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
SR trim is our pick. Over SE trim, this adds a leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear knob, automatic wipers, driver seat lumbar adjustment, power mirrors and a reversing camera for not a lot more money.,
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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