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The Civic Hybrid debuted in 2002 as a 2003 model, and has since climbed to the top of the hybrid segment. It is currently one of the top selling electric hybrid vehicles in the states. This Hybrid was styled after the seventh-generation Civic. The second-generation Civic hybrid, based on the eighth-generation Civic, ran through 2011, and received some major upgrades, including an improved electric motor and certification as AT-PZEV in 50 states.

Now in its third generation, the Civic hybrid is one of the best buys in the hybrid segment. It gets high marks for its cabin comfort, fuel economy, and versatility. For 2014, the Hybrid received a restyled exterior and several new features, including keyless ignition and smartphone connectivity.

2012 - 2015 Honda Civic Hybrid

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An all-new hybrid system arrived with the current Civic, featuring a larger 1.5-liter engine and new lithium-ion battery pack. Total horsepower increased to 113 and fuel efficiency jumped to 44 mpg in combined city and highway driving. A host of other improvements hit in 2013, when the entire Civic line was tweaked for better handling and interior refinement in response to critical reviews of first-year models.

See Year: 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015

2006 - 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid

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The redesigned Civic retained its original hybrid engine setup, but horsepower increased to 110 and fuel efficiency improved to 49 mpg in the city. The manual transmission was dropped, and the air conditioner adopted a hybrid compressor for enhanced efficiency. A new digital display allowed drivers to monitor how much electricity was generated, used, and recaptured through regenerative braking. The EPA revised its tests for 2008 in an effort to reflect real-world efficiency -- mileage estimates for all cars took a hit, but the Civic fell more than most, to 40 mpg city and 45 highway.

See Year: 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011

2003 - 2005 Honda Civic Hybrid

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A hybrid power plant first appeared in the Civic for the 2003 model year, two years after gas models of this generation. The hybrid paired a 1.3-liter four-cylinder with an electric motor. Buyers could order a continuously-variable automatic transmission in place of the standard five-speed manual. Total output was modest at 93 horsepower, but mileage was terrific: 46 mpg city and 51 mpg highway. In its day, the Civic Hybrid was the most efficient five-passenger car available.