Nothing. Why would someone keep a car the hate?
Made it through this winter here in Pittsburgh with all-seasons but think I might give winter tires a try next year if funding's available.I just picked-up a second 2015 honda civic lx for my daughter.
This little gem only has ~12,000 miles, almost new condition.
Mine is a 2015 civic lx as well, and has ~46,000 miles.
Great little car in my opinion, else I wouldn't have bought another one.
A engine temperature gauge would make a nice addition.
Snow tires make a world of difference for winter driving.
Thats 99% of the Midwest! I can say, south of Indy/Columbus, he's fine on a good set of all seasons. North of that, or in Michigan I don't know.
The middle of nowhere would be ideal for me, but my wife? Nope.
That is perhaps the only thing that bugged me about my '12. The dash was just so darn plain looking. My '15's dash at least has a little bit of bright work to keep it interesting.I hate the cheap plastic dashboard of my 2012 and the overall trim pieces. It got a lot better in 2013-2015.
Not only plain but has a weird texture. A little rubberized padding would be nice. The dash is just kinda chintzy.That is perhaps the only thing that bugged me about my '12. The dash was just so darn plain looking. My '15's dash at least has a little bit of bright work to keep it interesting.
Oh yes, I also didn't care for the in-wheel pressure sensors up through 2013. Complete pain in the patoot. I much prefer my current car's sensorless wheels.
It's an economy car, and a very well done one, at that. I've driven a few others from other manufacturers, and the Civic feels like a class up on all of them. Most often you can tell right away by the sound the doors make when you close them.Not only plain but has a weird texture. A little rubberized padding would be nice. The dash is just kinda chintzy.
Understandable, given where you are.I hate that I am already getting rust in my rear wheel wells. I like almost everything else, including my factory battery that is still going strong on my '12.