The Honda Civic, the Japanese brand's enduring hatchback, has carved out a strong reputation for reliability and value.
Introduced in the early 1970s and having since been through many generations, now into its tenth, the Honda Civic has become one of the brand's best-recognised models.
The current range starts from just under $23,000 with the VTi variant, with VTi-S, VTi-LX, and RS making up some of the range before the hot performance-oriented Civic Type R rounds out the top at just above $50,000.
The Honda Civic comes in a five-door hatch and four-door sedan body styles, and each is powered by a four-cylinder petrol engine. The higher specification models have turbocharged engines, though all except the Civic Type R use a continuously variable transmission.
How often should Honda Civic spark plugs be changed?
Early in its life, a new Honda Civic is best serviced under its manufacturer's servicing plan, though after this time (if desired) owners should take the advice of the manufacturer's official servicing department or a trusted mechanic as to when new spark plug are required. For older models, this will be variable based on the age and uses of the vehicle.
How often should Honda Civic tyres be rotated or changed?
Tyre replacement and rotation is best managed based on tyre care and the specifics of use, rather than a time period. A tyre dealership
How do you open a Honda Civic boot without the key?
From the driver's seat of your Honda Civic, the boot release button is located on the door, just ahead of the lower storage compartment, just to the right of where a driver's right leg would rest.
How do you change Honda Civic windshield wipers?
Honda Civic windshield wipers are relatively standard, and can be removed by releasing a latch where the blade meets the arm, before sliding the wiper blade and its structure off downwards. A new one will clip into place by being pushed back into the place of the old one. Most automotive parts stores will be able to help fit wipers sold there, if needed.