Honda Civic IMA Review

Honda Civic IMA Executive
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Honda Civic Review

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According to Honda's press literature 'opposites attract' and with the Civic IMA you benefit from the combination of luxury and economy.

Safety and Security

The following safety & security equipment is standard on the Honda Civic IMA:

Dual front SRS airbags, Dual side SRS airbags, Anti-lock braking system (ABS), Electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), Emergency brake assist, High level rear brake light, Side impact protection beams, Front seat belt pre-tensioners, Front seat belt buckle pre-tensioners, Height adjustable front seat belts, 5 x 3 point seat belts, ISOFix child seat restraint mechanism, Front ventilated disc brakes, Rear disc brakes, Front head restraints, Rear outer head restraints, Rolling code ECU engine immobiliser, Honda Superlocks (deadlocks), Externally visible vehicle identification number (VIN), Remote keyless entry, Central locking, High security integrated audio, Locking wheelnuts, Alarm system (perimeter monitoring) and Glove box.

Comfort and Refinement

According to Honda's press literature 'opposites attract' and with the Civic IMA you benefit from the combination of luxury and economy. The Civic IMA has ample cabin space for 4/5 adults and will accommodate a family of 5. The full tan leather interior includes heated front seats, gear knob, steering wheel and a central rear armrest. However, for 2004, the Civic IMA interior is now all black leather instead of tan [ click here for more information ]. The drivers seat is height adjustable and the steering wheel is tilt adjustable to enable you to find the perfect driving position.

The Civic IMA's level of refinement is high and includes climate control air conditioning with pollen filter, all round electric windows, heated electric door mirrors, heat absorbing tinted windows, driver and passenger vanity mirror in sunblind, glove box - not lit, remote keyless entry system and stereo CD tuner with RDS.

Storage solutions include a coin pocket, ashtrays front and rear, front and rear cupholders, front passenger seatback pocket, door bins in the front door pockets and a storage compartment under the audio system.

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Honda Civic Road Test Data
Model ReviewedHonda Civic IMA Executive
  
Body TypeSaloon
ColourSatin Silver Metallic
  
Performance (manufacturers data) 
  
0 - 62 mph12.8 seconds
Top Speed 111 mph
  
Transmission5-Speed Manual
  
Fuel TypePetrol - Unleaded
  
CO2 Emissions (NEDC Figures) g/km
  
Economy (NEDC Figures) 
  
Urban47.1 mpg
Extra Urban65.7 mpg
Combined57.6 mpg
  
Insurance Group8
Euro NCAP RatingTBA
Warranty3-year/90,000 mile (whichever comes first) mechanical warranty
3-year paint surface warranty
6-year rust through warranty
8-year/100,000 mile warranty for the IMA components
Price (when tested on the 24/02/04)£ 15,000

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