The Honda Civic Hatchback 2017 is all set to arrive at dealerships today, having had its fair share of European inspiration along the way. After all, the Honda Civic Hatchback 2017 is a product of Honda's facility in Swindon UK, where this 5-door hatchback is capable of cranking out a performance that befits its aggressive design and form factor.
There are 5 trim grades from which you can choose the Honda Civic Hatchback 2017 from. These 5 trim grades include Sport, LX, EX, EX-L Navi and the flagship trim which is a sport touring edition that is not quite ready for a debut just yet, but is definitely making its way from production lines to showrooms. All Honda Civic Hatchback 2017 variants will arrive with a 1.5 liter turbocharged direct injection four cylinder engine that can be found in other Civic models.
The Sport and LX trims will also come with a six-speed manual transmission option with a CVT automatic as an option. The CVT automatic happens to be a standard when it comes to other models in the Civic range, delivering a rather impressive 174 HP along the way.
When you open the doors to the Honda Civic Hatchback 2017, you will find that its cabin has been given a similar treatment to that of the Sedan and Coupe models, in an effort to flow along with the exterior design. It is rather roomy by all standards, claiming to deliver the best leg room for the rear seat for a car of its class. There is enough boot space of up to 25.7 cubic feet capacity when the rear seat is up.
Regardless of which version of the Honda Civic 2017 you choose, standard equipment will comprise of power assist, hill start assist, cruise control, air conditioning, and foldable rear seats. Among the safety features that are part of the deal include collision mitigation braking, lane keeping assistance, lane departure and road departure warnings, and automatic high-beam headlight. Sounds like it is going to continue its rivalry with the 2017 Toyota Corolla with all of these features crammed in.
Pricing details for the Honda Civic Hatchback 2017 can be broken down into the following. The Honda Civic Hatchback 2017 will begin with the LX-6 speed at $20,535 before it makes a jump to $26,135 for the Honda Civic EX-L Navi. These are standard prices, and if you would like to include some of the optional add-ons, then be prepared to burn a bigger hole in your pocket.
The Sport Touring trim is the highest trim available on the Honda Civic Hatchback 2017, where this model will be released later this year as mentioned earlier. What can consumers expect then? You will be able to enjoy your favorite tunes thanks to a 12-speaker audio system, automatic wipers, a red accented instrument panel, as well as Honda’s safety package for that added peace of mind.
In terms of fuel economy, the CVT models of the Honda Civic Hatchback 2017 is tipped to deliver a return of 31 mpg in the city, and if you are one who hits the freeway often, then 40 mpg would be a better bet.