Archive for the ‘Honda Civic’ Category
2019 Honda Civic Engine Specs and Safety Features
The 2019 Honda Civic sedan is ready for the road. This model has a lot of features inside its interior and performance equipment to help you reach your destination safely. Let’s take a look at the 2019 Honda Civic engine specs and safety features to help you see how powerful this sedan is. (more…)
2019 Honda Civic Sedan vs Civic Coupe vs Civic Hatchback
The 2019 Honda Civic comes in 3 body styles. Drivers can choose to drive a 2019 Honda Civic sedan, a 2019 Honda Civic coupe, and a 2019 Honda Civic hatchback. What are the differences between all of these 2019 Honda Civic body styles? We’ll compare them all today!
2019 Honda Civic Sedan vs 2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan
Most car drivers are quite aware of the Honda Civic, either as a sedan or coupe build. However, we’re sure that its many variants aren’t quite as well known, both to the public and even to car enthusiasts. Today, the variant we’ll be looking at is the 2019 Honda Civic Si.
2019 Honda Civic Si Coupe and Sedan Fuel Economy and Pricing
The 2019 Honda Civic Si presents not only a sportier and technologically superior Civic model but one that is also surprisingly more efficient despite its numerous other upgrades. So, how much more efficient is the 2019 Honda Civic Si? Furthermore, how much does the 2019 Honda Civic Si cost?
2019 Honda Civic Coupe and Sedan Paint Color Options
The 2019 Honda Civic is finally here! However, the Civic you know and love hasn’t just come back with a holdover model. Instead, the Honda Civic coupe and sedan models have undergone a significant redesign for their 2019 models! Along with many new features and upgrades since the 2018 Honda Civic, this redesign has also brought new color options of the Civic coupe and sedan builds. So, we’re going to explore those today. Here are the color options for the 2019 Honda Civic coupe and sedan!
2019 Honda Civic Coupe and Sedan Trim Level Pricing
The 2019 Honda Civic isn’t a new generation and therefore doesn’t technically qualify as a redesign. However, is all but title, the extensive changes of the 2019 Honda Civic will constitute a redesign in the eyes of consumers. This is due to the fact of the new Sport trim available on coupe and sedan models along with brand-new technology and a refreshed exterior design.
2019 Honda Civic Sedan, Coupe, and Sport Trim Level Updates
Finally, we have news of the upcoming 2019 Honda Civic. For now, we have news on the 2019 Honda Civic sedan and coupe builds along with a new Sport trim level available for both body styles. As this is the first news release about the upcoming 2019 Honda Civic, there are still many secrets waiting to be unveiled by the Honda automotive company. However, let’s look at what new updates and features we do know to expect when the 2019 Honda Civic releases!
Honda Civic vs Honda Insight vs Honda Accord Sedan Comparison
We’ve previously compared the Honda Civic against the Honda Accord here at Rossi Honda. However, with the upcoming 2019 Honda Insight, Honda will soon now have 3 different sedan models in its commercial catalog. For those looking to buy a sedan model, which Honda sedan is the best option to purchase? Should you buy the Honda Civic, the Honda Insight, or the Honda Accord? What’s the right fit for you? Let’s explore the differences between all of the Honda Sedans to find out how they compare.
2018 Honda Civic vs 2018 Honda Accord
In every car company’s catalog there exists many vehicle classifications that have more than 1 model. For example, Toyota has both the Tacoma and the Tundra pickup trucks. Mazda has the CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9 SUVs. Honda, meanwhile, has 2 fairly comparable sedan models. These are the Honda Civic and the Honda Accord. Now out with their 2018 models, we thought we’d take a look to compare and contrast these 2 models. The 2018 Honda Civic vs the 2018 Honda Accord. What’s the difference?
2018 Honda Civic Type R Performance Specs
Owning a performance automobile is usually a study in compromise. This is especially true if it’s also your daily driver, or the only car you own. Fun weekends at the track are balanced by the typical lack of cargo space, all-weather handling and general functionality. (more…)