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Retail price £15,950 Finance from £359 per month

Year 2019

Transmission Manual

Mileage 6,734

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 1597

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The latest Honda Civic is a mature take on family hatchbacks. Some might miss the engagement of the pre-2011 Civic, but it’s roomy, refined and Honda have dramatically improved the ride quality. As a more conventional approach to the family car, it’s no surprise it’s much easier to live with for most.

What you need to know about the Honda Civic

This British-built hatchback takes on the best cars in the class for key crowns: practicality, economy and performance. It’s a genuine competitor for all. The driving experience is grown-up with a real step forward in refinement. Light and accurate steering, along with economical and smooth engines, ensure drivers will be happy behind the wheel.

There’s unlikely to be any complaints about the rest of the interior, either. The boot is huge for a car of the Civic’s size, a feat made even more impressive because it’s so easy to load thanks to a low boot lip. Passengers needn’t worry either, as the cabin space is still plenty for four adults.

With plush interiors, creditable economics and plenty of tech, the Civic oozes an upmarket feel without compromising on practicality. It’s both sensible, and appealing. What more would you want from a family hatchback?

What to watch out for

There’s now 10 generations of the Civic. Rather than subtle evolutional changes, Honda has made bold alternatives in many cases, some of which have been received better than others by drivers. On-road manners are sharper for some, while others favour soft suspension.

For the latest models, recognisable by some sharp styling, looks deceive somewhat. The boy-racer image belies the reality that the Civic is much more of a comfortable and practical family car. It’s happier on the school run than thrown into corners. The Civic hasn’t really been about character on the road for some time.

Other options

  • Ford Focus
  • Vauxhall Astra
  • VW Golf

Expert opinion

The Civic is close to class best in many ways. There are no significant shortcomings. Add to that Honda’s history of strong reliability and residuals, and the case is clear for Civic.

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Why buy a used Honda Civic with Exchange and Mart?

The Honda Civic has always been a more interesting choice for buyers in the Focus-sized family hatchback segment, hence this hatchback's loyal following. Conquest customers though, have often been harder for this Japanese maker to attract, hence the package of updates that was made to in 2015 to a ninth generation Civic model that as a result became smarter, cleverer, safer and more comfortable. It meant that this under-rated contender is able to represent a very good used car buy in its segment, especially when matched to peppy but frugal 1.6-litre diesel power. It's a surprising package for the right kind of customer.

About the Honda Civic

'Kaizen', the Japanese approach to 'continuous improvement', characterises every aspect of this much improved ninth generation Civic. This car may look similar to the MK9 model we first saw in 2011 but under the skin, it's a far more competitive prospect. The upgraded infotainment set-up, the more comfortable driving experience and the wider range of trim options, plus the availability of an estate bodystyle and a Type-R hot hatch variant - all of it makes a big difference to this car's appeal.All of these things are welcome, but they didn't dilute the individual appeal of a package that remains distinctively different in its era in the Focus-sized family hatchback segment. The sporty feel of the engines, the brilliant 'Magic Seat' practicality of the cabin and the distinctive looks all continue to underline the way that Honda isn't afraid to go against the grain when designing a car of this kind.

Representative finance example

Borrowing £7,500 on a Hire Purchase agreement over 48 months, a representative APR of 18.5% and a deposit of £0.00, the amount repayable would be £216.89 a month, with a total cost of credit of £2,910.72 and a total amount payable of £10,410.72.