2004 Honda Civic Sedan LX 4dr Sedan (1.7L 4cyl 4A)
This is a great great car, but a big
adjustment from the 1995 Nissan Quest
I had been driving. I just took it
down to NC from MD and it performed
very nicely. Only problem I have had
is that I have been tabulating mileage
and only got 26 mpg city at one
point. I got 37 on a tank when i was
driving completely on the highway the
entire time. Not sure if honda is
lying to me. Have to agree with a
previous comment that this car does
not have much power. My sister has a
94 accord and this drives just like it.
Standard CD player, nice dashboard
lights, great trunk space, good sound
Not as good mileage as expected, not
too comfortable on the bottom for long
drives and tall people.
2004 Honda Civic Sedan EX 4dr Sedan (1.7L 4cyl 4A)
This is not a Porsche nor is it a
Cadillac. But my Civic thinks it's
both. For under $17K this is by far
the best vehicle for your money. From
smooth styling to great handling and
power my civic covers all the bases.
Honda reliability is second to none in
this class and the gas milage is
awesome especially in today's economy.
I looked at all the cars in this
class, the Jetta, Corrola, Sentra and
Elantra and every time I found myself
comparing them to the Civic EX. Do
yourself a favor and give it a spin,
you will not be disapointed.
ABS, Gas Milage, Moonroof, Handling,
Power (the 127hp EX does help)Styling.
This car just feels smart. Oh and did
I mention Gas Milage!
AM radio SUCKS. When thats all that I
find wrong, Honda did something right!
2004 Honda Civic Sedan LX 4dr Sedan w/Side Airbags (1.7L 4cyl 4A)
I am a soon-to-be college graduate that
is serious about quality and style. I
just traded in my 99 Nissan Altima for a
2004 Honda Civic LX sedan and I LOVE IT.
I cannot stress what a good value this
car is. The body style is very European
and the inside will remind you of a
pricer Volkswagen Jetta! I recommend
this car to anyone that is serious about
style and value!
I love the stylish lines of the exterior
and the roomy interior. The controls
are very intuitive and are easy to reach
while driving. This car is very
luxurious feeling and could be mistaken
for a pricer European sedan.
2004 Honda Civic Sedan EX 4dr Sedan w/Side Airbags (1.7L 4cyl 5M)
The only reason why its not rated high
on the 'Fun to Drive' is coz I am
moving to a civic from a jetta turbo
and compared to Jetta 1.8T the Civic
is quite torqueless. But I didnt buy
it for its sportiness. I bought it for
its realiablity, fuel economy and
overall functionality. Its a very
practical car...far more practical
than out Jetta, far more reliable than
the Jetta and far more fuel efficient
Fuel economy. Awesome clutch for city
traffic. Almost effortless to drive in
stop and go traffic (thats if you know
how to drive stick shift). Compared to
the JEtta clutch which actually gives
you a sore calf muscle in traffic the
Civic is made for effortless shifting.
The fuel gauge is very erratic. Almost
unreliable to acutally gauage distance
travelled and fuel left. Even when it
shows E (with light on) I have filled
up 11.4 gal. And many a times its gone
to E and gone back up a few notches.