TO THE POINTWhat’s New? The 2006 Honda Civic Sedan features a radical new exterior look, an innovative interior, and quantum leaps in performance, comfort, refinement, and efficiency. Selling Points: Sleek styling, sophisticated engineering, comfortable seats front and rear, lots of standard safety equipment, reputation for reliability, excellent fuel economy Deal Breakers: Funky dash design Our Advice: For stylish, affordable, safe, economical, and reliable transportation, it’s hard to argue against the redesigned 2006 Honda Civic.
Immediately, the 2006 Honda Civic Sedan’s added refinement is noticeable, both in terms of cabin comfort and engineering. Quiet and responsive, the silky powertrain provides good punch off the line, managed by a fluid gearbox and a light clutch. The steering is linear and quick, and the brake pedal feels great underfoot. The Civic Sedan is definitely your friend in the city, where the only thing to intrude upon your surroundings – aside from rude drivers quick to use the horn – is impact harshness from potholes. Most of the time, the ride is composed, but a bit soft.