessarily as they should be. There's little symmetry in organization or shape of features and interfaces. It's not an unpleasant look, but one that requires some acclimation. Despite the seeming logic of the two-tier instrument display, we still haven't adjusted to the resulting weird pod draped over the top of the dash. The dash itself seems endlessly deep; draped across its top, in front of the driver, is a hooded opening with a digital speedometer between LCD coolant temperature and fuel level gauges. Down below, in the more common place for instruments, a large, round, analog tachometer dominates the view through the top half of the steering wheel, with warning lights to either side. Outboard of this display are large, irregular vent registers. Instrument lighting is blue on most models but red on the Si models.
Sedans share the coupe's three-spoke steering wheel (with spokes at the 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions), which matches the spacey interior theme just as well. The Civic navigation system includes Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, a wireless telephone interface that works with Bluetoothenabled mobile telephones for hands-free operation via steering wheel-mounted controls. Centered in the dash above the climate control panel is a stereo control head with the pertinent accoutrements; unless you order navigation, in which case this space is shared by an LCD window combining the navigation display with audio settings. To the right of this squished pod-like arrangement, the dash curves away from the front passenger and houses two more horizontally oriented vent registers; again, neither of which matches the other. A wide, but not especially deep glove box resides below a cabin-wide, clam shell-like notch dividing the upper and lower halves of the dash. There is no center stack to speak of, which otherwise might tie together the dash and the floormounted controls. Instead, below the climate control panel is a shallow storage bin with a power point and an audio input jack on the left side. Forward of the metallic-trimmed block of plastic serving as a base for the hand brake and shift levers is a good-sized, rectangular storage bin. Another shallow cubby is tucked in between the shift lever housing and a pair of seat bottomlevel cup holders under a sliding cover. Aft of this on all but the DX is an abbreviated, padded armrest covering another storage bin, inside of which on the EX, EX-L, Si and Hybrid is a second power point. Each door has a hard plastic map pocket. A magazine pouch is on the rear of the front passenger's seatback; on the Hybrid, there's one on the driver's seatback, too. Architecturally busy interior door panels could be friendlier to fingers in terms of grips and pulls, but armrests provide good support at the right level. When it comes to interior room, the Civic coupe and sedan are competitive with other cars in their classes. Almost oversize rear doors provide easy rear-seat access. But the bench seats in the rear are flat and do little to keep passengers in place in twists and turns. Cargo space, at 12.0 cubic feet in the sedan, trails the class leaders by a couple of cubic feet. The coupe surrenders 0.5 cubic feet, the Hybrid gives up 1.6 cubic feet to battery and such, while the GX loses fully half its trunk to fuel storage. Driving Impressions The Civic is an enjoyable car to drive. We found ride quality solid but not overly firm, with less road noise and wind whistle than is common for the class. The exceptionally stiff chassis gives the Civic a solid and planted feel. The brake feel is solid as well. Thoroughly modern front and rear suspension designs deliver impressive stability and certain steering response. The long wheelbase smoothes the ride. The 5-speed automatic is simple: Put it in Drive and leave it there, and it does the job admirably. We do wish, though, that Honda would insert a tab below the D setting in the gate, as we sometimes shifted past it when shifting out of Park or Reverse and ended up in the D3 notch. The 5-speed manual gearbox is a bit rubbery in the shift feel, and hitting the desired gear sometimes requires careful aim. The 1.8-liter engine that comes standard is rated at 140 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque. Honda rates the combined output of the Hybrid's electric motor and 1.3-liter gasoline engine at 110 horsepower and 123 pound-feet of torque, on regular unleaded. The LNGpowered GX rates 113 horsepower and 109 pound-feet. The 2.0-liter Si models feature 197
