What is the gas mileage for a 2004 Honda Civic?

Answer The 2004 Honda Civic gets 26 miles per gallon in the city, 31 mpg on the highway and a combined mpg of 28, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. However, this is the standard fuel efficiency.... Read More »

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What is the gas mileage on a Honda Civic?

According to the Fuel Economy government website, the 2010 Honda Civic averages a combined 29 miles per gallon, with 25 in the city and 36 on the highway. This is for the 1.8 L, 4-cylinder engine w... Read More »

What should the air pressure be in a 2004 Honda Civic?

Some owners of 2004 Honda Civics inflate tires to 32-35 pounds per square inch, but the manufacturer recommends the tires on a 2004 Civic should be inflated to 30 psi. For safety reasons, owners of... Read More »

Does the Honda Civic have poor gas mileage?

On One Hand: It's Good for Its Class.According to, the non-hybrid 2010 Honda Civic with a four-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission gets 25 miles per gallon in the city and... Read More »

How do I Fix an Ignition Lock on a 2004 Honda Civic?

A bad lock cylinder will cause major issues in starting your vehicle. You need to fix this with a new lock cylinder that will work within its housing and with the ignition switch. The 2004 Honda Ci... Read More »