2005 Honda Civic Overview


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Avg. Price: $6,184
Avg. Price: $7,439
EX Coupe
Avg. Price: $7,246
EX Special Edition
Avg. Price: $7,132
EX Special Edition Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,944
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $6,450
HX Coupe
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $6,259
Avg. Price: $6,417
Avg. Price: $6,987
LX Coupe
Avg. Price: $6,867
LX Special Edition
Avg. Price: $7,045
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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 77 reviews

This Car Is Absolutely Sensational. by Francis
 — A few years back, I got the opportunity to test drive a customer (!) owned 2005 Honda Civic Type-R car from a Honda dealership. Type R's were so wanted that none of the dealers in Belgium had one for ... Read More
Civic Type R by Andrew
 — Love the car the engine revs like crazy and loves it, the handling is amazing as it is so light fantastic car for the money with Honda reliability, the fuel economy is not that great around 20 MPG aro... Read More
2005 Ex Special Edition by Markus852
 — great sound system with aux connection and 6 disc cd changer - comfortable seats - (even greated that most mid size sedans have). Is is the top 10 most fuel efficient cars - + think for yourself - Pri... Read More

2005 Honda Civic Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 77 reviews

2005 Honda Civic

It seems people driving the newer 2005 Honda Civic are having minor issues with their automobiles that other drivers simply take for granted with their older vehicles. Otherwise fuel economy, low emissions, low maintenance, basic comfort and storage space are all standard with the Civic.

The 2005 keyless entry models have no trunk release, and road noise was also mentioned as a slight annoyance. Let's hope that Honda is reading the same reviews as us.


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Honda Civic Questions

Anthony Lewis

Car Overheating.

My car is leaking antifreeze. The reserve antifreeze is boiling. The heater does not push out heat; is the cold air. Check engine light just came back on.

30 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 weeks ago)

2005 Honda Civic Ex Heat Is Only Hot While Driving

As soon as I stop at a light, stop sign or at an idle it is freezing cold air. I have had the thermostat and water pump replaced but still not fixed. (My check engine light has also come on and wa...

32 views with 2 answers (last answer 4 weeks ago)
Stacie Cox

Why Is My Heater Not Working Well In My Honda Civic

I have a 2005 Honda civic. My heater only works when I drive about 30 mph or more, but not always. Sometimes even while moving it will blow non heated air.It blows cold air at stop lights or when g...

10,176 views with 10 answers (last answer 4 weeks ago)

Mixed Tires. Winters Front, All-seasons Rear. Bad Idea?

Pocketbook is tight but I need winters. Can I get winters on the front only? Is tire size an issue if I do this?

16 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)

My Car Made A Loud Nice Than Over Headed Now It Will Not Turn Over What Cou...

was drive than it made a loud nice i saw something fly out from under the car than it over heated and lost speed now it will not turn over

12 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)