Honda updated hatchback Honda CivicAugust 20, 2019
After the upgrade, the model received a slightly modified exterior, a modified interior and a new transmission.
The Japanese company Honda has decided to refresh its Civic hatchback so that it can adequately compete with its main rivals in the segment. As a result, the Sport Touring modification saw the light, which offers a manual transmission as a transmission. The previous variator has not disappeared anywhere and, as before, is available for purchase.
The appearance of the new Civic Sport Touring has become more aggressive due to the new design of the pseudo-air intakes, in which the foglights and tinted optics are integrated. The rear of the hatchback has undergone similar changes. In addition, the head optics equipped with improved LEDs, giving a wider and longer beam of light.
In the salon, the novelties improved vibroacoustics, and also picked up new finishes for it. The new Civic also relies on multimedia with a seven-inch display and support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which is now standard on sports versions, as well as an increase in the number of speakers to eight (versus four). The buttons on the steering wheel have been updated, and the autostart system now appears in the arsenal of auto options.
On the technical side, in addition to the new transmission, there are no changes. Honda Civic is still equipped with a 160-horsepower aspirated or 176-horsepower turbo engine and a half liters. The first power unit now works in tandem with both the CVT and the 6-speed manual transmission, the second with CVT.
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