This, Molly has one. We love this little car. We drive 20 hrs straight to Florida. 40 mpg, the newlux wears like iron. Good looks. Just get a 14 or newer so you can turn of traction control when it snows.
They need to watch the Top Gear episode where they are stuck in a Ski parking lot w/ the X6!
Ok, drove 2 different CTs, drove a couple ES350s, 2 camrys, shhh- Prius, a corolla, and a Honda Hybrid that so special that I can’t remember the model!
Again, pound for pound, I think Honda's are hard to beat these days.It is the EX-L. I wanted the turbo. I wanted the hatchback, but they didn't make it with the sensing and EX-L in 2016. I got mine with 34K on the ODO for under $19K all in. Based on reading a couple of your previous posts, the Civic may still be too "basic" for you. The Accord could be a good fit. The Civic sport can be had with leather and paddle shifters (I forced myself away from that because I was going purely for economy and safety (this will be my 8 year old's 1st car)). But the sport had a more basic center console screen; it wasn't a touch screen...what's the point of a screen in the car if you can't touch it? I hate my mom's BMW X1 for that reason. That stupid mouse dial is ridiculous.