2007 Honda Civic Coupe Overview

Civic Coupe

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1 national listing
Avg. Price: $9,361
EX w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $9,707
Avg. Price: $8,715
Avg. Price: $11,338
Si w/ Nav
Avg. Price: $11,116
Si w/ Nav and Summer Tires
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $11,234
Si w/ Summer Tires
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $9,833

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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 76 reviews

Honda by Mylene
 — My biggest dislike about this car is that it's the heaviest civic ever made which is a very big disadvantage when comparing to the competition. It has a smooth ride and handles pretty good though. I'v... Read More
2007 Si Coupe by Mark
 — I consider this car one of the best front drivers on the road. The key is how the components all work together. The amazing engine is one thing. But, teamed with a great LSD and easy to use clutch, ... Read More
Running Great And Looking New After 86k Miles by iceman957
 — After years of driving an SUV and only being happy in the mud and snow, it was time for a more youthful car. This new Civic coupe purchased for my birthday in October 2006 was the cure. It's got 86K m... Read More

2007 Honda Civic Coupe Overview

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Based on 76 reviews

2007 Honda Civic Coupe

The Honda Civic Coupe is a true economy car, with its MSRP starting at just over $14,000. The low price combined with its reliability and practicality come together to make it the ideal choice for the first-time new-car buyer.

The base-model DX trim has plenty of worthwhile standard features: ABS, air bags, power steering, daytime running lights, power windows, a rear window defroster, and active head restraints. It even has a rear spoiler, which the style-minded driver will appreciate.

The LX trim adds air conditioning with filtration, power locks, and a CD player, and the EX trim adds an extra bit of style with a one-touch power moonroof and a chrome exhaut finisher, plus exterior temperature indicator and steering wheel-mounted controls for audio and cruise.

The Civic performed well in NHTSA crash tests, scoring 5 stars in both the Driver and Passenger Frontal crash tests as well as the rear side test. It scored 4 stars in the rollover test and a mere 3 stars in the Front Side Crash test.

All trim levels are available in either 5-speed manual or automatic transmission. Buyers can choose from nine paint finishes.


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