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Honda Civic Sedan 2019

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5.0

(7 trips)

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The car

Honda Civic Sedan 2019

SPORT

5.0

(7 trips)

30 MPG

Gas

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Artem
4.9
Artem
127 tripsJoined Apr 2019

Typically responds within 1 minute

Description

Let me introduce The Civic. Brand new 2019 sedan with lots of extra options like lane control and collision prevention assist. Yes, you can remember the same options at higher-class vehicles. Tech was one of the Civic's weaknesses, but the 2019 model has received an updated infotainment system that should help solve most issues. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, as are many of Honda's safety systems. What’s new Sport trim now available as sedan and coupe Sport now gets base 2.0-liter engine instead of turbo 1.5L Restyled front bumper Optional infotainment interface now has a volume knob and hard buttons for high-level functions Part of the 10th Civic generation introduced for 2016 Pros Excellent fuel economy and performance from turbocharged engine Ride quality expertly balances comfort and athleticism Many standard advanced technology and safety features Roomy cabin with high-quality materials The Sport adds to or replaces LX features: Available Continuously Variable Transmission with Paddle Shifters Apple CarPlay™ Integration* Android Auto™ Integration* Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob 18-Inch Alloy Wheels 7-Inch Display Audio with Electrostatic Touch-Screen Sport Pedals Decklid Spoiler Center Outlet Exhaust Smart Entry with Walk Away Auto Lock® 60/40 Split Fold-Down Rear Seatback Fog Lights Push Button Start HondaLink®* Audio & navigation A lot of functions are built into the infotainment system, but previous iterations weren't the easiest to use. The 2019 Civic has an updated system, which should improve functionality quite a bit. Smartphone integration 8.0 Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included as standard and provide familiar interfaces that are better than Honda's. The texting function is particularly helpful and greatly reduces the distraction factor. Driver aids False alarms from the overly sensitive forward collision system are common and become tiresome quickly. You can adjust the sensitivity, but even in its least intrusive mode it's still a problem. The LaneWatch blind-spot camera is sometimes more of a distraction than a help. Voice control Honda's system requires more steps and a less natural speech pattern to operate than some competing systems, though it does provide an onscreen guide. You'll likely want to rely on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto voice commands as much as possible.

