About This Vehicle
Standout styling; fuel economy; plenty of green choices with Hybrid and natural-gas GX; safety features; reputation for reliability
Honda's Civic line was completely redesigned and revamped for 2006, with a sleeker, more rakish body style, more standard equipment, and revised powertrains and components throughout, so for 2007 the news is relatively minor.A new high-performance Si sedan joins the lineup and features the same equipment (including the powerful 197-horsepower engine) as the Si coupe. Also, the...
Honda has built a longstanding reputation with the Civic, as being one of the sportiest, most fun-to-drive small cars, yet one with the highest fuel economy and lowest emissions. The 2007 Civic, fresh of last year's redesign, adds a new emphasis on styling, safety, and has more standard equipment, at a very competitive price.
The 2007 Honda Civic comes as six distinct models: sedan, coupe, Si sedan, Si coupe, Hybrid sedan, and natural-gas GX sedan.The sedan and coupe both have a 1.8L i-VTEC four-cylinder engine, making 140 horsepower and 128 lb-ft of torque. A five-speed manual is standard. The sedan and coupe meet ULEV-II emissions standard in all 50 states.The Si Sedan and Coupe step up to an especially...