Kelley Blue Book Value®
$4,436 - $8,736
Used Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
30 City / 39 HWY
Horsepower
113-197
Seats
5
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Kelley Blue Book Value®
$4,436 - $8,736
Used Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
30 City / 39 HWY
Horsepower
113-197
Seats
5

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2007 Honda Civic Owner Reviews

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Honda civic: reliable and long lasting.

2007 Honda Civic EX Coupe

I love my Honda. It is reliable, fuel efficient, and fun to drive. It meets all the requisites I had prior to purchasing a car: it is a coupe, has a sunroof, and a manual transmission. My car looks great and is easy to drive. I get great gas mileage. And the trunk is huge. I got a coupe to avoid having passengers, but if I do, they can still fit in the backseat comfortably. The seats have great lumbar support. The console is roomy and there are two cup holders. My car has a stereo, CD player, auxiliary connection, and is satellite radio ready. There is a built in security system and remote entry. The display is digital and the brightness is adjustable. It also has cruise control. My car runs well with regular maintenance and I have never had any major issues. I like that I am able to control the stereo with controls on the steering wheel. My car is 12 years old so the buttons on the steering wheel have faded a bit. The interior has held up incredibly well. There is a small compartment to the left of the steering wheel which is the perfect place to keep my mailbox or spare house key. The leather around the gear shift has cracked a bit over time. There is also a space behind the gear shift where I keep my mp3 player, phone charger, cords, etc. There is also a coin tray. . One of the issues with my car is that the sun visors have cracked and stay in the downward position. I have used large binder clips to hold them in the correct position and am still able to use them. If I use the rear defrost every station on the radio becomes static.

- Renee T

Honda Civic 07 manual transmission.

2007 Honda Civic

I bought a stick shift Honda Civic as my first vehicle because I wanted to learn how to drive stick shift. It is a good car but like all cars repairs are expensive. Driving manual in the city where I go to school is bothersome and I plan on purchasing an automatic for my next vehicle. My family has always purchased Hondas and I am open to buying other vehicle brands but am not well versed in my knowledge of vehicles. The seats are not that comfortable because the car sits very low to the ground. The clutch and transmission have gone out once while I owned the vehicle, which was quite expensive to repair/replace. The mph gage is digital which is pretty cool along with the AUX being available to listen to music from one's phone. Overall the car is good and I would recommend it to others. If I would choose again though I would pick an automatic just because it is more simple and better for driving in cities and whatnot. Hondas tend to get a lot of miles and my vehicle has over 100, 000 miles on it and is still going strong. I plan on using it until the cost outweighs the benefit of owning it. I purchased the vehicle up front. I tend to have to fill the tires with air often which is annoying during winter months. This could just be from the tires that are selected. I don't really know much about cars so I tend to take the dealership at their word. This may make it more expensive to upkeep.

- Jacob B

2007 Honda Civic: reliable and comfy.

2007 Honda Civic

I am over all very happy with this vehicle. Problems I have had are as follows: the roof lining came down. It was easily fixed, but was an annoyance. The steering wheel needs replaced. The black is coming off and ends up on my hands and clothes constantly. Getting a new steering wheel is pretty pricey. I also had to buy a new key fob which was also expensive. The windshield has a huge scratch in it and needs replaced. The performance of the vehicle is good. There have been no major issues with the car. We did have to have the air conditioner motor replaced because it stopped working. The brakes have not been replaced and seem to still be great. I did get a flat tire at one point and when we put the spare on, it blew as well. The reliability of this car is amazing. It starts every time. Nothing major has been replaced to keep the vehicle running. The air conditioner and heater work great. They are fire hot and ice cold respectively. The car itself is fairly comfortable. There are no crazy features in this car. It is fairly standard. The radio is ok. A lot of the stations are a little staticky. The antenna probably needs replaced. The speakers in the back seat of the vehicle are also blown and need replaced. The cloth seats are a little hard to keep clean. The center console and the door handles get really gross from elbows sitting on them constantly.

- Ariel R

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Key Specs

Overview

Horsepower

Horsepower
140 hp
113 hp

Engine Type

Engine Type
1.8L SOHC MPFI 16
1.8L SOHC MPFI 16

Interior Features

Convenience & Comfort

Power Windows

Power Windows

Rear Defrost

Rear Defrost

Power Steering

Power Steering

Dimensions

Front Leg Room

Front Leg Room
42.6 in.
42.2 in.

Front Head Room

Front Head Room
38 in.
39.4 in.

Rear Leg Room

Rear Leg Room
30.3 in.
34.6 in.

Second Head Room

Second Head Room
35.1 in.
37.4 in.

Trunk Volume

Trunk Volume
11.5 cu. ft.
6 cu. ft.

Entertainment

MP3 Player

MP3 Player
Optional

CD Player

CD Player
Optional

Seats

Passengers

Passengers
5
5

Exterior Features

Accessories

Standard Wheels

Standard Wheels
Steel
Steel

Rear Spoiler

Rear Spoiler
Optional

Dimensions

Tire Width

Tire Width
P195/65HR15
P195/65HR15

Wheelbase

Wheelbase
104.3 in.
106.3 in.

Turning Radius

Turning Radius
35.4 ft.
34.8 ft.

Length

Length
174.8 in.
176.7 in.

Width

Width
68.9 in.
69 in.

Mechanical Specs

Engine & Performance

Weight

Weight
2586 - 2650 lbs.
2904 lbs.

Horsepower

Horsepower
140 hp
113 hp

Torque

Torque
128 ft. lbs.
109 ft. lbs.

Maximum Tongue Weight

Maximum Tongue Weight

Engine Cylinders

Engine Cylinders
4 Cylinder
4 Cylinder

Drivetrain

Drivetrain
Front Wheel Drive
Front Wheel Drive

Fuel

Fuel Capacity

Fuel Capacity
13.2 gal.
8 gal.

Combined

Combined
34 mpg
34 mpg

City

City
30 mpg
28 mpg

Highway

Highway
38 - 40 mpg
39 mpg

Safety Features

Features

Spare Tire

Spare Tire
Temporary Spare Tire
Temporary Spare Tire

ABS Brakes

ABS Brakes

Air Bags

Driver Airbag

Driver Airbag

Passenger Airbag

Passenger Airbag

Front Side Airbag

Front Side Airbag

Front Head Airbag

Front Head Airbag

Passenger Airbag Sensor

Passenger Airbag Sensor

Safety & Reliability

NHTSA Crash Test
  • Front

  • Overall

  • Rollover

  • Side

*National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

IIHS Crash Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front

  • Side

  • Roof Strength

    N/A
  • Driver-side Overlap Front

    N/A

*Insurance Institute for Highway Safety