2009 Honda Civic Staten Island NY

The compact Honda Civic has been in production since 1972. Over the years, it has been manufactured in many different body styles with countless engine choices. Now in its eighth generation (last redesigned for 2006), the Civic is offered in a choice between coupe and sedan.

Honda Of Staten Island
(718) 720-1100
1232 Hylan Blvd
Staten Island, NY
 
Honda Authorize
(973) 705-9300
75 US Highway 22
Hillside, NJ
 
Metro Honda
(201) 451-7111
540 State Rt 440
Jersey City, NJ
 
Honda Of Route 22
(973) 705-9100
165 Lyons Ave
Newark, NJ
 
Freedom Honda
(732) 671-1073
656 State Route 35
Middletown, NJ
 
American Honda Motor Co Inc
(973) 589-1712
121 Tyler St
Newark, NJ
 
Honda Of Route 22
(973) 923-6473
75 US Highway 22
Hillside, NJ
 
Honda Authorized Sales & Service
(973) 705-9300
1477 N Broad St
Hillside, NJ
 
Honda Osamu
(212) 226-7777
347 W Broadway Apt 6
New York, NY
 
Open Road Honda-Isuzu-Mazda
(732) 985-0290
US Highway 1 N
Edison, NJ
 

2009 Honda Civic

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2009 Honda Civic
The compact Honda Civic has been in production since 1972. Over the years, it has been manufactured in many different body styles with countless engine choices. Now in its eighth generation (last redesigned for 2006), the Civic is offered in a choice between coupe and sedan. Engine choices include both gasoline, hybrid and natural gas models. The standard engine is a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder driving the front wheels. A 5-speed manual transmission is standard, with a 5-speed automatic optional. The EPA rates the Honda Civic's fuel economy at 25 mpg city and 36 mpg highway with the automatic transmission. The Hybrid model earned ratings of 40 mpg city and 45 mpg highway. The suspension on all models is independent in the front, with a multi-link design in the rear. Brakes are front disc/rear drum on most models (the EX/EX-L and performance-tuned Si models receive disc brakes on all four corners). Anti-lock braking control (ABS) is standard. In our 2008 Initial Quality Study (IQS), the industry benchmark for new-vehicle quality measured at 90 days of ownership, the Honda Civic ranked highest in its segment. The Honda also proved itself in crash testing when it earned "5-star" crash test scores from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The popular car also earned a "Top Safety Pick" designation (2009 models with optional stability control) from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)"just keep in mind that frontal crash ratings for small cars apply only if the car impacts another vehicle of about the same size and weight.

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