by jfranklincarden on Oct 22, 2003 Vehicle: 2003 Honda Civic LX 4dr Sedan w/Side Airbags (1.7L 4cyl 4A)
I use the word "bad" in the title as
many young people use the word - "Bad"
is good and my 2002 Civic is just that -
Good! Good gas mileage (36 per gallon
on the road) Good in that I can use
regular gas as opposed to Premium, good
in that it is easy on my pocketbook to
maintain, good to look at and easy on
the eyes. Good in that it maintains
its value and has little depreciation.
Good relationship with my dealer. Good
continuing contact with the salesman
who sold me the car, Good, good, good.
My "Bad" Little car is GOOD.
by VALady on Jun 16, 2003 Vehicle: 2003 Honda Civic LX 4dr Sedan w/Side Airbags (1.7L 4cyl 4A)
I commute an hour each way to work, and
this car is perfect for both the
commute or for hopping around town.
Extremely comfortable seating, very
quiet inside, decent stereo, almost no
blind spots. My only complaints so far
have been minor (mostly cosmetic)
issues -- when it's wet outside, a LOT
of rain seems to come in, even with the
window only cracked. The air
conditioner seems to sometimes take a
long time to reach full power. It
could use a little more horsepower, but
that's not a deal-breaker for me. My
first impression upon buying was that
it seemed like it should cost more than
it did.. and that hasn't faded.
A host of minor changes bring the Civic into 2003. On the inside, all models gain improved seat fabrics, rear adjustable outboard headrests and new four-spoke steering wheels. On HX, LX and EX Civics, you'll find improved gauge illumination. There's a new center console for LX and EX, and a CD player is standard for HX and LX. On the outside, the 2003 Honda Civic has freshened taillamps and new wheel designs. Also, there is a Hybrid Civic available for the 2003 model year.
There is a crack underneath one of the drip rails on my 2003 Civic and I'd like to be able to remove and replace it without damaging it so I can get to the crack to repair it. Can anyone tell me how t...
I currently don't have a vehicle )-:, so when I can afford one, I think I will purchase a Honda Civic, 1996-2003. I don't intend to keep it that long, about 2 years total I think. What iI would like t...