Find the 2009 Honda Civic Owners Manual below. The 2009 Honda Civic is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains.
2009 Honda Civic Manual is one of the best performance cars of its time. It has excellent safety scores that make it a good family vehicle. The high fuel economy and a smooth ride are admired even today. A sleek look on the outside with good quality interiors attracts the buyers. This model has updated the exterior styling with the availability of Bluetooth and a USB port.
2009 Honda Civic Owners Manual comes in two body styles- sedan and coupe. The car uses high-quality materials for its interiors. It has an unusual dash that includes a gas gauge and speedometer at the base of the windshield. Many buyers feel that the two-tier display distracts, while some find it useful for a quick speed check. The model has well-placed controls that are easily accessible. Talking about the space, it has enough room along with great interior storage and refinement.
2009 Honda Civic 2009 Manual has a unique sheet metal that makes it different from other entry-level sedans and coupe models. It hasn’t changed much in terms of exterior design. New bumper design, new grille, and new headlights and taillights distinguish it from the 2008 model. Its front is designed like that of a minivan.
2009 Honda Civic Manual Features & Review
A 1.8-liter four-cylinder of the model returns 140 horsepower with 128 lb-ft torque. It is mated with five-speed manual transmission. Though, you will find a five-speed automatic option available. EPA estimates produced in the model are 25 mpg city and 36 mpg highway, which is pretty good.
Both the Coupe and Sedan models are offered in five trim levels, namely DX, LX, EX, EX-L, and Si. DX, the base model, provides 15-inch wheels, a tilt steering wheel, and the driver seat is height-adjustable. It also has power windows available. 2009 Honda Civic Owners Manual LX level has complete power features, cruise control, foldable rear seats, and keyless entry. Moreover, steel wheels are upgraded to 16-inch.
Civic EX level comes with alloy wheels of 16-inch, a six-speaker audio system, audio controls on the steering wheel, a USB input, and a sunroof. EX-L trim level adds up leather upholstery with heated front seats. Si, the last trim level, adds up features like alloy wheels of 17-inch, premium audio system, high-output engine, and sport seats. It also features sport-tuned suspension along with special interior trim.
A major setback of the 2009 Honda Civic Owners Manual is the unavailability of many standard features on the base model. Its low backseat space and access also possess problems for seating adults.