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2016 Honda Civic EX-T

2016 Honda Civic EX-T - 91,744 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 2 days ago
  • $2,019 below market price
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  • 1-owner, certified used, low annual miles
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2009 Honda Civic LX

2009 Honda Civic LX - 163,767 mi

Hagerstown, MD (44 mi) - Listed 164 days ago
  • $2,050 below market price
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  • 6 price drops in 165 days
$5,295
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2016 Honda Civic EX

2016 Honda Civic EX - 112,210 mi

Woodbridge, VA (27 mi) - Listed 1 day ago
  • $2,322 below market price
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2020 Honda Civic LX

2020 Honda Civic LX - 44,676 mi

Sterling, VA (4 mi) - Listed 32 days ago
  • $2,338 below market price
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  • 1-owner, 1 positive , low annual miles
$18,000
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2020 Honda Civic LX

2020 Honda Civic LX - 25,783 mi

Manassas, VA (19 mi) - Listed 15 days ago
  • $3,254 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low annual miles
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2020 Honda Civic EX-L

2020 Honda Civic EX-L - 33,619 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 5 days ago
  • $3,335 below market price
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  • 1-owner, low annual miles
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2015 Honda Civic LX

2015 Honda Civic LX - 105,036 mi

Stafford, VA (43 mi) - Listed 20 days ago
  • $1,761 below market price
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  • 1 price drop in 21 days
$11,995
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2012 Honda Civic EX

2012 Honda Civic EX - 165,000 mi

Arlington, VA (24 mi) - Listed 60 days ago
  • $3,098 below market price
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  • 2 price drops in 61 days
$5,450
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2017 Honda Civic EX

2017 Honda Civic EX - 41,163 mi

Jessup, MD (37 mi) - Listed 23 days ago
  • $4,742 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low annual miles
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2016 Honda Civic LX

2016 Honda Civic LX - 61,235 mi

Arlington, VA (25 mi) - Listed 9 days ago
  • $2,902 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low annual miles
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2022 Honda Civic Sport

2022 Honda Civic Sport - 1,353 mi

Manassas, VA (19 mi) - Listed 130 days ago
  • $5,838 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner, low annual miles
$22,900
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2013 Honda Civic LX

2013 Honda Civic LX - 44,537 mi

Owings Mills, MD (47 mi) - Listed 13 days ago
  • $2,383 below market price
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  • 1-owner, low annual miles
$13,897
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2017 Honda Civic LX

2017 Honda Civic LX - 42,024 mi

Stafford, VA (43 mi) - Listed 63 days ago
  • $2,464 below market price
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  • low annual miles
$17,449
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2019 Honda Civic LX

2019 Honda Civic LX - 44,759 mi

Stafford, VA (43 mi) - Listed 65 days ago
  • $2,804 below market price
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  • low annual miles
$16,999
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2016 Honda Civic EX

2016 Honda Civic EX - 139,371 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 37 days ago
  • $3,876 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1 price drop in 38 days
$11,800
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2017 Honda Civic EX

2017 Honda Civic EX - 122,000 mi

Alexandria, VA (28 mi) - Listed 26 days ago
  • $4,076 below market price
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2016 Honda Civic EX

2016 Honda Civic EX - 98,697 mi

Chantilly, VA (7 mi) - Listed 4 days ago
  • $2,970 below market price
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  • low annual miles
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Honda Civic Review

The Honda Civic is available as a compact sedan, hatchback, or coupe and has been for sale in the US since 1973. It is a consistently top-selling model appealing to those who want a small, fuel-efficient car that’s also fun to drive. The current Civic was redesigned for the 2016 model year, with recent models costing between $14,750 and $24,198.

Honda Civic Pros

  • Excellent fuel economy
  • Engaging driving dynamics and a comfortable ride
  • Plenty of variations to choose from

Honda Civic Cons

  • Tight rear seats, especially for tall passengers
  • Infotainment screen and controls can be difficult to use
  • Wide range of trims is potentially confusing

Where are Honda Civics made?

Honda is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and has numerous plants around the world. The Civic is made in North America at plants in Alliston, Ontario Canada and Greensburg, Indiana.

Is the Honda Civic All-Wheel Drive?

