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Behind the Wheel of the '06 Civic Hybrid

One of only four cars with gasoline-electric hybrid power sold in the United States, the 2006 Civic Hybrid also is quieter and a bit larger inside than its predecessor and comes for the first time with six standard airbags.

Published: 09-Jan-2006

Gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles aren't just stingy with fuel and emissions. They're stylish statements on America's roads and they're even listed on some of the "what's hot" lists for 2006.

So the 2006 model year is the perfect time for Honda to debut its new, more stylish, more powerful and, notably, more fuel-thrifty Civic Hybrid.

One of only four cars with gasoline-electric hybrid power sold in the United States, the 2006 Civic Hybrid also is quieter and a bit larger inside than its predecessor and comes for the first time with six standard airbags.

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