2019 Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe Add More Standard Driver-assist Tech
2019 Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe Add More Standard Driver-assist Tech – After years of mediocrity, the Honda Civic once again became a compact car that should be cared for when the 10th generation model was present in 2015. When the Civic rolled into the 2019 model, the coupe body style and sedan found a myriad of updates. (Honda doesn’t recite updates for the Civic hatchback) to keep it fresh.
The Honda Civic 2019 sedan and coupe find more standard driver-assist technology, new Sport trim levels, and fresh styling. The last item is very smooth because the changes in the exterior of both the sedan and coupe are relatively small. Honda claims the front fascia has been significantly modernized, but you have to park the 2019 Civic next to the 2018 partner to pursue the difference.
The Honda Sensing sensing package is now standard on all Civic sedans and trims coupes. This is classified as autonomous forced braking, front collision warnings, embarkation road countermeasures with track embarkation warnings, lane keep assists, and adaptive cruise control. Honda Sensing is standard or there are optional extras on all of Honda 2019, and Honda plans to make it standard on all boards by the 2022 model.
Honda does not recite any mechanical changes, which means Civic buyers will continue to get the option of two engines, with a six-speed manual gearbox or continuously variable transmission (CVT). The basic engine is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 158 horsepower and 138 lb-.ft of torque. After providing an upgrade, Honda also provides 1.5-liter engines that are supported by turbocharged and 4-cylinder. The turbo engine produces 174 hp, and 162 lb-ft with CVT or 167 lb-ft with a manual. Performance models for the Civic Si and Civic Type R are also desirable to go home too.
The 2019 Civic also gets a new trim Sport level, which is one of the LX and EX bases. The sport gets a piano black exterior trim, as well as a rear spoiler and Civic Si-polygonal exhaust like a sedan tip. Only available with a 2.0-liter engine, the Civic Sport drives an 18-inch wheel. This also gets a 7.0-inch Audio Display system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Honda did not make price arrangements for the 2019 Civic sedan and coupe, but the modernized model must immediately hit the showroom.