Honda Civic Honda Civic is a compact sedan, coupe and hatchback that was designed for people who need something practical and fun to drive. This highly-rated car was first launched by Honda in 1973 as a model. The current 10th generation of the Civic came out in 2016 with the model year.
If you’re looking to explore the wild side but not sacrifice the practicality of their regular automobile the Honda Civic is a good choice. It features distinctive and striking styling on the outside while remaining clear of bland designs. The interior is pleasant and comfortable, as you can choose between an a coupe, sedan or hatchback. A sharp steering, exciting driving, and great feeling make this car enjoyable to drive around. This makes the Civic an absolute standout in the crowded class of cars.
Trims and Pricing
If one’s preference is a sedan, coupe, or hatchback Honda Civic is available in five trims: EX, LX, Sport, EX, EX-L and Touring. In addition, there are performance-oriented models, such as that is the Civic Si sedan and coupe and it is also available as a Civic Type R hatchback.
Its entry-level Honda Civic LX comes with an impressive array of features such as a rearview camera with multiple angles and LED daytime running light auto projector beam halogen headlights, a security system, power-adjustable mirrors on the side with automatic climate control, auto-up/down windows on the front cruise control, LED light for the pocket and a tilt/telescoping steering wheel. fuel filler with capless technology front area heater vents, 160-watt audio system featuring four speakers, a 5-inch touchscreen with color information, Bluetooth, and speed-sensitive volume control.
In addition, the Sport includes Honda LaneWatch with heated side mirrors, auto-dimming moonroof, electronic entry and ignition with a push-button the center armrest in the rear and a 60/40 split of seat backs, 180-watt audio system that has eight speakers, a 7-inch touchscreen in color, HondaLink, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Pandora support as well as a text message assistant. satellite radio along with HD Radio.
For the EX Civic, the Civic includes front fog lights as well as a rear spoiler. dual-zone climate control with automatic zones the steering wheel is wrapped in leather, an ergonomic shifter knob that is leather-wrapped, as well as heated front seats.
The Si includes more fast components like a limited slip diff, adjustable dampers and bigger tires.
With the EX-L major upgrades include leather upholstery, auto-dimming rearview mirror as well as a power-adjustable driver’s seat.
The Honda Civic Touring adds some top features including forward collision warning and lane departure warning collision mitigation brake road departure mitigation adjustable cruise control LED headlights with adjustable front passenger seat as well as satellite-linked navigation, control via voice, HD traffic updates, as well as the 450-watt sound system which includes 10 speakers.
The most expensive model of the Civic’s performance and price range The Type R has Brembo brakes and an electronically-controlled suspension, a massive wingspreader, and much more.
The Civic has an initial invoice of 19,000 dollars for the LX model, and an MSRP of around $20,000. The Sport trim adds around $2,000 to the MSRP, while the EX raises it by another $2,000. The EX-L MSRP is increased by an additional $1,200. The Touring adds around $3,000. The Si is priced at about $24,500. The fire-breathing Type R retails for around $36,000. TrueCar customers receive the price upfront, which is accompanied by savings when they go to an TrueCar certified dealer.
Engine and Performance
Honda has two powertrain options for the basic Civic. LX as well as EX models come with the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that generates the equivalent of 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. Other trims have turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which produces 173 horsepower and 167 lb-ft of torque.
Civic Si Civic Si has a 1.5-liter turbo engine that produces 205 horsepower and the torque of 192 lb-ft. Type R Type R uses a 2.0-liter turbo that generates 306 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.
A front wheel drive system is optional on the entire range. If you prefer to drive their own gears The LX EX-T, Si Type-R and EX-T models come with a manual 6-speed transmission. In other cases the CVT is the only option for the entire model range.
Based on the trim you choose The Honda Civic comes with either an all-black interior or with gray/cream seats , and accent panels. Silver trim pieces enhance the contemporary layout of the dashboard, which has big and easy controls that are simple to master. Overall, the various materials and the craftsmanship feel the highest quality.
The infotainment system is quite sensitive to command inputs, however the icons in the menu can be difficult to understand in the car.
Front seat comfort is excellent because of the spacious space, along with adequate padding and contouring. The seats in the rear are mostly flat and are not as comfortable and legroom is restricted, making it more difficult for taller passengers to squeeze in. The trunk space is fantastic for this type of vehicle.