2012 Honda CivicMarjorie - North Attleboro, MA03/04/2015
I've driven a Nissan Sentra for the last 20 years. If one had been available when I was looking at cars, I probably would have bought it. Instead I decided to spend more and get a Honda. I can't say there is much difference between the two cars, but I'm hoping the Honda will hold its value longer. I've only had it three months so I can't talk about the repair costs or even mileage, but I am enjoying my Civic and think I made the right choice.
I test drove 2 other cars prior to test driving the Civic. Once I returned from the test drive, I decided not to test drive any other vehicles. I like the layout of the car, the comfort and feel while seated in it. It wasn't my first choice but was the car I decided on after the test drive.
Great mileage. Nice exterior design. Good stock sound system with aux for my phone. Rides smooth but slow acceleration but its an economy car so that's to be expected. Great Commuter car. The tachometer is large and unnecessary for an automatic but its a small issue. Great reliability history with Hondas.
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