Honda / Honda Civic

Vitals

  • Engine
    1.3L
  • Power
    73 @ 6000 rpm
  • Transmission
    6-spd man w/OD
  • 0-60
    13.4 seconds
  • Drivetrain
    front-wheel
  • Seating
    5 passengers
  • Crash test
    5
  • MPG
    6.7 City / 4.7 HWY
  • Invoice Price
    $28,192 - $29,320
  • Warranty
    12 months / 32,000 miles

Specs

Honda Civic 1.4 Comfort 2012—2013 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4 S 2012—2013 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4 Sport 2012—2013 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8 Comfort 2012—2013 6 s., manual 142 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8 Executive 2012—2013 6 s., manual 142 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8 S 2012—2013 6 s., manual 142 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8 Sport 2012—2013 6 s., manual 142 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 2.2 i-DTEC Comfort 2012—2013 6 s., manual 150 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2 i-DTEC Comfort Business Mode 2012—2013 6 s., manual 150 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2 i-DTEC Executive 2012—2013 6 s., manual 150 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2 i-DTEC Executive Business Mode 2012—2013 6 s., manual 150 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2 i-DTEC S 2012—2013 6 s., manual 150 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2 i-DTEC Sport 2012—2013 6 s., manual 150 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2 i-DTEC Sport Business Mode 2012—2013 6 s., manual 150 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 1.4i-VTEC 2008—2012 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i-VTEC Comfort 2008—2012 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i-VTEC GT 2011—2012 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i-VTEC Silverstone 2008—2009 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i-VTEC Sport 2008—2012 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i-VTEC Style Mode 2009—2011 6 s., manual 100 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Comfort 2008—2012 6 s., manual 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Executive 2008—2012 6 s., manual 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC GT 2011—2012 6 s., manual 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Silverstone 2008—2009 6 s., manual 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Sport 2008—2012 6 s., manual 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Style Mode 2009—2011 6 s., manual 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 2.2i-CTDi Comfort 2008—2011 6 s., manual 140 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2i-CTDi Executive 2008—2011 6 s., manual 140 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2i-CTDi Silverstone 2008—2009 6 s., manual 140 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2i-CTDi Sport 2008—2011 6 s., manual 140 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 1.3 DSi i-VTEC Hybrid 2008—2009 stepless automatic 110 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.3 DSi i-VTEC Hybrid Black Mode 2011—2012 stepless automatic 110 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.3 DSi i-VTEC Hybrid Business Mode 2011—2012 stepless automatic 110 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.3 DSi i-VTEC Hybrid Comfort 2009—2011 stepless automatic 110 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.3 DSi i-VTEC Hybrid Elegance 2009—2012 stepless automatic 110 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.3 DSi i-VTEC Hybrid Limited Edition 2010—2011 stepless automatic 110 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.3 DSi i-VTEC Hybrid 2006—2008 stepless automatic 110 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i DSi 2005—2008 6 s., manual 83 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i DSi Comfort 2005—2008 6 s., manual 83 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i DSi Silverstone 2008—2008 6 s., semi-automatic 83 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i DSi Sport 2005—2008 6 s., semi-automatic 83 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Comfort 2005—2008 6 s., manual 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Executive 2005—2008 6 s., semi-automatic 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.8i-VTEC Sport 2005—2008 6 s., semi-automatic 140 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 2.2i-CTDi Comfort 2005—2008 6 s., manual 140 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2i-CTDi Executive 2005—2008 6 s., manual 140 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic 2.2i-CTDi Sport 2005—2008 6 s., manual 140 Hp, diesel
Honda Civic IMA 2004—2005 5 s., manual 93 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i B.A.R. Sport 2004—2005 5 s., manual 90 Hp, petrol
Honda Civic 1.4i LS 2003—2005 4 s., automatic 90 Hp, petrol
Honda 1200 Civic manual 50HP (37 kW) @ 5500 rpm

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A Redefinition of the Honda Civic

The 2013 Honda Civic was a fresh redesign from the 2012 model and has managed to retain its class and compactness. The features are mostly the same save for a few refinements to maintain popularity. The car is available in both sedan and coupe bodies. Both the types have the same 1.8 L I4 engine with a total of 140 horsepower. The only exception would be the Si and GX trims. The Si model has a 201 horsepower 2.4 L Inline 4 engine. The rig is bolted to a six speed manual transmission where the other models have a 5 speed manual. The GX has a 5 speed automatic transmission and a dedicated 1.8 liter gas engine of a natural gas version.

The Specifications

The general specifications for the 2013 Civic would be a 1.8 L I4 engine that can deliver a total of 140 horsepower. The engine delivers horsepower RPM at 6500 and the torque which delivers 128 lb-ft at 4300 RPM. The transmission is a 5 speed manual with optional automatic transmission, and the drive train is based to the front wheel. The car accelerates from 0 to 60 in 8.1 seconds. The car has two doors but the interior can seat up to 5 people comfortably. The mileage offered is fuel efficient at 28 miles per gallon in the city and 36 miles per gallon on the highway. The car has a turning radius of 17.7 inches with a wheel base of 103.2 inches.

The Performance

Honda Civic As gathered from the earlier models, the Civic is a very smooth ride with a lot of interesting add-ons. It is understandable from a total seating capacity of five, that the interior has been made plush with comfort requirements with ample head space, leg space and luggage space. The acceleration is smooth as is expected of an exotic class sedan and the engine specifications still deliver an appeasable speed. The car being a more recent model would have installations for good braking systems and a high performance clutch for a smooth drive. The preset suspension setting provides a balanced driving experience but is open for all the tweaking the owner might feel like doing and fine tune it in any way possible. The car being a front wheel drive offers more stability and can bring out more efficiency of the engine. Although, it restricts any tuning possible with the engine on account of the front wheel drive train.

The Overview

Honda Civic, Photo #2 The Honda Civic, especially the 2013 model, brings about a different class and style to the sedan life. The space, comfort and the smooth ride coupled with the ability of a simple speed as expected in a city car, everything in its making points to a perfect corporate car that also brags about style when it comes to speed and performance. It has its limitations when it comes to any kind of serious rally or a dogfight, but under normal circumstances it can outshine itself when tuned properly to suit the conditions.