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Used Honda Civic for Sale

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2017 Honda Civic EX

2017 Honda Civic EX - 988 mi

Houston, TX - Listed today

  • $5,318 below market price
  • low miles
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2002 Honda Civic LX

2002 Honda Civic LX - 65,045 mi

Morton Grove, IL - Listed 4 days ago

  • $1,949 below market price
  • 1-owner , low miles
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2002 Honda Civic EX

2002 Honda Civic EX - 116,265 mi

Ann Arbor, MI - Listed 1 day ago

  • $1,461 below market price
  • 1-owner , 2 positives
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2006 Honda Civic EX

2006 Honda Civic EX - 95,291 mi

West Palm Beach, FL - Listed today

  • $1,560 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles
$6,270
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2017 Honda Civic LX

2017 Honda Civic LX - 9,047 mi

Oak Park, MI - Listed 2 days ago

  • $5,492 below market price
  • low miles
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2017 Honda Civic Sport Touring

2017 Honda Civic Sport Touring - 23,412 mi

Longmont, CO - Listed 4 days ago

  • $6,384 below market price
  • 1-owner
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2016 Honda Civic LX

2016 Honda Civic LX - 9,250 mi

Redford, MI - Listed 9 days ago

  • $5,065 below market price
  • low miles
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2014 Honda Civic

2014 Honda Civic - 18,835 mi

West Palm Beach, FL - Listed 2 days ago

  • $2,140 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives , low miles
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2008 Honda Civic LX

2008 Honda Civic LX - 133,431 mi

Fort Worth, TX - Listed 2 days ago

  • $1,768 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 2 positives
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2005 Honda Civic Value Package

2005 Honda Civic Value Package - 112,310 mi

Bradenton, FL - Listed 2 days ago

  • $1,183 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 1 positive
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2017 Honda Civic Si

2017 Honda Civic Si - 20,179 mi

Woodside, NY - Listed 1 day ago

  • $3,471 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , certified used , 3 positives , low miles
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2007 Honda Civic LX

2007 Honda Civic LX - 126,293 mi

Hinesburg, VT - Listed 1 day ago

  • $1,809 below market price
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2015 Honda Civic LX

2015 Honda Civic LX - 13,180 mi

Las Cruces, NM - Listed 2 days ago

  • $2,090 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 3 positives , low miles
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2015 Honda Civic LX

2015 Honda Civic LX - 34,493 mi

West Palm Beach, FL - Listed 4 days ago

  • $2,115 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives , low miles
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2016 Honda Civic EX-T w/Honda Sensing

2016 Honda Civic EX-T w/Honda Sensi - 21,505 mi

Edison, NJ - Listed 1 day ago

  • $2,677 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles
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Analysis for Used Honda Civic for Sale

  • 24,205 cars for sale found, starting at $600
  • Average price for Used Honda Civic: $14,405
  • 4,620 deals found. Average savings of $1,029
  • Save up to $6,384 below estimated market price

What Honda Civic model year and mileage can you get for your budget?

  • Used 2017 Honda Civic Coupe: typical price range is $19,660 to $21,241 with mileage going from 1,000 to 18,401 miles
  • Used 2016 Honda Civic Coupe: typical price range is $17,510 to $19,004 with mileage going from 1,894 to 33,922 miles
  • Used 2015 Honda Civic Coupe: typical price range is $14,324 to $15,941 with mileage going from 11,896 to 52,273 miles
  • Used 2014 Honda Civic Coupe: typical price range is $12,431 to $14,795 with mileage going from 14,734 to 71,169 miles
  • Used 2017 Honda Civic Sedan: typical price range is $18,516 to $20,094 with mileage going from 1,000 to 23,070 miles
  • Used 2016 Honda Civic Sedan: typical price range is $16,427 to $18,886 with mileage going from 6,584 to 44,686 miles
  • Used 2015 Honda Civic Sedan: typical price range is $13,731 to $15,350 with mileage going from 11,852 to 50,271 miles
  • Used 2014 Honda Civic Sedan: typical price range is $12,169 to $14,250 with mileage going from 13,915 to 70,089 miles

