2005 Honda Civic Sedan LX Special Edition 4dr Sedan (1.7L 4cyl 4A)
This is a great little/big car. There is a lot of room and it is very comfortable. It is amaizing on gas. All of the features are easy to use and see, nothing complicated. It has a great look and rides extremely smooth. It's a great first car!!
Gas milage, appearance, AC, the smooth comfortable ride.
2005 Honda Civic Sedan EX Special Edition 4dr Sedan (1.7L 4cyl 4A)
I traded my 1998 civic lx sedan for this one. Comfort and economy is even more. I spent $45 at the pump and was able to travel 707 miles. That's 37.8 mpg, driving in LA (Glendale-Downey and all around). That's economy with 127 horse power. I was first attracted on the hybrid's 49/48 mpg with 98 horse power. However, I didn't want to sacrifice the 28 horse power a bit extra 8 mpg.
On top of CD/MP3 player (you'd be in a long drive and literally never ran out of songs), adds to the comfort and safety. That's number one in my book.
Now, why can't we have leather seats as an option?
2005 Honda Civic Sedan LX 4dr Sedan (1.7L 4cyl 5M)
Vehicle is excellent on gas compared to old suburban I was driving. Would not consider for my college bound daughter though. Was disappointed to find out that the Civic had no daytime running lights(available on Canadian models though?) nor do the doors lock automatically upon driving vehicle. During this time and age you almost consider this to be part of the package, I'd rather get running lights or auto door locks over mud flaps...or pin striping
Comfortable to drive and I'm 5'7". Stereo is great and trunk has a ton of space.