While there was a time back in the late 1980s and early 1990s when you could buy a Honda Civic wagon with four-wheel drive, all versions of the Civic since are front-wheel drive only.

Is the Honda Civic a Sports Car?

Yes and no. There are a lot of different versions of the Honda Civic, many of which aren’t considered sports cars. The Type R and Si introduced for the 2017 model year, however, are quite sporty.

How Fast Can a Honda Civic Go?

The wide range of engines and trims available for the Honda Civic yield an equally wide range of performance figures, some of which are quite impressive. The Si has a top speed of 130 mph, which is outdone by the Type R with a top speed of 169 mph.

Current Honda Civic – 2016-Present:

The 2016 Honda Civic coupe and sedan were fully redesigned with a whole new look inside and out, a more spacious cabin with upgraded materials, two new powertrains, and a slate of new features and technologies. This year also marked the discontinuation of the Hybrid, Natural Gas, and HF (“high efficiency”) trims. The Civic Si was not fully redesigned until 2017, which also saw the introduction of the Civic hatchback, and Civic Type R.

The base powertrain for the sedan and coupe was a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 158 horsepower paired to either a six-speed manual (LX only) or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Sedans achieved 30 mpg city, 40 mpg highway with the automatic transmission and 27 mpg city, 38 mpg highway with the manual. Coupes achieved 30 mpg city, 39 mpg highway with the automatic and 26 mpg city, 37 mpg highway with the manual. A turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder with 174 horsepower was offered with a CVT only. It delivered 31 mpg city, 42 mpg highway as a sedan and 31 mpg city, 41 mpg highway as a coupe. The Si had a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 205 horsepower paired to a six-speed manual transmission. It delivered 28 mpg city, 39 mpg as a coupe and 28 mpg city, 38 mpg as a sedan. The Type R had a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 306 horsepower paired to a six-speed manual transmission with selectable rev-matching that achieved 22 mpg city, 28 mpg highway. The hatchback was powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 162 horsepower (177 horsepower for Civic Sport with manual transmission) and offered either a six-speed manual (LX and Sport only) or a CVT. It delivered 31 mpg city, 40 mpg highway (CVT) and 30 mpg city, 39 mpg highway (manual) for all but the Sport trim, which delivered 30 mpg city, 39 mpg highway (manual) and 30 mpg city, 36 mpg highway (automatic).

The Civic LX was the base trim with 16-inch steel wheels, AM/FM radio, 4-speaker audio, LCD monitor, Bluetooth, USB audio input, cloth seats, automatic air conditioning, and front cupholders. The Sport was a hatchback-only trim with an underbody spoiler kit, center dual exhaust outlet, fog lights, sport pedals, black headliner, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. The EX sedan and hatchback added 16-inch alloy wheels, power moonroof, HondaLink, Honda LaneWatch, a 7-inch infotainment display, 8-speaker audio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, AM/FM/HD/satellite radio, and heated mirrors while the LX-P was the coupe version of the EX. The EX-T sedan and coupe added 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, decklid spoiler, dual automatic climate control, adjustable front seat belt anchors, heated front seats, SiriusXM, and HD radio. The EX-L sedan and coupe added an auto-dimming rearview mirror, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, 8-way power driver’s seat, and leather seat trim and was the same as the EX-L Navi hatchback. The Si added 18-inch alloy wheels, a sunroof, and cloth seats and was available only as a sedan or coupe. The Touring sedan and coupe added chrome door handles, rain-sensing wipers, auto on/off LED headlights, 4-way power passenger seat, navigation, 10-speaker audio, and Honda Sensing. The Sport Touring was a hatchback-only trim that combined the features of the Touring and Sport. The Type R hatchback was only available in the Touring trim. The Type R Limited Edition adds 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, specially tuned dampers, and recalibrated steering along with getting a 46-pound weight reduction and exclusive Phoenix Yellow with Gloss Black paint accents. Shop for the 2016-current Honda Civic

2016-Current Honda Civic Trim Levels:

