Honda used to be a staple on our roads and is now making an Australian comeback with their new car.
The Honda Civic hatchback is clean, simple, and said to take style into ‘another stratosphere.’ And we can see this by the bold design of the new model with its crisp finishes and slick interior.
This car is set to be every driver’s best friend on the roads, and there’s no better way to jump into the holiday than on some new hot wheels.
From sporty and energetic to comfortable and quiet, this new Honda is perfect for everyone, and we’ve got the inside scoop from those who got to test drive the car to tell you everything you need to know about this Honda civic.
Why Travel In A Honda?
When it comes to a Honda, you know that you’re making the right choice through and through.
The new Honda Civic has been upgraded in every way and promises to fill you with joy and confidence the minute you start driving it.
Driving, control, and comfort are taken to the next level through super-responsive Dual Pinion electric power steering and specially-tuned suspension, resulting in the best drive yet.
It’s the perfect car for travel, to suit your driving style and the environment you can switch between sports, econ and normal road.
So no matter the circumstances, the Honda civic will have your back. This vehicle has been engineered to maximize your performance while minimizing your environmental impact.
This Honda is seamless on the inside and sleek on the outside; it has swooping curves and a structure that combines efficiency and excitement.
Every final touch and luxury feature has been integrated for your ultimate enjoyment, so not only will you look good in this vehicle, you’ll feel good too.
Travel In Style
There’s nothing much that’s missing in this Civic hatch. From USB points to Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay, you’ll have the perfect playlists to accompany you on your travels.
You can make and take those important calls with seamless connectivity and use the GPS Navigation system.
The Honda Civic features a dashboard with an authentic honeycomb-pattern metal mesh, and the perfect leather-trimmed steering wheel compliments this well.
Everything is conveniently displayed behind the steering wheel, so you’ll know everything you need to know at all times.
The climate system air vents are hidden behind the dashboard, so everything is practical and looks great.
Due to the dual-zone climate control, the driver and passenger can dial the perfect temperature making the drive pleasant for everyone.
And the remarkable Plastmacluster filtration system keeps the air around you healthy by freshening the air in the cabin.
A perfect feature for those long drives.
LED daytime running lights are incorporated to elevate your view (this is great for when dad thought he didn’t need the GPS and now you’re lost in the dark in the middle of nowhere) and assist during day and night.
Performance And Design (The More Technical Stuff)
This Honda Civic has a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol four-cylinder engine.
According to various car reviews, the new civic uses 6.3 liters per 100km on the combined cycle.
It is fair to say that the fuel consumption on Honda’s latest model is pretty impressive. It also comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission.
The car feels rock solid at 100km/h due to the 18-inch alloy wheels. It has firm body control and rides well. For the driver’s convenience, the Honda Civic has been fitted with stop/start technology.
So no more bulky keys, and getting going is as easy as pushing a button (literally).
To free up space, Honda has incorporated a simple parking brake button, making for a longer armrest and roomier center console.
The front seats have been designed to improve support for the thigh, pelvis, and chest.
Due to the wider and longer hatch, the backseats are very spacious, and boot space is good too.
Not only will the driver be comfortable, but the passengers too.
The Honda civic makes for a great family car and is spacious enough when loading a lot. This car is a perfect choice with all the standard equipment, from air conditioning to a premium sound system.
Safety First Kids
There are eight airbags in total, front and front-side, knee airbags, and full-length curtain airbags. For a higher level of sophistication and ease, these vehicles have an electric park brake.
ISOFIX, for attaching child safety seats, Forward collision warning (FCW), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Low-speed Follow (LSF), and Forward collision warning (FCW), to name a few.
These factors make it worth the price and guarantee that safety is a priority.
So, now all you have to do is head to your nearest Honda Dealership. These cars are pricer than the Civic RS, but you’ll soon realize that it will be a purchase you’ll never forget.