The latest version of the Honda Civic has only been on the market for a couple of model years, but Honda feels it’s time for some upgrades to this impressive model. As the brand looks for the Civic to be one of the best-selling cars in America, they have added more of what we want for the drive to this compact car that can be the one you’re looking for when you’re ready to drive. If you already admire what the Civic has to offer, you’re going to love it even more when you see what 2019 brings for this car.
This new model of the Honda Civic features styling updates for the Sedan and the Coupe models for you to admire. The front end receives a new piano black upper fascia wing and a restyled lower fascia, bumper, lower grill, and a full-width front splitter, chrome side pod accents, and updated halogen or LED headlights. On the back, you’ll see a Sedan that has chrome on the lower rear bumper and both models enjoy new wheel designs that include larger 18-inch rims that you can choose for the Touring trim that you’re sure to want to drive.
A New Trim for the Civic
When you choose the new Honda Civic as the car you want to drive, you’ll be able to consider the new Sport trim. This new truck fits in between the LX and EX models to give you another way to have what you want when you drive. This trim gives you a rear decklid spoiler, a splitter style to the rear lower bumper that brings in a chrome polygonal exhaust port, an aggressive set of 18-inch ten-spoke alloy wheels that are offered in Berlina Black. This new Sport model is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that’s mated to a CVT automatic or six-speed manual transmission. Inside the cabin, you’ll find an improved seven-inch Display Audio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.
Upgrades to the Trims We Already Know
All trims from the LX to the Touring will now be offered with the Honda Sensing technology. This package of driver assistance features bring you the benefits of collision mitigation braking, forward collision warnings, road departure mitigation, lane departure warnings, lane keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. With this package of features offered, you’re sure to have an easy drive in the Civic that you choose to take on the road.
Ready for the New Civic
If you’re ready to enjoy the improved qualities, impressive style, and even the new Sport trim of the Civic, you’ll have to wait just a little bit longer. The 2019 versions of the Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe will go on sale later this year. Once they are offered, we’ll learn more about the pricing that will be part of what offered to give us the drive we’re looking for when it’s time to head out on the road. Until then, just be patient and know you’re going to have a new Civic for the drive you make every day.