2019 Honda Civic Sedan Si Redesign and Full Review
2019 Honda Civic Sedan Si Redesign and Full Review – Talking about Sedan means talking styling and acceleration. Actually, there is not much we can discuss Sedan because everyone already knows how to form Sedan, everyone knows the design of a Sedan, everyone knows how the interior is offered by Sedan. So, why are we still curious about the redesign and upgrades made by the Honda Civic Sedan Si? Of course, there are a lot of changes that make your comfort better, of course, there are many reasons to stick to Sedan when there are many people who start choosing SUVs. If you have ever driven a Civic Sedan Si, we are not too difficult to describe how comfort and styling has been offered before, if you have never driven this car it doesn’t matter, we will give you an official and complete review of this car and make sure you always visit the website we always get other official and interesting information about the All New Honda Civic Sedan Si.
2019 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN Si EXTERIOR REDESIGN AND REVIEW
All Civics are impressive and we like all Civic. But the most impressive in the Sedan class is of course the Civic Sedan Si. This trim is the most sporty and equipped with sophisticated features. 2019 Honda Civic Sedan Si is only slightly below the Civic Type R which is the most aggressive car sports so far in the 306 horsepower class. Honda uses 18 “aluminum-alloy wheels that support the best performance and also provides a Center exhaust finisher that gives the impression of an increasingly aggressive. Sharper body shape and supported with LED headlights (High and low beam) as well as LED daytime running lights to prove that Honda offers performance and safety at the same time, the Aerodynamic system is also very good and supported with Rear wing spoilers. There are many exterior features provided by Honda to improve the performance and styling of this Sedan, including One-touch power moonroof with tilt feature, Shark fin antenna, Body-colored door handles, Speed-sensing, variable intermittent windshield wipers, Folding door mirrors and more.
2019 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN Si INTERIOR REDESIGN AND REVIEW
Maybe you ask, is Honda redesigning? Of course, but 2019 is not the time for Honda to totally redesign and this model will be maintained until 2020. Is it disappointing? Not at all. Your comfort increases, features get better and Honda provides a much better driving experience. Yes, 2019 Honda Civic Sedan Si uses high-quality materials that are very soft and smooth when you sit, supported by Driver’s seat with 6-way manual adjustment as well as Front passenger’s seat with 4-way manual adjustment that allows you to adjust and get the most sitting position comfortable. Modern dashboard design is also an offer that is increasingly difficult to reject. The dashboard design uses high-quality materials, there are many panels there and neatly stitched.
Cargo? As one sedan with a high level of satisfaction, of course, the Honda Civic Sedan Si provides wide cargo, reaching 379 liters of cargo capacity and is supported by 60/40 split fold-down rear seatback. Safety features? Take it easy, when you step on the gas pedal and touch the steering wheel, you have sophisticated safety features, including Honda Assist Automatic Emergency Response System, Side curtain airbags with rollover sensor system, i-SRS airbag system (front), SmartVent side airbags and many again. Infotainment system? Take it easy, because there are many supporting features of this feature to be better, it will not disappoint and frustrate. There are many comfort and convenience features provided by Honda for the best comfort and performance.
2019 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN Si ENGINE SPECS AND REVIEW
If you are talking about engine performance, the Civic Sedan is the most impressive compared to other Civic Sedans and even Touring has not been able to provide the horsepower equivalent to this Sedan. Yes, 2019 Honda Civic Sedan Si offers a 1.5-liter, 16-valve, Direct Injection, DOHC, turbocharged 4-cylinder that can kick more than 205 horsepower @ 5700 rpm and also 192 lb.-ft of torque @ 2100-5000 rpm. You will only get a 6-speed manual transmission and Honda does not provide Continuously variable transmission (CVT) and this is the risk of choosing a sedan with performance that does not disappoint. There are many other engine features provided by Honda, including the Drive-by-Wire Throttle System, Sport button mode, Helical limited slip differential and many more.