Whereas the Civic's sales dominance was once unquestioned, it now faces formidable competition. To confront the challenge head-on, Honda introduced a spate of updates to the 9th generation Civic following its debut in 2012. Have these improvements paid off? KBB’s Micah Muzio investigates in this video. For the latest Civic pricing and information: 🤍🤍kbb.com/honda/civic/2014-honda-civic/ Kelley Blue Book is your source for new car reviews, features, auto show coverage, and infotainment reviews. Subscribe to catch all the latest Kelley Blue Book videos. 🤍🤍youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=kbb To follow Micah Muzio on Twitter, please visit: 🤍🤍twitter.com/micahmuzio
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I have a 2015 Civic but would prefer my 02 Civic
I wish it had a 4x4 version
2 generations of civics later. This one still wins.
I tried to "SHAZAM" the music at the end of the video, to no avail. I liked it. Ah liked it ah laht. What/who was that?? Please share.
P.S. I bought my 2014 Civic EX last DEC '21. Really am lovin' it. Get this - almost an 8 yo car, with 62,002 miles on it! Black on black, too. BUT! I confess, it has unusual hail dents that are thankfully, not easy to find, all over the car, like 20-30 shallow, dime-size "dents." Oh well. I think what I love the best are the cruise control, sunroof, active mpg read-out, push button start and everything the dashboard touch screen does. I wish it had electric seats, though. Awesome car. I love taking fast sharp turns, too!
I bought a 2014 with 35,000 miles in 2017 and now it has 160,000 miles with zero problems, just regular maintenance.
I have the 2014 version of the Civic, and it's awful. The CVT drones and its power delivery is inconsistent. I'd opt for the Accord!
this want to make me go outside and kiss my Honda civic. I felt like I been so rough on my car and didn't show my appricataeion
I bought a new one back in 2015. Still runs great nearly 50K miles later. Fully loaded one with leather seats golds up pretty good with modern cars. The car is also great on gas and the handling is the best compared to its competitors like the Corolla
I'm still driving this in 2021 and it's doing great.
I love my car 🚗😍
The civic review made for Railfanners lol
I have a 2008 Honda Civic right now and I'll be upgrading to a newer Honda Civic the first week of January. Thinking of going with a 2014-2015 model. I'm gonna get a manual though (one I have now is automatic and I wanna switch to a manual). Cannot wait to get it. Looks like a really nice car and I know some people who have one and they love it. I think I'm gonna like that one better than the car I have now. Lol.
How tall is Micah?
My 2015 civic at 46k mileage the car kicked forward on its own at 31 mph while rolling while my foot was released from paddles... should I bring to Honda to check the transmission?
So getting it
Just got one of these with mostly highway miles and a maintenance log that looked clean for $9k after taxes etc. He described it the best, the car does exactly what you influence it to do.
The only thing more beautiful than that car is the guy
I have this car. If you're thinking of buying just know that it's insanely light. So driving in strong wind can be scary. I've been pulled partly into the other lane by the wind before.