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Best Car for College Students:#10-Honda CR-V February 11, 2008

Filed under: Honda,students — SnotNosed @ 1:24 am
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Price: $21,195 (2007)
EPA Fuel Economy (City/Hwy): 20/27 mpg (est)
Crash tests: 5 stars frontal, 5 stars side; Good frontal offset, Good side

The CR-V has a very roomy, quiet interior and its handles well, too. For students in Snow Belt states, the available Real Time four-wheel drive system may aid safety on slippery surfaces. Electronic stability control and active front headrests, which help reduce rear-impact whiplash injuries, are standard. Finding a replacement of any of its auto parts will not be a problem for both parents and students for it is very easy to find.

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Best Car for College Students:#6-Honda Civic February 5, 2008

Filed under: Honda,students — SnotNosed @ 1:20 am
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Price: $18,355 (2007)
EPA Fuel Economy (City/Hwy): 25/36
Crash tests: 5 stars frontal, 4/5 stars side (4-dr w/SAB); Good frontal offset, Good side

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The no-longer Plain-Jane Civic has a “better than average” Consumer Reports reliability score, along with 4.5 out of 5 stars in J.D. Power’s ratings for overall mechanical quality. For about $5,000 more, the Civic Hybrid offers a bump of about 10 mpg in city driving.