10 Things You Should Know About the 2011 Honda Civic
#2. Civic Trims Include Stripped Down and Loaded
The best bargain in the 2011 Honda Civic lineup is the stripper DX trim, which features power windows and not much else - unless you consider steel wheels and tilt steering to be noteworthy inclusions on its equipment list. The DX doesn't even come with a stereo although Honda's Value Package trim will add one in for you, along with air conditioning.
At the other end of the spectrum is the Honda EX-L, which crams the Civic with comfort items such as heated leather seats, a sunroof, split folding rear seat and audio controls mounted on the steering wheel. 16-inch alloy wheels are also part of the EX-L experience.
In between the DX and the EX-L are the LX and the EX, which offer a mix and match approach to balancing features and price. The only upscale "option" to be found on the Honda Civic is a navigation system that also includes Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, and even this is grouped into the EX-L and EX with Satellite-Linked Navigation trims.