There is a definite reason why Honda puts out popular models year after year, and the 2009 Honda Civic is not a surprise to people in the know. A triple threat, the 2009 Honda Civic is in a class by itself in economy, ecology, and value, priced at only $15,505 MSRP. Offering gas mileage of 26 miles per gallon in the city and 34 miles per gallon on the highway, the Honda Civic Sedan is an excellent automobile on more than one level.
With a 1.8 Liter, 16 valve engine that puts out 140 Horsepower, the 2009 Honda Civic can hold it’s own with any car in this class. A MacPherson strut front suspension, multi-link rear suspension, and power assisted rack-and-pinion steering allow this Honda to have a smooth and level ride. A 5-speed manual transmission is standard on the 2009 Honda Civic, with an automatic transmission optional. The power assisted front disc and rear drum brakes are more than capable than needed for their purpose.
The exterior of the 2009 Honda Civic Sedan looks like a much more expensive automobile, with 15 inch wheels, full wheel covers, an integrated rear window antenna, and sharp design lines. The multi-reflector halogen headlights and 2 speed intermittent windshield wipers are a nice touch.
On the interior, the Honda Civic Sedan has many of the comforts of home, including vanity mirrors. Front and rear beverage holders, power window, and a rear window defroster with a timer a just a few of the features. The fold down rear seatback and tilting and telescopic steering column complete a comfortable driving experience for a 2009 Honda Civic owner.
Honda obviously spent a considerable amount of time and money developing the safety features on the 2009 Honda Civic, and it shows. Offering 3 point seat belts for all occupants, lower anchors and tethers for children and a driver and passenger front seat belt reminder, the 2009 Honda Civic has all the safety bells and whistles. The dual stage, dual threshold front and side airbags and side curtain airbags will no doubt save many lives. Featuring an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake distribution, side impact door beams and a tire pressure monitoring system the Honda Civic far exceeds most automobiles in this class.
The value of the 2009 Honda Civic Sedan is amazing, consumers usually do not get this quality of vehicle at such an affordable price. As for dependability, take a look around at how many 15 year old Honda cars you still see on the road, and the answer is obvious. I’ll see you at the Honda Dealership soon.