Honda is a company built on dreams which inspire the people working there to create innovative products that are meant to bring benefit to society and its mobility. One of these sorts of dreams is being set in the form of the Honda Civic. The Civic hatchback and wagon facelifts have just been exhibited at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
The Honda Civic features updated front bumper together with restyled headlights that incorporate daytime running lights. The hatchback has a restyled rear bumper, black rear spoiler, modified side skirts and LED taillights. Inside the vehicle we can discover an Android-running infotainment system equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen display and providing support for DAB and Internet radio, Bluetooth, satellite navigation (optional), rear-view camera and Internet browsing. The car is also equipped with chrome door handles, updated upholstery as well as metallic black accents.
Honda also released a Sport version of the 2015 Civic hatchback. It is distinguished by a set of 17-inch alloy wheels, front mesh grille inserts and a sportier front bumper. All clients will have the chance to choose between a naturally aspirated 1.8-liter gasoline engine generating 142 HP (104 kW) or a 1.6-liter turbodiesel outputting 120 HP (88 kW).
All the new Civic models have to offer as standard a City-Brake Active system responsible with reducing the risk of a low-speed crash by using the radar technology to scan the road up ahead. Working at speeds of up to 19 mph (30 km/h), the system will instantly activate the brakes if it detects an imminent risk of collision. The Paris Motor Show has also been the host of other Honda models, such as the Jazz, HR-V, CR-V and the Civic Type R concept.
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