2011 Honda Civic Hybrid Values
First found on United States roadways in 2002, the 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid is presided by the expectations of stellar gasoline consumption. Achieving 40 miles city and 43 miles highway per gallon as fuel economy, 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid models uses a modest 1.3 liter four-cylinder gasoline engine in unison with a 15-kilowatt electric motor. The combined powertrain called Honda's Integrated Motor Assist hybrid technology sends 110 horsepower through a continuously variable transmission. All components related to the hybrid operations of this Honda Civic is covered under an 8-year/100,000-mile warranty. Standard equipment for the 2011 Civic Hybrid includes front, side and curtain airbags, Honda's Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control, cruise control as well as dual 12-volt power outlets. Bluetooth connectivity, leather seating and a navigation system can opted for 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid sedans.Read more Read less
The Honda Civic is largely unchanged for 2011.
Sporty driving feel; hybrid availability; reputation for reliability; strong resale value
With two body styles, basic, luxurious, or high-performance Si guise as well as green-focused Hybrid and natural-gas GX sedans, the Honda Civic is offered in a very wide range of models to suit the wants of small-car shoppers looking for anything from simple, cost-conscious transportation to full-featured touring. In its most basic form, the Honda Civic DX feels more sophisticated and refined than most vehicles in its price range, with a perky engine, quick handling and good ride comfort. The Civic is also one of the few small cars that offers leather upholstery and a full-featured in-dash navigation system. Meanwhile, green shoppers have a choice of both gas-electric hybrid and natural gas models. Finally, the Civic's longstanding reputation for resale value and reliability remain among the best among small cars.
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