2007 Honda Civic Hybrid

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  • Engine: 110 horsepower
  • Seating: 5 passengers
  • Driving Range: 603 - 627 miles
  • Drive: Front-Wheel Drive
  • Cargo Capacity: 10.4 cu. ft.
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  • Styling8.7
  • Performance8.0
  • Interior8.1
  • Quality8.2
  • Recommendation8.1
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  • Styling8.0
  • Performance9.0
  • Interior8.0
  • Quality10
  • Recommendation9.0
Excellent all-around vehicle by Josh from Frederick on 06/05/2012. Trim: 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid CVT AT-PZEV w/ Nav, Owned 5 years.
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Pros: Excellent fuel economy when you don't try to drive it like a Corvette or like your old V8 beast. Very quiet driving. Sound system is excellent.
Cons: The seats can get a bit uncomfortable - definitely recommend some sort of lumbar pillow if you have long commutes (this was the main thing preventing me from giving it higher marks on the Interior). Sometimes driving uphill can make you wish for a bigger engine.
Overall review: I have noticed other people complaining about the mileage being poor, which I would attribute more to driving habits than capability of the vehicle. Where I live in Maryland is very hilly and I still manage over 49 mpg, sometimes over 50. It can be done, one just needs to understand that quick acceleration, trying to maintain 65-70 uphill, idling, warming up the car, etc, will cause mpg to go down (especially idling/warming up the car as you are registering 0 mpg the entire time). The car handles excellent around corners and in all kinds of weather and is easy on the tires (my original set lasted over 74,000 miles). While it doesn't specifically say it in the manual, I have found better performance is achieved when using premium gas. That really isn't a big issue because you're typically looking at a difference of $1-$2 on a fill up when compared to regular since the gas tank isn't big (I typically fill up around 9.2-9.5 gallons).
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