Honda Civic 2014 is ready to present the latestHonda is one of the main manufacturers of Japanese cars that have high sales. Most products from Honda is targeting the young, from the Honda Jazz, Oddysey, Civic, freed. Honda civic 2014 certainly came out again with different designs and more sporty. Honda currently still has a considerable interest in the world, the company is a very old company in the automotive world.
Civic car has a sporty exterior design with a dynamic dab a cool front bumper. This car has an inline 4 cylinder engine with 5-speed. The engine is able to put out 143 horsepower. The Civic Cars can reach speeds of 130 mph. Good acceleration of the car capable of accelerating 0-60 mph time of less than 10 seconds..
Styling for 2014 evokes more excitement than before. Minor changes appear on the sedan, but the coupe gets all the headlines. It’s updated to mirror the sedan with a new front grille and lower fascia. A creasing body line shoots to rear tail lamps that are much more 3D-looking and interesting. New and larger wheels are also present.
Honda is also giving owners more ways to upgrade their Civic with genuine Honda parts, via its new Honda Performance Division (HPD). Aero kits, wheels and performance upgrades are among the choices.
Horsepower @ RPM:143 @ 6500
Torque @ RPM:129 @ 4300
0-60 time:9.1 sec.
Top Speed:130 mph
As a whole, the interior is much more masculine. It has chrome galore, sparkling off the gear selector, steering wheel and AC vents. It’s especially classy offset with the black dashboard and makes the car look more upscale. The split-dash design returns and continues the theme.
There is much to say about the new Display Audio (Display Audio+ with navigation) infotainment system. Four touch-sensitive buttons (Home, Volume, Menu, and Back) on the left side help speed up navigating through menu options and settings. Each button can cleverly disappear whenever that option isn’t available; like the Back button while viewing the Home screen.
The seven-inch screen will also recognize multi-touch gestures as well. Like a smartphone or tablet, the screen will swipe, pinch, drag, and double-tap. On the down side, the screen does need a millisecond longer to register finger inputs, so typing is a touch-and-hold process, but only a fraction of a second longer than an iPhone. Thankfully, Honda left real buttons to control the HVAC system and the audio volume can also be controlled via real buttons on the steering wheel. We like real buttons in some cases.