2010 Honda Civic Hybrid 4dr Sedan w/Lthr, Nav (1.3L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
I've had my hybrid for 4 years.
It gets about 26 mpg in the city and 32 highway.
It is even worse in winter
I had to replace the battery after just over two years and 27,000 miles.
I'm at 49,000 now and it feels like I need to do it again.
The tire gauge is constantly going on even though the tires have full pressure.
I recently bought new tires and they said that the gauge inside the tire was broken but a month later the tire light was going on again even with full pressure.
I wanted to keep this car for ten years but don't look forward to having to buy a new battery every two years or so.
I had better mileage on my gas Civic.
produce a dependable battery and advertise realistic mileage.
Based on other's reviews there are clearly a lot of civic hybrids as bad as mine.
It does not seem to be an anomaly.
I bought this car used 1 week ago.
I love it. It does not have any noise as mentioned in other review.
As a matter of fact, my fiancé said it is so quiet.
It does not ride rough - smooth ride.
Air conditioning is great - I keep on low and I am always hot.
I would recommend to anyone.
I've owned for 13 months; have driven it 23,000 miles. Gas mileage is awesome, usually 35-37. Visibility is pretty good. Stereo sounds like a more expensive car. I like the funky dash also. The car rides fairly well for a small car but you do feel some bumps. Is very light, which isn't so good in the snow or on windy days. Build quality isn't bad overall. My biggest gripe is that Honda apparently leaves out desirable features to keep costs down. My car has only two cup holders and I can't adjust the intermittent wipers. It appears to be a good choice, but the competition probably gives you more features at a lower price.
I bought my daughter a new 2010 civic to start college. Everything has been good up until now. Coming out of winter, we discovered her air conditioner is not working. The local Honda dealership in Gadsden says the compressor is out. The car has 40,000 miles, which is just past warranty. The local service manager says he is going to bat for me with the District manager to honor fix this for us. He committed to calling me yesterday with an answer. Still waiting - what do you think will happen? I own 6 cars, but this is my first Honda. It is up to Honda if this is my last purchase of a Honda product. Hopefully they will do the right thing and fix it. I will update as this unfolds.
Great fuel economy and fun to drive.
I bought this car because I have always heard of Honda quality. Very disappointed that I am facing a huge repair bill at 40,000 miles. This is my first Honda product since my days as a kid riding their motorcycles. Everything has been good until this air compressor issue. It will be up to Honda to determine if I will purchase another Honda product. I am hopeful but who knows at this point. Stay tuned..............
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