Thursday, September 27, 2007

2007 Honda Civic Sedan Review

The 2007 Honda Civic is available as the familiar coupe the line began with, updated for 2007, as well as a sedan that debuted in fall, 2006. Both come in three different trim levels featuring a 140hp in-line 4 cylinder engine, 5-speed manual transmission (with 5-speed automatic available as an option). In addition, the Civic Si is available as either a coupe or sedan with a 197hp engine and a 6-speed manual transmission, and there is also a hybrid sedan, featuring a 100hp 4-cylinder engine in combination with an electric one.

Safety features standard across the line include shoulder-strap seatbelts for every seat, multi-stage front and and front-side airbags, and noggin-saving side-curtain airbags, anti-lock brakes, pedestrian-alerting lights, and tethers and anchors for child seats.

Standard exterior features include tinted windows, timed windshield wipers, and hidden window antenna, while interior features standard across the line include power windows, adjustable steering columns, front and rear cup holders, at least one power outlet, and drivers footrests.

Environmental freshener, CD players, mp3 player outputs, throttle control, and map lights are available on the 2007 Honda Civic as options on higher trim levels and come standard with the Si models and the hybrid.

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