2018 Honda Civic – Honda has introduced its 10th-generation of Honda Civic in a year ago as the 2016 model year. Thanks to them for giving a more spacious interior. The slightly larger compact car is classified by the EPA as a midsize car. While the previous civic generations were considered as a compact car.
The EPA usually combines car’s interior volume and trunk space to classify them. However, It merely reflects the interior size and not reflect how consumers will actually buy the cars. In the next year, Honda will introduce another series of the tenth generation from Honda Civic as 2018 model year. Many people expect that 2018 Honda Civic will get some refreshment than the previous model year.
It is likely to become a tradition of Honda company to wait until the fourth model year for making a major refreshment. The upcoming 2018 Honda Civic may largely unchanged from its 2018 model year. Changes might be limited to the minor trim revisions and updates.
Car’s Engine and Performance
The last model of the 2018 Honda Civic is using 2.0-liter I-4 for LX and EX on the sedan as well as LX and LX-P on the coupe. This 2.0-liter engine able to produce 158 horsepower. While for the trim with a turbocharged engine able to produce 174-horsepower.
This engine is available for the EX-T. For trim with a turbocharged engine, it also equipped with automatic continuously variable transmission or CVT. While for trim with the 2.0-liter engine is using six-speed manual. If you want to buy Sports hatchback model, the engine that you may get is a 1.5-liter engine with the capacity to produce 180 horsepower and torque 177 pound-feet.
If you are looking for the more powerful engine you can choose 2018 Honda Civic in Type R. This car will use 2.0-liter turbo with capacity 306 hp and 295 pound-feet.
Car’s Exterior and Interior
The 2018 Honda Civic is considered longer and wider than the model in the previous generation. If you want to get a more aggressive design on the new Civic generation, you may choose the new Honda Si variant and Honda Civic Type R.
The interior of the 2018 Honda Civic remains unchanged. It uses sportier cabins featuring thickly bolstered seats. It has unique interior accents like in the Si and R type. Inside the cabin, there are several standard features remain such as 16-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, a 5-inch central display, cruise control, auto headlights, auto climate control, and much more.
Price and Release Date
The 2018 Honda Civic will be introduced in the late of this year and it would be in car’s showroom at the beginning of 2018 as 2018 model year. The new Honda Civic will come in the different trim levels and series.
For a base unit, it will cost around $17,575 to $27,435 including the destination fees. For the price of Si and Type-R models, it starts a bit higher. Si will be sold around the mid of $20,000 while the Type R will start in the mid of $30,000.