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When people consider which used car represents the best value in terms of reliability Honda will inevitably top most lists. The Honda brand is synonymous with reliability, build quality and unparalleled precision engineering on such a mass scale. This is borne out in the fact that we regularly see Hondas that are well over ten years old on our roads. If you want to buy one visit Motors.co.uk.
The Honda Civic is a mainstay of British and world motoring. The Civic is one of those brands that survives the passage of time and appears to re-emerge stronger with each generation. Most modern motorists will be familiar with the elegant, sturdy and sedate Civics produced around ten years ago. They seem to have a never ending lifespan and it is therefore little wonder that they represent one of the most common searches on used car websites.
The newest eighth generation Honda Civics are an attempt to combine Honda's trademark build quality with challenging space age designs, and if you listen to the critics they've achieved this in spades. Sporty editions like the Type R are due to resurface this year but in the meantime there's the punchy i-VTEC and the 2.2 litre diesel to satisfy those who demand power.
The Honda Civic Hybrid is a worthy challenger to brands like the Toyota Prius and demonstrates Honda's keenness to push technological boundaries and carry on developing the ground-breaking engineering feats that they have become renowned for (we're all familiar with Asimo, Honda's lifelike robot).
The Honda Civic has been on sale since 1973 and is unquestionably one the most iconic brand names in modern motoring. The Civic has been Canada's top seller for 14 years and for a spell in 2008 it even topped the US chart. As long as Honda retains its reputation for build quality we can expect the Civic to feature on our roads for the foreseeable future - no doubt the latest Civics will still be travelling Britain's roads ten years from now if the longevity of their forefathers is anything to go by.
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