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Admiring the Honda Civic

Honda Civic

There’s no doubt that Honda took a chance when it comes to the design elements of the Honda Civic, but so far, it appears those risks have reaped some amazing rewards.
The shape is daring and innovative while the stance is low, long, and wide to offer us the look and feel we want in an attractive and sporty small car for the drive. This car is offered in three body styles which are sedan, coupe, and hatchback, to give you the car that has the look and feeling you want when you take it out for a drive.


Inside the cabin of the Honda Civic, you’re going to have a large number of premium materials to enjoy and ergonomics that help you have the qualities you want when you get on the road. There is an attractive touchscreen infotainment system that provides you with the items you’ve been after when you’re ready to drive. Check out the comfortable seats and the leg room offered in this car. If you need versatility in the cargo area, the hatchback offers you an amazing 25.7 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats to ensure you can carry what you need.

The Qualities You Want

Starting with the base LX trim, the Honda Civic offers you automatic climate controls, a rearview camera, a folding rear seat, Bluetooth connectivity, and a five-inch screen. Move up to the RX and add a remote engine starter, a moonroof, a seven-inch screen, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. As you head up through the trims you’ll find items that you want for the drive including leather upholstery, heated front and rear seats, a navigation system, the Honda LaneWatch camera-based system, a power driver’s seat, dual-zone automatic climate controls and much more.
There are four different engines that make up the Honda Civic lineup of power plants. The base model is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that gives you 158 horsepower and 138 lb.-ft. of torque. Move up the line and you will have the 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine to give you a range from 162 to 180 horsepower for the drive based on the body type and transmission chosen. The Civic Si uses the same engine that’s been tuned up to 205 horsepower and 192lb.-ft. of torque while the Type R has a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that’s been tuned to 306 horsepower and 295lb.-ft. of torque for the drive.
Choose the right model of the Honda Civic for the drive you want to make on the road. This is a car we’ve admired and enjoyed for many years and it continues to offer us a large number of quality features for the driving experience we want to have on the road. Visit your nearby Honda dealer today and figure out which version of the Civic is the right one for you to have the driving experience you’re looking for. This is a gorgeous compact car that has a multitude of choices for you.

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