by paule4 on Jan 25, 2013 Vehicle: 2002 Honda Civic
I get great gas mileage in this car... I average 30 city, 34-37 highway.
I once got 40 mpg and that's going through mountain roads.
The only problem is the build quality, my engine went at 85xxx then my tranny at 146xxx.
I could understand the engine because at the time I was doing deliveries with the car plus it was an unbearably hot summer.
The tranny it just all of a sudden gave out without any warning.
I've read from other sources that many people have this problem with the early 2000 civics (bad trannies).
by herman_wiegman on Jan 9, 2013 Vehicle: 2002 Honda Civic
The Honda Civic is one of the best expressions of the economy sedan. The basic concept of offering as much room as possible to the passengers, while also providing fuel economy and nimbleness is well served by the Honda Civic.
by tom237 on Sep 18, 2011 Vehicle: 2002 Honda Civic
I have a 2002 honda civic and I bought it for raliability
but the trany at 73 went out while driving in country road So I got standed for so much time having no option except towing it.Now I need a new transmission.So to me Honda is very overrated and it is not worth the price at all.Nothing different than any other american made car or better say it much worst.
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