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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWDReview
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2007 Honda Hybrid — This car is economical and is better than most for the environment. It handles well and the body and the interior are solid, though the upholstery particularly in the front is badly stained. The heating/cooling system is great. The sound system is good, and we appreciate the aux in. Overall the car is attractive. However, like other hybrids it is sluggish and lacks power particularly on hills.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The car looks good.  It drives well, and everything works.  It also has better than average gas mileage.  It has not required many repairs.  It handles well and has good braking.

Cons: It is sluggish when accelerating as are most hybrids, and it is weak when it comes to climbing hills, especially loaded.  

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWD with NavigationReview
Thomas writes:
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Solid Car And Performance True Representation Of The Honda Line! — Nick-named "Penny" due to color and how she saves me money at the pump! Great car everyone should own one some time in their life! Great car economically, being a car guy this doesn't quite meet up to my testosterone fix for a car, but that is why you have a 2-car garage, right?

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Enjoy the dependability of Honda and the HUGE savings over the last 7 years! 247,000 miles and looking for another 240,000!

Cons: Sometimes slow off the start! Safety Concerns!

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWD with NavigationReview
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Great Car To Get Around In The City. — Great car to get around in the city. Great gas saver. Averages 42-45 MPG. It does lack a little of power, but overall it is a very reliable and fun to drive. A must for this time of high fuel prices.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Excellent Fuel Econcomoy

Cons: Lacks some power

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWD with NavigationReview
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Civic Great On Fuel Economy — I've had the car 7 years with no defects of replacements other and general maintenance - oil and filters. Very smooth riding car with good acceleration and handling, quiet, reliable, safe for the family. Good quality of build, the interior still looks new after 7 years. Low cost to own and operate. I would definitely buy another Honda product in the future.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Reliable, safe, great fuel economy and low maintenance costs

Cons: Small, not comfortable on very long (400+ mile) trips

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWDReview
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A Great Car, And My Favorite For Many Years To Come. —

Well, it's a hybrid, which means that under normal summer driving conditions (moderate A/C) it averages 45 mpg. Its lines are very clean, sleek, whisper- quiet, and it has a low ride height, and, while this may be problematic for certain parts of the country where no one knows how to properly resurface a road *cough-UTAH-cough* the car feels very intimate with the road in a way that doesn't feel intimidating. This car has a very broad torque curve, especially considering its 1.5 liter displacement, on account of the IMA (integrated motor assist, or the electric motor coupled to the crankshaft), so it has a nice touch of get-up-and-go, and yet the handling is smooth, predictable. Whether you're threading this car through slaloms at 60 mph or into a parking stall at 3 mph, you can be sure where the car is going with a more than adequate degree of certainty. This car brakes just fine, too, and every time you brake, the IMA recovers the kinetic energy by charging its battery. Now, don't get me wrong - there is no visceral, gut-wrenching pleasure in throttling this car past the triple- digit mark: Hybrids are meant for stamina. This car gives you the simple pleasure of driving a superbly engineered, comfortable ride - and not having to worry so much about the price of topping off at the pump. This car sports an 11 gallon tank that gives the car an average range of 450 miles, or about 7-8 hours driving time. This is the car Mad Max WOULD have driven, if given the chance - well, maybe that, a chip in the engine, twin turbos, and a supercapacitor rigged to the IMA...

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Nimble, yet predictable handling, spunky acceleration/braking, GREAT GAS MILEAGE.

Cons: Well, it won't tow a houseboat... but WHO CARES?

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWDReview
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This Is A Great Commuting Car, But Don't Expect To Win A Race. Against Anyone. — Besides an utter lack of acceleration, this car handles itself like a ultralight sports car. It handles brakes decently and handles phenomenally for a stock sedan. The civic is built very well, the break squeaks one in a blue moon, but only often enough to make you laugh. It hasn't needed any more than any more than the standard tune up in over 80,000 miles, including tires. Nice looking functional exterior, and a comfortable interior with gps system. The front bucket seats feel like you're sitting in a high performance race car. Great gas mileage, 39 mpg city, 42 mpg highway. The car has higher profile tires that are made to last.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great mileage, Good entertainment system.

