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.
Can't recommend it enough!
2016 Honda CivicChris M - Los Angeles, ME08/09/2016
Typical classic Honda in every aspect! I feel like I got a much more expensive car! It's peppy & nimble, sips fuel, has above average for the class interior materials/quality, loads of tech, and excellent visibility even with the sleek styling. One of the most standout features for me personally is the Brake Hold that holds the brake and relieves your foot. Much appreciated in heavy LA traffic! Also love Apple Carplay that allows me to bring up phone functions like navigation from my iPhone. No need to pay extra for factory or aftermarket units! The only con is the small trunk opening that has me being more careful loading bulky items. Rear seats do split and fold for more space!
2013 Honda CivicPaul Stoshak - Cherry Hill, NJ03/02/2016
Respectable MPG's for a four seat sport compact, I have averaged 27.5 mpg over the life of the car. The helical limited slip front diff on the Si puts the power down well in traction limited situations. Handling is excellent and predictable once you fit better summer only tires. By far the biggest perk though is the wonderful K24 engine and fantastic six speed manual in the Si. Probably one of the best shifting manual transmissions on the market. The K24 has been 100% reliable and loves to spend life near redline.
So you’re considering a Honda Accord as your next car. It’s a good choice—the Accord is very highly-regarded in any of its available variants. Plus, it combines good gas mileage with lively performance and plenty of interior space. For those who enjoy the experience of driving, Accords are known for their firm ride, good handling, and responsive steering.
This article covers CarMax’s best-selling small cars of 2017 based on vehicle sales data from January 1 through October 31, 2017. If you’re looking for style and affordability, a small car may fit the bill.
We’re taking a closer look at the most searched cars and trucks on carmax.com in 2017. Shoppers across the country are looking for Jeep Wranglers, Ford F-150s, and Honda Accords. They also want lots of vehicle features to enhance their rides. Shoppers in Atlanta want a Chevy Tahoe and third-row seats. People in Washington, DC, like looking for a Jeep Wrangler and Bluetooth®. In Austin, shoppers are hunting for a Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and leather seats. And, in Boise, folks can’t get enough of the Ford F-150 with 4X4 power!