The 10th generation of the Honda Civic has been released with the goal of recapturing the ‘sporty’ image through the design of its body and chassis, an image that was for so long associated with the Civic series. Currently the Civic will be released in two variants, the first model will be the 1.6-litre SOHC i-VTEC engine which gives off 123bhp, the second and arguably more eagerly anticipated will be the 1.5-litre DOHC VTEC Turbo giving off an impressive 171bhp.
However, in addition to giving off an adrenaline filled buzz to its consumers, the 10th gen civic also boasts market leading levels of ride refinement and fuel efficiency, along with providing some of the most up-to-date safety features, such as Honda’s lane watch system, an electronic parking brake and walk-away auto locking.
Although, it’s primary focus is to be interpreted as ‘sporty’ the Civic has been internally designed to put the consumer at ease, through the use of materials and colors often associated with ‘luxury’ cars. Purchasers of the 10th gen Civic will also be treated to top of the range accessories such as Apple car play and a 7-inch screen in which to view your Apple car play and numerous other features.
The 10th generation Honda Civic is a firsthand example of where it’s possible to combine both ‘luxury’ and ‘sporty’ into making one magnificent car to cater the needs of a larger audience.
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