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Honda Civic Lx on 2040-cars

US $2,000.00
Year:2008 Mileage:57833 Color: White
Location:

Gadsden, Alabama, United States

Gadsden, Alabama, United States

. LX Model with mud guards, bra, and spoiler as additions/options from the factory

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Worldpac ★★★★★

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Address: 260 Oxmoor Pl, Cahaba-Heights
Phone: (205) 621-8828

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Auto Repair & Service
Address: 2316 Highway 78, Sumiton
Phone: (205) 648-3003

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Address: 310 Battle St E, Talladega
Phone: (256) 362-6632

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Address: 26030 Capital Dr., Loxley
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Address: 2000 Buena Vista Dr, Vestavia
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Address: 2121 2nd Ave S, Birmingham
Phone: (205) 323-5515

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Honda CR-V spot delights with 'impossible' illusions

Thu, 24 Oct 2013 14:58:00 EST

Mind-blowing car commercials that employ optical illusions and jaw-clenching stunts instead of computer animation are becoming the norm these days, and everybody from Volvo Trucks to Forza Motorsport 5/McLaren are regular contributors to the growing trend. Honda joins the crowd in its latest European commercial for the CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC Diesel, and uses well-placed props and well-drawn imagery to trick viewers into seeing the "impossible."
The old-fashioned optical illusion is alive and well in Honda's "An Impossible, Made Possible" spot, so go ahead and watch it and the making-of video below.

NHTSA probing 400,000 Infiniti, Honda vehicles over steering faults

Tue, 11 Nov 2014 09:15:00 EST

As many as 391,000 vehicles from Infiniti and Honda may eventually need to be recalled as a result of two, separately announced Preliminary Evaluations from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to ascertain the scope of the potential safety hazards.
The larger investigation has NHTSA looking into the 2013 Honda Accord because of 24 reports from drivers alleging total loss of power steering or a sudden increase in necessary effort to turn the vehicle. In four cases, the problem is reportedly linked to crashes, with all of them occurring at less than 30 miles per hour. According to the claims, 13 people also reported seeing a warning message during the failure. Turning off the car and restarting it would fix the issue in some cases. If a recall is necessary, it could affect an estimated 374,000 Accords.
The second investigation is much smaller in scope. The safety agency is investigating the 2008 Infiniti EX35 after two complaints of the steering wheel shaft separating, and the vehicle losing the ability to steer. Both reports allege that the steering became loose when driving and then completely failed once the vehicle was stopped. A recall for the problem would affect an estimated 17,000 vehicles. Scroll down to read NHTSA's reports on both Preliminary Evaluations.

Honda Civic Type R Concept hits the ground running ahead of Geneva debut

Mon, 03 Mar 2014 17:59:00 EST

We've seen it teased, caught it testing, hell, we've even driven the thing, but until just now, we hadn't been privy to the visual drama that is the all-new Honda Civic Type R Concept. Thankfully, the day before the start of the Geneva Motor Show is about as leaky as Robert Redford's sailboat.
We'll get the full details tomorrow - which may even include a discourse on Honda's 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that will make upwards of 280 horsepower and propel the car to Nürburgring-record-braking velocities. After all, the "Concept" portion of most Honda concept cars is generally lip-service only.
In fact, save for those blacked out windows and, perhaps, a couple millimeters of ride height and those extra-aggro wheels, we pretty much expect the production Type R to look like the beast you see here. Certainly the swooping form and 'roided wheel arches suit the boy-racer persona of the Civic very well; we wouldn't even put it past Honda's funky European arm to sell the final product with some version of that bi-plane wing.