How’s the interior The design of the cabin is appealing. All controls are easily accessible and simple to use. It's also large, with equally comfortable seating for taller and shorter people in the front.

How’s the interior While we mostly commend a front feel, the back of the car is snug. Although headroom and elbow room are below average for the sector, headroom is adequate.

How’s the tech The additional integrated navigation system's visuals are a little old, but the map still works perfectly. Lower trims receive a 7-inch screen as opposed to our Touring trim's larger 9-inch screen.

How’s the tech Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support are included as standard. It take some get used to using a rotary phone instead of the touchscreen to control the interface, but with enough experience it works.

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How’s the storage The Honda sedan's trunk has a maximum capacity of 14.8 cubic feet, which is more than average for the class. The Civic's wheelwells & trunk hinges barely protrude into the compartment

How’s the storage The cargo space is a little bit smaller than usual. Despite the deep storage space, there is no way to drop the back seats into it.

How’s the fuel economy According to the EPA, the Civic Touring's (turbocharged engine) combined city/highway mileage will be 34 mpg. The EX gets 36 combined mpg, which is even better.

How’s the fuel economy  A Deped 27 mpg combination (24 city/32 highway) and a relatively smaller (by 0.5 gal.) fuel tank are two benefits of all-wheel drive.