Sunroof(s), Navigation System, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Rear Spoiler, Alloy Wheels
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Manual 6 Speed Transmission, 79K Miles, Silver/Black
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!
�engine rattles loud apon start up for a few seconds. �engine grinds on start ups when left for 1 to 3 hours. �door panel makes creeking noise when pressure is put on it. �dashboard buzzes at 1800 rpm �center console arm rest makes popping noise when I rest my arm down. �center console makes a clicking noise when driving �subwoofer rattle �infotainment screen went black all night I couldn't use anything on it. �transmission is very jerky at low speed. �sheet metal so thin dents very easily. �very thin pain chips easily.
EX-L model; I enjoy the amenities and love the sunroof. A little more than I wanted to pay but worth it. Can't believe with everything it does have that it does not have a compass! I miss that from my old car. And with everything electronic now, the radio doesn't show the name of the song playing on the radio? This is odd to me. The gas mileage highway is around 28 instead of the 39 it is rated. Bummer since that was the reason for me purchasing this car.