The Civic exemplifies automotive excellence and blends fun with efficiency and practicality. Precise steering, a solid chassis, and a well-tuned suspension provide both a compliant ride and sweet handling.
Sedans and coupes get a 158-hp 2.0-liter four or a 174-hp 1.5-liter turbo four paired with a six-speed manual or a CVT. The turbo is standard on the hatchback; a 180-hp Sport version is optional. Interior room is good, but taller drivers may find that the front seats lack thigh support
- Price-17.99 lakh
- Top Speed-126 kmp
- 0-60-6.9 sec
- Horse Power-174 hp
HONDA CIVIC INTERIOR:
The most obvious physical differences, besides the lack of a trunk, are the goth black face paint for the exterior trim and the faux duct inserts in the bumpers, which make the hatchback seem less like a car and more like a robot with terminally flared nostrils.
As we said, it’s supposed to appeal to youth, who, apparently, want to be seen as having a lot of hot gas to expel
Honda’s touchscreen interface can be annoying to use, and those of most competitors are better. Beyond that, the Civic delivers a large, versatile cabin for both people and their things. The front center console design is extremely clever.
- EASE OF USE.
The 7-inch touchscreen on most trims is easily reached (as all controls are), but it can be a bit maddening. There are confusing menus, too-small buttons and slow response times.Also, the transition between Apple/Android controls and the Honda system is convoluted.
- GETTING IN/GETTING OUT
The rear doors are wide and open wide, making it easy to climb in — or install a child seat. This most recent Civic sedan has more of a sloped roof than before, so be mindful of your head.
We found no issues getting in or out up front. All of the doors are very light and open and close easily.
HONDA CIVIC TECHNOLOGY:
The Civic’s no-knob volume system is always frustrating, and smartphone integration is also disappointing. We’ve also found reliability issues in our long-term test of the Civic’s HondaLink system.
What’s more, the adaptive cruise control is a bit too quick to react in traffic.
- SMARTPHONE INTEGRATION:
Though the Civic’s system is relatively good at connecting to your phone, going back and forth between Apple CarPlay or Android Auto and the proprietary Honda system is rather difficult.This is a weak link in the Civic’s otherwise strong chain.
- DRIVER AIDS:
Available features such as lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control make the Civic a standout in its class.
But the forward collision warning system is a bit oversensitive in real-life driving, and the adaptive cruise control also feels a bit too quick to react.
TRIM LEVELS AND FEATURES OF HONDA:
The 2017 Honda Civic is a compact car offered as a sedan, coupe or hatchback. The sedan is available in five different trim levels: LX, EX, EX-T, EX-L and Touring. There are also a couple hatchback specific trims: Sport and Sport Touring.
WHAT’S NEW IN HONDA CIVIC:
After a complete redesign just last year, the 2017 Honda Civic is back with a few key additions. Most important, a hatchback variant has been added to the lineup, and the available turbocharged engine makes a bit more power in that model, too.A new high-performance Si and Civic Type R should arrive later in the year.
HONDA CIVIC IS ONE OF THE BEST CAR BY HONDA AND SURELY IT’S CAR LOVED BY ALL.
OVER ALL -5
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