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A Quick Look at the Turbocharged 2017 Honda Civic
Over the past few years, the car industry has taken surprising leaps forward. In keeping with this industry-wide inclination to offer the unexpected, Honda has changed the game once again – this time with a brand new turbocharged engine. This 1.58 liter engine can produce nearly 205 horsepower, which is equivalent to a naturally aspirated 2.4 liter. The torque is 18 pounds-per-feet higher than that offered by the previous generation of Si, amounting to 192 pounds-per-feet.
- Honda is giving buyers a multitude of different trim and seating options to choose from, for both the Civic Coupe and Sedan.
- Each model boasts an edgy new look for 2017, a visual upgrade that in and of itself makes this baby worth a second look. A more rigid body was introduced this year for the tenth-generation, making this model larger, leaner and lower than ever before. And that’s only the outside.
- The sleek and comfortable interior is what really seals the deal for Honda’s newest toy. The newest technology in touchscreen systems, dual-zone climate controls, steering controls, parking sensors, brake assist and smartphone capabilities are just a few perks that come standard in the 2017 Civic.
- The 2017 model is substantially lighter than the 2016 version. It is also equipped with stiffer springs and antiroll bars, maximizing drivers’ control. They’re getting more mileage, too – the new Civic gets anywhere between 30 and a staggering 39 miles per gallon.
- Available in both six-speed manual and automatic transmissions, this car has options to appeal to all kinds of drivers.
- Riding in style has never been more affordable. Pricing for the 2017 Honda Civic Coupe can start as low as $19,000, while the Sedan starts at just over $18,000. These attractive starting prices put upgraded trim levels well within reach.