  • Civic LX (Base) (sedan and coupe): 16-inch steel wheels, AM/FM radio, 4-speaker audio, LCD monitor, Bluetooth, USB audio input, cloth seats, automatic air conditioning, front cupholders, 2.0-liter four-cylinder, 158 hp, six-speed manual (31/30 mpg sedan/coupe) or CVT (34 mpg sedan/coupe)
  • Civic LX (Base) (hatchback): adds 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, 174 hp, 34 mpg (manual), 33 mpg (CVT)
  • Civic Sport (hatchback only): adds underbody spoiler kit, center dual exhaust outlet, fog lights, sport pedals, black headliner, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, 180 hp, 33 mpg (manual), 32 mpg (CVT)
  • Civic EX (sedan and hatchback): adds 16-inch alloy wheels, power moonroof, HondaLink, Honda LaneWatch, a 7-inch infotainment display, 8-speaker audio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, AM/FM/HD/satellite radio, heated mirrors, CVT only
  • Civic LX-P (coupe only): coupe version of EX
  • Civic EX-T (sedan and coupe): adds 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, decklid spoiler, dual automatic climate control, adjustable front seat belt anchors, heated front seats, SiriusXM, HD radio, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, 174 hp, 35 mpg (sedan), 31 mpg (coupe)
  • Civic EX-L Navi (hatchback only): adds navigation to features of EX-L
  • Civic Si (sedan and coupe): adds 18-inch alloy wheels, sunroof, cloth seats, 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, 205 hp, six-speed manual transmission, 32 mpg
  • Civic Touring (sedan and coupe): adds chrome door handles, rain-sensing wipers, auto on/off LED headlights, 4-way power passenger seat, navigation, 10-speaker audio, Honda Sensing
  • Civic Sport Touring (hatchback only): includes features found on Touring and Sport trims, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, 180 hp, CVT only, 32 mpg
  • Civic Type R (hatchback only): available only in Touring trim, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. 306 hp, six-speed manual transmission with selectable rev-matching, 25 mpg
  • Civic Type R Limited Edition (hatchback only): adds 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, 46-pound weight reduction, exclusive Phoenix Yellow with Gloss Black paint accents, specially tuned dampers, recalibrated steering

Running Changes to the 2016-Current Honda Civic

  • 2016: Complete redesign with new advanced safety features, more spacious cabin with higher quality materials, and two new powertrains. Hybrid, HF (“high efficiency”), and Natural Gas discontinued
  • 2017: All-new Civic hatchback and Civic Si debut, Type R introduced
  • 2018: No major changes
  • 2019: Volume knob added, Sport trim debuts, Honda Sensing standard
  • 2020: Hatchback restyled
  • 2021: Type R Limited Edition debuts, Coupe and Si discontinued

Honda Civic – 2012-2015:

The completely redesigned 2012 Honda Civic included a range of eight trims with a new look inside and out, a more spacious interior, new available technologies including Bluetooth and satellite navigation, and revised powertrains. It also marked the introduction of the HF (high-efficiency) trim and the renaming of the Civic GX to the Civic Natural Gas.

The base powertrain included a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with 140 horsepower available for both the coupe and sedan. It achieved 28 mpg city, 38 mpg highway with the five-speed automatic transmission, or 28 city, 35 highway with the five-speed manual. The new HF sedan featured a specially tuned version of this engine paired to a five-speed automatic with slightly improved highway fuel economy of 39 mpg. A 2.4-liter four-cylinder with 201 horsepower paired to a six-speed manual was offered only on the Si sedan and coupe. It delivered 22 mpg city and 31 mpg highway. The hybrid sedan had a 1.5-liter four-cylinder with an electric motor for a combined 110 horsepower. It was paired to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) and achieved an impressive 43 mpg city and 44 mpg highway. The Civic Natural Gas had a 1.8-liter four-cylinder with 110 horsepower paired to a five-speed automatic transmission for fuel economy of 27 mpg city, 38 mpg highway.

