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2016 Honda Civic What's new for 2016? 
2016 Honda Civic

The Honda Civic sedan is all-new for 2016, with new engines, dramatically different styling, new trim levels, and new safety and tech features. In addition to the sedan, there will be a coupe, 5-door hatch, and Si and Type-R variants. The compressed natural gas and hybrid models have been discontinued.

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2015 Honda Civic What's new for 2015? 
2015 Honda Civic

The 2015 Honda Civic sedan adds a new trim level, slotting between the base LX and mid-level EX. This Special Edition model (SE) adds features like Honda's LaneWatch, automatic climate control, and an upgraded Display Audio system with HondaLink and additional tweeter speakers.

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2014 Honda Civic What's new for 2014? 
2014 Honda Civic

The 2014 Honda Civic Coupe receives a new front end and a more sporty appearance. A new touch-screen display audio system with Apple’s Siri Eyes Free mode is available, but only for EX and higher trims. Also new for 2014: a CVT automatic transmission, LaneWatch blind-spot display, SmartEntry with push-button start, and a slight boost in horsepower for the performance-oriented Si models.

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2013 Honda Civic What's new for 2013? 
2013 Honda Civic

To keep pace with a rapidly evolving market, the 9th-generation Honda Civic undergoes a substantial makeover for the 2013 model year. Key revisions include an all-new body structure, standard Bluetooth connectivity, refreshed front and rear styling on sedan models and more premium, soft-touch materials inside.

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2012 Honda Civic What's new for 2012? 
2012 Honda Civic

The all-new-for-2012 Honda Civic is instantly familiar inside and out, with key changes comprising increased fuel economy, more refined driving dynamics and enhanced infotainment abilities. The Civic hybrid is now more fuel efficient, the Civic Si is more powerful and there's the new mileage-maxing 2012 Civic HF that delivers 41 highway mpg.

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2011 Honda Civic What's new for 2011? 
2011 Honda Civic

The Honda Civic sees no major changes for 2011.

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2010 Honda Civic What's new for 2010? 
2010 Honda Civic

After a thorough update last year, there are no major changes planned for 2010.

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2009 Honda Civic What's new for 2009? 
2009 Honda Civic

The entire Civic lineup benefits from a freshening of the front and rear ends, new alloy wheel designs and new colors. Two new trims are added to the DX and LX sedan lines. The DX-VP adds air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD audio system, while the LX-S gains alloy wheels, a sportier interior and a rear spoiler. EX-L models now feature electronic stability control as well as Bluetooth connectivity with the optional navigation system.

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2008 Honda Civic What's new for 2008? 
2008 Honda Civic

The Civic EX-L Sedan and Coupe introduce leather seating to the Civic line, while the Mugen Si Sedan debuts with a performance suspension, forged aluminum wheels and a sport tuned exhaust.

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2007 Honda Civic What's new for 2007? 
2007 Honda Civic

For 2007, the sporty Si trim is expanded to include a sedan model.

About Honda Civic

Completely redesigned for 2016, the Honda Civic sedan has beautiful new exterior styling, two new engines that are both more powerful and more fuel-efficient, and is sportier than ever without sacrificing ride comfort. The Civic is known for its reliability, resale value and safety, yet injects entertaining driving dynamics into the equation. There is no shortage of value, either, as many safety and convenience features come standard and, even though there are more features for 2016, some trim levels are near (or below) 2015 prices. Also, a coupe, 5-door hatch, and Si and Type-R variants are on the way. All of this keeps the Honda Civic a strong contender against the likes of the Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, Chevrolet Cruze, Ford Focus, and Kia Forte.

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Consumer Reviews

Probably the best car for the money!

By on Tuesday, March 29, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 1,000

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
8/10
Quality
9/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
9/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "sporty, roomy, rides great, beautiful, great value"

Cons: "electronics, not enough position adjustments"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9

"The new Civic is extremely mature and refined compared to previous generation Civics. I own the EX-T model with the 1.5 liter turbocharged engine and i've got to say I am impressed with power delivery. Low end and midrange power has a lot of pep with almost no turbo lag. Although, as you get higher in the rev range, the CVT whines a bit and torque isn't felt as strongly. Handling is delightfully quick and responsive and neither too light or too heavy (Although a tad bit more weight to the steering wouldn't hurt). The ride is excellent, evan better than most midsize cars and this is rather surprising considering the sporty handling. The CVT isn't very intrusive whatsoever in most daily driving, but like I previously stated, at higher RPMs it drones the way CVTs are known to. The exterior design is aggressive and grown up, but my one and only gripe is that it looks a little different from different angles (this is just me being overly nit picky). The wheels on the lx model are alright but the 17" inch wheels found on the EX-T models and up look gorgeous! The interior is modern, fairly simple, and elegant. The backup camera is fantastic, offering many different views with many guides. The material quality is excellent all around with copious amounts of soft-touch materials. I have heated front cloth seats that are absolutely delightful. The seats are pretty comfortable, but for those with a bad back, no lumbar adjustment is available on any trim level. Also, I wish the steering wheel telescoped a bit farther as I have very long legs and normal length arms, so this makes it a little difficult to find an ideal driving position. The rear seats are absolutely fantastic. I can cross my legs in the back seat...in a compact car! The trunk offer generous room as well.Fuel economy has been pretty good, although not quite what Honda claims, I've averaged about 31 to 32 MPG, but I often drive in sport mode and I indulge in some spirited driving fairly regularly. The only issues i've had is that my temperature won't display on the climate control, so I have to kind of just feel for the right temperature and the infotainment had a bit of a hiccup with XM radio once where it froze up and I had to turn my car off and on to get it to work. Also, Apple Car Play doesn't work all that well all the time. But, in general, the radio and everything is very intuitive and works well. Overall, I'd definitely say this is one of the best cars for what you pay. It's fairly sporty, it's roomy, it offers a huge list of nice features such as Apple Car Play, and considering the reliability of Civics in the past, this should last me many years (although this engine is new to Honda's lineup). My Civic EX-T came out to about $23,000 after taxes and all and considering this is the same price range as a corolla, but feels closer to offering from luxury brands, this is an absolutely awesome value!"

