|2016 Honda Civic concept|
Honda didn't yet released the technical specifications of the new engine except it will be powered by 5.5L turbocharged VTEC. Two possible transmissions offered should be CVT and 6-speed manual. A few current amenities such as rear-view camera, lane-watch mode and lane-departure alert should be included. Other features may come with 2016 Civic are ACC (adaptive cruise control) and FCW (forward collision warning.
Keep in mind that the 2016 Honda Civic is reborn to take a huge modification in terms of rating upgrade through all-new redesign. The 2016 Honda Civic is inevitably to consider as a sporty compact sedan.
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|Nothing but sporty, elegant and admirable: 2016 Honda Civic concept|
We’ll soon see a number of A-to-B new, more-hatch 2016 Honda Civic sedan gang get through Canada and the United States roads. It’s the tenth-gen sedanized Civic, for the very first time, manufactured beyond Japan, as there is a new plant in Canada, precisely in Alliston, Ontario. The sedan version will be the first phase production which is said to start right this month, and followed by other Civic models later on.
Honda Automobile has confirmed for that new engine to include in 2016 Civics. Composed in 1.5L directly injected 4-cylinder, the engine is rated at 42-31 mpg hwy-city. While buyers will re-see the current 2.0L i-VTEC 4-cylinder with 1 point lower of EPA’s highway rating, that means 41 mpg/hwy and the same 31 mpg in the city roads. 2016 Honda Civic sedan, also a hatcback offered, comes in five different levels to pick. A 2016 LX holds the old 2.0L engine and has been featured the Honda Sensing as the main driver’s assist, one pair of LED running lights and a rear-vision parking camera in multi-side design. Up one level, the 2016 Civic sedan EX gains richer features, which include Honda LaneWatch system, a 7″ electrostatic touch-screen display with Apple CarPlay as well as Google Android Auto, sunroof, etc. The other models would be 2016 Civic sedan EX-T, EX-L and top-performance Touring. Pricinng should start from $19,000 to $27,000 – increased significantly, though.
Interesting here, Honda changes the Civic hatchback from 3-door to 5-door design. As European-market version, this new 2016 hatchback will be sized bigger than the old one. We seem to need more details from Honda for this model. Apart from that new hatchback, all units of 2016 gen Civic sedans adopt a fresh, bigger-but-lighter platform. For those Civic addicts, the Type R production isn’t yet announced, and wondering if it won’t be packed as 2016 model but 2017 generation instead.