Used Honda Civic Rankings

(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#1 of 128 Most Popular Sports Cars
#1 of 78 Most Fuel Efficient Gas Coupes
#1 of 52 Greenest Hybrid Cars
#1 of 25 Sports Cars Owners Keep for a Decade
#1 of 11 Longest Lasting Hybrid Cars
#2 of 20 Hybrid Cars with Best 5-Year Depreciation
#2 of 12 Safest Hybrid Cars
#3 of 56 Hatchbacks with Most Cargo Room
#9 of 56 Hatchbacks with Most Leg Room
#9 of 55 Most Spacious Hatchbacks

Price By Model Year

Year Starting Price Deals Listings
2018 Honda Civic for Sale $14,200 Save $4,956 on 52 deals 580 listings
2017 Honda Civic for Sale $8,995 Save $6,384 on 517 deals 2,849 listings
2016 Honda Civic for Sale $9,900 Save $5,666 on 677 deals 3,723 listings
2015 Honda Civic for Sale $7,995 Save $4,258 on 1,405 deals 8,223 listings
2014 Honda Civic for Sale $6,700 Save $3,879 on 268 deals 1,547 listings
2013 Honda Civic for Sale $6,500 Save $4,100 on 287 deals 1,433 listings
2012 Honda Civic for Sale $4,995 Save $3,322 on 347 deals 1,614 listings

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Price of Used Honda Civic in top 10 Cities

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Honda Civic in Houston $3,495 Save $2,718 on 47 deals 340 listings
Honda Civic in Atlanta $2,265 Save $2,629 on 100 deals 482 listings
Honda Civic in Dallas $1,988 Save $2,834 on 68 deals 552 listings
Honda Civic in Chicago $600 Save $3,381 on 83 deals 727 listings
Honda Civic in Miami $1,450 Save $4,956 on 104 deals 549 listings
Honda Civic in Los Angeles $2,200 Save $3,636 on 586 deals 1,743 listings
Honda Civic in Philadelphia $1,690 Save $4,148 on 197 deals 1,476 listings
Honda Civic in San Antonio $3,990 Save $2,610 on 15 deals 98 listings
Honda Civic in Phoenix $2,150 Save $2,349 on 57 deals 322 listings
Honda Civic in Orlando $1,700 Save $2,026 on 91 deals 459 listings
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Honda Civic Test Drive Reviews

2016 Honda Civic

The Tina Turner song "The Best" could quite easily be the theme song for the 2016 Honda Civic which, with its ever expanding lineup of models and bodystyles, managed to swoop into one of the most fiercely competitive market segment and stood clearly head and shoulders above them all. It's really that simple. We tested a Touring sedan with the all new 1.5 liter turbocharged 174-horsepower engine and it felt underpriced at $26,000 and change. And that's for the loaded model.

In addition, Honda recently introduced a coupe model and after that comes performance Si, Type-R and all-new hatchback versions of the iconic nameplate. Affordable performance enthusiasts will welcome the newfound availability of a six-speed manual transmission option on all trim levels of the hatchback with the punchy, rorty and rev-happy 1.5-liter turbo motor we so loved in this test albeit with an admittedly well tuned CVT-automatic.

The 2016 Honda Civic is well priced too with base models starting just over $18,000 nicely equipped and featuring a 2.0-liter non-turbo 4-cylinder offering 158 horsepower/138 lb. feet of torque with a six-speed manual available only on base LX sedans. Still, we can think of few better ways to part with $18,000. And did we mention how stylish this new Civic is? Bold, dynamic and stylish are the words that came to mind when gazing upon our new Civic tester. Read on to see if you agree.

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2014 Honda Civic

Although Honda managed to silence most critics of the 2012 redesign of its compact stalwart Civic with a shockingly thorough refresh in 2013, apparently the brand still wasn't satisfied and has made yet still more major changes to the car for 2014. Honda has always been known for having shorter model cycles than other automakers but seriously this is getting ridiculous. Clearly Honda's engineers and manufacturing powers that be can react at the speed of light but what do we think of this updated 2014 model?

