When the Stang got wrecked, I decided
to get a hybrid because it's the
responsible thing to do. Of the hybrids
available, The styling on the Civic was
best--it looked "normal". I can't be
Car had 1 mile on it & now has 1050
miles. I drive in suburban areas in
Orlando and am achieving about 43-
47mph. Didn't get this the first couple
of hundred miles (probably all the demo
rides I gave friends), but do now, &
lately it's been even better.
This is a comfortable car and very fun
to drive. The dynamic gauges make me
very attune to "bad" driving habits.
This is a great hybrid example for
other car companies to follow. HELLO
FORD? HELLO GM?
Dynamic mph gauge: I didn't drive crazy
before, but now I realize how LITTLE I
need to push on the gas to maintain
Autostop: This feature freaks out all
my engineer friends!
Quite, comfortable, Great safety
features. 2 tripometers (Use one for
each tank and one for daily trips)
More console storage between the front
seats, more interior/exterior color
selections, include floormats with
purchase price, add lumbar adjustment
to driver seat, better speakers, add
autoshutoff for passenger-side airbag.
MORE advertising to the public about
this great car!
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