2007 Honda Civic EX Specifications

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The Honda Civic debuted in 1973 as a fast, fuel-efficient sedan or hatchback. Through each generation the Civic evolved, and the eighth edition (including the 2007 model) boasted a more futuristic design both inside and out. This model featured a sloped windshield and complicated dashboard design.

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Exterior Features

The 2007 Honda Civic EX was available in two-door coupe and four-door sedan models. Both models featured daytime running lights, luxury trim, and body-coloured front and rear bumpers. The coupe was 2 inches shorter in length with a boot spoiler, and the sedan featured body side moulding. Exterior colour options included alabaster silver metallic, galaxy grey metallic, taffeta white, nighthawk black pearl, atomic blue metallic, royal blue pearl, and rally red. Interior colour options were black cloth, black premium cloth, grey cloth, and ivory cloth.

Interior Features

Interior options included air conditioning, power windows, doors and mirrors, cruise control, AM/FM radio and CD player, courtesy lights, cup holders, external temperature indicator, remote locks, power steering, tilt steering, filtered ventilation system, rear defogger, sunroof, steering wheel mounted audio controls radio data information system and navigation system.

Safety Features

Anti-theft device, front driver and passenger airbags, front and rear side airbags, adjustable seats and headrests and three-point rear seat belts.

Technical Specifications

The 2007 Honda Civic EX has a 1.8 litre, four-cylinder fuel injection engine with 140 horsepower It boasts four-wheel independent transmission. It can get up to 30 to 40mpg and has 13.2 gallon fuel tank. It has four-wheel ABS disc brakes, steel rims and all-season 205/55R16 tires..

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