2010 Honda Civic vs. Its Competition

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The clean-diesel Volkswagen Jetta TDI delivers real-world highway fuel economy in the 40s (usually far in excess of its EPA ratings), with cleaner emissions than diesels of the past.

It's a sportier choice for highway driving.

The Civic Hybrid's stablemate, the Honda Civic GX, runs on natural gas rather than gasoline.

Though it has a rather short range, it offers good power and fuel economy, and it's actually the cleanest Civic on the road.

Plus, aside from the fueling process, you'd never know from behind the wheel that it's not a gas-engine car.

Finally, the Civic Hybrid's main rival is probably the all-new Toyota Prius, the hybrid vehicle pioneer that's now in its third generation.

The latest Prius has excellent interior room and even better fuel economy, along with hatchback utility, but its plus is the same as its minus: Everyone will know you're driving a hybrid.

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Quick Specs
The 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid is a very livable way to save fuel without shouting your green credentials to the world.
The 2010 Toyota Prius ups the ante in the hybrid world with 51-mpg city fuel economy and a finer style.
MSRP From  
Gas Mileage  
21 MPG City / 45 MPG Hwy51 MPG City / 48 MPG Hwy22 MPG City / 32 MPG Hwy
Gas I4Gas/Electric I4Gas I5
EPA Class  
Style Name  
2-Door Manual DX5-Door HB I (GS)4-Door Manual
Front Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel Drive
Passenger Capacity  
Passenger Doors  
Body Style  
2 Door Coupe5 Door Liftback4 Door Sdn
ManualCVTManual w/OD
Detailed Spec Comparison
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