2004 Honda Civic Overview


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Avg. Price: $5,289

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 52 reviews

Fun To Drive, Awesome On Gas by Patrick
 — Acceleration was steady, but slow. To be expected of a very small 1.7 L SOHC engine. Eager to respond and perform - thought it was a Rottweiler, but performed like a Chihuahua at times. Braking was Ok... Read More
Mah Civic by Rob
 — Best car to own in this day and age. Amazing gas mileage...since we are now up to 4 bucks a gallon and still climbing. Solid 38 MPG highway, with passengers and A/C running. Survived a hit and run whe... Read More
Rate Is 3 Out Of 5 by Becky
 — the accelaration is perfect.Braking has alittle problems,handling is okay.Build quality is great no major repairs yet.Appearance is fine,interior perfect exterior fair.gas mileage fair,maintenance is ... Read More

2004 Honda Civic Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 52 reviews

2004 Honda Civic

Despite all the advancements Honda has provided over the years, the 2004 Civic DX and LX still do not have an antilock brake system. Purchase prices are high, although Civics offer great trade-in value. Engines are fuel efficient with very low emissions. Civic interiors are roomy, crash test scores impressive, and the cars have very high customer loyalty. Consumer rating for this automobile is 9.1 out of a possible 10.


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Honda Civic Questions

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I Had A Belt Squealing Mostly At Start Up And When Ac Was Running. A Week A...

I was told Power Steering and Serpentine Belts needed replaced. They were replaced 4 days ago and the car is still squealing, if not worse than it was before belts were replaced. What would cau...

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My Car Is A 2004 Honda Civic Si 1.7l (vtec) Sedan. Any Ideas How To Upgrade...

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Can Only Smoothly Shift Into 2 4 R.

although I can get it into 1 3 and 5; it just takes a few tries. It's almost like they aren't there. While the car is running you can put it into the slot of either 1 3 or 5 without the clutch but...

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I Have Tried To Contact A Seller Several Times And U Am Not Receiving A Res...

Honda in Beaufort As great deal

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How Can I Tell If My 2004 Honda Civic Has A Vtech Or Other Engine?

I need an engine for my 2004 Honda Civic. It is 1.7L but I don't know how to tell if it has a Vtech engine. Can you help?

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