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FEATURES | 10 out of 10
Automatic climate control and optional navigation
Standard equipment is plentiful and on par with the gas-powered Civic's top EX trim level
Steering wheel-mounted cruise and audio controls
Kelley Blue Book
The 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid comes with an impressive variety of features—most of them standard. Power locks and windows are standard, as well as a tilt/telescope steering wheel, remote keyless entry, steering-wheel audio controls, a 160-watt audio system with an auxiliary jack for your MP3 player, automatic climate control, and 15-inch wheels and tires.
ForbesAutos writes that, on the Honda Civic Hybrid, the "standard equipment is plentiful and on par with the gas-powered Civic's top EX trim level." Kelley Blue Book lists some of the standard features on this 2008 Honda as "remote keyless entry, automatic climate control air conditioning, six-speaker AM/FM/CD audio system with MP3/WMA CD playback capability," and "steering wheel-mounted cruise and audio controls."
Reviewers at The Detroit News love the "high-quality audio system and full complement of power accessories" that make the Honda Civic Hybrid "a lot of fun."
Along with the standard features, the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid offers one optional upgrade. Kelley Blue Book lists that option as "a navigation system that features voice recognition, a 6.5-inch customizable touch screen and a PC Card slot" that will allow you to insert and play music from almost any digital media card. The navigation system on this 2008 Honda is well received in reviews read by TheCarConnection.com, with J.D. Power finding that it is "a breeze to use."
For the price you pay, it's hard to find a more feature-packed vehicle than the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid.