Inventory Listing

High quality used cars at affordable prices in Federal Way

1999 Honda Civic DX

$2,900

Plus 10,3% TaxSold
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX
  • 1999 Honda Civic DX

1999 Honda Civic DX 4 door for sale. It’s 1.6L 4 cyl engine with automatic transmission.

Has manual windows and power door locks, power/tilt steering, A/C and cruise control.
Comes with stock AM/FM Radio. Factory alarm with remote. Good tires and good brakes all around.
Timing belt and water pump were changed about 10K miles ago. Fresh oil change.
No issues or problems of any kind. Runs and drives great.

Has 110,355 miles and WA REBUILT TITLE. VIN: 2HGEJ6610XH540638.

Asking $2,900 firm. Please call or text whenever, (253) 709-3138. Thank you.

Price of this vehicle is not negotiable, and it does not include 10.3% King County sales tax and Dept of Licensing fees.

  • Airbags
  • Alarm System
  • Audio Interface
  • CDR Audio
  • Cruise Control
  • Leather Package
  • Universal Audio Interface
Engine 4-Cyl, 1.6 Liter
Horsepower 106 @ 6200 RPM
Torque 103 @ 4600 RPM
Fuel Economy N/A
Bore x Stroke 2.95 x 3.54
Compression Ratio 9.4
Fuel Type Gas
Fuel Induction Multi Fuel Injection
Valve Train Single Overhead Cam
Valves Per Cylinder 4
Total Number Valves 16
Transmission Manual, 5-Spd
Drivetrain FWD
Transfer Case -
Dimensions
Fuel Capacity 11.9 gallons
Wheel Base 103.2 inches
Overall Length 175.1 inches
Width with Mirrors 67.1 inches
Width without Mirrors -
Height 54.1 inches
Curb Weight 2359 lbs.
Tires / Wheel Size P185/65SR14
Rear Tires / Wheel Size -
Turning Diameter 32.8 feet
Standard Axle Ratio 4.06
Minimum Ground Clearance 5.9 inches
Maximum Ground Clearance -
Maximum GVWR -
Maximum Towing Not Recommended
Payload Base Capacity -
Head Room: Front 38.8 inches
Head Room: Rear 36.2 inches
Leg Room: Front 42.7 inches
Leg Room: Rear 32.5 inches
Shoulder Room: Front 52.4 inches
Shoulder Room: Rear 51.4 inches
EPA Passenger 85.2 cu.ft.
EPA Trunk or Cargo 11.9 cu.ft.
EPA Total Interior 97.1 cu.ft.
Truck Bed Volume -

When Honda introduced the Civic in ’73, it quickly established a foothold for the Japanese automaker in the U.S. automotive arena. Since then, the Civic’s been our market’s best-selling subcompact, and Americans have consumed seven generations’ worth. It’s always offered a combination of quality, reliability, and good driving feel that people certainly haven’t tired of. Available in hatchback, sedan, and coupe body styles, the ’96-2000-model Civic is conservatively styled, yet friendly-love those big headlights. It makes the perfect starting point for expressionistic kids or adults who don’t want to be noticed.
Its double-wishbone suspension front and rear has earned the Civic a rep as a sure-footed econobox. And with a plethora of tuner parts available, turning a Civic into a full-fledged 250-hp street racer is an easy task. When considering a modified Civic, take a closer look at it to be sure upgrades were performed correctly.
Four different versions of the Honda’s 1.6L SOHC four-cylinder aluminum engine were offered on our two-year-old example. Base models received a 106-hp variant; EXs got a VTEC powerplant rated at 127 hp. The HX Coupe uses an economical VTEC-E engine with 115 ponies, while the pocket-rocket Si coupe makes 160 hp at a lofty 7600 rpm.
While Civics tend to be pricey when they roll off the new-car lot, they hold their value better than most of the competition. So expect to pay a premium for a good used one. From the reliability standpoint, Civics are at the top of the list, and recalls have been minimal. If you prefer driving over visiting repair-shop waiting rooms, the Civic is a wise choice.

When Used Makes Sense
Here’s something to contemple
Buying a two- or three-year-old vehicle can save you thousands of dollars over a fresh one-nothing new there. But why does it make more sense now than ever before? Because leasing has become extremely popular, and late-model lease returns are arriving at dealer lots in droves, so there’s lots of near-new inventory. Many not-so-used vehicles are available for 20, 30, or even 40 percent less than their fresh-off-the-lot counterpart. Why not let the first buyer take the depreciation hit?

Year: 1999
Make: Honda
Model: Civic DX
Body Style: Sedan
Mileage: 110355
Condition: Used
Location: Federal Way
Price: $2,900
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 1.6L, 4 cyl
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Agate Grey
MPG: 32 City / 37 Highway
Stock Number: 76553
VIN Number: 2HGEJ6610XH540638

Fuel Efficiency Rating

  • City: 32
  • Highway: 37

Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle condition.


Back to top

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This