Cons: No seat of the pants feeling, the steering is too responsive at high speeds, don't take your hands off the wheel.

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWDReview
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The Future — the performance is very poor as due to fuel saving, braking mainly uses engine power as it actually recharges the battery, handleing is fairly good, build quality is good, the fuel consumption is very low said to do 31 Km/L but i manage to get 17.6 Km/L which is good actually i manage to go 319Km in slightly more then quarter of the tank been used, fun factor hmm not a nice car to race but comfort is good but not on high speeds

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: to save the world

Cons: cant accelerate that fast

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWDReview
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A Superior Alternative To The Toyota Prius For Those Who Want A Hybrid Without Making A "statement." — The Good: Fantastic fuel economy, legroom galore, top-shelf build quality, loads of features to enjoy digital audio, drum-tight reliability, good a/c, great at 80, excellent safety features, great steering. The Bad: parking brake always rubs on leg, low power output, the auto climate control never worked right - I used the system manually, unable to use voice control for navigation system when driving, no fold-down rear seats, UGLY wheels, no moonroof

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: For a hybrid, this car was awesome to drive.

Cons: My only real gripes with the car include the parking brake rubbing on my leg and the weak power output (I'm a leadfoot.)

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWDReview
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Maybe Not The Economical Hybrid, But — was hoping for more mpg get 35 hway, epa says 45 which is a little high. Slow off the line, but what can you expect from a 110 HP engine. Accelerates from 30-80 very quickly though. The interior is well planned with an mp3 jack, stereo-iintegrated bluetooth but a very weak stereo which I am upgrading soon.

Pros: looks sharp and plenty of legroom, drives stable at 115 mph (only tried that once)

Cons: mpg, acceleration off the line

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2007 Honda Civic Hybrid FWDReview
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Gas Saver — 50 Miles to the gallon easy. The cool thing about it is that when you brake, you charge the battery using the kinetic energy of the car. It also shuts off the engine automatically at stop lights and signs and then restarts when you let off the brake

Pros: Saves gas

Cons: Very unresponsive  in acceleration

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Reviews From Other Years

2013 Honda Civic Hybrid Reviews

Super Commuter. By witii

Had never driven a civic or a hybrid before. Was looking for the best bang for the buck getting over 40 miles/gallon combined as my current commute is 130 mi/day . Did not want a hybrid but found that... Read More

2011 Honda Civic Hybrid Reviews

The Pinnacle Reliable Commuter Vehicle By vayu17

I loved pretty much everything about this car. It made me more conscious of how I drive to achieve a higher fuel economy. The car handled well in almost every situation. I drove this car across the... Read More

2010 Honda Civic Hybrid Reviews

If Its A Gas Problem Get It . By kpet27

WEll its ok not my favrite but it gets you where your going safely in time, less trips to the gasstation its pretty reliable not to roomy but not to crammed Not that bad of a look and pretty good hand... Read More

2009 Honda Civic Hybrid Reviews

Family Workhorse By Johncapozzi

Te 2009 Civic Hybrid has all the extras. Nav, Leather seats, great milage because it is a Hybrid. Handles great for a small car and has been able to be an everyday car as well as good for longer roa... Read More

Love It. By Paul

Great on gas, handles well, and is very comfortable. The amenities include navigation, XM radio, iPod hookup - all the things that make road trips more enjoyable. if only it could hold more luggage,... Read More

2008 Honda Civic Hybrid Reviews

Review By Laurie

Its a 2008 car with 160k miles on it...We didnt expect it to be perfect. Right now, it is just what we need. :) Read More

Great For The Commute To Work By Jeff

This car is a great improvement in gas mileage from my last car. The increase in MPG alone is about as much as a car payment. Rides and handles well. Good value for a used vehicle. I imagine this woul... Read More

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