The Honda Civic DX base trim had 15-inch steel wheels, power windows, manual door locks, 4-speaker audio, and cloth seat trims. The LX added an AM/FM radio, 1st row LCD monitor, and keyfob with remote keyless entry. The EX added 16-inch aluminum wheels, manual front air conditioning, and a sunroof. The EX-L was the most fully-featured trim and added heated seat cushions for driver and passenger, heated seatback for the driver, leather interior trims, and heated side mirrors. The sporty Si added 17-inch aluminum wheels, front fog lights, and cloth seat trims. The Natural Gas stepped down to 15-inch aluminum wheels. Shop for the 2012-2015 Honda Civic

2012-2015 Honda Civic Trim Levels:

  • Civic DX (Base): 15-inch steel wheels, power windows, manual door locks, 4-speaker audio, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission, 140 hp, 31 mpg
  • Civic LX: adds AM/FM radio, LCD monitor, remote keyless entry
  • Civic HF 15-inch silver aluminum wheels, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, 140 hp, five-speed automatic, 32 mpg
  • Civic EX: adds 16-inch aluminum wheels, manual front air conditioning, sunroof
  • Civic EX-L: adds heated front seats, leather seating trims, heated side mirrors
  • Civic Hybrid: adds 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, 110 hp, CVT, 44 mpg
  • Civic Si: adds 17-inch aluminum wheels, front fog lights, cloth seat trim, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, 201 hp, six-speed manual, 25 mpg
  • Civic Natural Gas: adds 15-inch aluminum wheels, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, 110 hp, five-speed automatic transmission, 31 mpg

Running Changes to the 2012-2015 Honda Civic

  • 2012: Full redesign included new styling, more spacious interior, new available technologies including Bluetooth and satellite navigation, and revised powertrains. HF (high-efficiency) trim introduced, Civic GX renamed Civic Natural Gas
  • 2013: Rearview camera, air conditioning, one USB port, and Bluetooth became standard, sedan restyled, interior materials improved, base DX discontinued
  • 2014: CVT replaced five-speed manual transmission, coupe restyled, LaneWatch camera became available, touchscreen updated
  • 2015: No major changes

Honda Civic 2006-2011:

The 2006 Honda Civic redesign included a sedan, coupe, hybrid sedan, and Si models. It debuted a sleeker, more aerodynamic exterior, a new digital speedometer, and roomier interiors across all models. There was also a choice of four powertrains.

The hybrid sedan was available with a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine with an electric motor that produced a combined 110 horsepower and was paired to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). It delivered 40 mpg city and 45 mpg highway. Both the sedan and the coupe featured an all-new 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 140 horsepower and was paired to either a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. It was rated at 26 mpg city and 36 mpg highway with the automatic transmission and dropped slightly to 26 mpg and 34 mpg highway equipped with the manual. A compressed natural gas engine was available on the Civic GX with limited availability. It had a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with 113 horsepower and fuel economy of 28 mpg city, 39 mpg highway. The most powerful engine option was reserved for the Si, which had a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 197 horsepower paired only to a six-speed manual transmission. It delivered the lowest fuel economy of the Civic line with 20 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway.

The base Honda Civic was available as a sedan or coupe with 15-inch steel wheels, four-speaker audio, cloth seats, and manual windows. The base Honda Civic hybrid was a sedan only with 15-inch aluminum wheels, variable intermittent wipers, power windows, steering wheel audio controls, CD player, remote keyless entry, and six-speaker audio. The GX was also only available as a sedan and with limited availability. Its only changes were 15-inch steel wheels and a compressed natural gas engine. The LX came in a sedan or coupe with 16-inch steel wheels, cruise control, one-touch up/down driver’s window, a panic alarm, power door locks, theft-deterrent radio, AM/FM stereo, MP3 and AUX jacks, and a six-speaker audio system. The EX added 16-inch silver aluminum wheels, height-adjustable front seat belts, chrome grille accents, sunroof, exterior temperature display, voice-activated navigation, and a rear center armrest. At the top of the lineup was the Civic Si with 17-inch aluminum wheels, premium cloth seats, and a 7-speaker audio system with an amplifier. Shop for the 2006-2011 Honda Civic

2006-2011 Honda Civic Trim Levels:

