Honda Civic Features –
- Smart Entry and Push Button Start
- Available Android Auto or Apple CarPlay
- 60/40 Split Fold-Down Rear Seatback
- Standard multi-angle rearview camera
- Capless Fueling System
With its athletic new stance, advanced aerodynamic styling and available LED lighting, the new Civic Sedan boasts a youthful, premium and sporty new style that advances Civic design into the next era. Its windswept lines are complimented by the most comprehensive aerodynamic packaging of any Honda to date, including complete underbody paneling, improving both fuel efficiency and cabin quietness. A new flush-mounted acoustic glass windshield further isolates the cabin while promoting smooth airflow, while new available features such as Smart Entry, Capless fueling, Remote Engine Start, rain-sensing windshield wipers and Walk Away door locks makes this the most sophisticated and easy-to-use Civic yet.
The 2016 Civic Sedan offers buyers more choices than ever before with two all-new powertrains and an expanded range of features and trims. Civic LX and EX trims feature a new 158-horsepower, 2.0-liter i-VTEC™ engine—the most powerful base engine ever offered on Civic, while Civic EX-T, EX-L and new line-topping Touring models are powered by a 174-horspower, 1.5-liter DOHC TURBO engine with unprecedented levels of power, refinement and class-leading fuel economy ratings.
What are critics saying about the Honda Civic?
Like the best Civics of yore, the new one feels sporty and fun when you’re driving it on winding back roads. Unlike its predecessors, however, it’s fairly quiet inside at speed, and its ride is more compliant than ever. We generally take boasts like Honda’s “best-in-class interior volume” with a grain of salt, but in the new Civic’s case, it translates into so much rear passenger space that families might question the need for an Accord. The interior design and materials are laudable, too, approaching Acura-grade refinement in the top Touring trim. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Sweet-handling and fun to drive, the Civic deserves serious consideration from enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike. The base engine is a 158-hp 2.0-liter four; a 174-hp turbo 1.5-liter is optional. Good news: The 2.0-liter has a six-speed manual! (A CVT is optional.) Bad news: The turbo offers only the CVT. Both engines make enjoyable companions, but the turbo is definitely the hot rod of the two. Options like remote start and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto ensure the Civic isn’t a stripper. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
After a number of powertrain and infotainment updates for the 2014 model year, the 2015 Honda Civic remains a solid entry in the compact car segment, with excellent fuel economy, user-friendly technology, and an available high-performance model that offers great driving dynamics. In a 2014 First Test of the Civic Si, we said that despite being down on power to the competition, it remains a solid choice with a slick-shifting six-speed manual, high-revving engine, and well-tuned chassis. Read More >>