Features

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Long-term car

USB input

Extras (1)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$49/trip

Guidelines

***No burn outs, donuts, street racing, race tracking, reckless driving or shooting without written consent of the owner! Sorry ;) Turo Go gives guests the ability to easily locate, book, and unlock vehicles directly through the Turo app. Just filter for Turo Go cars and find an instantly available option nearby, accessible right from your phone. CHECKING IN HOW TO FIND THE CAR The host will provide basic details about where the vehicle is located and how to access it. The app will give you directions to the vehicle and even show you a map of its current location. Then you’ll be able to unlock the car and check in directly with the app. HOW DO I START THE CAR? For some cars you won’t need a key at all to start the car; for others, you’ll need a physical key to start the engine, but remember that you can’t start the engine without unlocking the car on the app. Once you unlock the vehicle, you must start the engine within 15 minutes. WHICH PHOTOS SHOULD I TAKE? Try to take as many photos as possible. Because you won’t have to meet up with the host in order to go through the check-in process, it’s very important that you document the condition in which you received the vehicle, especially any pre-existing problems. You can read more details about Trip Photos here. SECONDARY DRIVERS Only drivers who are Turo-approved can become additional drivers. If they are not a member of our community, have them sign up! You can learn how to add drivers to the trip here. Secondary drivers do not and should not drive or have access to the car without the primary driver being present. If you give your phone, account information, or other access to the secondary driver, for the purposes of driving the car without you going along, we will hold you responsible for any damages that should occur, and you may be removed from Turo. WHAT IF I’M LATE PICKING UP THE CAR? You’re responsible for the vehicle the moment the trip starts, so you should always show up on time for trips, whether or not you’re meeting with hosts in person. The car will only be available to you for up to 12 hours after the scheduled trip start time. If you do not begin your trip within those 12 hours, your trip will be canceled without a refund. Try to stay in contact if you’re running late! WHAT IF THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THE CAR WHEN I TRY TO PICK IT UP? If there’s a ticket on the car when you get there, if you are unhappy with the condition of the car, or it isn’t as described, call our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200, and we’ll help you out. CHECKING OUT WHERE DO I PARK IT? Return the vehicle exactly (or as close as possible to) where you picked it up from. Make sure to take photos of where you left it, including a photo of the lot/space number. If you leave the vehicle in a place where it could be ticketed or towed within 24 hours from the scheduled trip end, you will be responsible for any fees that may occur. LOCKING THE VEHICLE When your adventure ends, if the vehicle has a keyed ignition, make sure the key is replaced in the visor. Use the app to lock the vehicle. Do not lock the car from the inside. WHAT IF I’M LATE RETURNING THE CAR? If you need more time for your trip, notify the host, and request an extension on the app by clicking “Change trip.” If the host denies your extension request, you must return the car at the original time. If you attempt to start the car after the trip ends in a Turo Go car, the engine will not turn on. Get in touch with our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200 as soon as possible if you’re running late and the car will no longer start! To read more about our Late Return Policy, click here. TROUBLESHOOTING THE DEVICE If you’re having issues connecting to the device, try these common solutions. Make sure you have Bluetooth enabled. You’ll need to be within 15 feet of the car for Bluetooth to work with the device. If it’s not working, try turning Bluetooth off and back on again. Close and restart the Turo app. If you haven’t already, download the latest version of the app. If you try these steps and there’s still an issue, feel free to call our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200.

Faqs

  • HOW DO I START THE CAR?

    For some cars you won’t need a key at all to start the car; for others, you’ll need a physical key to start the engine, but remember that you can’t start the engine without unlocking the car on the app. Once you unlock the vehicle, you must start the engine within 15 minutes.

  • WHICH PHOTOS SHOULD I TAKE?

    Try to take as many photos as possible. Because you won’t have to meet up with the host in order to go through the check-in process, it’s very important that you document the condition in which you received the vehicle, especially any pre-existing problems. You can read more details about Trip Photos here.

  • SECONDARY DRIVERS

    Only drivers who are Turo-approved can become additional drivers. If they are not a member of our community, have them sign up! You can learn how to add drivers to the trip here. Secondary drivers do not and should not drive or have access to the car without the primary driver being present. If you give your phone, account information, or other access to the secondary driver, for the purposes of driving the car without you going along, we will hold you responsible for any damages that should occur, and you may be removed from Turo.

  • HOW TO FIND THE CAR

    The host will provide basic details about where the vehicle is located and how to access it. The app will give you directions to the vehicle and even show you a map of its current location. Then you’ll be able to unlock the car and check in directly with the app.

  • WHAT IF I’M LATE PICKING UP THE CAR?

    You’re responsible for the vehicle the moment the trip starts, so you should always show up on time for trips, whether or not you’re meeting with hosts in person. The car will only be available to you for up to 12 hours after the scheduled trip start time. If you do not begin your trip within those 12 hours, your trip will be canceled without a refund. Try to stay in contact if you’re running late!

  • WHAT IF THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THE CAR WHEN I TRY TO PICK IT UP?

    If there’s a ticket on the car when you get there, if you are unhappy with the condition of the car, or it isn’t as described, call our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200, and we’ll help you out.

Reviews

5.0

6 reviews

TuroJul 18, 2019

The host cancelled this trip 2 days before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Johnny H.

Johnny H.Jun 13, 2019

Artem is the best on Turo 🏆

Jay S.

Jay S.Jun 3, 2019

Fantastic car, everything was perfect.

Cherisse G.

