Thursday, January 21, 2016
After a rough debut in 2011, the Honda Civic had to head back to the drawing boards (literally!) For the first time that year, the Honda Civic didn't receive the coveted seal of approval from Consumer Reports, but a thorough makeover in 2012 put them back in good graces with Consumer Reports. And now in 2016, Honda has made a big comeback and the 2016 Honda Civic has earned the title of "2016 North American Car of the Year".
With a sporty 2016 redesign, Honda is back in the drivers seat (Pun intended). Upper-end models offer new turbocharged engines, a first for Honda in mainstream non-performance cars. Lower-cost versions come standard with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that puts out 158 horsepower. That's less than the 174 horsepower the turbo engine produces, but it's still more than competitors like the Corolla and Elantra. Congratulations Honda!
Shop our Honda Civic inventory at www.capital-honda.com or visit our showroom located at 2651 Jolly Rd. Okemos, MI. 48864 where you can speak with a member of our Honda Certified Sales Team. We look forward to hearing from you.