Power and Associates content by site visitors for their personal use. For 2009, buyers can opt for a leather-trimmed interior. Honda's numbers for this recall are B0K and L0J. The only complaint I have about this car is that the interior lights don't come on automatically when you open the driver's door. It's been a daily driver. I was never notified and it is now too late to get a refund on my flight and hotel hundreds of dollars and I am hoping that I will receive my deposit back.
Some test drivers called the Civic Hybrid slow, but most said trading speed for fuel economy is worth it. I routinely get 53 mpg and have gotten as much as 56 mpg a few times. This car is loaded, likely in an appeal to tech-savvy hybrid shoppers. Power and Associates® is a registered trademark of J. The hybrid now has stability control as standard, and a leather-trimmed interior is optional—which might put off vegan eco-warriors.
For 2009, the nav system includes Bluetooth capabilities for hands-free calling. I've always felt safe, comfortable and worry free while driving it. The powertrain consists of a 1. I don't like getting into a completely dark car at night. But I always keep up with the maintenance. There's not an abundance of headroom in back, either. Electronic stability control is newly standard for 2009.
Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138. Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138. This engine runs strong and always starts the first time. The system at work in the 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid actually has five modes that let the electrics and gas engine come together in different ways, including allowing the Civic Hybrid to run on electric power alone. Optional safety features aren't available on this 2009 Honda, but the standard features are enough to satisfy even the most worried drivers. Owners may contact Honda customer service at 1-888-234-2138.
The hybrid is the best of both worlds!! I am sure this car will continue going for a very long time. For 2009, a leather-trimmed interior is available. Honda's numbers for this recall are O07, Y0A, N06, G05, M04, Y01, and O09. Since I had owned a brand new Honda many years ago, kept it a long time, loved driving it, and knew Honda's reputation to be as good as it is, I had no reservations that this 2009 car was a good match for me. Battery has never done problems and mpg still going up! The only problem is the seats, not very comforting for a 500 mile round trip. The powertrain consists of a 1. The engine by itself produces 93 horsepower, assisted by a 20-horsepower electric motor.
The Civic Hybrid has a great safety score. Interior room is incredible, however, for what is ostensibly a compact car. Power and Associates, other than printing copies of the J. But the next place where I managed to buy a car was scrupulous about upholding arrangements as we put the deal together. My last car was a very beetle with endless problems. My biggest struggle, and not a Honda or CarMax issue is the tiny trunk.
Inside the Hybrid, the futuristic look is somewhat fitting. The 2009 Civic Hybrid doesn't disappoint, offering a full range of safety equipment and top scores on almost all crash tests. The recall is expected to begin June 1, 2018. Electronic stability control is newly standard on the Civic Hybrid for 2009. We spoke a couple of times on the phone and I assured them the financing was coming through, and it did - when I called to confirm and arrange to complete the purchase, I was told someone else at the dealership went ahead and sold the car.
The ride is a bit busy, too. I have had very little maintenance with this car aside from replacing the oil every 3K miles and the tires every few years. Other Cars to Consider Aside from the powertrain, the is a lot like the Civic Hybrid. Drives fast and the interior attracts Me more and more. There is no folding rear seat in the 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid, because the battery pack lives between the rear seats and the trunk.
Best car I have ever owned. . Every 2009 Civic gets dual airbags, side and side curtain airbags, and anti-lock brakes. When it was new, the Civic Hybrid was expensive for the class because, in addition to its hybrid powertrain, it came with lots of standard interior and safety features. The airbag was recalled last year so I went to the dealer to have it changed out for free.