2018 Honda Civic – Returning to its true form with a spacious and technology filled interior, daring looks, turbocharged power, satisfying handling, safety technologies, advanced infotainment system, powerful and fuel-efficient turbocharged engine is none other than the 2018 Honda Civic. Its release date should be expected anytime in the first half of 2018.
Redesign Was Necessary
There is no point in denying the fact that the previous generation of the Civic that ran for five years got some dull early reviews and controversy characteristic for Honda, which eventually led to its overhaul in the second year. Although the Civic nameplate became more competitive, it is obvious that its appeal also declined. And therefore, it no-longer retained its compelling nature anymore particularly with its rivals going forward in lightning speed.
Something Changed In The Air…
However, for Honda fans, the new 2018 Honda Civic is profoundly improved and comes with several changes that should come as a relief. Its innovative spirit has been revived by its user-friendly touchscreen interface, mature cabin, and its neat sporty exterior.
Under the hood, the base engine generates a healthy 158 horsepower and returns an exceptional fuel economy rating of 40 mpg in the highway. For those looking for more speed, there is the turbocharged mill that generates a cool 174 horsepower and 162 pounds-ft. of torque.
Similar to the best Civics of the time long past, the newest Civic offers an appealing fun-to-drive character thanks to the sporty handling. Even at speed, you can hardy hear any wind, sound of tires, or road noise, and, unlike in previous models, its ride quality is very satisfying.
Quite often, we take Civic’s “spacious interior accommodations” with a dose of skepticism, however, the 2018 model walks the talk and some consumers might actually question the need for an Accord given the Civic offers so much interior space.
Are There Any Other Trim Levels?
For those who don’t mind spending extra, the top-of-the-line Civic Touring offers Acura-grade refinement and premium materials. But even in its basic form, the new Civic still offers comfortable and laudable materials.
Are There Any Alternatives?
And if you consider the 2018 Honda Civic as an appealing car, there are other lots of great choices lined up for next year. They include the “A” rated Mazda 3 2018, Kia Forte for 2018, 2018 Ford Focus, and the Chevrolet Cruz.
What Are The 2018 Honda Civic Trims?
The five-passenger 2018 Honda Civic is offered in hatchback, sedan, and coupe body styles. The Civic Sedan is offered in EX-T, LX, Touring, EX, and EX-L trim levels. The Civic Coupe, on the other hand, is offered in EX-T, LX, EX-L, LX-P, and Touring trims.
What Are The Colors?
Exterior 2018 Honda Civic colors include Taffeta White, Modern Steel Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, Energy Green Pearl, Rallye Red, Crystal Black Pearl, and Aegean Blue Metallic.
2018 Honda Civic Review of Exterior & Interior Pictures
Standard accessories offered for the Civic LX include driver height adjustment, cruise control, LED taillights and running lights, sixteen-inch steel wheels, a USB port, a rearview camera, a six-speaker sound system, automatic dual-zone climate control, full power accessories, a five-inch central display, an expanded-view driver side mirror, automatic headlights, Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, and Pandora connectivity.
Tacking on keyless entry and ignition, a panoramic sunroof, upgraded cloth upholstery, and a HD and satellite radio, is the 2018 Honda Civic LX-P model.
Opting for the Civic EX sedan gets you the features above plus a seven-inch touchscreen interface, an eight-speaker audio system, smartphone app integration, a rearview camera, a rear-folding 60/40-split seatbacks, a trip computer, heated side mirrors, and sixteen-inch alloy wheels.
Other features offered for the rest of the trims will be known weeks leading to its release date.
What can I expect from 2018 Honda Civic Engine Specs?
A power output rated at 158 horsepower and 138 pounds-ft. of torque is generated by the four-cylinder 2.0L engine fitted under the hoods of both the LX and EX trim models. The front-wheel drive is standard across the lineup, as either the six-speed manual or a CVT.
More power rated at 174 horsepower and 162 pounds-ft. of torque is offered by the turbocharged 1.5L four-cylinder engine offered for the EX-L, EX, and Touring trim models. 2018 Honda Civic 0-60 mph is rated at 6.7 seconds with a Civic Touring.
How Much Fuel Does It Spend?
When we come to the fuel economy, the turbocharged Civics should be expected to check in at 31/42/35 mpg in the city/highway/combined, and 27/40/31 mpg for the manual-equipped Civic LX model.
When to Expect And How Much For The 2018 Honda Civic?
Credible sources say the new Civic Sedan price starts from an MSRP of $18,640, and $19,050 for the Civic Coupe. They are expected to go for sale sometime in the first half of 2018, at least for the U.S.A market.
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