1995 Honda Civic Overview

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Trims

CX Hatchback
2 national listings
DX
10 national listings
DX Coupe
10 national listings
DX Hatchback
4 national listings
EX
1 national listing
EX Coupe
20 national listings
LX
12 national listings
Si Hatchback
VX Hatchback
1 national listing

Honda Civic Experts

#1 Takoda Fraser
Takoda Fraser
Reputation 780
#2 Jonathan Ford
Jonathan Ford
Reputation 490
#3 Tom Demyan
Tom Demyan
Reputation 480
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Average User Score

4.25 stars

Based on 90 reviews

Never Underestimate The Potential Of A Civic That Is Owned And Built By A Honda Technician =) by Steven
 — I purchased this Civic brand new in October of 1995 and still have it today. While it has gone through many styles and changes over the years (many of them embarassing and tacky LOL), I have settled ... Read More
It Is An Amazing Car For Anyone To Own! by Karyn
 — My car has very quick acceleration, on the spot braking, and amazing handling. I don't have any problems handling because my car has power steering. My car has needed some repairs, but like all Honda... Read More
Wish I Still Had It. by Phil
 — I had this car for a little over a year before I sold it to my brother. I loved this car. It handled nice, got 40 mpg, was fun to drive, and easy to work on. Mine had a D16A6 swap and made 100 whp,... Read More

1995 Honda Civic Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 90 reviews

1995 Honda Civic

Everybody seems to say the same things. The 1995 Honda Civic has a great engine and excellent pick-up (though sluggish on hills). For a small car, it has big muscle. Apparently the interior, though rated as comfortable, does not compare with the consistent dependability of the body and mechanical aspects of the car. At $4,150 to $6,050. The 1995 Civic is still a good buy.

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Honda Civic Questions

adriannaflores
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My 95 Honda Civic Wants To Turn On But Does Not At First I Thought Maybe Th...

5 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)
gosgood
0

Rolls Forward When Parked And In Gear.

95 Honda civic, manual transmission. In gear, parked on an incline, engine off. It rolls forward an inch at a time 20 seconds apart. What is going on?

10 views with 3 answers (last answer about a week ago)
JessicaJump
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95 Honda Civic Car Wont Start Acts Like It Wants To But Almost As If I Am O...

58 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 months ago)
Chris Kranjec
60

Signs Of Blown Head Gasket, But Car Doesn't Over Heat. Why?

I ve got a 95 civic. Drove 1000 miles with the signs of a blown head gasket, white exhaust, bubbling water tank and radiator, losing anti freeze, but my car still runs. If and when the temp gauge do...

3,721 views with 12 answers (last answer 4 months ago)
Hendy Syahril
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Autocheck Score

I'm looking to buy a 1995 Civic with 114k miles on it. I used autocheck.com and I got the result of 40 in the autocheck score. the range is between 9-25. Is that a bad score? THanks

15 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 months ago)