30 people out of 30 found this review helpful

2016 Civic Touring is very luxurious

By on Wednesday, December 16, 2015

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 567

10 10.0
overall rating 10 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
9/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Very economical car"

Cons: "Blindside monitoring on drivers side would be nice"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"The new 2016 Civic Touring is aa luxurious as an Acura or Lexus. Remove the name plate and it could be either one. Driving 60 miles a day round trip with an even mixture of back roads and Interstate with a little city stop and go, I am averaging 41 mpg. Highway alone I am getting 46mpg. This is as good as the 2015 Prius that I had. The comfort and quietness of the car is good. Fit and finish seem to be outstanding. Many grips on Honda's infotainment system are true. A knob for sound would be nice. Other than that, no complaints. Great job Honda!"

55 people out of 61 found this review helpful

Wait To Buy Until This New Model Year Is Refined

By on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 2,700

10 7.0
overall rating 7 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
7/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
5/10
Quality
5/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "This car is loaded to the gills and fun to drive!!"

Cons: "Ummmm...what happened to Honda Quality???"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 5

"I have now owned my 2016 Civic Touring for 2 weeks and driven it from Florida to Arizona. 2700 miles logged so far...mostly highway but a few hundred miles in city. Lets start with the positive... The new 1.5 liter motor is stout and efficient. Combined I'm averaging 37 mpg with 42 mpg Hwy. The car has great road feel and is fun to drive. The adaptive cruise control is among the best I've ever used and the lane keeping assist is effective and pretty cool for the long highway road trips. Not much road noise to report and what there is I would attribute to the OEM tires and not the car itself. The interior of the Touring is exceptionally well appointed, comfortable and nicely designed. She has no blind spots and the passenger side mirror cam is very useful. In stop and go traffic the brake holding feature is so much easier than hopping on and off the brake pedal. Did I mention remote start?! And ALL these cool useful features are included in the Touring package at under 27K USD. Bang for Buck this is a fantastic value and a good looking ride to boot! Now the Negative... Shortly after starting my drive West I noticed the passenger side electric window struggling to close and it appears that it is a faulty motor. I guess that kinda thing happens and I just left it up for the drive. That is my only mechanical squawk. The electronics of the Touring model are not the quality I expected from Honda. Shortly after i took delivery of the car the touch screen began to flicker on and off and go blank. Picture an iPad on the dashboard malfunctioning while you are trying to setup and follow navigation, use Apple CarPlay, make phone calls, drive etc. I went back to the dealership and learned that there is a service bulletin for defective screens already in place but the car was delivered without being repaired/replaced. Maybe this is the kind of deal they will only address upon malfunction? They could not deliver a replacement screen before I was to journey West so I was out of luck. Driving a gazillion miles on I-10 with this problem (thank gawd an intermittent problem) was frustrating and to stay sane I would completely turn off the screen when it acted up. In addition, the Bluetooth feature for hands free calling and streaming music from my iPhone struggles with audio that is so choppy that the feature is virtually useless. The only option was to use hardwired via USB cable and use Apple CarPlay when the flickering screen permitted. The stereo sound is fantastic but I noticed the sound to the rear speakers and subwoofer dropped off intermittently yet happened so rarely that I wondered if was just hearing things? I found a local dealer in Arizona and they went to work. After installing a new screen...It did not work at all. Now I'm am back to the flickering original screen while we wait for a another to be shipped. The rear speakers problem is a known issue and the service department installed a software upgrade that solved the intermittent drop offs by COMPLETELY disabling the affected speakers. C'mon! I don't dare try to address the choppy Bluetooth issue at this point. Oh yeah, no replacement window motor in stock but no biggie as I'll be spending some time next week at the service department working on the other stuff. The electronics failures appear to be both hardware and software related. I'm disappointed that the car was delivered with a known service bulletin on the screen replacement. And it appears that the software suite (although nifty and slick) is not quite debugged. I do understand that this level of technology is evolving and requires updates regularly but my rear speakers indicate we are not heading the right direction. In closing I will say I love the car and way it drives. I would have waited 6 months to buy it while it was refined had I known about these issues ahead of time. I would absolutely recommend this car but only later this year when it is a bit more debugged and the dealerships have enough spare parts to solve any problems the new owners might experience. If you do choose to buy...before signing that check go straight to the service department and verify all software updates are installed and if there are bulletins of known problems that could be addressed before you pull off the lot. Happy shopping finding your dream car!"

91 people out of 109 found this review helpful

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