I bought the car for a specific reason and that is economy. Recently on my way from Fl to Ky I got 40 mpg. If you want sizzling acceleration or a lot of power then don't consider this car. It carries four people with no problem. In mountainous terrain it shifts down to maintain speed but I expected that. It's a great car.
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.
2012 Honda CivicAdam - Dayton, OH03/20/2015
This is a great first car for people just out of high school or college. It's affordable, sporty (I love the 6 speed transmission) and overall just a fun car to drive. It's not fast by any means but the 2.4L I-Vtec engine gets you 0 to 60 in just over 6 seconds. It's a 4-door so I'm able to take my friends out in it and fit comfortably. The seats fold down in the back so I can get my guitar gear into the back of it. I have a guitar and halfstack and it all fits. I can get my snowboarding gear in the car too. It has an aggressive look to it plus the sunburst orange pearl paint looks sexy in the bright sunlight.
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