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Honda Civic Reviews from Consumer Reports

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Honda Civic Reviews

The Honda Civic is a coupe, sedan offered in a 4dr Sdn L4 CVT w/Navi, 4dr Sdn L4 CVT w/Leather, 4dr Sdn L4 CVT w/Navi & Leather, 4dr Auto CNG, 4dr Man Si, 4dr Man Si w/Navi, 2dr Man Si w/Summer Tires, 4dr Man LX, 4dr CVT HF, 2dr Man EX, 2dr CVT EX-L w/Navi, 2dr CVT LX, 4dr Sdn L4 CVT, 2dr Man Si w/Summer Tires & Navi, 2dr CVT EX-L, 4dr CVT EX, 4dr CVT EX-L, 2dr Man Si w/Navi, 4dr CVT LX, 2dr CVT EX, 2dr Man LX, 4dr Man Si w/Summer Tires, 2dr Man Si, 4dr Auto CNG w/Navi and 4dr CVT EX-L w/Navi. The powertrains include 1.5-liter 4 hybrid (110 hp), 1.8-liter 4 (110 hp), 1.8-liter 4 (140 hp), 1.8-liter 4 (143 hp) and 2.4-liter 4 (201 hp) engines, and 5-speed automatic, 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual and CVT transmissions. It is Front wheel drive. EPA-rated fuel economy ranges from 44 mpg city to 44 mpg highway. The Civic sedan Hybrid 4-cyl CVT uses Regular fuel.

Competing models include Mazda3, Toyota Corolla , Hyundai Elantra and Subaru Impreza.

Last Model Reviewed: 2013

Reviewed Honda Civics from Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports has placed the following models through over 50 tests at our test track:

  • 2013 Honda Civic sedan Hybrid 4-cyl CVT
  • 2012 Honda Civic sedan HF 4-cyl
  • 2007 Honda Civic sedan GX 4-cyl
  • 2006 Honda Civic sedan Hybrid 4-cyl CVT
  • 2005 Honda Civic sedan EX 4-cyl

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