2003 Honda Civic
217,329 Miles
$4,000

Klamath Falls, OR
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2003 Honda Civic
82,702 Miles
$4,495

Minnetonka, MN
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2003 Honda Civic
188,397 Miles
$3,999

Concord, NC
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2003 Honda Civic
126,000 Miles
$3,195

Hopkins, MN
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2003 Honda Civic
144,199 Miles
$3,500

Howell, MI
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2003 Honda Civic
106,174 Miles
$4,991

Fort Payne, AL
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2003 Honda Civic
145,591 Miles
$4,111

Onalaska, WI
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2003 Honda Civic
179,596 Miles
$4,990

Eugene, OR
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2003 Honda Civic
188,190 Miles
$3,250

Huntersville, NC
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2003 Honda Civic
265,827 Miles
$2,960

Columbus, OH
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2003 Honda Civic
63,623 Miles
$7,992

Park Ridge, IL
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2003 Honda Civic
200,405 Miles
$3,495

Colorado Springs, CO
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2003 Honda Civic
135,267 Miles
$4,981

Orange Park, FL
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2003 Honda Civic
56,905 Miles
$7,995

Appleton, WI
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2003 Honda Civic
122,521 Miles
$6,800

Ogden, UT
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2003 Honda Civic
59,163 Miles
$6,900

Temecula, CA
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2003 Honda Civic
192,947 Miles
$2,969

Columbus, OH
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2003 Honda Civic
154,675 Miles
$5,000

Walnut Creek, CA
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2003 Honda Civic
98,154 Miles
$5,995

Woodinville, WA
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2003 Honda Civic Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0

2003 Honda Civic Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 Honda Civic - Love this car!

el
El Paso, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I love my Honda Civic Hybrid! I purchased it used when it was already 6 years old. It had approximately 85,000 miles. Despite that, it continues to run very well. The only issues I have had with it were that I had to replace the rechargeable battery in the back (retails around $5,000, but the dealer was able to get it down to $3,500) and something in the exhaust system had to be replaced (which was covered under the vehicle warranty). It is now over 160,000 miles and still runs wonderfully. There is very little rattling of any framing, the power windows still work, and it handles like a dream. The only downside to it is that if you have tall people sitting in the car, they may be a little squished. The backseat isn't the biggest but I have had people around 5' 8'' in my backseat. The t... (more)
Story
I use this vehicle for commute to work and for family travel.
Pros
Runs well even after 160,000 miles. No major issues.
Cons
Rechargeable battery gives out after about 90,000 miles and is not cheap to replace. Not the roomiest of cars but not bad.

2003 Honda Civic - Above average, Honda-loyalty rewarded

Jose
Rotterdam, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
I've always been a Honda guy and getting my first car was so exciting. I've driven five or six cars since, and this one still has a place in my heart. Odyssey is rugged enough for country and wintery conditions. It has longevity so even the lower middle class could consider it affordable, and it looked good. It wasn't a perfect car as the interior had some notable issues, but in general, it's still a great model in my sincere opinion. Overall, it performed very well for the majority of the years not requiring tons of maintenance or replacement parts, thank goodness. It held up to the harsh weather and even family vacation trips where driving could extend to three or more days straight. My father drives like a reckless madman, but even he was happy with its performance on the road. As m... (more)
Story
Because of the good winter conditions, I sometimes did doughnuts in our very spacey driveway in the snow. Slipping around like that - without burning out the tires too badly - was fun.
Pros
Reliable: After a decade and a half, the car still works and was clearly built sturdy and made to weather long use, unlike many cars. Many repairs have been needed, but the most important bits (engine and electronics) have remained in working condition all this time. Weather-tolerant: Drove acceptably even during or post harsh winter road conditions (ice, snow, sleet, etc.). A large local hill road would of been my death multiple times with a worse winter car. Affordably stylish: I've always liked the look of most Honda models and they rarely disappoint while often being affordable.
Cons
Interior size: As a very tall and broad male, the front passenger and driver seats are simply too small. Prolonged driving or accompanying led to bad leg cramps. Often led to me sitting in the back IN AN UNSAFE MANNER! Just to be seated comfortable. Rear view mirrors: Exterior mirrors were too fixed and in some situations where moving them would be ideal (traffic jams, tight parking, etc.), the mirrors' fixed bearings upset me. Material build-up: The lower body of the car around the wheels and below the trunk often accumulated dirt, mud, and snow in clumps because of the shape. This led to... (more)

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