2008 Honda Civic Hybrid Values

Select a 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid trim level

2008 model year changes

Following the 2006 redesign which produced a sleeker, more rakish body style, more standard equipment, and revised powertrains and components throughout, the Honda Civic enters the 2008 model year relatively unchanged. In addition to the EX is the new EX-L, which adds leather seating surfaces to an already impressive list of equipment. Also, the Si sedan increases its level of performance with the Mugen package, which includes a track-tuned suspension, 18-inch alloys, a revised exhaust, and race-inspired body enhancements.

Competitive comparison

Standout styling; plenty of green choices with Hybrid and natural-gas GX; safety features; reputation for reliability.

Special features for 2008

Honda has built a longstanding reputation with the Civic, positioning it as one of the sportiest and most fun-to-drive small cars. The 2008 Civic emphasizes styling and safety at a very competitive price.

Civic-4 Cyl.

Sedan 4D Hybrid
In the increasing environmentally conscious world, the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid answers the call, with its 93 horsepower 1.3-liter gas/electric inline 4-cylinder that boasts excellent EPA estimates in the 40 City/45 Highway range. When it comes to the Civic Hybrid, however, being economically-minded doesn’t mean you have to skimp on spaciousness or functionality. This four door Sedan boasts seating capacity for up to five passengers and a solid list of standard equipment, including auto climate control, cruise, keyless entry, power controls and MP3/Satellite audio.