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Stockton Honda

2002 E Hammer Lane
Stockton, CA 95210

  • Sales: (844) 239-2185
  • Service: (844) 240-2185

2012 Honda Civic in Stockton, Sacramento area

"I am very happy that I purchased this EXL Civic. I'm enjoying the leather seats, moon roof, navigation, etc. The car is delightful to drive in the city and on the highway and it has more than enough pep for my needs (particularly when econ mode is off, but I usually keep it on to enhance fuel economy). I love the i-mid screen - it's convenient to glance at the upper-level screen while driving. The tech is user-friendly and the voice commands are effective and quite intuitive."

-Edmonds.com Consumer Review




"It is so good looking, and it is so wonderful to drive. I researched many vehicles through Consumer Reports and Edmunds and also Kelly Blue Book, and I wasn't quite sure. However, I am in love with how it drives. It is so right for me. I wanted fun, and I got fun. I wanted economy, and I got economy. I wanted a great looking vehicle, and I got that too."

-Edmonds.com Consumer Review




"I purchased this car new because it felt like a quality product from Honda. The MPG is Fantastic. The instant display bar with MPG makes driving the car a fun "game" to maximize your mileage per gallon. Driving in mostly stop and go traffic I am averaging over 33 miles per gallon! It takes a very light foot but the instant display gives you the feed back to learn to drive with a very light foot on the gas peddle. Well done Honda!" *

Edmonds.com Consumer Review






We all have our own idea of good, clean fun.
Some get giddy squeezing the last drop of go out of a gallon. So they opt for the Civic Hybrid. Or maybe the new Civic HF. Take your pick. Each is gifted with enough fuel-saving1, 3 technology for fewer fill-ups.

 

THE MAGIC BUTTON
Push the ECON button,* and the Civic can transform itself into a fuel-efficiency fanatic.    


POWER, OR PRUDENCE?
You choose. With green and blue coaching bars, Eco Assist?* tells you how economically you are driving.

IF A CAMEL WERE A CAR?
...it might be called the Civic HF. It's a specially tuned model that makes the most of every gallon.

A NATURAL ALTERNATIVE
The new Civic Natural Gas (available late 2011) gets its power from compressed natural gas a cleaner, low-emissions alternative.




A RED RUSH
Both Si Coupe and Sedan immerse the driver in an exclusive interior with pulse-quickening red lighting.

REVVED UP
No simple shift light, the Si rev indicator shows six rpm stages, as well as an i-VTEC indicator light.

YOU CAN HANDLE IT
A 6-speed shifter and limitedslip differential make the most of the 2.4-liter's 201 horses.

POWER IS KNOWLEDGE
The power monitor shows current engine output. You and the beating heart of the Si are now one.

HOW YOU ROLL
Large 17-inch alloy wheels make a statement. Wrapped in low-profile rubber, they also make haste.
   
     




SIX AIRBAGS*
Every Civic has standard front, front side and side curtain airbags that can help reduce the likelihood of injury in a collision.

TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)alerts the driver when pressure loss in any tire becomes significantly low.

AUTOMATIC TENSIONING SYSTEM
The front seat belts are equipped with an automatic tensioning system that is designed to tighten the seat belts in a moderate-to-severe frontal impact.

ACE™ BODY STRUCTURE
The Honda-exclusive Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE) body structure enhances occupant protection and crash compatibility in frontal collisions.




CONTROLLED STOPPING
The anti-lock brakes (ABS) help maintain control during hard stops. Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) applies appropriate braking force, depending on how the vehicle is dynamically loaded.

VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST™
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA®helps sense oversteer or understeer, and brakes individual wheels and/or reduces engine power to help keep you on your intended course.

FRONT SEATS AND HEAD RESTRAINTS
The Civic's new front seats and head restraints have been engineered to be less complex than those with active front head restraints while still providing the necessary protection. The new seats have been designed to have the occupant's head and torso move together, helping to reduce the likelihood of whiplash injuries in a rear-end impact.