The Honda Civic is a very popular and reliable vehicle for many people. It’s great for everyday living as well as being a practical and reliable vehicle for transportation needs. The Honda Civic is a well-known American mini car. It’s also great for those who like to take road trips and enjoy long road trips.
A new Civic hatchback can be considered a good value for money and a good choice for any young driver. It’s an affordable, practical and reliable car with ample room and great capacity. All models come standard with airbags, traction control, and anti-lock brakes. New Civic hatchbacks range in price from $23,815 (LX) to $30,120 (FC), the Honda Civic gets bigger with a turbocharged 1.5-liter and the base is a moderate-sized sedan. The new Civic will be coming soon to a variety of dealers.
Some of the highlights of the new Civic are the excellent handling, seating and ride quality, the low fuel consumption and the standard bug deflectors. The Civic’s base is a small hatchback which makes it easy to convert to a larger one without too much difficulty. The new civic hatchback has two seats including a driver’s seat and there is enough space to accommodate a standard or a smaller 2.0-litre or turbocharged 1.5-litre Honda Civic.
When compared to a standard sedan, the Civic sedan offers a smaller size, lower weight, less powerful and a reduced frontal area. This makes it a more suitable choice for a family or a couple wanting a car that can share the road with other smaller cars and trucks. Even a turbocharged Civic can feel slightly underpowered when compared with its hatchback competitors. This is made possible by the Civic’s two-door body style and the lack of a hard tail.
Honda’s decision to produce a turbocharged Civic is perhaps one of the best decisions they have ever made. The Civic will not only challenge the sales of current hatchbacks such as the Ford Focus and Mazda3, it will also revitalize the image of a small car brand. Many car buyers fear large hatchbacks due to the feeling that they are not powerful enough. A turbocharged Civic hatchback can overcome this perception because it has almost the same power as a mid-size sedan. In addition, the Civic’s standard hatchback design has been given a more upscale look, although it retains the compact car characteristic. The Civic’s low roof height still allows room for a good amount of luggage.
Expect to see some new Civic models hitting the streets in the next couple of years as Honda looks to expand their product lineup. There is also no doubt that the new hatchback will continue to remain one of the best sellers in the small car segment. The first turbocharged Civic to make its debut will most likely be the new Civic Sport trim model which is expected to arrive in 2021. This sporty model will likely have front and rear bumpers as standard along with all-weather floor mats and a larger air cleaner.
A turbocharged Civic will also offer the option of a manual or automatic rearview. A manual rearview will remain the only option for the time being as the engineers continue to tweak the internal parts of the Civic to improve on safety and performance. Expect to see the addition of standard Recaro seats in the base and Sport trims. Recaro seats are renowned for their ability to provide good support and comfort.
The base and Sport trim levels of the Honda Civic offer many standard features including air conditioning, power window locks, auto headlights, front side airbags, dual-zone automatic climate control, front seat DVD player, and MP3 player. Sport trims upgrade to a more aggressive look and include sportier trim parts like side airbags, a strut bar, and strut braces. Sport packages come standard with a louder stereo with better audio quality. You can also upgrade to an all-weather exterior, leather interior, projector fog lights, and front side airbags. The all-wheel drivetrain of the Civic also upgrades to a CVT powertrain. Look for the hottest models of the Honda Civic to be hitting the streets in the coming year.