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2008 Honda
Civic

$9,998* 107K miles
CarMax Newport News
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Newport News in Newport News, Virginia 23608
Description: Used 2008 Honda Civic EX for sale - $9,998, 107,200 miles with Sunroof(s), Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags, Side Airbags
Transmission: Automatic Color:Blue Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.62 reviews) I love my car, I use to only be a Chevy girl but this lil Civic is a great car. It's made very well, it's smooth to drive, it's great on gas and it's really cute. There is only one thing I dislike about it and that is the radio is built into the dash so you cannot change it out but other than that I will more then likely own another civic. The Civic is up against the Cobolt in the Chevy class and the Cobolt is an horribly designed car all the way around. I give two huge thumbs up to the Honda Civic...

Reviews for 2008 Honda Civic

Overall Rating

4.7 out of 5(76 reviews)

Very Happy

I purchased a Honda Civic EX-L after having terrible reliability problems with my previous car. I have been more than thrilled. It drives great, has fantastic gas mileage, and looks good too. My s/o who drives a BMW wants to borrow it all the time too! I love the leather interior and all the features. The heated seats will be fantastic in the winter. My only complaints? There are some annoying squeaks and rattles, and the A/C fan is quite loud.

- NewHondaFan, 2008 Honda Civic

Steering Wheel

I was ready to buy a 2010 Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla. The problem I had was finding the type of Steering Wheel that I liked. I drive a lot with my hand at the 6 o'clock position. The newer Civic's and Corolla's have the T-Shaped Wheel which does not allow the driver to place their hand at 6 o'clock. Fortunately, Honda made some 2008 Civics with the Steering Wheel that I liked. Hopefully Honda and Toyota will make at least a few Civic's and Corolla's in the future that are not T-Shaped.

- Frequent Traveler, 2008 Honda Civic

Smooth Move

We knew we wanted to go with something reliable, safe and with good fuel economy. We were pretty sure it was going to be a Honda or a Toyota. We were right. After test driving several models from each maker, we felt the Honda was a bit quieter, more powerful and more comfortable. Seeing that the key factors in our decision were comparable in both cars, we went with the Honda Civic. So far we are extremely happy with our decision. The fuel economy is right on the money, consistently at 30+ mpg, and that is with a great deal of city driving. We really love the "Oil Life" display. That is an awesome feature. So whether you're doing your own oil changes or taking to a shop, you have direct feedback from the car as to its oil "health." We drive our cars until they drop dead, and expect a VERY long relationship with our new-to-us 2008 Civic.

- To the last drop, 2008 Honda Civic

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