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As for the powerplant, the 2009 Civic was equipped with a 1.8L four-cylinder producing 140 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque, which makes for a spry-feeling little car. The Civic was offered with either a five-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission. The Civic completed its 0-60 mph run in 9.8 seconds with the automatic and 7.3 with the manual, reports Motorweek. If you opt for the performance-oriented Si, you get a 197-hp 2.0L powerplant paired only with a six-speed manual.




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There are more problems with the 2009 Honda Civic than with many other compact cars built the same year. The newer 2010 model is a much better choice with fewer complaints, and only costs around $200 dollars more on the used market.


Cracked engine blocks are still a problem happening around 50,000 miles. Engine failures are a common problem on models from 2006 through 2009, but the failure rate decreased over time. There was a class action suit over the engines to extend the warranty on some vehicles. Out of warranty, a new engine costs about $3,000.


Ranging in price from $5,811 to $11,334, depending on the model and mileage, the 2009 Civic is more expensive than other compact cars including the Elantra and Focus. When new, the price range was $15,305 to $24,305. Depreciation is average for the class, losing about 12% of its value each year on the used market.


A 2009 Honda Civic will last about 200,000 miles when properly cared for, but there are some engine problems on the 2006 through 2009 models. According to Repair Pal, regular annual maintenance costs are average for the class similar to the Corolla, at $375 per year.


Performance in the 2009 Honda Civic is average on the base models, but very good for a compact car when you upgrade to the Si model. The more powerful engine in the Si model takes the car from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 6.2 seconds.


The 2009 Honda Civic is a compact car, available as both a coupe and sedan. Space in the cabin of the sedan is adequate, with decent legroom in the back seats for adults. On the other hand, the back seats in the coupe are very cramped, only fitting children. Cargo space is average for the class with 12 cubic feet of room in the trunk, which is enough for 3 suitcases.


Another close rival is the Mazda3, which is in the same price range. The Mazda has better reliability ratings with fewer problems, and a more upscale interior. Where the Civic stands out is with more passenger room, and better infotainment technology. Overall, between the two cars, the Mazda3 is a better choice with a lower number of complaints for the 2009 model year.


No, the 2009 Honda Civic is not a good car. We reached our conclusion after considering 449 verified owner reviews, with a combined rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars. The positives include good performance compared to other compact cars, and better fuel economy than most competitors. Negatives include serious engine problems, and less technology than some rivals. Overall 2009 is a model year buyers should skip with serious improvements for 2010, only costing only about $200 more.


On top of low prices, Advance Auto Parts offers 4 different trusted brands of Rear Brake Rotors products for the 2009 Honda Civic. We only sell parts from trusted brands like Carquest so that you can find quality parts you can count on.


For the 2007 BTCC season, Team Halfords ran the new eighth-generation Honda Civics, built to the latest S2000 regulations, for Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden with limited success and continued to use the Civic into the 2008 and 2009 season. In both 2007 and 2008, the Civic allowed the team to finish 3rd in the Teams championship, behind the two manufacturer backed teams.


The problem is that most of the Civic's 128 pound-feet of torque resides in the upper reaches of the powerband, just above 4,300rpm. This means that off the line performance suffers, but once you get the Civic moving, it proves to be quite zippy. However, the power problem is compounded by the equipped five-speed automatic transmission that, while quite docile for commuting, always seems to be in too high of a gear for any sort of driving enjoyment. We reckon that, equipped with the manual gearbox, we'd have a car that was as fun to drive as the 2009 Fit Sport tested earlier, if that's the sort of thing you're after.


When Honda began planning the 2012 Civic back in 2009, the world's economies were in free-fall -- and this is where the problems began. Honda's CEO, Takanobu Ito, was unable to see past the financial climate of the day, and he brought the Civic's redesign to a screeching halt. The new model's wheelbase got shortened, and its feature set diminished to keep the sticker price down for cost-conscious consumers.


It's interesting to compare Honda's response to criticism of the 2012 Civic with its response to attacks on the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour. When the latter debuted on Facebook in September 2009, Honda fans were outraged, calling it one of the ugliest cars they'd seen. Honda said it was "listening", but its responses didn't prove it. Honda reps tried to explain the new model by saying that the pics on Facebook didn't do it justice, and in the end, the Crosstour isn't for everyone. So there. 041b061a72


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