2018 Honda Civic Review – Honda has released information about the tenth generation of the Civic hatchback version which will debut for the European market at the Paris Motor Show (October 1-16). Developed as a global template, the compact Japanese was completely revised and in this five-door variant retains strongly sporty and dynamic elements that characterized the outgoing model.
2018 Honda Civic Redesign
Wider, lower and more spacious. Based on a new platform, the Civic has grown in width (+30 mm) and length (+130 mm) than the ninth European series, with a wheelbase longer than 30 mm, while the height is decreased by 20 mm. This element, combined with compact shock and searching for the best aerodynamic solutions, helps provide an aggressive look. The total mass was reduced to 16 kg, but the torsional stiffness increased by 52% and thus higher levels of precision and comfort. The center of gravity has been lowered by 10 mm, while the multilink suspension front and rear MacPherson involve. The trunk has a capacity of 478 litres with five seats available, further increasing the rear 60/40 split sofa.
New Honda Civic 2018 Interior Changes
The revamped Interior and infotainment Connect 2. The Interior has been completely redesigned, with more rational solutions for design, but also with special attention to finishes and the driving position, now lower than ben 35 mm. The new infotainment system Connect 2 offers compatibility with Apple and Android Drive CarPlay standards and can be completed in option from the navigation system Garmin 3D with 5 years of updates for the maps included. All information handled by the system can then be replicated on the 7 inch display integrated in the instrument cluster.
2018 Honda Civic Engine Specs Performance
New 1.0 and 1.5 Vtec petrol. For the new Honda Civic 2018 will have the latest drivers of four-cylinder Vtec Turbo family: Besides the 1.5 from 182 HP and 240 Nm (220 Nm with CVT) debuts in fact for the first time the new three cylinder 1.0 from 129 HP and 200 Nm (180 Nm with Cvt). Both units are designed to provide maximum torque at a particularly wide range of revolutions: from 1,700 to 4,500 for 1.0 and 1.5 to 5,500 rpm for 1,700. Consumption data have not yet been disclosed and for the moment it was announced the availability of a diesel unit.
2018 Honda Civic Safety Features
Honda Sensing package. For maximum driving safety will be fitted as standard on the Honda Sensing package that uses radar and cameras on board to handle the Collision Mitigation Braking System, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Road Departure Mitigation, Lane Keeping Assist, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Assistance, Blind Spot Information, Cross Traffic Monitor and Multi-ange Rear View Mirror. All models adopt finally led daytime running lights and Led taillights, richer arrangements than on technology is also used for the main headlights.