Customer Review Summary for 2012 Honda Civic Hybrid
2012 Honda Civic HybridHuminbird - , 09/16/2013
Bought a used 2012 Honda Civic Hybrid about 6 weeks ago with 12k on it. I drive 55 miles per day to work and back and sit in rush hour traffic too, so I needed something that was fuel efficient. Although rated at 44mph, I've never gotten less than that. I've gone through three fill ups in 6 weeks and the mileage I got was 51, 47 and 48, so surprising there. I do drive it as optimally as I can and use the eco mode, so that helps, but I've been very pleased. It's comfortable and the eye level visual dash is really nice. Hands free bluetooth cell use is awesome. Face it, it's not a sports car or an SUV, but it's got enough kick for the city easily. If you're looking for fuel economy with some nice technological features to go with it then it's a great option.
I'd said I'd never buy another car unless I could get one that gets 40 mpg or more. The display shows the ave mpg for the current trip, and I love seeing that!
Other than that, the car's a Honda - I've had Hondas all my life and love the reliability of them.
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