Very smooth, I get on average 44+ mpg on the highway. I take trips all the time to NY, NJ, PA, Maine, and VT for races so the fact that my gas mileage is that high definitely saves a lot on gas. Rides very quiet as well, not like an electric car but way quieter than my old 2008 Mazda RX-8
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.
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...
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