Yes, the Honda Civic really is a great car. However, it is not perfect, so buyers need to know what they are getting into before they shell out big bucks. Starting off the new model’s 10th generation, the Civic sports excellent fuel efficiency, comfortable ride, excellent handling, and brilliant engineering. The body style is sleek, aerodynamic, and attractive.
What makes the Honda Civic so appealing is its sleek design that gives it a sporty feel, while the compact size enables it to be a practical vehicle as well. The engine, which is derived from the base Civic, gives the Honda Civic an engine capacity of 3.0 stars. The Civic also comes with standard equipment like air conditioning, power steering, and auto transmission.
The new Civic hatchback comes standard with a six-speed manual or an automatic transmission, which makes it easy to swap between the two on a go, making the Civic one very versatile car. A standard tire on the Civic makes it quick, with the CVT gearing system putting power to the tires directly. With the CVT, Civic will give the driver greater control over the vehicle and greater speed performance.
Standard trim levels on the Civic include black, leather, and a satin chrome finish on the front grille surround. The front air dam and the hood also came in different colors, giving the hatchback an attractive, sporty look. Other trim levels available on the Civic include blue, front grille, side skirts, red, and black. There is also a trunk lid, which can be lowered for better cargo accessibility.
Standard on all models of the Civic are the type of seats found inside the cabin. Leather upholstery on the seats adds to the lavish feel of the interior. Front and rear seats are padded to provide optimal comfort and safety. Some models of the Civic have seat covers instead of seats, while others still have standard seats with zippered covers at the back. Standard instrumentation includes a real keyless entry, an LCD dashboard, a glovebox, and audio controls placed in easy reach.
Honda Civic buyers can opt for the Civic Si or the Civic DX, which both increase fuel economy to around 20% of its standard counterparts. Both the Civic Si and the Civic DX offer distinctively low handling qualities. Civic Si has a front engine and front passenger drive that give the driver an agile and sporty feel. Civic DX has larger ground clearance and a five-foot step-in height for easier entry and greater handling. Both come standard with airbags and other safety features like multiple-point seat belts, dual-voice controls, side-curtain air deflectors, front and rear seat side-impact air bags, and front and rear seat side-curtain deflectors.
Honda Civic continues to be a top-selling vehicle for Honda. Today, Civic models are offered with one, two, and three doors. The new turbocharged Civic Hybrid is also available as a hatchback model, which is a great way for people who need more space but don’t want to sacrifice their own personal space. The hatchback model offers good handling, better fuel economy, and a variety of innovative features. A new Civic hatchback also offers excellent door and window insulation, better visibility and more security. This Civic hatchback model has been specifically designed for Honda’s Corolla architecture.
All the major auto makers have changed their production strategies for the new year, which means it could be a great time for Honda to make a comeback for their old mini style. Honda is hoping that small cars will once again build enough of a buzz to bring in consumers who are brand loyal, but are looking for some variety in their type-r hatchback. Small car bodies styles have been successful for Honda in the past, such as the Insight and Civic. If you’re interested in buying a new Civic, consider one with a new turbocharged Civic Hybrid instead of the current Civic hatchback.