The Honda Civic is good to drive, has a big boot and comes with lots of standard kit. It still can’t match the Volkswagen Golf in terms of performance, handling or refinement, but the Civic offers a generously sized boot, good selection of technology and competitive servicing packages. It’s a shame the infotainment system is so poor, though.get the best price
EX trim adds extra safety kit including blindspot monitoring, plus you also get keyless entry and start, leather seats, adaptive dampers, passenger seat lumbar adjustment and a sunroof.
Engine: 1.6 i-DTEC
It’s not the most fuel-efficient engine in its class, according to official figures, but it’s not too far off and came out top in the family car sector in our True MPG real-world economy tests. Refinement isn’t great, with a bit too much din when you put your foot down, and the power band is rather narrow.
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