The 2001 Honda Civic EX Sedan has a 1.7L I4 OHC 16-valve engine rated at 127 HP; FWD; 5-speed manual transmission; front independent suspension with stabilizer bar, rear independent suspension with stabilizer bar; power steering; front disc/rear drum brakes with 4-wheel ABS; front seatbelt pretensioners; 15" x 5.5" steel wheels, P185/65HR15 tires; air conditioning, pollen filter; 6-speaker, AM/FM, CD Player, and element antenna; cruise control; engine immobilizer; remote power door locks; power windows, 1 one-touch operation; power front glass sunroof; Instrumentation and warnings include tachometer, clock, low fuel; fixed intermittent wipers, rear window defroster; premium/velour upholstery, height-adjustable driver seat; 60/40 folding rear seat; passenger side vanity mirror; tilt adjust steering wheel; power body color mirrors; front door pockets; remote trunk release, and remote fuel door release.

It also has a 38 MPG highway, 32 MPG city rating, and a 13.6 gallon gas tank. With regular commuter driving, it can easily get 450 miles to a fairly inexpensive tank of gas. Total price after tax, title and registration should be around $16,900. The first suggested oil change is at 10,000 miles (5,000 under severe conditions), and for a little car, the trunk space is pretty impressive, although I don't know the cubic feet rating, it got me out camping, and I'm a packrat. All in all, an excellent car that will hold its value for a while. Something to look for in four or five years as they start to show up used.