ONE-Owner, Sunroof, Automatic Transmission, Front Sport Seats, Air-Conditioning, CD/MP3 Audio System With An Auxiliary Audio Jack, Full Power Accessories, Keyless Entry, Folding Rear Seat, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels & Steel Wheels With Winter Tires, Chrome Exhaust Outlet, Rear Spoiler and ONLY 92,450 KMS
As Honda’s best-known and best-loved car line, the 2009 Civic Sedans continue to set the bar in the compact-car arena. Long considered the standard by which all other compacts are measured, the Civic is able to lure buyers thanks to its impressive fuel economy, unrivaled reliability and repair history and class-leading resale values. Once considered the Civic’s only weak point, exterior styling is now one of the car’s most appealing attributes. With its sharply raked windshield and low profile, the sleek Civic looks like nothing else on the road. The car’s appeal to younger drivers has put Honda back into the good graces of the tuner and aftermarket crowd.
Driving Impressions: The ride is smooth and quiet, while cornering and acceleration are easy and nearly effortless. The whole experience is more in line with what you’d expect from a bigger or pricier vehicle. Whether you’re in the driver’s seat or one of the Civic’s other seating positions, the 2009 Honda Civic is a perfectly enjoyable way to travel.
Favorite Feature: Two-Tier Instrument Panel – While some non-traditional instrument panel layouts come across as gimmicky, the Civic’s two-tier execution seems to make all the sense in the world.
In addition to offering more in-cabin technology than we’ve come to expect, the 2009 Honda Civic also features the most visually futuristic interior of any vehicle on the market. Take a seat behind the wheel and your first impression is dominated by a uniquely sculpted steering wheel and an unconventional two-tier instrument panel. The fit, finish and design found inside the Civic are first-rate.
The 2009 Honda Civic’s suspension and steering work together seamlessly, giving the car a well-balanced, confident feel on city streets, back roads and highways alike.
Sedan, yes. Sedate, no.