Here's just about everything you need in
a car, literally speaking. Not
particularly powerful, and quite noisy
at speeds, the little Civic will take
you more or less wherever you want to
go, and it won't exact a huge price on
your bank account. The car is
tolerable, and fulfills all its
promises. It's kinda fun to drive, in a
slow, homey kind of way. There's not
much going on under the hood, but this
car will never break. If you want to
get from Point A to Point B, you're all
over the Honda Civic DX.
It's got decent gas mileage.
For an econo-car, the styling job is
actually pretty sporty-looking (take a
look at simillar-vintage Corollas...)
Cheap, cheap, cheap!
Handles curves well enough
If it didn't absolutely have to be
included in the car, Honda left it out
of the Civic DX. No air-con, a radio, a
light in the trunk,power windows or
seats, a buzzer to let you know that
your lights are on, or
most other creature comforts.
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