Please see your owner's manual for more details. The back seats have never been used and the car has been garaged since new. Drive it absent-mindedly and it reacts like any compact sedan should — responsive and quiet with a firm, but not harsh, ride. The car's appeal to younger drivers has put Honda back into the good graces of the tuner and aftermarket crowd. Overall, the Honda Civic is what I was looking for in reliability and gas mileage on regular gas. The high pitch of the engine is offset by throaty exhaust tuned specifically for the sedan. It's definitely what you want for driving to the office, getting your groceries, zipping around the city.
It is very quick, has no lack of power, and it gets good gas mileage as well, 32-34 hwy. Front-seat passengers get the Si coupe's sport seats. I got the black which is sleek and an eyecatcher. Exact mileage is determined by actual driving conditions. I did however replace the tires as Bridgestone is a good tire but hard rubber. Please see your owner's manual for more details.
This is the lowest base-priced Honda. From certain angles it was a futuristic delight, from others think the rear quarter angle it looked badly proportioned. This is the kind of Jekyll-and-Hyde experience I can enjoy. Currently there are seven different trim packages available for the Honda Civic. The only things lacking involved the seats - a bit more cushioning and a heating element would be nice. Drivers will notice two distinct personalities in the Si.
Exact mileage is determined by actual driving conditions. Honda knows this and attacked the problem head-on with a larger front stabilizer bar to accommodate the extra length and different damper tuning that is a must for the somewhat-gentle sedan ride I felt. Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138. It's reliable and excellent on fuel. Use for comparison purposes only. Listen through a 350-watt system with a subwoofer coupe only.
Came back to the lot after previous commitments to meet us knowing that we drove 3 hours to get there. Interior One major beef I have with the base Honda Civic is the interior. This new Civic coupe purchased for my birthday in October 2006 was the cure. These vehicles are equipped with certain air bag inflators assembled as part of the passenger frontal air bag modules, and used as original equipment or replacement equipment. I asked the guy three times that it was commercial not personal insurance, and he told me it was commercial. All of the added weight and power output have also lowered the gas mileage to 21 city and 29 highway.
Use for comparison purposes only. The tires may be okay in the warmer climates that don't see snow or much rain. Large 17-inch wheels and a tight-fitting rear spoiler are added to the Si sedan, but they actually add a sporty flair and eliminate the problem with the rear. Most of the time it gets me up and with careful driving I've even cleared water bars. The refined 140-horsepower engine never overwhelms you with power, but even when you run the tachometer up to its redline you don't feel like you're bullying the car. There are also logically placed storage bins, auxiliary input and power sockets for portable devices, and a decent-sized backseat for the segment. Exact mileage is determined by actual driving conditions.
I did however replace the tires as Bridgestone is a good tire but hard rubber. The feel of the clutch connects them with the car in a way that an automatic transmission cannot replicate. I bought this car new and the car has a design flaw in the rear suspension and the tires prematurely wear out. The car has only required dealer maintenance, no repairs, but there are a significant amount of rattles from nearly every corner. I am used to used car dealers negotiating the lower price than advertised, not a higher price than advertised.
Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138. Long considered the standard by which all other compacts are measured, the Civic continues to lure buyers with its impressive fuel economy, unrivaled reliability and repair history and class-leading resale values. The vehicle also features a standard electronic stability system, airbags and traction control. This trim package is a little longer and has a slightly wider wheelbase for stability and improved handling. So, after everything was done and I made the payment then drove the car home.
Show full review 2007 Civic Si Sedan Building on the successful launch last year of the redesigned Civic sedan, coupe and high-performance Si-trim coupe, Honda is ready to debut the 2007 Si sedan. For 2007, everything pretty much remains the same, with one notable exception. Matched to contoured and firm-fitting seats, this is a supportive feel. Acceleration on the highway can feel sluggish when compared to a regular vehicle. Air conditioning, power interior and cruise control are all standard. Drivers will notice two distinct personalities in the Si. This trim design introduces power door locks to the the Civic sedan.