2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe

$7,500

Plus 10,3% Tax
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe
  • 2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe

2010 Honda Civic 2 door coupe for sale.🚀

🔹 It’s 1.8l, 4 cyl, timing chain driven engine with automatic transmission.

🔹 Has power windows and door locks, power mirrors, power/tilt/telescopic steering, A/C and cruise control.

🔹 Gray cloth interior.

🔹 Comes with factory AM/FM Radio, CD/MP3 Player and AUX connectivity.

🔹 ABS and Traction control equipped.

🔹 Good tires and good brakes all around.

🔹 Clean inside and out.

🔹 No issues or problems of any kind.

🔹 Has only 47,426 original miles and Washington Rebuilt title. VIN: 2HGFG1B64AH523890.

💰 Asking $7,500.

☎️ Please call or text whenever, (253) 709-3138.

🙏 Thank you.

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Airbags
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm System
  • Anti-theft Protection
  • Audio Interface
  • Automatic Climate Control
  • Bluetooth® Handset
  • CDR Audio
  • Cruise Control
INTERIOR
Front head room 38 "
Rear head room 35 "
Front shoulder room 54 "
Rear shoulder room 52 "
Front hip room 53 "
Rear hip room 49 "
Front leg room 42.6 "
Rear leg room 30.3 "
Luggage capacity 11.5 Cu.Ft.
Maximum cargo capacity 11.5 Cu.Ft.
Standard seating 5
EXTERIOR
Length 175.5 "
Body width 68.9 "
Body height 55.0 "
Wheelbase 104.3 "
Curb 2,659 Lbs.
FUEL
Fuel tank capacity 13.2 Gal.
EPA mileage estimates 26 City / 34 Hwy
PERFORMANCE
Base engine size 1.8 Liters
Base engine type I-4
Horsepower 140 Hp
Horsepower rpm 6,300
Torque 128 Lb-Ft.
Torque rpm 4,300
Maximum towing capacity 1,000 Lbs.
Drive type Front-Wheel
Turning radius 17.7 ''

2010 Honda Civic Si HFP - Click above for high-res image gallery There was a time was when any serious discussion of "hot hatches" – small, lightweight economy cars pumped full of go-fast parts and body modifications of dubious taste – always included the Honda Civic Si. Back in the day, the D16Z6-engined Si would routinely do battle against the Volkswagen GTI and Nissan Sentra SE-R for import tuner supremacy. Times, however, change. These days, the battle for hot hatch supremacy starts and essentially ends with turbocharged beasties like the Mitsubishi Evolution and Subaru WRX/STI, with a dash of MazdaSpeed3 or Mini Cooper S thrown in for flavor. The Sentra SE-R is little more than a sad shell of its former self (a fact we find odd considering just how much cache Nissan has built up for the brand with its exotic-destroying Godzilla GT-R) and the Volkswagen GTI has evolved into an entry-level Audi – lots of interior and NVH refinement, but lacking the kicked-in-the-you-know-where power necessary to keep up with the all-wheel-drive Japanese kids. But what about the Civic Si? Where does it fit into the import tuner lexicon, especially when loaded up with lots of Honda Factory Performance (HFP) parts? Make the jump as we attempt to find out. %Gallery-97033% Photos copyright ©2010 Drew Phillips / AOL The four-door Civic is more conservatively shaped than the two-door version, a double-wedge profile that we still find intriguing late into its life-cycle. The sedan, however, is sort of the BMW 3 Series of the small C-segment: Smartly shaped and aerodynamically efficient, but now getting on a bit. Honda has tried to address some of this lacklusterness by tricking out this particular Si with lots of HFP add-ons. While these supposed aero-mods might actually enhance performance, the front splitter seems only there to scrape up against gas station driveways. Meanwhile, the rear wing is a total show piece, as a factory Civic Si is hardly capable of speeds where this sort of downforce is warranted. Worst of all, fart-can exhausts should never, ever come from the factory and we think this is a particularly shameful way for Honda to make $40. It's not that we find the Si HFP ugly (we think the paint scheme is great), but it's sending out the wrong sort of message, the sort that Jesse's Jetta sent out in the original Fast and the Furious movie. Almost a desperate, "Me too, me too..." Inside is the now familiar Star Trek dashboard affair that people love or hate. We're (naturally) split. On the plus side, we really like the simplified layout where the tachometer is front and center, just like it should be in a performance-oriented car – though it does make you wonder why it occupies that place of honor in the more pedestrian Civic models that make up the overwhelming majority of sales. Still, fans of VTEC will appreciate knowing exactly when cam-phasing is set to take place. But on the demerit side, it's …

Year: 2010
Make: Honda
Model: Civic LX
Body Style: Coupe
Mileage: 47426
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic
Condition: Used
Location: Auburn
Price: $7,500
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 1.8L, 4 cyl
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Beige
MPG: 26 City / 34 Highway
VIN Number: 2HGFG1B64AH523890

Fuel Efficiency Rating

  • City: 26
  • Highway: 34

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


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