The overall improvements of the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid have made the car even “greener.” From being more fuel efficient to other mechanical changes that have been made on the engine and power sources, the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid has an even lesser impact on the environment than its predecessor.
Beyond the mechanical aspects of the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid, the latest Civic Hybrid has undergone some significant styling and design changes. Indeed, the latest Honda Civic Hybrid is being described as having a “gracious interior” and as having a very smart and extremely attractive exterior design.
A good deal of time and effort has been spent on the design of the interior and exterior of the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid.
Another of the features that makes the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid very popular – not only presently but over the course of the past several years as well – is the fact that the Civic Hybrid relies upon regular unleaded gasoline.
Unlike some other alternative fuel motor vehicle options, you can easily fuel of the Civic at any gasoline station anywhere.
Many people have not fully come to understand that there is no need to “plug in” or charge up the battery through an electrical source. Rather, the battery is self charging as the vehicle is being operated in the normal course of motoring.
The 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid comes complete with a three year, 36,000 mile warranty. The battery pack comes with at least an eight year, 80,000 mile warranty. In some states, the battery pack warranty extends to ten years, 150,000 miles. You will want to make sure you check to specifically see what the warranty provides in whatever state you reside.
If you need to have your 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid serviced or repaired, you can bring the car to any Honda dealership anywhere in the country – or anywhere in the world where Hondas are being sold.
Finally, it is important for you to understand that if you do purchase a 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid, you may qualify for certain tax credits. You will want to check with your accountant or some other tax expert to assist you in deciding whether or not you will qualify for a hybrid tax credit.