The Honda Civic 2017 sedan is a performance variant of the Honda Civic tenth-generation. This is aiming to sell units in Europe eyeing on popularizing the next generation of this model. Another version of the same model is of sedan class, which will be manufactured in America. It is tagged as Sedan.
Honda Civic 2017 – Competitors and Latest Reports
Being a hatchback, this Honda Civic 2017 will be having a strong competition from models like Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf. They are the leading competitors in this section since the last decade. But on the front wheel drive its hot competitors will be the likes of Ford Focus ST, Seat Leon Copra 280 and Renault Megan Sport 275 Trophy. It is also going to fight against some other anticipated cars of: Ford RS, Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG and Volkswagen Golf R.
Around 300 million dollars is rolling out for the production of this fabulous car. This present version is a Type R hatchback. The ultra-stylish car is exclusively made in United Kingdom, and from there it will be exported in the global market. Initially, only European and US markets will enjoy the luxury of this car.
This time, Honda has put all its efforts to create best. Continuous improvement on safety measures, unique fuel efficiency, more leg room and a head room can possibly make Honda Civic 2017 best among its class.
A lot of efforts are being made by Honda through this variant in order to stand out in the hatchback segment. Around $303.7 million has already been invested by the Japanese manufacturer for using cutting edge technology and processes for their new release.
Honda Civic 2017 – Engine and Fuel Economy
You have two variants in the hatchback segment. One is the 1.5 liter with four cylinders and the other is 2.0 liter with 4 cylinders. The latter one generates 127 Horsepower whereas the previous one generates 201 Horsepower. Both are VTEC turbo engines that provide good fuel efficiency. The sedan version of the Honda Civic 2017 will have an engine capacity of 1.5 liters. It will consist of direct injected fuel system and turbocharged engine with four cylinders. It can stretch its power till 174 hp. More is being expected in terms of horsepower from Civic fans. Another variant of capacity 2.0 liters is being manufactured in the United States. It is a four-cylinder i-VTEC engine with 158 hp. The Japanese automobile manufacturer has not yet mentioned anything about its exporting parameters.
Honda Civic 2017 – Interior and Exterior
There has been a substantive change in interiors of this new hatchback. This change was due from Honda. Dynamism will be maintained in this release also, as happens with all other models of Honda. The packaging, quality, type of material has been revamped. The inside has been given a sporty feel. Charcoal headlining is going to provide an extra edge to the model. Flat bottom steering wheel, pillar covers, figure embracing race seats, inlays of black or red colored Alcantara are going to make car lovers, especially Honda devotees fall for this vehicle.
This beast is portrayed as an animal to some as well as a flying bird to some. Different people are having a different perception. What would you call a Civic Type R hatchback with five doors and aggressive bumper and smoky headlights?
The exterior design of the vehicle is sleeker than before. But somehow it resembles their 2016 model. Aggressive front and stubby rear make the car unique among its competitors. Headlights are sleek and tail lights are distinctive. All the features are monitored with the large central touchscreen panel. Ride height is lowered for perfect road grip and latest alloy wheels just work as a cherry on the cake. The rear wing is massive and red accents with flaring fenders are going to take Honda Civic 2017 one level higher.
Honda Civic 2017 – Price and Release Date
Honda is all hush-hush about the pricing of their 2017 Honda Civic. But according to speculations, this car is going to be priced around $20,000. A famed Japanese automaker has announced about their brand new type R variant in Europe. It is expected to be launched in early 2017.