Recently purchased it new after giving 2002 Honda Civic to my son.
Was going to buy used, but recent manufacturer to dealer incentive made the price so attractive that the difference between the new and recent Civic with 20 to 30K miles became almost nonexistent.
I know I am biased, but I have always liked Honda for its reliability, great gas mileage, and peppiness.
This car has not disappointed me.
It is noticeably more powerful and surprisingly quiet compared to 2002 that I had.
The manual shift is quite different from the old version, but it did not take much time to get accustomed to it; it has more sporty feel to it.
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