Cherisse G.May 28, 2019

My best experience so far... & GREAT car! 😆

vehicle

1 of 4

The car

Honda Civic Sedan 2019

SPORT

5.0

(7 trips)

30 MPG

Gas

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Artem
4.9
Artem
127 tripsJoined Apr 2019

Typically responds within 1 minute

Description

Let me introduce The Civic. Brand new 2019 sedan with lots of extra options like lane control and collision prevention assist. Yes, you can remember the same options at higher-class vehicles. Tech was one of the Civic's weaknesses, but the 2019 model has received an updated infotainment system that should help solve most issues. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, as are many of Honda's safety systems. What’s new Sport trim now available as sedan and coupe Sport now gets base 2.0-liter engine instead of turbo 1.5L Restyled front bumper Optional infotainment interface now has a volume knob and hard buttons for high-level functions Part of the 10th Civic generation introduced for 2016 Pros Excellent fuel economy and performance from turbocharged engine Ride quality expertly balances comfort and athleticism Many standard advanced technology and safety features Roomy cabin with high-quality materials The Sport adds to or replaces LX features: Available Continuously Variable Transmission with Paddle Shifters Apple CarPlay™ Integration* Android Auto™ Integration* Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob 18-Inch Alloy Wheels 7-Inch Display Audio with Electrostatic Touch-Screen Sport Pedals Decklid Spoiler Center Outlet Exhaust Smart Entry with Walk Away Auto Lock® 60/40 Split Fold-Down Rear Seatback Fog Lights Push Button Start HondaLink®* Audio & navigation A lot of functions are built into the infotainment system, but previous iterations weren't the easiest to use. The 2019 Civic has an updated system, which should improve functionality quite a bit. Smartphone integration 8.0 Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included as standard and provide familiar interfaces that are better than Honda's. The texting function is particularly helpful and greatly reduces the distraction factor. Driver aids False alarms from the overly sensitive forward collision system are common and become tiresome quickly. You can adjust the sensitivity, but even in its least intrusive mode it's still a problem. The LaneWatch blind-spot camera is sometimes more of a distraction than a help. Voice control Honda's system requires more steps and a less natural speech pattern to operate than some competing systems, though it does provide an onscreen guide. You'll likely want to rely on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto voice commands as much as possible.

Features

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Long-term car

USB input

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$49/trip

Guidelines

***No burn outs, donuts, street racing, race tracking, reckless driving or shooting without written consent of the owner! Sorry ;) Turo Go gives guests the ability to easily locate, book, and unlock vehicles directly through the Turo app. Just filter for Turo Go cars and find an instantly available option nearby, accessible right from your phone. CHECKING IN HOW TO FIND THE CAR The host will provide basic details about where the vehicle is located and how to access it. The app will give you directions to the vehicle and even show you a map of its current location. Then you’ll be able to unlock the car and check in directly with the app. HOW DO I START THE CAR? For some cars you won’t need a key at all to start the car; for others, you’ll need a physical key to start the engine, but remember that you can’t start the engine without unlocking the car on the app. Once you unlock the vehicle, you must start the engine within 15 minutes. WHICH PHOTOS SHOULD I TAKE? Try to take as many photos as possible. Because you won’t have to meet up with the host in order to go through the check-in process, it’s very important that you document the condition in which you received the vehicle, especially any pre-existing problems. You can read more details about Trip Photos here. SECONDARY DRIVERS Only drivers who are Turo-approved can become additional drivers. If they are not a member of our community, have them sign up! You can learn how to add drivers to the trip here. Secondary drivers do not and should not drive or have access to the car without the primary driver being present. If you give your phone, account information, or other access to the secondary driver, for the purposes of driving the car without you going along, we will hold you responsible for any damages that should occur, and you may be removed from Turo. WHAT IF I’M LATE PICKING UP THE CAR? You’re responsible for the vehicle the moment the trip starts, so you should always show up on time for trips, whether or not you’re meeting with hosts in person. The car will only be available to you for up to 12 hours after the scheduled trip start time. If you do not begin your trip within those 12 hours, your trip will be canceled without a refund. Try to stay in contact if you’re running late! WHAT IF THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THE CAR WHEN I TRY TO PICK IT UP? If there’s a ticket on the car when you get there, if you are unhappy with the condition of the car, or it isn’t as described, call our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200, and we’ll help you out. CHECKING OUT WHERE DO I PARK IT? Return the vehicle exactly (or as close as possible to) where you picked it up from. Make sure to take photos of where you left it, including a photo of the lot/space number. If you leave the vehicle in a place where it could be ticketed or towed within 24 hours from the scheduled trip end, you will be responsible for any fees that may occur. LOCKING THE VEHICLE When your adventure ends, if the vehicle has a keyed ignition, make sure the key is replaced in the visor. Use the app to lock the vehicle. Do not lock the car from the inside. WHAT IF I’M LATE RETURNING THE CAR? If you need more time for your trip, notify the host, and request an extension on the app by clicking “Change trip.” If the host denies your extension request, you must return the car at the original time. If you attempt to start the car after the trip ends in a Turo Go car, the engine will not turn on. Get in touch with our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200 as soon as possible if you’re running late and the car will no longer start! To read more about our Late Return Policy, click here. TROUBLESHOOTING THE DEVICE If you’re having issues connecting to the device, try these common solutions. Make sure you have Bluetooth enabled. You’ll need to be within 15 feet of the car for Bluetooth to work with the device. If it’s not working, try turning Bluetooth off and back on again. Close and restart the Turo app. If you haven’t already, download the latest version of the app. If you try these steps and there’s still an issue, feel free to call our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200.

