The sheer variety of options on the 2009 Honda Civic ensures that nearly all consumer demands can be met by this versatile line of sedans and coupes—provided they’re not looking for more versatility in a hatchback or wagon body style.
Base features on the 2009 Honda Civic vary widely across trim levels, but all Honda 2009 Civics come standard with a "tilt/telescopic steering wheel...front bucket seats, height-adjustable driver seat, folding rear seat, [and] power windows," according to ConsumerGuide. Car and Driver reviewers prefer the Honda Civic LX, "which adds cruise control, power door locks and mirrors, an AM/FM radio with a CD player and four speakers, 16-inch wheels with covers, a folding rear seat, air conditioning, and remote entry. (The LX coupe has a six-speaker audio system)." Stepping up to the Honda Civic EX brings "satellite radio, steering wheel radio controls, power sunroof, [and] outside-temperature indicator," while the EX-L includes "heated front seats...heated power mirrors" and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, according to ConsumerGuide. Car and Driver notes that "the Si model is essentially outfitted the same as an EX," and the 2009 Honda Civic "GX is equivalent to the LX trim level."
Rather than offer a lengthy list of optional features, Honda simply produces the Honda Civic in a variety of trims. In fact, the only major optional feature for this Honda 2009 lineup, according to TheCarConnection.com's research, is a navigation system that Cars.com says "includes voice recognition and steering wheel-mounted controls." Motor Trend adds that "nav-equipped cars feature a Bluetooth HandsFreeLink mobile phone interface."