I have had my Civic for nearly a year
and this car runs like it is still
brand new. The manual is much more fun
to drive than the automatic, and of
course, could use a bit more pick up.
But how can I complain when I average
34-36 MPGs in the Washington, D.C.
area? I opted for the silver coupe
with side air bags, security
system (insurance discounts on both),
fog lights, spoiler, 6-spoke wheels,
and sunroof visor(not neccessary). This
car was great in the snow with the OEM
tires. Did not get stuck once.
Overall when you buy a Honda you know
what you're getting a reliable,
practical car at a decent price.
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