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2012 Honda Civic

Submitted by on December 6, 2011 – 12:15 amNo Comment

That’s right, this is the 2012 Honda Civic in all its glory. The Honda Civic has been around for what seems like ages, from the first generation in 1973 to the eighth generation which began in 2006, and now Honda’s little star sedan is entering its ninth generation of one of the company’s most popular and globally recognized products.

The 2012 Honda Civic embraces the fundamental concept of a “futuristic and distinctive compact,” a direction that introduces new values that reach ahead of present-day needs and elevates the experience that Honda Civic represents. Major strides include improvements to refinement throughout, increased fuel economy on all models, the further addition of interactive technologies for personalization and convenience, along with enhancements to performance, ride and interior packaging.

2012 honda civic rear view 564×375 2012 Honda Civic
Now the 2012 Honda Civic is getting an “HF” high fuel economy and a hybrid version for its lineup that will allow the Honda Civic to become one of the most efficient models on the market, with an economy estimated at 40 mpg. The full lineup will includes these two new models, plus the sedan and coupe versions with conventional gasoline engines, two sporty “Si” performance versions, and a natural gas alternative-fuel variant.

The standard Honda Civic sedan, coupe, and the HF is powered by a 1.8 liter i-VTEC 4 cylinder engine that delivers 140 HP and is mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. This engine delivers a fuel economy of 39 mpg on the highway, an improvement of 3 mpg when compared to the current model. The HF version is estimated to deliver a total of 41 mpg on the highway. Both models will also be offered with the Honda ECO Assist technology.

2012 Honda Civic engine 2012 Honda Civic
As the Honda Civic that’s meant to steal the hearts of performance lovers. The SI version is powered by a larger, more powerful 2.4-liter engine that delivers a total of 200 HP mated to a six-speed manual gearbox with 170 ft-lb of torque. But despite the larger displacement and the improved torque, the engine is estimated to achieve an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 31 mpg; an increase of 2 mpg when compared to the current model.

And finally, the Honda Civic hybrid version gets a 1.5-liter i-VTEC 4-cylinder gasoline engine with an output of 110 HP combined with an electric motor and a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). The hybrid version is expected to achieve an EPA-estimated city/highway combined fuel economy of 45 mpg, an improvement of 4 mpg compared to the current Civic Hybrid.

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