Honda is one of the largest auto-mobile manufacturers in the world, and has been since the 1960s with the company now famous for the cars it produces as well as the motorcycles which were originally the focus of its production. One of the most popular models of Honda’s cars is the Civic, and the success of this model is reflected in the fact that Honda has been producing upgraded versions of it for several years running now – each of which is designed to offer improved specifications compared with the previous version, if you want to see any of the models visit motors.co.uk. So what are the specifications for the most recent version of the Honda Civic?
Well the most recently released version of this model, which was unveiled in public at the Frankfurt motor show, boasts impressive specifications as anyone familiar with Honda’s commitment to constant innovation and improvement would expect. The car, a mid-size hatchback, has alloy wheels, air conditioning, daytime running lights and ECON driving mode. The latter of which increases the fuel efficiency of the vehicle and demonstrates the importance of environmental awareness once again from the company which was the first major automobile manufacturer to accept the Clean Air Act as far back as 1975.
The latest version of the Honda Civic is available in a number of different trim levels – including the SE, EX, ES and EX GT – all of which come with different specs meaning buyers can choose based on what is most important to them. The SE model has the air conditioning option, USB connection and 16-inch alloy wheels while the ES model boasts foldable door mirrors, rear parking camera, cruise control featuring a speed limiter, automatic windscreen wipers and headlights and Bluetooth capability amongst other things. Innovative features of other Honda vehicles such as the Collision Mitigation Braking System and the Adaptive Cruise Control have also been made a feature of the Civic range for the first time. These new versions make them a real challenge to comparable vehicles by rivals like the Toyota Auris and the Ford Focus.
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