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Honda Reviews

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Good: Bigger than previous Civic with more room in the back. Independent rear suspension means better ride and handling. New 1.0 VTEC turbo petrol is excellent.
Bad: Magic Seats no longer a feature. 1.0 doesn't work well with the CVT.
Good: Superb performance and great handling. Not too difficult to live with day-to-day. Acceptable ride quality in Comfort setting despite 30 profile tyres.
Bad: Uncomfortable ride in +R mode. Poor turning circle. Navigation optional.
Good: Luxurious and more efficient than before. Softest riding and most stress-free SUV under £30,000. 1.6-litre i-DTEC is impressively refined and quiet.
Bad: Petrol engine not as good as the diesel. Five-speed petrol automatic irritating to drive.
Good: Highly practical and versatile thanks to 'magic' seats. Strong i-DTEC diesel. Diesel is good to drive.
Bad: Not available with four-wheel drive. Drivers expecting sportscar performance don't get on with the CVT-7
Good: Superbly practical and versatile. Plenty of room for four adults to travel in comfort. Much improved steering and handling. Impressive refinement on the motorway.
Bad: Only one engine choice which lacks low down response. Taller drivers may find legroom tight. Expensive to buy new.
Good: Attractive and futuristic looking supercar. Brilliant race track handling and performance. Easy to drive in town.
Bad: No storage space behind the seats. Boot is tiny. Interior doesn't feel particularly special for £137,000.
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