2002 Honda Civic Overview

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Trims

DX
Avg. Price: $4,642
DX Coupe
Avg. Price: $4,732
EX
Avg. Price: $5,404
EX Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,197
GX
HX Coupe
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $4,650
LX
Avg. Price: $5,318
LX Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,099
Si Hatchback
Avg. Price: $6,509

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 90 reviews

Good, Solid (albeit Uninspiring) Transportation. But Get New Tires. by Joshua
 — This is actually my wife's car that she bought new, 2 years before we became engaged. Obviously this is not a fast car and not a luxury car. It's a compact car for someone on a budget. But it fil... Read More
Great, Relible Car. Especially As A First Car. by CivicReppin904
 — Great first car! 5 stars for that alone, haha. It has a 1.7L 4cyl engine- pretty fast...for a 1.7L 4 banger, lol. Only had 19,200 miles on her when I got her and only has 23,500 right now. It is very ... Read More
Very Good Car, Lots Of Power, Good Quality And Not So Expensive After All by Jan
 — Rrrrrrrrrrrrr: Are you young and you like cars with good performance, good reliability and a supah soundtrack? Then this is the car you got to buy! Same BHP as a Porsche Boxter but way cheaper to buy... Read More

2002 Honda Civic Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 90 reviews

2002 Honda Civic

The same great qualities we find with Honda apply to the 2002 Civic. Great fuel economy, more than efficient room for a small car, good ride, and large trunk all apply. If you prefer to drive an automatic transmission however, it appears this is a huge trouble spot for this automobile. When spending over $10,000 for a used car, it would be preferable to purchase reliability. Perhaps this will become the challenge of the newer Honda Civics... we'll see.

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Honda Civic Questions

ColdinMA
25

Temperature Control Switch Or What?

I have a 2002 Civic and when I turn my heat on it only blows cold air even after warming up the car. Any suggestions?

3,742 views with 18 answers (last answer 7 hours ago)
Ghostmartin
5

What I Need To Boost My Performance On My 02 Honda Civic Ex

Hey I have a 2002 Honda civic ex and im new to this but I was wondering if some one could tell me what to get for it because I would like to make its faster it's a vtec 1.7 I think and ever think is...

757 views with 7 answers (last answer 4 days ago)
Jeri Foley
0

I Want To Know If These Parts And Oil Will Work Fram Air 7421 , K+n Oil Hp...

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ruifraga
0

My Honda Civic Runs Fine In Park And Neutral But Dies When I Put It In Driv...

I came to a stop sign and the engine died and battery light came on. I put the car in park and re started it, it started fine, engine sounds fine, lights and radio work. Put it in drive and it dies....

9 views with no answers yet
Tim Kaminski
0

Where Is The Rear Defroster Relay Located?

Indicater light in swich works but no heat.

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