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2020 Honda Civic OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Reliability
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Palm Valley, Florida
5.0
The Honda Civic Reliability Rating is 4.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 3rd out of 36 for compact cars. The average annual repair cost is $368 which means it has excellent ownership costs.
This Honda has a wide range of potent engine options. The base engine in the Civic sedan LX and Sport trims is a 158-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder. It has plenty of power, but there are a few more-potent options available.
Austin, Texas
4.0
Cheap, good quality vehicle.
It's a great car at an excellent price. You could pay twice the price for a slightly better car, but the Honda Civic gets you 90% of the way there for 50% of the price. It's a sturdy, reliable, and good-quality car. Honda is a brand known for producing durable workhorse vehicles, and the Civic is no exception. It's functional, light on the wallet, and gets you where you need to go. It's a budget car, but it doesn't feel cheaply made at all--in fact, it looks pretty sexy. All in all, it's definitely worth the purchase, and it's a steal at the price it sells for.

Honda Civic News

  • Driven: 2020 Honda Civic

    The Honda Civic, now in its tenth generation, is one of the longest-running and most popular vehicles of all time. The 2020 Civic sedan, hatchback, and coupe have all been updated recently, with changes including revised bumpers, a new touchscreen, more sound insulation, and a newly available manual transmission for the Sport Touring model.