First off, let's go over what they did to enhance the 2013 Civic. Honda started by boosting interior materials quality to class leading levels with a sense of perceived quality that is undeniable. Then they continued by enhancing steering feel with changes to where they mounted the rack, interior noise dropped noticeably thanks to sound deadening measures and suspension adjustments made the ride smooth yet still as agile as any Civic owner should rightly expect from this always fun to drive car. You'd think that was enough right? Wrong.

So, for 2014 Honda replaced its five-speed automatic which to our thinking worked perfectly well and replaced it with a new, more efficient CVT automatic similar to but not exactly like the one found in the larger Accord. Then, to quell complaints that its navigation system was antiquated and the stereo face plates which we thought were delightfully straightforward have been replaced by new, state of the art high-resolution 7-inch touch screens on all models even those without navigation. With this new feature also comes a back-up camera and features like the Honda-Link system previously only available on Accord. People also didn't like the fact that last year's model used a key to start it, apparently, so Honda responded by adding a Stop/Start button on the dash. And lastly, on the safety front the Civic also now boasts Honda's Lane Watch System which has a camera in the passenger side mirror so every time you activate your turn signal you can see across the two lanes next two you via the center screen to ensure no one is in your blind spot. Happy now?

The 2014 Honda Civic is available as either a slightly remodeled coupe or a stylish four door sedan and can come equipped with a range of powerplants spanning everything from a hybrid gas/electric, a 1.8 liter 143 horsepower/129 lb. feet of torque 4-cylinder, the Si model's 2.4 liter 201 horsepower/170 lb. feet of torque 4-cylinder on down to even a natural gas powered variant. Prices range from about $18,000 for base LX models all the way to $27,335 for a fully loaded 2014 Honda Civic Hybrid sedan with leather and navigation. And trust us, there are Civic's at every price point in between.

Our test model was a 2014 Honda Civic EX-L coupe equipped with the new CVT automatic transmission but we have tested a 2013 Honda Civic Si, 2013 Honda Civic EX sedan, the hybrid as well as the Natural Gas model so our experience with this model is very broad. We will in this review, however, be focusing mainly on the volume selling 2014 sedan and coupe with the 1.8 liter 4-cylinder and new CVT automatic. If you have any questions about any Civic model, feel free to contact us with questions via the email address team@iseecars.com or send me a direct message on Twitter @jameshamelcaroc. I will respond to all queries.
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2013 Honda Civic

The 2013 Honda Civic is a compact five passenger car offered in coupe and sedan body styles, available in gasoline, natural gas and hybrid versions. Although the Civic was completely redesigned for the 2012 model year, the changes were not very well accepted, leading to a significant refresh for 2013. These included the addition of more standard equipment, new body structure, new front and rear styling, and softer-touch interior materials.
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What to consider in buying a used Honda Civic?

The Civic is one of the longest-running cars in the Honda lineup of vehicles and is one of the company's best-selling vehicles. A leader in the subcompact segment, the Civic entered the market in 1972 and has gone through ten generations since, with the tenth generation introduced for the 2016 model year. The Civic has earned a reputation for quality, dependability, and sportiness.

It is not unusual to see a Honda Civic that is ten or more years old retaining good market value despite age and high mileage. Currently, the used market is reflected in iSeeCars listings with tens of thousands of used Civic cars being available around the country.

Most of these used Honda Civic cars are of the 7th, 8th, and 9th generations (2001-2015 model years) in both coupe and sedan models. When looking at a used Civic inside these years, check for the usual items that should be inspected in a used car. The older it is, the more the chassis and body should be checked for wear and damage. With most Honda Civic models, however, the best indication of a car that will continue to be a reliable, fun-to-drive vehicle is in maintenance records and history. A well-maintained Civic will provide many years of excellent service.

Buyers should also be aware that it's not unusual for a used Honda Civic to have been modified in the aftermarket to enhance bodywork and improve street racing performance. This could adversely affect fuel economy in the Civic, but may improve appearance or resale value.

A quality, used Honda Civic can be found relatively easily given the robust nature of the car and its popularity as a new vehicle purchase.
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