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New, larger Honda Civic breaks 40 mpg obstacle

Besides becoming roomier, Honda’s new Civic compact could brighten buyers with its improved gas mileage when it goes on sale next month. The Civic is among the nation’s best-selling cars and Honda released information of its redesign for 2016 on Monday. The new sedan is bigger– it’s three inches longer, two inches larger and has 3.2 cubic feet more traveler space. Yet it weighs less than the outbound 2015 design and gets better gas mileage. Each version unveiled up until now breaks through the 40-mile-per-gallon barrier in highway driving. And the lowest cost boosts just modestly. The new 2016 Civic will start at $19,575 consisting of delivery charges for a base design with a six-speed handbook transmission and 2-liter engine. That’s up from $19,310 for the outbound 2015 design. The most expensive version, with Civic’s very first 1.5-liter turbo and bonus like navigation, a 10-speaker 450-watt audio and more, opts for $27,335. Honda is hoping buyers see the new Civic as a go back to the sort of car that made the Civic a preferred with generations of Americans: fun to drive, fuel reliable and great looking. Honda established the sedan at its tech center in Ohio. Other designs, including a coupe, a hatchback, Si and Type R performance designs will follow over the next 18 months. Honda confesses the Civic had grown dull and placid for many years, far from its roots as a cost effective, satisfying and reliable little car. The U.S. engineering group set out to change that by benchmarking the brand-new automobile’s handling versus stylish European compacts like the Audi A3. The Civic likewise takes on compacts like the Chevrolet Cruze, Dodge Dart, Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra, Mazda 3, Nissan Sentra, Toyota Corolla and VW Jetta. The new Civic feels tight and responsive. It’s at home on twisty country roads, with direct steering and positive brakes. The suspension holds the automobile flat and steady through quick curves. It likewise stifles the effect of rough surface areas. Readily available features include lane keeping assist, adap …
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