My 2016 Touring had less damage to it and they totaled it. If the repairs exceed 85% of the book value of the vehicle they will total it (at least this is Geico's policy). I am quite certain your vehicle is a total loss. Hope you are okay.
Great car but it's ridiculous they never put a light or damper in the glove box. I test drove the 2019 Insight a few months ago and that glove box also lacks a damper. I forgot if it had a light though. DUMB
FYI...there are some numerous dealerships that sell this part online significantly less than your typical dealership. Many dealerships stock this part because people are constantly replacing them due to negligence. I screwed up mine by pulling up too close to a parking spot cement barrier.
Have a 16 Touring. Always use regular 87 octane and get great mileage in suburban south Florida. Hi 30's low 40's. Used premium once and NO difference in MPG. Premium costs $0.75 more per gallon. Waste of money especially if not required.
I have what many may consider a higher mileage 16 Civic Touring. I have close to 43k miles and haven't had any engine issues at all. I change the oil per the computer (prob every 6k) and the car runs perfect. As others have said, get an extended warranty if you're concerned. BTW...You can...
I haven't had any issues with idle lumpiness. Mine is a 16 Touring. That would annoy the heck out of me. As to the radio, I have had one update but I should check to see what firmware I'm running. Thanks for the information.
The reason S feels more responsive is because it keep the RPMs a bit higher while driving. This allows for better acceleration and response when pressing the accelerator. From a standstill, S really does not offer any benefits over D from as far as I can tell.