2017 Honda Civic Review – Exterior Design
The new Honda Civic model will adopt an aggressive and dynamic appearance. The exterior outlook is complemented by a bold sleek body styling. Other exterior features include massive rear wing, flared fenders and to the angular front air inlets. The overall exterior theme is just awesome and will probably keep your eyes glued to the car, thanks to the beautiful curve bending, the bold grille designing.
The handsome futuristic look is further complemented by luxurious rear lights and LED daytime running lights. The LED lighting technology has also been adopted by the rear Boomerang-shaped taillights which extends to the trunk lid. The car will run on either 18 inches or 19-inch sporty alloy wheels with a wheelbase of 103 inches. The rear end looks more impressive with double exhaust system and a curved bumper
2017 Honda Civic -Interior Design
Inside the car, you should expect a spacious and comfortable interior design. Expect modern technological features with high-quality leather upholstering on the seats. The chrome-finished foot pedals adopt a sporty gauge and the steering wheel has been refreshed with mounted controls.
The new dashboard will adopt a premium 4-speaker multi-touch HD audio system. There will be also USB interface and Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity which can be integrated with other devices like IPod. The standard safety features include a rearview camera, turn signal, electronic braking system, and multiple airbags among others.
2017 Honda Civic -Engine Performance
Under the hood, the base engine that will power the new Honda Civic is 2.0 liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine. This powertrain is going to feature a variable valve timing technology (VTEC) and will be capable of sending up to 300 horsepower to the front wheels via six-speed manual transmission. The new front suspension design is expected to suppress the torque steer. It will be capable of attaining 62 mph within 5.7 seconds while its top speed is rated at 167 mph.
The manufacturer has also lined up two optional gasoline powertrains. The first optional motor is a 1.0- liter three-cylinder engine which is rated to produce up to 127 horsepower. The second one is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine capable of delivering up to 201 horsepower. There are rumors indicating that the automaker will offer a hybrid engine variant. If offered, this hybrid variant will adopt two motor systems. The first single electric motor will be powering the wheels while the other charging the battery. The hybrid engine will deliver an impressive fuel economy of 47 miles per gallon in the city and 45mpg on the highway, translating to a combined EPA of about 46 mpg.
2017 Honda Civic -Release Date and Price
Honda has not yet provided the official release date and price for the upcoming Honda Civic. However, consumers are anticipating that the car will enter the auto market towards the end of this year or in the first quarter of 2017. It will go for about $30,000 as the base price.