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2009 Honda
Civic Hybrid

$9,599* 105K miles
CarMax Newark
Free Transfer to your store - DE to VA
Free Transfer to your store - DE to VA
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Location: CarMax Newark in Newark, Delaware 19711
Description: Used 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid for sale - $9,599, 105,608 miles with Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Rear Spoiler, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control
Transmission: Automatic Color:Blue Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (3.667 reviews) This car is a great car. Great mpg, pretty smooth ride, etc. Sometimes it takes a little bit to speed up, and sometimes when you realease the break the car shoots forward without you applying the gas. Not a racing car, but a great every day car. Gets me from point A to point B with no problems. I love it!

Reviews for 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid

Overall Rating

3.7 out of 5(13 reviews)

Buy a Cvic not the Hybrid

I have a 2004 Honda Civic hybrid and recently, after the warranty expired, experienced problems: the IMA (Integrated Motor Assist)and check engine light came on. You'll need to go to a Honda dealer for assistance, parts and repairs. The two reputable auto shops, I used, could not find the faults using their diagnostic systems. This vehicle was well maintained and not abused or run hard and miles were driven on highways. Note: transmission fluid was approx. $16.00 per quart. The NiMH battery started showing signs of not holding a charge shortly before the warranty expiration (80,000) and stopped functioning properly at about 84,000 miles. This reduced the fuel economy from 40 MPG to 34 MPG. Replacement batteries are approximately $4,000. In my opinion, the Honda Hybrid is not worth the extra cost. Buy a CIVIC (standard) instead. Any savings in fuel is quickly lost when the battery goes bad.

- Hybrid Disappointment, 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid

Great car

I've owned a 2005 Civic Hybrid since new and I've seen people say their car did not get the gas mileage they expected. Maybe I'm a little too logical and didn't expect extremely high MPG ratings from day one, but I must admit the car did for the most part return 45 to 48 MPG for the last 7 years and gave me very little if any problems. The car handles well looks good and actually has plenty of power as far as I'm concerned. I did worry about the replacement of the battery pack because everyone kept bringing that up as huge expense but the warranty is very long and and even if it did go out after the warranty was over with labor included when I checked it was less then $1300 (I checked with several dealerships to be safe) and my gas savings paid for that many times over.

- Spike, 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid

Best Car I've Owned

This really is the BEST of the 7 cars I've owned, and the most fun to drive of the 12 we've had as a family! In the nearly 7 weeks I've had it I'm still on my 2nd tank of gas, getting about 31 MPG even with only-city only-COLD winter driving. The traction has been fantastic on slick, icy and wet roads. My 6'2" husband has good head and leg room (even in back), and my 82-year-old mother has no trouble getting in and out. Other favorite features that outshine past cars I've had or driven: smoothest cruise control, quietest ride (maybe a tie with the '88 Taurus?), push-button trunk release, outside temp display, digital temp control and MPH displays and best dashboard layout, especially with ALL the read-outs I can switch between. ONLY things missing: rear seat cup holders and smaller trunk (I fit 10 filled grocery bags along with my mini car tool box). I'll drive this one to it's very last breath.

- Lutherfan, 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.