|Honda Civic Sedan 2012|
Honda introduced the sedan and coupe a new generation of Civic, designed for the U.S. market.
The car will be available with several petrol engines, including the so-called "mild hybrid" version is economical HF, and the engine run on petrol and gas in "hot" version of Si. The standard coupe and sedan Civic, and also modification HF, will use the current four-engine volume 1.8 liters and 140 hp power It will be combined with an automatic gearbox with five degrees.
The difference in HF is extra aerodynamic body elements and the system Eco Assist, we know from the CR-Z hybrid and Insight. It displays the number of information and recommendations for the driver, if followed, promises very low fuel consumption.
According to representatives of the Japanese firm, the standard Civic with this system outside the city is requiring an average of 6 liters per 100 km, which is 0.5 liters per 100 km less than the previous version. Cost of modification HF was 5.7 per 100 km. Honda Civic Hybrid is a new generation of petrol engine volume 1.5 liters and 110 hp, this engine is mounted on the Civic for the first time in hybrids Honda.
According to manufacturers, Honda Civic Hybrid consumes 5.2 liters per 100 km. This is half a liter less than the previous hybrid Civic. The hot version is Si petrol engine volume 2.4 liters and power 200 hp, which replaces two-liter engine with 197 hp used so far in the Honda Civic Si. The new engine combined with mechanical gearbox with 6 degrees.
In the U.S., the new Honda Civic will be available by spring.
|Honda Civic Coupe 2012|