  • Civic DX (Base): 15-inch steel wheels, 4-speaker audio, manual front windows, cloth seats, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, 140 hp, 29 mpg (manual), 30 mpg (automatic)
  • Civic Base (hybrid only): sedan only, adds 15-inch aluminum wheels, variable intermittent wipers, power windows, steering wheel audio controls, CD player, remote keyless entry, 6-speaker audio, 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine, 110 hp, CVT, 42 mpg
  • Civic GX: sedan only, limited availability, adds 15-inch steel wheels, 1.8-liter four-cylinder compressed natural gas engine with 113 hp, five-speed automatic transmission, 28 mpg
  • Civic LX: adds 16-inch steel wheels, cruise control, one-touch up/down driver’s window, a panic alarm, power door locks, theft-deterrent radio, AM/FM stereo, MP3 and AUX jacks, 6-speaker audio
  • Civic EX: adds 16-inch silver aluminum wheels, height-adjustable front seat belts, chrome grille trim, sunroof, exterior temperature display, voice-activated navigation, rear armrest
  • Civic Si: coupe only, adds 17-inch aluminum wheels, premium cloth seats, 7-speaker audio with an amplifier, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, 197 hp, six-speed manual transmission, 29 mpg

Running Changes to the 2006-2011 Honda Civic

  • 2006: Full redesign, four powertrains including a compressed natural gas option, new digital speedometer, roomier interiors, sleeker styling
  • 2007: Sedan added to Si lineup
  • 2008: New Mugen Si trim and an available leather package
  • 2009: Updated styling, Bluetooth, USB port, new LX-S sedan with alloy wheels and sportier styling, new DX Value Package with air conditioning and audio, available heated front seats and side mirrors
  • 2010: No changes
  • 2011: No changes

Honda Civic versus the Competition

Honda Civic versus Honda Accord

The Honda Civic is a compact car with room for five, but it’s far better suited to four. It has excellent driving dynamics, though it can be a bit noisy, especially in highway driving or on rough pavement. The Honda Accord is a midsize sedan better suited to families. It easily accommodates five adults with a smoother, quieter ride and an expansive trunk.

Honda Civic versus Toyota Corolla

These are both affordable compacts, with the Corolla generally offered at a lower price point and better predicted reliability. The Civic has better driving dynamics, more room for cargo and offers the performance-focused Si and Type R, with no comparable models offered in the Corolla lineup.

Honda Civic versus Toyota Camry

The biggest differences between the Honda Civic and Toyota Camry are price. The Civic is a smaller, sportier option best for four passengers while the Camry is a more mild-mannered sedan that easily seats five. It doesn’t have the performance trims of the Civic and it sits at a higher price point.

Honda Civic versus Hyundai Elantra

Both the Honda Civic and Hyundai Elantra have excellent reputations for reliability. The Hyundai Elantra has a lower price point while the Civic has a more spacious interior that makes it more comfortable for adults in the rear seats. And once again, the Civic offers performance variants that were always unmatched by the Elantra, though the all-new 2021 Elantra does have N-Line performance models.

What is the average price for Used Honda Civic? How many are for sale and priced below market?

  • 9,942 cars for sale found, starting at $1,700
  • Average price for Used Honda Civic: $20,616
  • 2,220 deals found. Average savings of $1,680
  • Save up to $8,320 below estimated market price

What Is The Average Price Of A Used Honda Civic By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2023 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $28,900 Save $9,755 on 313 deals 1,291 listings
2022 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $25,297 Save $5,838 on 667 deals 1,642 listings
2021 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $23,528 Save $7,440 on 904 deals 2,080 listings
2020 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $21,930 Save $5,772 on 950 deals 2,186 listings
2019 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $21,302 Save $7,600 on 647 deals 1,447 listings
2018 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $19,609 Save $5,196 on 451 deals 1,110 listings
2017 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $17,849 Save $5,420 on 386 deals 834 listings
2016 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $16,017 Save $5,265 on 332 deals 703 listings
2015 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $13,929 Save $4,910 on 309 deals 709 listings
2006 Honda Civic for Sale Near Me $6,820 Save $3,148 on 34 deals 137 listings

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Certified Pre-owned (cpo) Honda Civic For Sale

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Certified Pre-Owned (cpo) Honda Civic for Sale $20,997 Save $9,755 on 6,129 deals 18,390 listings

Popular Honda Civic Colors

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Green Honda Civic for Sale $11,489 Save $4,796 on 9 deals 34 listings
Yellow Honda Civic for Sale $42,712 Save $6,581 on 4 deals 12 listings
Purple Honda Civic for Sale $25,499 Save $3,616 on 4 deals 17 listings
Gold Honda Civic for Sale $6,741 Save $1,622 on 9 deals 37 listings
Teal Honda Civic for Sale $6,995 Save $818 on 1 deal 1 listing
Black Honda Civic for Sale $20,511 Save $8,178 on 546 deals 1,972 listings

