As Honda's best-known and best-loved car, this Civic arrives with a total makeover ready to give the competition another five-year run for its money. Long considered the standard by which all other compacts are measured, the Civic continues to lure buyers with its impressive fuel economy, unrivaled reliability and repair history and class-leading resale values. Once considered the Civic's only weak point, exterior styling is now one of the car's most appealing attributes. With its sharply raked windshield and low profile, the sleek Civic Coupe looks like nothing else on the road. The car's appeal to younger drivers has put Honda back into the good graces of the tuner and aftermarket crowd. Additionally, due to its status as a Hybrid, with EPA gas mileage estimates of 49 mpg in the city and 51 on the highway, was more fuel-efficient than the prior-generation model. It used a new version of Honda's Integrated Motor Assist system, which the company said allowed the car to operate on the electric motor alone when cruising conditions were right.
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