The All-New Civic RS, S, and Turbo are now available. Let’s take a look at some of the key features of each one. The standard features include auto LED headlights with LED DRLs, a rear view camera, front and rear parking sensors, keyless entry, electric driver’s seat, automatic wipers, and a 10-speaker audio system.
All-New Civic RS
The All-New Civic RS has a lot to offer in terms of performance, from a powerful engine to a well-equipped interior. It’s also equipped with Honda’s nine-inch advanced HMI display, which offers Android auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. Its system is simple to use and features large icons for easy navigation. It also has a wireless smartphone charger and a set of USB ports.
The interior of the Civic RS Turbo is more upscale than that of other Civic trims. Its dash-width air vents and leather-covered steering wheel make the interior feel more plush. The RS Turbo also has leather-covered seats and thick-rimmed, three-spoke wheels.
The All-New Civic RS has a powerful 1.5-litre turbopetrol engine. Its exterior and cabin are smarter looking, and the car comes with a long list of standard features. It is a fairly pricey vehicle, costing R669 000. But if performance is the priority, it is definitely worth the price.
The Civic’s interior feels sporty, and the seats are made of black leather with redstitched suede. The seats are very comfortable and have Honda’s Body Stabilizing Seat system, which holds the body in place and improves comfort even on long drives. The cabin is also fitted with piano black trim and soft materials.
The All-New Civic RS also offers a wealth of standard equipment. The car has ambient interior lighting and a 10.2-inch fully digital instrument display cluster. The screen allows you to customize the information it displays, and is also customizable from the steering wheel. It can show gauges in traditional round needle-and-dial format, or you can display bar graphs flanking the left and right sides of the screen. It also has a trip computer and Honda Sensing(r) safety system.
The All-New Civic RS is a fun, sporty car that has plenty of safety features. The body structure is the stiffest in the Civic’s history, and features new torsional and bending stiffness. The rear seats have side airbags for your safety. The car also has Honda SENSING technology, which is available for the first time in Indonesia.
The All-New Civic is more responsive and balanced in its handling. The length of the Civic helps make the car feel more stable, and the all-season tires help to soak up bumps. The car’s steering is in harmony with the ride and handling, and is responsive as well. The Civic Type R and Civic Si will both have better handling.
Honda Motor Southern Africa has reestablished its dominance in the C sedan segment with the All-New Civic. This 11th-generation model has a heritage that spans five decades, and its nameplate has become synonymous with the Japanese automaker. The All-New Civic is available in the RS trim only for now, but it will eventually come to SA as the Type R variant.
The All-New Civic is one of the most advanced cars on the market. It boasts an advanced chassis, an 18-inch wheels, and excellent gas mileage. The car also has a sleek cabin design and good interior space.
All-New Civic S
The All-New Civic S is a sporty variant of the Honda Civic. Like its predecessor, the Civic is powered by a four-cylinder engine. The engine is the same as the one used in the 2021 model, and it produces 158 horsepower. The new Civic uses a continuous underfloor coating for improved aerodynamics and fuel efficiency. It also helps reduce vehicle noise and vibration. A new profile of the external mirror and pillars reduce wind noise, and a flat wiper blade is another sound insulator.
For the All-New Civic S, the body structure is stiffer to enhance the vehicle’s handling. It has strengthened cross-members in the floor of the vehicle, located directly in front of the fuel tank. The rear suspension is supported by torsion-bar springs. The front suspension also uses a different type of suspension system that provides more rigidity.
The All-New Civic is one of the most popular compact cars. It has a stylish and refined interior, as well as modern driver safety features. It’s fun to drive, and offers more agile handling than its rivals. It is completely redesigned for the 2022 model year, and features more powerful engines with better fuel efficiency. It also comes standard with easy-to-use technology.
The All-New Civic S features two 140-hp engines. Both are paired with a six-speed manual transmission. On the 1.8 Type S, an optional six-speed automated manual transmission is also available. The i-SHIFT system lets the driver choose between manual and automatic changes, and it is also equipped with steering wheel mounted paddles.
The new Civic also features a new RS version. The RS model has a distinctive shape, and a sharkfin antenna. The new Civic also gets new door mirrors and LED taillights. A sharkfin antenna and chrome-finished dual exhaust pipes also enhance the Civic’s looks.
The All-New Civic is equipped with standard safety features like an antilock brake system and a lane-keeping assist system. The car also features a rearview camera and a G-force control system. The Honda Civic boasts a five-star safety rating under the ASEAN NCAP assessment.
The engine used in the All-New Civic has a more fuel-efficient design and cleaner emissions. It features an airflow meter that works with the latest control technology. The engine block is made of lightweight alloys to reduce the vehicle’s weight and improve fuel economy. Plastic is used for the valve cover, chain guard, and tensioner arm, and aluminium rocker arms reduce its inertial mass.
The second-generation Civic was launched in September 1979 and was the successor to the original Civic. Its exterior dimensions were larger and more angular than the previous Civic, and the engine gained power. The engine used a CVCC design, with a third valve per cylinder. It also introduced lean-burn swirl technology. Depending on the market, the Civic was offered with a 1,335 cc (“1300”) or a 1,488 cc (1500 cc (1490) four-cylinder engine. The second-generation Civic also featured an automatic transmission.
All-New Civic Turbo
The All-New Civic Turbo is a redesigned version of the popular Honda Civic. It combines sportiness with elegance. Its redesigned headlights offer full LEDs or projector halogens for enhanced lighting. These headlights are standard across the Civic variants. The V Turbo version also adds LED fog lights.
In addition to the 1.5-liter Turbo engine, the Civic also comes with an eight-speaker audio system. It also features automatic climate control and rear air vents. It also has a seven-inch digital display for audio and vehicle information. The turbo engine has been redeveloped to produce 180 horsepower and 240 Nm of torque. The engine is paired to a continuously variable transmission.
The Honda Civic Turbo Oriel comes with a 1.5L DOHC VTEC turbo engine. It produces 170 hp at 5500 rpm, whereas the Civic Turbo RS Turbo puts out a slightly higher amount of power. Both models have cruise controls, as well. The base grade model is priced at PKR 4,249,000, while the RS Turbo comes at PKR 4,479,000. Both models come with a three-year/75,000-kilometer warranty.
As for safety features, the Civic will offer a full suite of Honda Sensing driver assistance features. The system includes lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow, and lead car departure notification. The Civic will also come standard with a seven-inch touch screen display. The RS has a 10.2-inch full-digital instrument panel.
The interior is a pleasant experience. It offers ample cargo space, plus a lot of interior room. Its cabin is larger than most sedans in its segment. It also offers rear seats that are comfortable and noise-free. There are also cup and bottle holders. The car offers keyless entry, which is a great convenience.
The interior design is also improved. The cabin has a much more refined feel, and the dashboard is covered with honeycomb-patterned mesh. A new automatic stop/start system and a freer-flowing catalytic converter improve fuel efficiency. The All-New Civic Turbo comes with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine. Front-wheel drive will be standard, and all-wheel-drive will not be available. The new Civic will also have an upgraded infotainment screen. Honda’s new Civic will compete with the Hyundai Elantra and Mazda 3 as well as the Toyota Corolla.
The Honda Civic is a popular car in the Philippines. Its slimmer body line and hightech features make it a desirable choice among car enthusiasts. The newest Civic will debut in the country on November 23, 2021. It will be offered in three trim levels and feature a turbocharged 1.5-liter VTEC engine. It’s also the first Honda vehicle to be offered in the country. If you’re looking for a sporty sedan, this is the car for you.