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Honda Civic

  • tickEnjoyable and comfortable to drive
  • tickThe petrol engines on offer are cracking
  • tickShould prove to be faultlessly reliable

Honda Civic Hatchback (2019 - )

Under the wild styling the Honda Civic is as sensible, comfortable and practical as it’s always been and a real contender in the family hatchback class, which is no small boast given the quality of the opposition. Honda’s reputation for reliability is backed up by excellent safety, it drives nicely and, though it’s not the poshest in its class, it’s a distinctive choice.
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Prices for the Civic are competitive without being particularly cheap, so it feels like good – if not exceptional – value for money. Likewise, resale values will be solid for the class. Against rivals it's likely to hold its value well and keep overall running costs competitive, though the new Golf’s focus on hybridisation will likely put scrutiny on others in the class on this score. In the meantime company drivers and those for whom CO2 figures have significant tax implications will be well-served by the diesel version’s sub-100g/km emissions but the smaller petrol engine is pretty good on this score too and on this engine there’s no tax penalty for choosing the automatic either.
Prices for the Civic are competitive without being particularly cheap, so it feels like good – if not exceptional – value for money. Likewise, resale values will be solid for the class. Against rivals it's likely to hold its value well and keep overall running costs competitive, though the new Golf’s focus on hybridisation will likely put scrutiny on others in the class on this score. In the meantime company drivers and those for whom CO2 figures have significant tax implications will be well-served by the diesel version’s sub-100g/km emissions but the smaller petrol engine is pretty good on this score too and on this engine there’s no tax penalty for choosing the automatic either.

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i-VTEC
£395 to £33,850
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VTEC Turbo
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