Honda Civic 2003

500 Honda Cars, Minivans, SUVs and Pickup Trucks: Recall Alert

By Patrick Masterson on May 16, 2018

Vehicles Affected: Approximately 500 model-year 2003-12 Honda Accord sedans and Pilot minivans; model-year 2010 Accord Crosstour wagons; model-year 2001-11 Civic cars; model-year 2002-11 CR-V SUVs;... Read More
AZCentral.com's view

September 27, 2002

Probably the most extraordinary thing about the Honda Civic Hybrid is its very ordinariness. Beneath its placid exterior, the Hybrid is an electronic marvel designed to wring optimal mileage from e... Read More
The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

September 15, 2002

We buy much of our oil from Middle East countries, so few will dispute that the United States needs to get a bit more sensible about fuel economy. That’s why hybrid electric vehicles have so... Read More
The Detroit News's view

September 4, 2002

The automotive “green” movement goes mainstream for the first time with the arrival of the 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid. The be... Read More
The Sacramento Bee's view

August 9, 2002

Want a green car? And I don’t mean color; I’m talking environmentally friendly. A year ago, I would have instantly responded to the green question with the words, “Toyota Prius.&#... Read More
Our view: 2003 Honda Civic

August 5, 2002

While we don’t normally spend time giving tax advice or plugging the Internal Revenue Service, here’s an automatic exemption that is sure to save you some hard-earned cash, if not time ... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

August 3, 2002

Until this year, Honda’s only gas-electric hybrid was the Insight, a two-passenger coupe designed for maximum mileage. The Insight sipped surprisingly little fuel, but its special purpose des... Read More
Cincinnati.com's view

July 20, 2002

It came to me in an epiphany as I was driving the car of the week – an almost electric flash, which was appropriate, considering what I was driving. I had long puzzled over why Honda has made... Read More
Boston.com's view

May 26, 2002

So many of the vehicles I test week after week are either sleek and powerful or huge, boxy, and powerful. All of them share a common trait: They suck gasoline in a way that would never sell in hug... Read More
Los Angeles Times's view

April 17, 2002

It is weird, sitting at a stoplight with the engine off and the tachometer needle resting motionless on 0. But that’s motoring in the brave new world of hybrid vehicles, in which a combinati... Read More
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