Used 2007 Honda Civic For Sale

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2007 Honda Civic DX Specifications

Feature Description
Transmission Automatic
Engine 1.8L
Horsepower 140 horsepower@6300rpm
MPG City 25
MPG Highway 36

Customer Review Summary for 2007 Honda Civic

(86 Reviews)

Great car

2007 Honda Civic Rose Clapper - Valparaiso, IN 09/26/2015

Easy to drive. Navigation and sunroof included. 3 months of XM Sirius radio free.

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2007 Honda Civic sasamka - madison WI 10/07/2008

I bought this car mainly for mileage and the sporty look it has. I am satisfied with this car so far with respect to mileage. There is not much room in the back and driver's seat but it is a compact car. I liked the feature where it tells when to change the oil. First time I had to change after 7 months so all in all a good buy.

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2007 Honda Civic Aquaman - Los Angeles 12/18/2007

This Honda Civic feels like a bullet. Not only performs like a $30k sports car but it also has the looks of a concept car. The only thing I wish it was different is the leg room as you enter the car on the front seats. Other than that, it a beauty!

2007 Honda Civic Overview

The 2007 Honda Civic set a high bar when it came to compact cars. Until the Civic made its debut, many people thought little of compact cars, but the Honda Civic slowly changed that perception. With its reliability and good price, the Civic made it possible for people to own good quality cars that were small yet still offered a high level of value and durability.

2007 Honda Civic History

While 2007 was not the first year for the Civic, it was one of the best years. That particular year and model offered more than past models, and built up the reputation Honda had already established. The 2007 Civic offered:

  • A follow-up on a 2006 redesign
  • The option to purchase an Si sedan
  • An original price tag of under $20,000
  • Three different trim levels and a sedan or coupe option

How It Drives

The Honda brand is legendary for its reliability and driveability, and the 2007 Civic does not disappoint in either of those areas. While its Hybrid and GX models have slower acceleration times compared to their peers, there is overall strength and value in the Civic that any car owner can appreciate. The base model is strong and solid, and buyers who choose the sportier Si model can enjoy better acceleration and a higher level of handling that comes with the stronger engine. Overall, the 2007 Honda Civic is a joy to drive, and can be trusted to take buyers where they need to go consistently without expensive problems.

Used 2007 Honda Civic Value

Hondas hold their value relatively well, generally because they can be trusted and car buyers know they hold together well. Buying a used Honda Civic can mean paying a little more than a similarly sized used car of a different brand and same model year. With that in mind, the Si sedan will likely command the highest price. In 2007, buyers could choose this option for the first time, so the car will be expected to hold more of its value due to some rarity in being able to purchase it. Still, a lot of these cars were made, and they are not expected to command nearly new prices when they are located used in today's market.

Design & Performance

The 2007 Honda Civic was a step up from the complete redesign of the 2006 model, making it an improvement on a car that was already popular and enjoyable. That only improved the value for most buyers, and made them appreciate the car even more than they had in the past. Buyers of the 2007 Honda Civic can expect:

  • An option to choose the Si sedan for the first time
  • Engines optimized for fuel efficiency and performance
  • A refined interior with plenty of room based on the size of the car
  • A engine and drivetrain that is low cost to own

Powertrain & Engine

The array of engines Honda offers is exceptional, giving the 2007 Civic buyer the chance to focus on fuel efficiency, power, and performance, or a combination of both that can leave them enjoying both sides of the value equation. The Civic offers a 1.8L four-cylinder engine providing 140hp in its DX, LX, and EX models. The GX has the same size engine, but it is powered by natural gas. The Si model comes with a 197 hp, 2.0L engine, and a six-speed manual, which is a step up from the five-speed manual or optional automatic that comes with the other trim options. Drivers can expect to achieve 30 mpg city and 40 hwy when it comes to fuel economy in the 1.8L engine, and 49 city, 51 hwy in the Civic Hybrid.

Body Style & Interior Comfort

Even though the 2007 Honda Civic is a small car, it is big on comfort. The interior is roomy for the size of the overall vehicle, giving even taller or larger passengers the opportunity to be comfortable during travel.

Buyers of this car can expect:

  • A 60/40 split rear seat for comfort and ease of cleaning and moving items
  • Full power accessories and a keyless entry system
  • A height-adjustable driver's seat for comfort
  • Available moonroof, satellite radio, and navigation system

No matter which options and what body style are chosen, the 2007 Honda Civic offers a comfortable ride and good handling capabilities, making it great for everyday driving.

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