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|Fuel Type||Color||Emission Standard||Dimension||Engine Mode||Door||Seating Capacity||Steering||Intake Type||Drive|
|Petrol||White||China VI||4658/1800/1416||L15B8||4||5||LHD||Turbo Supercharger||Front-engine|
1. Top-Notch Fuel Economy
Hondas are known for getting excellent fuel economies. As far as the 2020 Honda Civic goes, it is right up there at the top of its class. With the 1.5-L turbo engine and CVT equipped, you can get up to 32 mpg in the city and 42 mpg on the highway. Impressive numbers, right? Even the 2.0-L engine can help get decent fuel economy on the base LX trim with 30 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway.
2. A Comfy and Sporty Ride
The Civic offers a great mix of comfort and athleticism. Its ride feels sporty enough for the average driver, and it really packs in a ton of comfort. The power-adjustable driver's seat offers a number of different configurations, and the seats themselves offer a lot of support. Making a long trip in the Civic is quite cozy whether you are up front or sitting in the rear.
3. Cabin Space
For being a small sedan, the 2020 Honda Civic has a lot of interior space that is smartly crafted for utility. There is plenty of leg room in the back, and the sunroof does not hinder head space for those sitting up front. Even head room in the back seat is ample. Most adults will not feel crunched together, unlike how they might feel in other small sedans.
4. High-quality Materials
Honda utilizes some remarkably high-quality materials in its vehicles. While this clearly is not a luxury sedan, it looks like it is made from some expensive materials. The soft-touch surfaces are a true delight, and the padding in the seats feels like it fits itself to your back, bum, and thighs. Even the plastic parts look like they are well constructed. There aren't any gaps between panels, and no rattles can be heard while driving. Overall, there is a solid build to the Civic.
5. A Powerful 1.5-L Turbocharged Engine Option
The 2.0-L engine does alright with regard to performance, but the turbo 1.5-L is the better of the two. Why is that? Well, the 1.5-L obviously gets better fuel economy, but it also packs a powerful punch. The LX hatchback's 1.5-L gets 174 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque, and the Sport hatchback gets 180 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque with the 6-speed manual transmission equipped. The CVT version will get you 180 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque. The 2.0-L garners 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque, which does feel more sluggish. The 1.5-L with the CVT can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 6.7 seconds, which is swift for this segment.
6. Secure Braking
The Honda Civic sure accelerates well, but its brakes are just as impressive. The brake pedal feels natural underneath your foot, and the amount of pressure you have to apply does not feel excessive. The vehicle tracks straight on during a stop and can make a panic stop in a reasonable distance. Even if you have to slam on the brakes, you will feel a sense of security from them.
7. Precise Steering and Handling
Steering and handling are big highlights for the 2020 Honda Civic. The steering has a natural weight to it, and the way it steers seems almost effortless. Thanks to the variable-ratio system, the Civic has a straight tracking to it while rounding through corners. The wheel is thick but provides an excellent amount of feedback to the driver. The body feels composed as you round through turns, not giving a hint of body roll. Even better, the well-tuned suspension makes for a sporty ride. The Civic has a ton of spunk for a non-sport sedan.
8. Excellent Climate Control
Climate control works exceedingly well at providing air throughout the cabin. The dual-zone automatic climate control system has controls that are easy to figure out. Once you've got them sussed out, you can quickly change the settings to get the cool or warm air you need. The air conditioning feels great in the summer, and the cabin warms up quickly on chilly days.
9. Clear Visibility Around the Vehicle
The front roof pillars are slender and set wide apart, giving drivers a lot of visibility out the front and side windows. There is also a standard rear-view camera that helps you see out of the rear. The sloping roof line does infringe slightly on the view, but the camera makes it easy to get a clear view.
10. Cargo Space
Cargo space is a strong point for the 2020 Honda Civic. The 15.1 cubic feet of cargo space that the Civic offers makes it one of the most spacious trunks in its class. You can push the seats down and use the pulls to get the seats to fold. This huge opening helps to maximize available cargo space so you can tote bulkier items around.