What's a long drive without good music? Even a quick trip here in Poughkeepsie, NY can be pretty drab without a proper soundtrack and we're not talking about NPR. You want a few good grooves to get you from point A to point B, no matter how many miles you're clocking. So to rescue you from a mundane commute, the Honda Civic is equipped with a generously appointed infotainment system.

We won't launch into the features that are only available in the top of the line trim. Beginning with the base LX, you're getting a whole lot of tech for your money. Of course NPR fanatics will be happy, too, as AM/FM radio is still an option. But you could plug in your favorite portable music player with the auxiliary input. You can also synch up your Pandora stations or take advantage of the standard USB port to use a flash drive.

To make things even more convenient, the display is crisp, clear, and easy to use. Here at Friendly Honda, we personally feel that all infotainment devices should keep ease of use at the top of the priority list, but many automakers continue to miss that memo. Fortunately, the Civic has you covered.

Of course, media is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Civic's features. To get a better idea of what this vehicle offers, stop into our new Honda showroom and we can fill you in on everything. Plus, we'll let you plug in your iPod for the test drive.

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