Honda Civic

Honda Civic Sedan

Honda Civic Sedan

2018 Honda Civic sedan

Pros: Roomy interior; crisp treatment; economical powertrains; “Honda Sensing” safety features are available on virtually all trim levels

Cons: Touchscreen ensure aren’t easy to use while driving; so-so acceleration; noisier than numerous compact-car antagonists; journey can get a bit stiff over rough pavement

CG Says: The 2018 Honda Civic is unchanged. Civic is a compact car available as a 4-door sedan, 4-door hatchback, and 2-door coupe. Civic offers the choice of a 158 -horsepower 2.0 -liter 4-cylinder or a turbocharged 1.5 -liter four in most simulations. The 1.5 -liter engine develops 174 hp, 180 hp, or 205 hp in conduct Si.( Examine device chart below .) The low-production Type R is powered by a 305 -hp turbocharged 2.0 -liter 4-cylinder. Among Civic’s available pieces are remote engine start, rain-sensing wipers, heated rear accommodates, dual-zone climate control, and Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto functionality for the infotainment structure. A “Honda Sensing” suite of safety equipment includes lane-departure urge, lane-keep assistance, forward collision warning and mitigation, and adaptive sail sovereignty. Civic’s 2016 redesign leant Honda back at the top of the improbably competitive compact-car class. Some of its contenders are quieter, and some give more peculiarities for the money, but the Civic’s spaciousness, available tech facets, locking driving identity, productivity, and all-around refinement–not to mention its model lineup–make it a compact-car must-see.

The Facts

Class Compact Car

Body Style( s) 4-door sedan, 4-door hatchback, 2-door coupe

Passenger Count 5 Drive Wheels front-wheel drive

Manufacturer Honda Nation of Manufacture USA, Canada, England

Base Prices LX sedan: $19,715 EX sedan: $22,115 EX-T sedan: $22,475 EX-L sedan: $24,775 Si sedan: $24,975 Touring sedan: $27,575 LX hatchback: $20,775 Sport hatchback: $22,375 EX hatchback: $23,875 EX-L Navi hatchback: $26,375 Sport Touring hatchback: $29,375 LX coupe: $20,125 LX-P coupe: $21,925 EX-T coupe: $22,575 EX-L coupe: $24,550 Si coupe: $24,975 Touring coupe: $27,200 Type R hatchback: $34,990

Base Engine 2.0-liter 4-cylinder( LX sedan/ coupe, LX-P coupe, EX sedan)

Horsepower 158 Std. Transmission 6-speed manual

Avail. Transmission CVT EPA City Range( mpg) 28-30 EPA Hwy Range( mpg) 39-40

Optional Engine turbocharged 1.5 -liter 4-cylinder

Horsepower (174 in LX hatchback, EX hatchback, EX-L coupe/ hatchback, EX-T sedan/ coupe, Touring sedan/ coupe)( 180 in Sporthatchback, Sport Touring hatchback)( 205 in Si)

Std. Transmission 6-speed manual

Avail. Transmission CVT EPA City Range( mpg) 28-32 EPA Hwy Range( mpg) 36-42

Optional Engine turbocharged 2.0 -liter 4-cylinder( Type R)

Horsepower 305 Std. Transmission 6-speed manual

Avail. Transmission NA EPA City Range( mpg) 22 EPA Hwy Range( mpg) 28

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NHTSA Ratings

Overall – 5


( 5 is the highest rating)

Front Crash – 5


Side Crash – 5


Rollover – 5


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