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  • “It has a sleek new aerodynamic body with a sweeping roofline, rakish windshield angle and low, wide stance. Interiors are blessed with more style and function.” — MSN Autos
  • “...more power and more standard features than before...But there's also a higher pricetag...” — Cars.com
  • “The 2006 Civic is more than competitive, with a nicer interior than the Mazda3; more refinement than the Chevrolet Cobalt, Ford Focus and Toyota Corolla; and better fuel economy -- as a model line -- than all.” — Cars.com
  • “Trunk capacity...in the coupe...actually shrunk a bit this year.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...for larger adults, the Civic Si's rear quarters should be used only for short distances.” — AutoSite.com
  • “This Honda Civic Si is a slick piece of work for less than $20,000.” — AutoSite.com
  • “...creature comforts like power windows with driver's one-touch up and down, a one-touch open and close power sunroof, a 350-watt audio system with six speakers and an eight-inch subwoofer, an auxiliary input jack for an iPod or other portable music equipment, and red ambient lighting for the center console -- just like in a BMW.” — AutoSite.com
  • “Whichever model you choose, it's pretty hard to go wrong with the Civic.” — Edmunds.com
  • “My test Civic was pretty much a fuel miser, delivering an estimated 30 mpg in the city and 40 on the highway with the automatic transmission -- or 30 and 38 with the manual gearbox.” — MSN Autos
  • “Such a car was the stuff of science fiction 10 years ago.” — Los Angeles Times
  • “...loaded like Tara Reid on Ibiza...” — Los Angeles Times
  • “...it's packed with safety features, everything from compatibility-minded body structures (helping to protect occupants in collisions with heavier, higher vehicles such as SUVs) to an energy-absorbing hood to help lessen impacts to pedestrians.” — Los Angeles Times

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