Faqs

  • HOW DO I START THE CAR?

    For some cars you won’t need a key at all to start the car; for others, you’ll need a physical key to start the engine, but remember that you can’t start the engine without unlocking the car on the app. Once you unlock the vehicle, you must start the engine within 15 minutes.

  • WHICH PHOTOS SHOULD I TAKE?

    Try to take as many photos as possible. Because you won’t have to meet up with the host in order to go through the check-in process, it’s very important that you document the condition in which you received the vehicle, especially any pre-existing problems. You can read more details about Trip Photos here.

  • SECONDARY DRIVERS

    Only drivers who are Turo-approved can become additional drivers. If they are not a member of our community, have them sign up! You can learn how to add drivers to the trip here. Secondary drivers do not and should not drive or have access to the car without the primary driver being present. If you give your phone, account information, or other access to the secondary driver, for the purposes of driving the car without you going along, we will hold you responsible for any damages that should occur, and you may be removed from Turo.

  • HOW TO FIND THE CAR

    The host will provide basic details about where the vehicle is located and how to access it. The app will give you directions to the vehicle and even show you a map of its current location. Then you’ll be able to unlock the car and check in directly with the app.

  • WHAT IF I’M LATE PICKING UP THE CAR?

    You’re responsible for the vehicle the moment the trip starts, so you should always show up on time for trips, whether or not you’re meeting with hosts in person. The car will only be available to you for up to 12 hours after the scheduled trip start time. If you do not begin your trip within those 12 hours, your trip will be canceled without a refund. Try to stay in contact if you’re running late!

  • WHAT IF THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THE CAR WHEN I TRY TO PICK IT UP?

    If there’s a ticket on the car when you get there, if you are unhappy with the condition of the car, or it isn’t as described, call our Turo Go team at (415) 463-3200, and we’ll help you out.

Reviews

5.0

6 reviews

TuroJul 18, 2019

The host cancelled this trip 2 days before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Johnny H.

Johnny H.Jun 13, 2019

Artem is the best on Turo 🏆

Jay S.

Jay S.Jun 3, 2019

Fantastic car, everything was perfect.

Cherisse G.

Cherisse G.May 28, 2019

My best experience so far... & GREAT car! 😆

Pickup & return location
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Distance included
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Week
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Month
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Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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