�engine rattles loud apon start up for a few seconds.
�engine grinds on start ups when left for 1 to 3 hours.
�door panel makes creeking noise when pressure is put on it.
�dashboard buzzes at 1800 rpm
�center console arm rest makes popping noise when I rest my arm down.
�center console makes a clicking noise when driving
�infotainment screen went black all night I couldn't use anything on it.
�transmission is very jerky at low speed.
�sheet metal so thin dents very easily.
�very thin pain chips easily.
Good quality, economical option for normal driving
While not reving the car constantly, have achieved 30-32 mpg even with constant ac running and mostly maintaining road speed. Interior dash panel is directed at an angle to driver and passenger so that air vents target the riders. Backup camera is very helpful while navigating in reverse into tight spots. The pricetag is reasonable for the quality and model year.
2013 Honda CivicNia S - Wilmington, DE03/05/2017
This is a nice car. Good handling and good gas mileage. I do think the visibility is a little difficult at times because I'm short and the dash makes it a little hard to see over at times. All in all it's a really good right now car and I am happy with my purchase.
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