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It was about 40 years ago today my partner and myself bought our first Honda Civic. It was a 1981 Civic Hatchback, 5 speed, sage in colour with a tan interior and coco mats. Since then, I have owned and driven countless Hondas. And even though Honda had great models such as the Accord, the Prelude, CRV, Pilot etc. I have always felt most comfortable in a Civic. (I consider the CRX and Del Sol to be part of the Civic family). The Civic was the choice compact car since its inception and continues to hold that honour to this day. At times it was conservative in its available options and features, but it was always and continues to be miles ahead of its competition when it comes to safety, engine technology, suspension, transmissions, and brakes. Owners of Honda Civics know that they can drive their cars hard and they will not break. They are sporty and fun to drive, love to corner and have enough power to get you in and out of trouble.
Today I am trading in my 2016 Honda Civic LX sedan 6 speed. I have kept this car longer than any car in my life - 4 ½ years and 160,000 kilometers. This has been the best Honda I have ever owned. I have done oil changes when recommended, air and cabin filters, one brake service and one transmission oil change. The original set of tires lasted 116,000 kms. I have not touched the clutch, brake pads, rotors, battery, struts, drive shafts, or spark plugs. The interior is not showing any wear at all. Like any maintained Honda, accumulated mileage does not negatively impact the cars drivability. I was planning on keeping my 2016 longer but Honda will not have a standard transmission in this model in 2021 and I have no idea of what the 2022 Civic will bring as it will be an all new model. I managed to have my dealer find one of the few remaining new 6 speed manual Civics in the province.Honda also has enough incentives for current owners to make this transaction as painless as possible.
So…. Goodbye “Alleged Red” and hello to (what am I going to call a white car?)
Randy P. - October 2020