2002 Honda Civic Overview

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DX
Avg. Price: $5,520
DX Coupe
Avg. Price: $4,923
EX
Avg. Price: $5,552
EX Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,236
GX
HX Coupe
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $5,340
LX
Avg. Price: $5,315
LX Coupe
65 national listings
Si Hatchback
Avg. Price: $6,789

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 91 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 91 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

Rosa Lopez
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Just Replaced Thermoatat On Honda Civic Hx 2002 And Still Over Heating Wha...

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I Have A Honda Civic Coupe 2002, How Would I Put Hid Headlights In It.... A...

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RonSolo_76
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Why Does My Civic Rev So High On The Freeway?

My 5-speed '02 Civic EX revs at about 3500rpm at 70mph in 5th gear. Isn't this excessive? What could have been done to the car to cause this, and what will fix it?

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Vtecfern
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If I Go Boost On My 2002 Civic Ex Coupe What Motor Mounts Will Do Me Best

I don't want to know whether I should boost it or not... Just what motor mounts are good

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Aniella
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2002 Honda Civic, Fan Works Only With A/c On.

Two weeks ago, no heat--we thought we needed a new heater core. Guys took dashboard off, I guess flushed hoses, unstuck thermostat, and three days later we got car back and we had heat again--$700....

21 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 months ago)