Motorists seeking the dependability of the Honda Civic and craving even more impressive fuel economy, the 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid is the answer. For 2010, The Honda Civic Hybrid has been carried over from 2010 as a compact sedan.
With sharp styling and sporty, yet economical model choices, the 2011 Honda Civic continues as one of the most popular compacts on North Americaís roads.
With the hallmark dependability and style of its Honda Civic siblings, the 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid is distinguished by its even more impressive fuel economy.
The 2009 Honda Civic Coupe has a 140hp VTEC engine and starts at under $15,000.
The 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid is unchanged for 2009. EPA estimates for fuel consumption are 40 city and 45 highway.
The 2008 Honda Civic Sedan has a new EX-L trim level that has long-awaited leather seating in a Civic.
The 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid is unchanged for 2008. EPA estimates for fuel consumption are 40 city and 45 highway.
The 2008 Honda Civic Coupe has a 140hp VTEC engine and starts at under $15,000.
The Si has always been a tuner favorite and the 2007 Honda Civic Si provides a punch right out of the box with a 200-horsepower 4-cylinder engine and a slick 6-speed manual.
The 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid comes only in sedan form. The Integrated Motor Assist stops the engine at stoplights to save gas as well as enough power to survive on America's highways.