The 2007 Honda HFP Civic Si Sedan package offers its enthusiast customers a 36,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and it comprises a large number of style-enhancing products. The ride height is reduced by high-performance springs, while body roll is decreased and road handling characteristics are enhanced by high-performance dampers. Improving the engine sound, a chrome sport muffler also shows great levels of performance. The interior HFP emblems complete the package, which is scheduled to go on sale in the spring of 2007 at an estimated price of $3,800 plus installation, but its components can be acquired individually.
As a dealer installed accessory, Honda's in-house HFP products carry the same 3-year/36,000 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty as the rest of the vehicle and are designed to genuinely enhance the ownership experience. Similar to the Civic Si Coupe HFP package on sale since spring 2006, the Civic Si Sedan HFP package includes a wide range of performance- and style-enhancing products. High-performance springs reduce ride height by about one-inch and lower the vehicle's roll center. High-performance dampers enhance road handling characteristics and decrease body roll. Larger wheels and tires include 18x7 alloy wheels (plus 1-inch diameter) designed for high-performance 215/40ZR-18 tires (sold separately). A chrome sport muffler emphasizes performance and enhances engine sound. A full aerodynamic body kit (front, sides and rear) further elevates the style quotient of the entire vehicle. Interior and exterior HFP emblems complement the package. The HFP package for the Civic Si Sedan goes on sale in the spring of 2007 with an estimated MSRP of $3,800 plus installation (estimated at 5.6 hours). HFP components can also be purchased individually. American Honda launched its performance accessory program in 2002 with the introduction of a Honda Factory Performance package for the Civic EX Coupe.
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