Honda launches its new 10th generation Civic Sedan for the North American market. The car will include the first Honda turbo engine in the U.S and will be equipped with Honda Sensing technologies.
Today Honda unveiled its all new, dynamically styled 10th generation 2016 Civic Sedan. The car is slated for sale in the US this fall. The design of the car intends to recapture the sporty character of Civic while creating the world’s best compact car.
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The Civic Sedan is the first in a series of 10th generation Civic models. These models will include a sedan, coupe and high-performance Si models. Apart from this there will be a 5-door hatchback and the first ever Civic Type-R model for the US.
The 2016 Civic will feature two all new engines which will include the first ever application of Honda turbo engine technology in the US. These powerful and fuel efficient engines will be combined with a sophisticated new body and chassis design.
This will deliver incredibly responsive and sporty performance with a higher level of ride refinement. The 2016 Civic Sedan will also be available with the Honda Sensing technologies. This will include Collision Mitigation Braking, Road Departure Mitigation and Adaptive Cruise Control.
The new car is around 2 inches wider and 1 inch lower with a 1.2 inch longer wheelbase compared with the current model. The car features a more compact and sporty front overhang.
The new Civic will also feature LED exterior lighting that brings out its sporty look. The new car will feature new Honda LED headlights, LED daytime running lights and distinctive C-shaped LED taillights.
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“This tenth-generation Civic is quite simply the most ambitious remake of Civic we've ever done," said John Mendel, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co, Inc. “We are bringing more new technology and innovative thinking to Civic than ever before to establish a new benchmark for fun-to-drive performance, fuel efficiency, safety performance and refinement in the compact class."