horsepower and 139 pound-feet, thanks partly to a high-compression cylinder head that demands premium fuel. Fuel economy estimates are 26/34 mpg EPA City/Highway for the 5-speed manual, 25/36 mpg for the 5-speed automatic, and 21/29 mpg for the Si 6-speed manual. The Hybrid earns a 40/43 mpg rating, the GX a gasoline-equivalent of 24/36. The EX-L, Hybrid, and Si models come with electronic stability control, and the Si features larger front brake discs. The Si engine is powerful. Hard acceleration is often accompanied by torque steer, a tug on the steering wheel. Around 6000 rpm the engine delivers a power surge as the i-VTEC's variable valve mechanicals shift emphasis from torque to horsepower. A helical-type, limited-slip differential enhances traction in slippery driving situations. The Si Sedan is almost as much fun as the Si Coupe. The sedan rides on a wheelbase that's two inches longer and is a bit heavier (by 59 pounds). So, it's a little slower in acceleration, although it takes a stopwatch to notice. Steering response isn't quite as sharp, either. The Hybrid's CVT automatic takes some getting used to, as the shiftless transmission leaves the tachometer needle roving seemingly aimlessly around the dial while the engine management system's electronic brain works to keep the engine speed at its most efficient given road speed and load. The Hybrid can deactivate up to all four of its cylinders and operate using only its compact (just 70mm wide) electric motor in certain low-speed situations. Its 1.3liter gasoline engine features the same i-VTEC technology as the other Civics, albeit with eight valves instead of 16. By itself it produces 93 horsepower at 6000 rpm, and 89 pound-feet of torque at 4500. Because the electric motor develops its peak 20 horsepower and 76 pound-feet at different speeds (2000 and 1160 rpm, respectively), Honda rates the combined power more conservatively than simply adding the peak numbers together. The Civic GX is powered by a dedicated natural gas version of the Civic's 1.8-liter i-VTEC engine. Because it produces close to zero regulated emissions, buyers are eligible for a $4,000 federal tax credit. Currently, natural gas is approximately 30 percent less expensive than gasoline when purchased at a refueling station. The Civic GX is the only vehicle certified by the EPA to meet both Federal Tier 2-Bin 2 and Inherently Low Emission Vehicle (ILEV) zero evaporative emission certification standards. But consumers can buy the GX only through certain qualified dealers in New York, California, Utah, and Oklahoma; although it is available to fleets nationwide. The Civic Hybrid and Civic GX are classified as Advanced Technology Partial Zero Emissions Vehicles (AT-PZEV) by the California Air Resources Board CARB. Summary The Honda Civic LX sedan is a superb choice for someone who wants a practical compact that is smooth, comfortable and quick. The EX models add all the conveniences, including heated leather seats in the EX-L. The GX offers basic transportation with the potential economy and real emissions reduction of natural gas. The Hybrid makes a good commuter car with its fuelsaving electric motor. The Si Coupe and Si Sedan deliver sporty performance for driving enthusiasts. Autodata Solutions, Inc. is an authorized distributor of NewCarTestDrive Reviews.
Hendrick Kia of Cary
70 MacKenan Dr. Cary, NC 27511 Contact: BOB STEHPENSON
Phone: 919-388-4755 x4729
2009 Honda Civic Si Coupe
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VIN: 2HGFG21579H701902 Mileage: 30,357 Engine: 2.0L 4 Cylinder Engine Gasoline Transmission: 6 Spd Manual Drivetrain: Front Wheel Drive Warranty: Factory Warranty Condition: Pre-Owned Clear Title
Stock No: P1409 Exterior Color: YELLOW
Installed Options: Ext / Int Color
YELLOW with Cloth Interior
Air Conditioning Tilt Steering Wheel
Power Steering Power Windows
Security System Driver's Air Bag Keyless Entry Passenger Air Bag Anti-Lock Brakes
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70 MacKenan Dr. Cary, NC 27511
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2009 HONDA CIVIC SI VIN: 2HGFG21579H701902 COUPE FRONT WHEEL DRIVE Standard Equipment | Safety Options
No accident / damage reported to CARFAX
CARFAX 1-Owner vehicle
Last owned in Georgia Last reported odometer
$50 Above retail book value
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2yrs.1mo. Georgia 14,047/yr 30,250
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Purchased: Type: Where: Est. miles/year: Est. length owned: 2009 Personal Georgia 14,047/yr 1/17/09 3/14/11 (2 yrs. 1 mo.)
Date: 01/17/2009 01/29/2009
Source: Georgia Motor Vehicle Dept. Manchester,GA
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Manchester, GA Title #778698090290004 Loan or lien reported Vehicle color noted as Black Registration issued or renewed Vehicle color noted as Black
Low mileage! This owner drove less than the industry average of 15,000 miles per year.
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