|Fuel Economy||27 city / 40 hwy mpg1|
|Horsepower||158 hp @ 6,500 rpm|
|Torque||138 ft-lbs. @ 4,200 rpm|
The Honda Civic is still a leader in compact cars. This year, they redesigned the vehicle to be more like a luxury class model. The interior has been upgraded significantly, both the front and back seats have more room, and it has easier handling for curvy roads.
The powertrain has variable valve control and mode select transmission. The Civic has a 2.0 L engine with 4 cylinders and 16 valves. It is front wheel drive. While the LX is a six-speed manual transmission, the other three versions are continuously variable automatic. Its horsepower is 158 @ 6,500 RPM. It has a torque ratio of 138lb-ft@ 4,200 RPM.
The Honda Civic has automatic climate control with heating and A/C. There are power front windows and a power moon roof. It has power steering, an adjustable steering wheel and cruise control. It also features a remote keyless entry. This car can seat up to five people. The interior is cloth with front driver and passenger bucket seats and a front center arm rest. The rear split folding seats are bench style with a center arm rest. Both front and back seats have beverage holders for convenience. The middle console has a tray that is convenient for storing mobile phones. There is a convenient USB port and 12-volt outlet below the console.
There is a sizeable storage bin under the front armrest that has removable storage modules for space customization. There are no worries with turning the lights off, because the lights are fully automatic with a delay-off feature. The instrument panel has electronic features such as a tachometer, trip computer, compass, and outside temperature display. The driver can keep tabs on the tires with a low pressure tire monitor. During the cold season, a handy rear defroster keeps the rear window clear. The door mirrors are push-button powered. Another standard feature of this vehicle is LED daytime running lights and LED taillights. The top trim has a full LED headlight setup.
The manufacturers at Honda know that buyers like entertainment features, so they built in an AM/FM stereo with steering wheel-mounted audio controls. There are four high-performance speakers (8 in the EX and EX-T models). Upgrades include a 7-inch touch screen as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. With this updated infotainment system in the Honda Civic, buyers can use familiar apps for navigation and Internet radio.
The Honda Civic was built for safety. It features dual front impact air bags as well as an overhead airbag. There are dual front side airbags and dual side airbags for the rear. If no one is in the passenger side, the vehicle has a sensor that will turn the passenger airbag off for safety. Drivers have an ABS brake system with a braking assist. The NHTSA gave the Honda Civic a 5-star safety rating. This vehicle also comes with traction control, immobilizer, and electronic stability. It has a full security system and a panic alarm.
With this year’s upgrades, the 2016 Honda Civic is an affordable compact car. Since it has such a high safety rating in its class, it is a vehicle that should last for several years. The Civic also has a high projected rating for reliability. Our Honda dealership is ready to answer any questions that you may have about this vehicle. Come in and see why the 2016 Honda Civic should be your next car!
 Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.
 Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s New Car Assessment Program (www.safercar.gov). Model tested with standard side airbags (SAB).
Honda of Jefferson City
3215 Missouri Blvd.
Jefferson City, MO 65109