The 2021 Honda Civic Sedan features truculent lines and refined features that make it stand out from other Honda vehicles. It has a C-shaped taillight, a sleek profile, and also a bold Sport trim to add to its fierce personality.
The interior of the Honda Civic has remained constant since the 10th-generation model was unveiled back in 2016. It provides plenty of storage space, a sharp design, and roomy rear seats. Practical and modern in appearance, the Honda Civic’s interior is roomy and offers sufficient storage space. The Honda Civic has a number of cleverly designed storage snug throughout its cabin, and the vehicle’s trunk is one of the biggest in the class.
Presently, Honda hasn’t announced any power train updates for its new 2021 Honda Civic. Currently, the lineup’s base power train is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 158 horsepower through a constant variable transmission or a six-speed manual transmission.
We are yet to confirm the official price for the new 2021 Honda Civic but we expect it to remain similar to the 2020 Civic’s MSRP range of ₦8 million to ₦14.6 million.
There are different trims of the Honda Civic sedan that generates 174 horsepower, a fully independent suspension, and also an available paddle shifter, the Honda Civic Sedan was designed with performance in mind. The Honda Civic Sedan offers an available turbocharged engine that creates 174 horsepower and presents an exciting opportunity every time the light turns green. The 2021 Honda Civic comes with a 158-horsepower, 2.0-liter engine that helped it receive a 38-mpg highway rating from the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
There is no formal release date for the 2021 Honda civic sedan yet from Honda Motor Company but based on previous release dates of the 2020 Honda Civic model, we expect it to be available in the market from September 2020.
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