Popular Honda Civic Features

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Honda Civic with Sunroof for Sale $21,822 Save $7,395 on 2,436 deals 7,970 listings
Honda Civic with Apple Carplay for Sale $25,142 Save $9,755 on 3,292 deals 11,481 listings
Honda Civic with Navigation for Sale $28,137 Save $9,755 on 891 deals 3,105 listings

Popular Honda Civic Drive Types

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FWD Honda Civic for Sale $21,019 Save $9,755 on 6,129 deals 18,487 listings

Test Drive Reviews

2020 Honda Civic

The Honda Civic is a midsize coupe, sedan, or hatchback offered in many different flavors for different buyers. Our review will focus on the mainstream Civic trims and leave the high-performance Si and Type R Civic trims for the enthusiast magazines to drool over.

The Civic is a top-selling vehicle in America. That reality is even more meaningful due to the fact that the Civic is not given away to rental fleets by the thousands, like some of its peers in the segment. Rather, Honda targets real owners and real families with its Civic line. This bolsters resale value and makes the vehicle more valuable when you decide it's time to trade or sell on.

Civics start just under $22K including the destination fee. Well-appointed trims can top $30K. We recently tested the $30,155 five-door Hatchback Sport Touring trim. Each of the body styles has multiple trim levels and follows a progression of content as prices climb. Please note that for the most part, our review here will apply best to the mid to top trims in the Civic, which reflect the trims we have recently tested.
See the full 2020 Honda Civic Test Drive Review.

2019 Honda Civic

The 2019 Honda Civic is a compact/midsized car that serves multiple buyer groups. Available in three body configurations, coupe, sedan, and five-door hatchback, the Civic is a broad line of car that sells in huge volumes. In fact, Honda likes to point out that the Civic is larger in sales than many entire vehicle brands in the United States.

The Civic resides in a segment that is growing less and less competitive by the day. Mostly due to the Civic's dominance. The folks at GM, Ford and Dodge, have quit. They won't be making their models anymore. Apparently, their formula was not profitable. Honda's is, and that formula involves making the U.S. Civic mostly in America. The hatchback is imported.
Like all great family cars, the Civic checks off a lot of boxes. Spare tire - check. Great safety ratings - check. High value for the dollar - check. Outstanding fuel economy - check. The Civic can also come in sporty trims. With a price point from the low $20Ks to the high $20ks for all but the exotic Type R trim, the Civic is in the perfect sweet spot to work with a lot of budgets.
We have tested three different trims and two of the body styles of the latest Civic, most recently the $28,220 Touring
See the full 2019 Honda Civic Test Drive Review.

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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See the full 2016 Honda Civic Test Drive Review.

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.
See the full 2014 Honda Civic Test Drive Review.

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.
See the full 2013 Honda Civic Test Drive Review.

How much is a Honda Civic?

Honda Civic Coupe

  • A new Honda Civic Coupe's average price is $22,994 and the price range is $20,398 to $26,113
  • A 3-year-old used Honda Civic Coupe's average price is $27,043 with a price range of $21,522 to $31,796

See below for the average Honda Civic Coupe price across model years.

Honda Civic Coupe   2017-2022  
Honda Civic Coupe   2012-2017   $17,122
Honda Civic Coupe   2007-2012   $9,313

The average price for a 3-year-old used small car is $17,097, with the Honda Civic Coupe's price typically $9,946 above average for this vehicle type.

Honda Civic Sedan

  • A new Honda Civic Sedan's average price is $24,498 and the price range is $22,005 to $29,294
  • A 3-year-old used Honda Civic Sedan's average price is $24,529 with a price range of $20,299 to $29,817

See below for the average Honda Civic Sedan price across model years.

Honda Civic Sedan   2017-2022   $22,255
Honda Civic Sedan   2012-2017   $16,847
Honda Civic Sedan   2007-2012   $9,549

The average price for a 3-year-old used small car is $17,097, with the Honda Civic Sedan's price typically $7,432 above average for this vehicle type.

