2018 Honda Civic Ex L Owners Manual
I am a longtime Toyota owner, and recently gave my 2006 Toyota Camry SE V6 (130K) to my daughter, and was in the market for another Camry. I test drove the 2018 Camry SE, and had plans to buy it, but one day on my way to work I saw a Honda Civic Sport, loved the way it looked and started to do some research. That brought me to the Civic Si, and after a test drive, I loved it. It's priced about $2500 less than the Camry SE, gets about the same gas mileage, but has 6 speed manual! After a couple of months of back and forth negotiations, I came out with the Si for $22K. Without getting into to much details.this car is fast. And it handles the road like an expensive sports car.
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It begs you to drive it hard, and it rewards you for it. The only thing I don't like is that people are always coming up on my bumper or to my side wanting to race or see if they can beat me. It is a bit annoying as I am 50 years old and left my adolescence a long, long time ago. Had the car for 45 days now, I drove it as a joke as I wanted to drive every 2018 in their line-up and I did, far and away the Civic, blew me away after owning 4 Accords in a row. I traded my 2011 Accord EXL in and its 8 inches shorter and has essentially the same cabin space. Yamaha Exciter 570 Snowmobile Manual more.
My major complaint is there are only three cup holders all located in the center counsel. They should have bubbled out the doors (all 4) and added 4 more cup holders. If you have owned a bunch of honda's in a row like me the technology is not quirky at all, you get the growth progression. Navigation is good, but sucks you can't use it while driving, quick fix is to program all of your locations and name and save them in advance, that way you can use them while in motion. The navigation is a built in Garmin and even tells you the posted speed limit on the road so you know how fast to go, a very important piece as the car has an eco mode (which I get 40-48 miles to the gallon on the highway driving like a normal human being), then you can pop it out of eco, in to normal drive and your car is extremely fast with the 1.5 turbo, you think it's quick in that mode, drop it into 'S' for Sport Mode and hold onto your seats the car is fast. I've had several cars at stop lights or on the highway drive up and want to race.
Yes, I've lost twice, I've beaten low end mustangs and camaro's with ease, I've beaten the SI Focus, and the SI Fiesta. Some upper level sport cars have gotten me but they rolled down their window at the stop light and couldn't believe they barely beat me. The brakes are phenomenal and so is the acceleration, the heated seats are the best I've ever had, the A/C doesn't have vents to the back seat.but that's not a deal breaker, my kids can still get cooled off it just takes a little longer. The leather is high-end and very comfortable. This is a driver's car for sure and your listening to an Accord lover. I test drove the new Accord that has the same engine and it was just okay, it was heavier, slower, bigger, and didn't have as much excitement on the inside, 'yes,' it had more cup holders and was a little more luxurious, whereas the Civic is a little more edgy and sporty.