I think it's great. I bought a used 2003 4dr Lx with 119,000. And it works great and drives smooth...( Although I did notice my Transmisson stick was loose found out it was pretty common no biggy cost $15 at Honda.. **** I also feel a slight slip in the Trans but maybe im not use to it the Trans shifting ****
Basic and all you need for a great price... A to B car...
I have been told million times how good Hondas are.
I have experienced it myself now.
I purchased 2003 Honda Civic in 2004, It has been 7 years now with 172,000 mileage and this CAR still runs like brand new.
Civics just don't break.
I have been driving this car ALOT but still it's really good. NO serious/Major Problems.
After driving Honda Civic, I will never ever think of buying anything but Honda.
All my friends who purchased Fords had too many engine & transmission problems with their cars.
Honda is the Best.
Reliability, Cheap on Gas, Civics just don't break
Premium Audio System, More luxurious interior such as heated leather seats, etc
I will be short with this review.
Les is more sometimes.
I bought this car with 104000 miles on it.
Dealer made me pay 9000 for it.
To me it was worth every penny.
The car after four months of commuting 120 miles round trip is fantastic.
It now has 120,000 miles on it and i am convinced it runs nearly as good as new.
Quick handling, Great airconditioning, poweful line four engine,
too many other things to mention here.
Lack of vibration.
Roomy interior for such a small car.
Would love to have an overdrive for those long road trips.
The engine would handle it just fine.
I've owned my 2003 Civic Hybrid for 2 years now and so far its been a great car with only a few minor problems.
Luxurious interior (compared to other non-luxury cars)
Transmission fluid needs changing every 2 years
IMA battery will start to degrade after 7 years
Seats are very stiff, its like sitting on a bench
Overall the car performs well as a daily driver, and if you aren't looking to set Nurburgring lap records you'll be satisfied with its performance. Even though it is less reliable than a standard civic the blue book value is lower, making it a better value when you factor in the better gas mileage.
Original owner with 130K on this car. Have never missed any preventable maintenance.
Transmission need to be replaced at 80K(under extended warranty).
Only replaced a calliper until 120K.
Since then, I've had to replace bushings, trans mounts, & O2 sensor.