Honda Civic Hatchback

  • A new Honda Civic Hatchback's average price is $26,639 and the price range is $24,052 to $38,505
  • A 3-year-old used Honda Civic Hatchback's average price is $22,330 with a price range of $17,497 to $35,500

See below for the average Honda Civic Hatchback price across model years.

Honda Civic Hatchback   2016-2021  
Honda Civic Hatchback   2011-2016  
Honda Civic Hatchback   2006-2011  

The average price for a 3-year-old used small car is $17,097, with the Honda Civic Hatchback's price typically $5,233 above average for this vehicle type.

How long do Honda Civics last?

Honda Civic Coupe

  • The Honda Civic Coupe is the #1 most reliable vehicle in the small car category, with a reliability score of 9.1.
  • Approximately 2.2% of all Honda Civic Coupes on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.8% for the small car category

Honda Civic Sedan

  • The Honda Civic Sedan is the 2nd most reliable vehicle in the small car category, with a reliability score of 8.6.
  • Approximately 0.9% of all Honda Civic Sedans on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.8% for the small car category
  • The best-ranked small car for reliability is the Toyota Yaris

Honda Civic Hatchback

  • The Honda Civic Hatchback is the 12th most reliable vehicle in the small car category, with a reliability score of 7.9.
  • Approximately 0.2% of all Honda Civic Hatchbacks on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.8% for the small car category
  • The best-ranked small car for reliability is the Toyota Yaris

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the small car category:

Toyota Yaris   9.1
Honda Civic   9.0
Mazda Mazda3 Sedan   8.9
Mazda Mazda3 Hatchback   8.9
Honda Civic   8.8
Toyota Corolla   8.7
Honda Fit   8.6
Subaru Impreza   8.6
Honda Civic   8.3
Volkswagen Golf   8.2
Volkswagen Jetta   8.2
Mitsubishi Mirage   7.9
Nissan Sentra   7.9
Hyundai ELANTRA   7.8
Nissan Versa   7.7
Hyundai ACCENT   7.7
Kia Forte   7.6
Kia Rio   7.5
Chevrolet Sonic   7.5
Chevrolet Sonic   7.5
Hyundai VELOSTER   7.5
Volkswagen Golf GTI   7.3
Chevrolet Spark   7.1
Hyundai ELANTRA GT   7.1
Mitsubishi Mirage G4   7.1
Subaru WRX   7.0
FIAT 500L   7.0
MINI Hardtop 4 Door   6.7
MINI Hardtop 2 Door   6.3
Toyota Yaris Hatchback  
Kia Rio 5-Door  
FIAT 500  
Toyota Corolla Hatchback  
Toyota GR Corolla  
Ford Fiesta  
Ford Fiesta  
Volkswagen Beetle  
Volkswagen Golf R  
Nissan Versa Note  
Hyundai ELANTRA N  
Volkswagen Jetta GLI  
Chevrolet Cruze  
Chevrolet Cruze  

Is the Honda Civic a good car?

Honda Civic Coupe

  • The Honda Civic Coupe earns an ISC quality score of 9.0 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Honda Civic Coupe is ranked #1 in quality in the small car category, with the Honda Civic Sedan ranked just below it

See our full list of the Best Small Cars.

Honda Civic Sedan

  • The Honda Civic Sedan earns an ISC quality score of 9.0 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Honda Civic Sedan is ranked 2nd in quality in the small car category, with the Honda Civic Coupe ranked just above it and the Honda Fit ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked small car for quality is the Honda Civic Coupe

See our full list of the Best Small Cars.

Honda Civic Hatchback

  • The Honda Civic Hatchback earns an ISC quality score of based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Honda Civic Hatchback is ranked 39th in quality in the small car category, with the Toyota Yaris Sedan ranked just above it and the Kia Forte Koup ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked small car for quality is the Honda Civic Coupe

See our full list of the Best Small Cars.

Is the Honda Civic safe?

Honda Civic Sedan

  • The latest Honda Civic Sedan's 5-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it #1 for safety in the small car category
  • The Honda Civic Sedan's rating has averaged 4.9 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Honda Civic Sedan's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 5
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 5
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.

Honda Civic Hatchback

  • The latest Honda Civic Hatchback's 5-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it #1 for safety in the small car category
  • The Honda Civic Hatchback's rating has averaged 5.0 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Honda Civic Hatchback's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 5
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 5
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.