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2005 Honda Civic CoupeReview
Russ writes:
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Gas. Mileage ++++++++++++++ is what you need and the reliability of honda is fantastic

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2005 Honda Civic CoupeReview
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Clean — This is a real nice car super clean runs great. I feel i need more power in the car but dont have alot of cash to spend on it. But overall great car to own and very reliable to drive.

Pros: looks and mpg

Cons: power

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2005 Honda Civic Coupe Value PackageReview
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I Would Buy Again And Again. Honda's Run 4-ever — 38MPG - this car has been great on saving gas when I am not driving my SUV. Highly recommend! White with tan interior - love the color combo. Came with 100,000 mi bumper to bumper. this car will run for 300,000 plus!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great on Gas Mileage

Cons: Stereo/speakers aren't the greatest but that's what you get with a VP model

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2005 Honda Civic Coupe EX Special EditionReview
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2005 Ex Special Edition — 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 - Prius - on winter tires has can give you no more that 26MPG - and unable to get to 15% uphill slope - HONDA in that case on stick shift - still can defeat such a "small" uphill with even more angle and still has up to 30 MPG + it is multifunctional -can be used on race tracks, highly modified, can become the great commuter, nice looker and best friend

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: 16-valve, 4-cylinder, 127-horsepower engine 1.7L - pulls strong, suspension feels solid. Handling and acceleration is 10 out of 10 with extremely responsive steering and gas pedal. Great gas saver, especially now with 4$ gallon price - The Civic has estimated ratings of 31 (city) and 38 (highway) mpg. It’s real pleasure to drive it on any road! Nice for 2 - although has reasonable back room for persons not taller than  5.8.
The coolest - thing - can be easily modified, cosmetically and mechanically. Low maint cost - parts are available everywhere and all the time.

Cons: great commuter car - however if you think of transporting your friends and family - kinda small, tiny and not so powerful to perform while 4 passengers are seated.

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2005 Honda Civic CoupeReview
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A Short Review Or My Civic —

Obviously it's a Civic, so it's not going to be anything spectacular on power, it's a peppy little car when I'm alone but when you add 3 or 4 passengers you definitely notice. It handles great as there is a lot of suspension work done to it, and the the tires are nice and grippy as well. It's an 05 and it still gets up to 40mpg so I'm more than happy with that! I think it looks great, it's definitely not an average Civic and it's all JDM :) It's a very reliable car and I've never really had any major issues with it. I've changed the clutch, but not because it went, just because km's were getting up there and I wanted a new clutch. Considering the fact that it's on low pro tires, and that it's lowered almost 2" it rides very well. Yes it's bumpy and rough but not nearly as bad as some lowered cars I've been in. The road noise is pretty bad if I'm honest, but Civic's have always struggled with that so I was already expecting it before I bought the car. And Other than that I'll just end with the fact that it's a great drivers car, as it's light, it handles very well and it's a blast to drive. I really do like it as a car

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It's fun, it looks good, and it's very reliable. I love it :)

Cons: More power would definitely be nice, and the road noise needs improvement.. but it's not worth complaining about.

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2005 Honda Civic CoupeReview
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Great Car And Cheap To Maintain — Could have had the 2.0 ivtec. However the 1.7 does the job. Ive got 167 000 kms and only replaced the front rotors/pads and the front/rear sway bar end links. Great looking car in the 2 or 4 dr version. Couldnt ask for better gas mileage.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The looks

Cons: No power

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2005 Honda Civic Coupe EXReview
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Excellent Car That Will Run Forever If Maintained Properly. — Of course there are different Civics, and this 2005 is the top of the line. With its sleek body style, aggressive performance, and outstanding gas mileage, you cannot find a better traveling car. The Civics are truly the wisest economic choice anyone will ever make.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great gas mileage. Very low maintenance.

Cons: Not a big family car.

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2005 Honda Civic CoupeReview
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Great Everyday Car — Overall a good car, very efficient, gets about 25mpg in the city, performance is about as good as can be expected for a 4 cyliner engine. It is a reliable car that can be fun to drive because of how small and light it is.

Pros: efficient and reliable

Cons: not great on performance

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2005 Honda Civic CoupeReview
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Slow, Not To Fun, Great First Car — best looking car i ever owned, however it was stupidly slow. the gas pedal was an oppressive thing. you mash it down and were rewarded with absolutely nothing. no v-tec no acceleration no nothing. any attempt at getting anywhere fast was pointless

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: rode nice, 5MT trans was tight, gas miliage

Cons: slow as balls, D17 engine is not similar to any other D-series

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2005 Honda Civic Coupe Si HatchbackReview
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Would Buy Another One. — Performance- not huge but enough 5 spedd fast enough Build- excellent not on piece of rust on it Apperance- sexy sleek hot blue Cost- gas mileage was great. little to no maintenance that i couldnt do myself Fun- for sure, sunroof, 5 speed, ladies loves it

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: nice looking sun roof

Cons: 2 door

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2017 Honda Civic Coupe Reviews

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I wanted heated front seats, bigger screen & remote start Read More

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Reviews

Review By Kim

Loved this car and all of the features it had. Nice for a college student or a couple without children. Read More

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I think it is a good deal, there is a half dollar sized dent in the hood that has been painted over but could potentially rust. I test drove it and it was very small and the back seat was difficult to... Read More

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Its Great nothing discouraged about a Honda civic one of the best cars out there Read More

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This Isa great car. I wish it was an SI 6 speed and I would buy it. Great car for the price. Read More

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