2016 Honda Civic Hybrid
2016 Honda Civic Hybrid is the 10th edition of this car on the American market. In offer will be three versions, namely: sedan, coupe and convertible. His debut was made official at the New York Auto Show, in April 2015 year. Sporty and aggressive design features will leave you breathless. Expected you a few changes to the exterior including: front grille, spoilers, headlights, fog lights, wheels and more. Further details are not yet known and will be available later. The interior offers new materials and technologies that increase the level of comfort. The cabin is reached with the new devices and security features. The drive system is based on a hybrid drive that delivers better gas mileage and lower emissions. It will also be possible to travel in pure electric mode, which in the past was not the case. Manufacturers expect growth in sales and popularity in the US market.
2016 Honda Civic Hybrid – Fuel Consumption
2016 Honda Civic Hybrid under the hood hides turbo 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that is paired with an electric motor. New generation of battery allows quick charging and high capacity. Natural ventilation and VTEC friendly technologies brings fuel consumption, which is estimated according EPA rating on over 40 mpg. The optional engine is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with greater power output. Hybridized systems will be mated to a CVT transmission or seven-speed automatic double-clutch transmission. Power are transmit on all-wheel drive. Integrated Motor Assist hybrid setting will remain part of the drive specification. Detailed information will be announced later.
2016 Honda Civic Hybrid – Price & Release Date
2016 Honda Civic Hybrid offers improved interior design and sophisticated devices. The seats are made of new materials and the possibility of changing position. The list of standard equipment includes a 7-inch touchscreen, Pandora Internet radio connectivity, cruise control, navigation and automatic air conditioning. Safety is ensured by airbags, rear-view camera, Traction control and more. The biggest competitors are the Nissan Sentra, Toyota Corolla, Mazda 3 and Ford Focus. Sales will begin in autumn 2015 year and the price will move from $ 23,000.