Are the push/start buttons on Honda’s reliable?

I’ve been wanting to buy a new Honda Civic sedan, but in order to get the color I want, I’d need to buy the Sport trim, which is a step up from the LX (base) trim.  The LX has the traditional key start system, but only comes in four colors (with the 6 speed transmission).

Whichever car I get, I want it to last for decades/hundreds of thousands of miles.  Do you believe the push start button would go that long trouble-free?  Because I plan to keep the vehicle so long, I’d like to get the color I desire, but don’t want to have problems later.  Any advice?

2 Answers

  • Ron
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    The absolute very last thing I would have ever worried about on a car is the push button start.

    The second to last thing would be the color.

  • 1 month ago

    You should be more concerned about the CVT transmission in the vehicle.

    Push button systems work fine once you learn how to use them properly.

    Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
    • DMD31 month agoReport

      I’m getting the six speed manual 8). Also the normally aspirated 2.0L engine (not the turbocharged joint).

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