Written on: 13/03/2011 by fayej86 (1 review written)
This car it my first after passing my test at 23 yrs old and its fab! Very pratical and has enough room in the boot for 2 subs as well as my daughters large pram :) plus all the shopping. The power from the vtec is brill and is definately a piece of mind knowing its there if needed. The car is a mechanically sound car with no knocks or bangs, it feels very solid, which is what i was after since having my daughter with me constantly. I would definately recommend and my sister is looking for... (read more)
Written on: 04/11/2009 by Harrycobeans (1 review written)
I absolutely love my Honda Civic 1.6 SR VTec. It has just had it's 13th birthday and it can still push out power to excite from the outstanding VTec engine. My neighbour calls it my Formula 3 Civic. I have driven this car and I mean really driven it, the engine is outstanding and has never let me down. Despite the punishment I have delivered to this car, my only major expenditure has been a recently broken drive shaft (completely destroyed actually). I cannot reccomend this car enough,... (read more)
Written on: 01/10/2009 by Imagingworks (4 reviews written)
OK so I have only owned my Honda Civic 1.6 Vtec for 2 weeks but it is sooo good it has to be reviewed straight away!
Coming straight from a CR-V auto of the same year I was worried this might seem small and tinny but fear not this is a real car all right.
My mpg has averaged 44 over more than 200 miles, half in town half on a run so it does exactly what it says on the can (actual petrol useage not just the in-car meter) Reckon on 30 in town and nearly 50 on a run.
Plenty of room for four... (read more)
Written on: 27/06/2009
this Honda Civic 1.6 Vtec is an absolute gem of a pcket rocket, comung from a former volkswagen owner (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2009
The Honda civic 160i vtec is an absolute joy to drive, the high reving nature of the motor becomes addictive. It feels as if the engine is begging you to rev it to the redline. All that needs to be done to make it really fast is the cams, head, air induction, and free flow... (read more)
Written on: 29/09/2006 by dshvarts (2 reviews written)
It is a unique car, and they don't make them like this anymore. I had one for several years and got to love it each year more and more. Exceptionally comfortable driver and back-seat experience. Great control over driving in every possible aspect. Fantastic economy. In short, It is THE car for those who like to enjoy driving. Pure joy for the driver and the whole family. (read more)
Written on: 08/04/2006 by 163567433378 (4 reviews written)
Honda say in their blurb that they have never had a mechanical failure in their Vtec engines and I for one can believe them. The Civic 1.6 attached to the automatic gear box offers all one can ask for. But be prepared for 6500rpm for full performance, and the sound of that engine at full chat is as smooth as a babys bottom.
I loved it. I drove it hard and it never blinked once. Would I recommend it, you bet. (read more)
Written on: 20/01/2006 by saltrampen2 (22 reviews written)
I was disappointed with my first Honda Civic, although it feels more solid and better built than French cars, some examples seem to have many rattles, clunks, trim that doesn't fit exactly and they are not 100% mechanically relaible either. The engine note is not exactly encouraging you to push it either. Several examples I've driven sound like wooden blocks being shaken in a plastic container although semi- quietly in the background, but noticeable.
However it is large for its class and the... (read more)
Written on: 25/11/2005 by GiroJohn (60 reviews written)
The Honda Civic 1.6 Vtec is a good comfortable car for running about in. Can get off its mark when it needs to. MPG approx 38. (read more)
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