The Pros & Cons of a Honda Civic Hybrid


Are you having a rough time making it in these tough economic times? Are petrol prices putting a serious crimp in your budget? If so, you might consider the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid for your next used car purchase. This is a hybrid vehicle that doesn’t run solely on petrol but also takes advantage of an electric motor. As a result, better gas mileage is obtained as well as lower emissions. Not only is the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid friendlier to the wallet but the environment as well. This vehicle will get an average of 40 miles per gallon in the city and 45 on the highway.

The 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid comes equipped with the Honda Satellite Linked Navigation system. This comes with voice recognition as well as a 160 watt CD audio system. In keeping with the modern technology within the car, the outside is updated as well. Featuring a long windshield as well as a rear deck spoiler, the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid has a modern look.

Safety is another benefit to choosing the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid for your next vehicle. It comes with side curtain airbags. Additionally, there are dual stage airbags in the front of the car and side impact beams. The brakes on this hybrid are anti-lock brakes. To make it easier to install a child’s seat and to ensure greater safety, a latch system is part of the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid. This makes it not only easier to place the car seat in but it provides extra protection in the event of a crash. Another safety feature is a monitoring system that keeps an eye on the pressure of you tires. When their pressure gets below a specified amount, a light will coming on the dashboard notifying you that you have a loss of tire pressure.


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