FIXD Reliability Data vs. Surveyed Users
Current Market Value (KBB) vs. Annual Cost of Repairs & Maintenance (Honda Civic)

1996: Debut of the 6th-generation Civic with dual airbags, ABS standard on some trims

1997: All Civic trims get 14-inch wheels, LX sedan comes with air conditioning

1998: Civic VP (Value Package) trim is introduced

1999: Sporty Civic Si variant makes its debut

2000: Last year of the 6th-generation, three trim-based engine options

2001: Launch of the 7th-generation Civic; no hatchback body style

2002: Civic Si returns as exclusive 2-door hatchback

2003: Civic Hybrid joins the lineup

2004: Civics receive refreshed exterior styling

2005: New SE trim appears with rear wing and upgraded stereo

2006: 8th-generation Civic debuts including Hybrid and Si variants

2007: Civic sedan gets the Si trim

2008: Limited-run Mugen Si is introduced, EX trim available with leather seating

2009: Civic exterior receives updates, new LX-S and DX Value Package trims join the lineup

2010: A carryover year with no major changes

2011: The manual transmission is dropped from the EX-L trim

2012: 9th-generation Civic is introduced, Civic Si crosses the 200 hp threshold

2013: Refreshed exterior corrects poorly received design from 2012

2014: CVT replaces the automatic transmission, engines get more power

2015: Sedan-only SE trim joins the Civic lineup

2016: 10th-generation Civic launches with turbo 1.5-L engine

2017: Civic Type R finally lands in the US, gets 306 hp

2018: A carryover continuing with hatchback, sedan, and coupe body styles

2019: Honda Sensing is standard on every Civic, Civic Sport trim appears

2020: Civic Si and hatchback receive an exterior refresh

2021: Civic coupe and Si trim get axed

2022: 11th-generation Civic debuts with Accord-like looks and sedan and hatchback body styles

Average NHTSA safety rating by year

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