2016 Honda Civic

June 13th, 2015 | 0 Comments | Honda

The 2016 Honda Civic is a compact car in coupe and sedan body styles available. The standard Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe in LX, EX and EX-L comprises and EX-L Navi MIC. The limousine is also available in SE, HF Fuel, Gas, Hybrid trim. The sporty Honda Civic Si is available in both coupe and sedan body styles.

2016 Honda Civic Features

Entry-level 2016 Honda Civic LX models are equipped with 15-inches steel wheels, air-conditioning, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel equipped, one-piece folding rear seats and cruise control. Electronic features include a 5-inch touch screen display, a rearview camera, a Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, SMS function and four speakers sound system with CD player, an audio jack auxiliary, iPod / USB audio interface and the functionality of the Pandora Radio.

The 2016 Honda Civic SE sedan adds alloy wheels of 15 inches, an image of the blind spot on the right devices, automatic temperature control, integration Honda Link smartphones and enhanced audio with six speakers. The 2016 Honda Civic EX adds or overrides these features with 16-inch wheels alloy, automatic headlamps, rear disc brakes, a sunroof, an additional 7-inches central display touch screen, keyless ignition and entry, an HDMI port and a 60/40-split -folding backseat. EX coupes get upgraded to seven-speaker audio system.

The 2016 Honda Civic EX-L adds 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, heated mirrors, automatic headlights,leather upholstery and the heated front seats. The sedan version of EX-L also includes the driver’s seat, electrically adjustable in eight directions. As you might expect, the EX-L Navi adds a navigation system as well as HD and satellite radio. Choosing the Civic HF sedan brings similar to those of Sedan LX developed plus some improvements to provide maximum mpg standard features. These include low rolling resistance tires, aerodynamic cast aluminum wheels, wind fraud underbody and a rear spoiler.

The 2016 Honda Civic Hybrid sedan is available in four trim levels: base, leather, Navi and Leather. Series of the basic version of equipment mainly reflects the fact that the EX sedan minus the sunroof, disc brakes and rear 16-inch wheels. The leather version adds most EX-L features, minus the 17-inch wheels and electrically adjustable driver’s seat. Both hybrids come with front collision warning and lane departure warning systems. Those with Navi add navigation system.

The Civic Natural Gas is available in two trim levels: base and leather with Navi. Standard features on the base cut off largely reflect those of the LX, but also some EX-key as a right side camera and blind spot Honda link with the central 7-inch touchscreen. The leather with Navi version provides the navigation system and most EX-L features, less 17-inch wheels and electrically adjustable driver’s seat.

The 2016 Honda Civic Si Designed for driving enthusiasts, includes 18-inch alloy wheels, unique front and tweaks recall, a rear spoiler, a larger engine, front differential slip limiting and sports suspension. Interior upgrades include most of the features of the EX with front sports seats, a leather steering wheel, an aluminum shift knob, carbon fiber accents and simulated red backlit gauges.

2016 Honda Civic Interior

Inside the 2016 Honda Civic has a dash display on two levels on the driver, showing a 5-inch screen on the top tier, the information for audio application includes concentrated speakerphone and various vehicle systems. Material quality is solid, and there are plenty of storage space for personal items.

Most cab controls are well placed, audio controls for all but LX and those are equipped with navigation rather annoying to use. Simply requires a radio station that you back and forth between the research and the setting Jockey. The lack of a control button does not make things easier, here, even a rather unpleasant slider to touch the volume. The steering wheel-mounted audio controls intuitive reduce these charges.

On the upper panel of the 2016 Honda Civic Smartphone devices has the Honda Link System, which operates through the 7-inch touch screen in order to make the voice control (Siri Eyes Free) and a variety of research, audio, navigation and social media functions. Overall, we found the menu system to design a bit hard, but the answers are fast, and we appreciate that you drag and pinch the touch screen.

In the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan, legs and head for the front passengers is competitive, while rear seats are excellent for this class. The rear seat is high enough to provide adequate support to provide the thigh for adults is mounted, and it offers a lot more space in the real world than its main competitors such as the Chevrolet Cruze and Ford Focus. Backseat Civic Coupe, however, significantly less for the legs and the head available. Rival two-door coupe like the Elantra or Scion tC previously backward.

The 2016 Honda Civic offers 11.7 cubic feet of cargo capacity in the coupe and 12.5 cubic feet in the sedan that has less capacity than in the sedan Cruze and Focus. Hybrid models to sacrifice some luggage space to the battery, so that 10.7 cubic feet.

2016 Honda Civic Engine

The front-wheel-drive 2016 Honda Civic is powered by a four-cylinder 1.8-liter that develops 143 hp and 129 pound-feet of torque. For the Civic LX sedan, Honda offers a five-speed manual or optional variable transmission (CVT). For the SE, EX, EX-L and HF sedan is the CVT standard. For the coupe, the availability of the manual will be extended to the EX.

Whole notes of very bourgeois family in terms of EPA fuel economy estimates. With the CVT the Civic LX, EX and EX-L is an EPA-estimated 33 mpg combined (30 city / 39 highway) to reach. The manual Fuel consumption falls slightly to 31 mpg combined (28/36). The Civic HF estimates 35 mpg combined (31 city / 41 highway). In test track, a Civic EX-L Coupe with the CVT went from zero to 60 mph in 9.0 seconds and EX sedan with the CVT in 9.1 seconds made – which is pretty nearly half a second slower than the average for this class.

The 2016 Honda Civic Hybrid gets a gasoline engine 1.5-liter four-cylinder, an electric motor and a lithium-ion battery, a combination that is good for 110 horsepower and 127 lb-ft of torque. A CVT is standard. EPA estimates are 45 mpg in combined (44 city / highway 47). In testing before the hybrid, we recorded a 0-60 time of 10.1 seconds – on par with most hybrid economy.

The Honda Civic Natural Gas has a version powered with natural gas 1.8-liter engine of the Civic. It produces only 110 horsepower and 106 lb-ft of torque, but. A five-speed automatic is standard. The fuel consumption of the EPA estimated corresponds to the essence of the 31 mpg combined (27 city / 38 highway).

The Civic Si has a 2.4-liter four with 205 hp and 174 lb-ft. A 6-speed manual is only transmission offered. Combined fuel consumption estimates for Si amount to 25 mpg (22 city / 31 highway). On the test track, Civic Si Coupe sprinted to 60 mph in 6.8 seconds and the average compact for a sport in its price range.

2016 Honda Civic Safety

The 2016 Honda Civic comes standard with stability control, antilock brakes (four wheel discs with the EX and IS), front side airbags, side curtain airbags and a rear view camera. The EX and EX-L models include a camera blind spot right (Watch Lane). The system also includes Honda link fast emergency notification.

In brake testing, a Civic EX-L coupe came to a halt from 60 mph in 115 feet and 118 feet EX sedan, both significantly better than average for this class. If a cut is made the same test in just 112 meters, average for a compact sports to summer tires.

2016 Honda Civic si Sedan Concept

2016 Honda Civic si Sedan Concept

In government tests, the Civic sedan received a maximum score of five stars overall, with four stars for overall frontal crash protection and five stars for overall side crash safety. The coupe received four stars in total with four stars for frontal and side crash five stars for categories. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Civic sedan and coupe its highest possible rating of “good” in its frontal-offset small recovery, moderate overlap frontal offset, side impact and roof strength tests. The design restraint seat / head of the 2016 Honda Civic also in rear impact as “good” for neck protection.

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