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Honda Civic

Honda Civic

About Honda Civic

Just one year after introducing an all-new Civic sedan and coupe, Honda isn't resting. Instead, it's doubling down on this best-selling compact car. The 2017 Honda Civic lineup expands with a stylish and practical hatchback, and Honda is broadening its appeal to driving enthusiasts with the availability of manual transmissions for the up-level turbocharged engine in standard models as well as the new performance-focused Civic Si and Civic Type R variants. All these factors help the Honda Civic maintain its benchmark status as it fights competitors ranging from longtime-archrival Toyota Corolla to newer nameplates like the Chevrolet Cruze and Kia Forte. With its variety of models, excellent-yet-efficient driving manners, and an enviable history of reliability and resale value, it's little wonder the Civic was crowned KBB.com's 2017 Best Buy Award overall winner.

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LATEST MODEL
2017 Honda Civic
What's new for 2017?
2017 Honda Civic

Just one year after debuting the all-new Civic sedan and coupe, the Civic hatchback arrives for 2017. Across the lineup, models with the 1.5-liter turbo engine can be had with a manual transmission. Need more reason to salivate? The hot Civic Si and even hotter Civic Type R have just started rolling into showrooms.

  • Expert Rating: 9.5
  • Consumers Rating: 8.3
  • MPG 28|40
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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

The Honda Civic sees no major changes for 2011.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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Consumer Reviews

Love this car!

By on Monday, June 5, 2017

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 1,500

10 10.0
overall rating 10 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

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

Pros: "Great price, great gas mileage, fun to drive"

Cons: "none that I can see"

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

"I have had several Hondas and all have been a good experience. When my 05 Pilot started having issues, I decided it was time for something new. Almost all of my cars have been used and I decided I wanted something brand new this time. I originally stopped at the Honda dealership to look at the Accord, but ran across the 2017 Civic first and fell in love! My Pilot was kind of a gas hog, so the Civics gas mileage is awesome. I spend about 25 a week compared to 60 or more. The ride is smooth and quiet and has plenty of power. I love that the entertainment system has Apple Car Play and hooks up with my iphone. I have had no issues with the stereo/entertainment system. I love being able to listen to Spotify or Sirius XM radio. The interior is very comfortable and solid. Overall, this car has a lot of bells and whistles for the price. Definitely does not look like Civics of the past."

11 people out of 11 found this review helpful

Best car I have ever driven

By on Friday, March 17, 2017

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 23,000

10 10.0
overall rating 10 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

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

Pros: "Comfortable, Powerful, Reliable, Fuel Efficient."

Cons: "A little hard to get into, since it is low."

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

"This car drives like an Expensive sports car. It has plenty of power. It is very fuel efficient. It is very comfortable. It has a lot of safety features. It is extremely reliable, and inexpensive to maintain."

19 people out of 22 found this review helpful

Our 10th honda was disappointing

By on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

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

10 6.0
overall rating 6 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
6/10
Value
6/10
Reliability
Not Rated
Quality
6/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
6/10
Comfort
6/10

Pros: "handles well, reasonable power, good gas mileage"

Cons: "substandard electronics (audio/voice command/etc)"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 3

"Between my wife and myself this is our 10th Honda. We have had very good luck in the past and that is why we came back. This time it was a brand new 2017 Civic Sedan Touring. So far the handling has been fine but wow, Honda blew it on the electronics on this one. Some of this may seem nit picky but when driving the highest trim option on a brand new car, everything should work and work well. - sirius/xm reception is poor. We routinely experience drop-outs. In contrast the after market SXM radio in our older CR-V and the factory SXM radio in our 2014 Ford have no drop outs at all when driven in the same area (without tall buildings, underpasses, mountains, etc). The dealer says that is normal. Wow. Guess we learned our lesson that you have to try out the satellite radio to make sure it actually works. - Audio from USB barely works. If you have a large number of albums on a USB stick, the audio system cant even see them all and the voice commands wont work at all. If you put a very small number of tracks on a USB stick, the voice commands limp along but fail to search on things like artist or album despite the online help in the car saying it will. Again, works flawlessly on my Ford that is 3 years older. And again, shame on me for assuming that the audio system would have basic functionality working reliably. The dealer said it is functioning normally. - There are some ergonomic issues. A big one is that there is a big knob for setting the cabin temperature but the sound system volume is accessed by a touchy touch screen thing or by a steering wheel control. At least this feature works but it is clumsy and fairly counter to what feels natural (turning the knob for volume). - voice commands are not well recognized. Sometimes we can get it to dial the phone correctly an sometimes not. If you compare to the voice recognition on iphones or android phones or other cars, youll see Honda failed on this too. - The camera on the right outside rear view mirror interrupts voice commands and generally takes over the screen. It is super annoying when it takes long enough to give voice commands to try and get the navigation system started that you have to start over because of making a right hand turn or moving a lane to the right. - It is easy to get the voice prompts into a weird state where it takes manual presses on the screen to stop getting voice prompts. - Android auto may sound like a nice means of future-proofing the navigation system but be aware you have to plug your phone via USB (and not just use bluetooth or wifi) to get this to work. And even then it is somewhat difficult to cleanly switch between the android auto features and normal features. - when my phone receives a text message, the car display says I have mail. Sometimes it will read it out loud to me. It does not say who it is from based on my contacts but rather just shows the sending number. In contrast my Ford says the name, shows a picture of them, and reads the text message. In short, after 1000 miles of driving the car Id return it if I could because the electronics are so bad. It is frustrating because the other aspects seem good so far (but ask me again at 50k and 100k miles to see if it stays reliable). Still, in 2017 it shouldnt be too much to ask for an audio system that is better than the aftermarket stereo from wal-mart in my 20 year old SUV. We wanted to love this car. Really we did. My CR-V was not perfect but I really liked that car. My previous civic was nothing fancy but I basically had no complaints at all about that one. My wife loved her CR-V, insight, accord, and civic(s). We should have spent more time really testing out the audio and other display systems and voice commands instead of just assuming they worked. Im already trying to figure out when we can replace this one (sadly not for a long time, this was a big investment for us). You can be sure we are done with Honda after this experience."

11 people out of 13 found this review helpful

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