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2022 Honda Civic Test Drive Video Review

By Staff Posted on June 15, 2022
The Civic has topped the 'best compact car' lists for decades for its consistent balance of quality, performance and practicality. The 2022 model-year redesign adds more improvements with extensive standard equipment, a high-quality stylish interior and a new powertrain lineup that comes at a range of price points intended to have something for everyone.
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