Articles reviewed by TheCarConnection.com praise the 2008 Honda Civic Coupe for offering more features than ever before.
Cars.com lists the various trims: "The Civic is available in DX, LX, EX and EX-L trim levels," as well as the Si version. Car and Driver adds that the "new EX-L trim offers heated leather seats and mirrors for '08." Standard features on all Civic Coupes include power windows and 15-inch wheels; the LX version adds air conditioning, cruise control, power locks, a CD audio system with an auxiliary jack, and a folding rear seat.
Moving up the price scale, the EX has distinct alloy wheels, a sunroof, and available navigation system with XM Satellite Radio, while a new EX-L edition tacks on a leather interior with heated seats and mirrors. Both the EX and EX-L sport a seven-speaker CD audio system with MP3 capability.
"Technological highlights include an available navigation system and a broad array of digital audio options," says Kelley Blue Book about the 2008 Honda Civic Coupe. "Listen to MP3s on CD. Listen to MP3s on a memory card. Listen to MP3s on an iPod. Listen to XM Satellite Radio. Listen through a 350-watt system with a subwoofer (coupe only). When you're feeling nostalgic, you can even listen to AM and FM radio broadcasts."
Finally, Kelley Blue Book reveals the 2008 Honda Civic has "More familiar options...included within the various trim levels and include an automatic transmission, one-touch power moonroof, power door locks with keyless remote, power mirrors, air conditioning, cruise control and steering wheel-mounted cruise/audio/navigation controls."