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Honda Civic (Hybrid), 2009: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Honda Civic (Hybrid), 2009: The Weekly Driver Car Review 1The Honda Civic hybrid, in its runner-up status to the Toyota Prius among eco-popular cars, has no reason to feel inferior. Its gas mileage averages are lower than the Prius and it doesn’t have, for whatever reason, the same “green appeal” as its rival.

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Dubious honors for old Honda Civics, Accords: Thieves' favorite cars

Dubious honors for old Honda Civics, Accords: Thieves' favorite cars 2Beauty is in the eyes of thieves. That’s the ruth in terms of stolen cars since the most No. 1 hot-wired car in the United States is a 1995 Honda Civic. According to a new report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB, the Civic is followed by its older sibling, the 1991 Honda Accord in terms of susceptibility to thieves.

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Honda Civic Hybrid, 2008 (Video Review)

Honda Civic Hybrid, 2008 (Video Review) 3The 2008 hybrid Civic is equipped with a 110-horsepower, 1.3-liter engine with two relatively new features largely known by acronyms, IMA (Integrated Motor Assist) and CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). A five-speed manual transmission was previously available, but now the hybrid is only offered with an automatic transmission.

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