Honda Civic - Classic, yet Chic
Honda has been known as a manufacturer of dependable and stylish automobiles for decades. The Honda Civic displays the same level of quality that has defined their legacy for years. The vehicle is available in various models: the DX, the LX, the EX, and the fully-equipped EX-L.
Civics have been a trusted car by thousands of satisfied customers. The dependability and fuel-efficiency of this popular sedan improve with every model that they develop. As such, the new Civic is the most dependable and fuel efficient model available.
Civic's Engine/Fuel Efficiency
The sedan has a 140-horsepower 4-cylinder i-VTEC engine. The 2015 Honda Civic is built with Honda's Drive-by-Wire Throttle system, which maximizes engine response. With an estimated 39 miles per gallon (highway-automatic), the Civic is ideal for keeping your money out of the gas tank and in your wallet, where it belongs.
Inside the Civic
Honda vehicles are known as having high-end interior design; the latest sedan is no exception. The Civic has a luxurious interior design that includes standard quality sound and media devices.
The EX and EX-L models are made with a Bluetooth Hands Free Link built right into the steering wheel for added safety and ease-of-access. Other than the base DX model, the cars come standard with Honda's Intelligent Multi-Information Display, or i-MID. The i-MID allows the driver to control the ambience inside the vehicle without losing sight of the what's happening outside of it. The i-MID screen is an easy-to-see 8 inches.
The standard 160-watt AM/FM/CD stereo has four high-quality speakers and all models are equipped with a MP3/WMA playback capability. This car comes with a revolutionary feature: the ECON button. This button allows the driver to maximize fuel efficiency; literally, at the touch of a button. For more power, simply press the green button.
The 2015 Honda Civic also has a sleek exterior appearance. Newly redesigned from the 2011 model, but with the same cherished recognizable appeal, the 2015 has 16" alloy wheels to set off its modern look.
Safety and the Civic
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) rates vehicles on their standards of safety. The new Civic has been named a "2011 Top Safety Pick" by the IIHS. Honda's have an Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACETM) body structure, a patented design that enhances the safety of the occupants.
Both the optimized dual-stage front driver and passenger airbags and the rollover protection provided by the side-curtain airbags feature revolutionary sensors. The dual-stage front airbags have passenger occupant position detection (OPDS), which allows the air bags to be deployed in the most ideal timing and placement.
The 2011 Honda Civic features most of the same quality that is found in the 2015 model. The most significant difference is its exterior design and a few added interior options. Beyond that, both models meet the expectations that define the American Honda Motor Co.