Honda / Honda Civic Si Sedan
Transmission6-spd man w/OD
Fuel Capacity50 liters
MPG10.7 City / 7.6 HWY
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The advance Honda Civic si Sedan
Honda provided its compact Civic lineup a methodical refresh for the newest form year, with the revisions extending to the sporty Honda Civic Si Sedan. There are changes to this driver panel with four-door that includes a subtly modified exterior, a more upscale cabin and extra standard kit.
The Civic Si Sedan is the slightly more practical choice of the sporty Si twins thanks to its extra set of doorways, but it still loads the identical punch as its slightly shorter Coupe sibling. The heart of the Si is a 2.4-liter inline-four that makes 201 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque. All-new for the preceding model year, it boasts .4-liters of supplemented displacement contrasted to its predecessor along with four added horsepower and 31 lb-ft additional lb-ft of torque.
While the top numbers being bigger are of course a welcome change, the key distinction is that the power comes at smaller engine speeds. The outgoing form needed 7,800 rpms to strike its peak horsepower, but now the Civic Si motor needs just 7,000 rpm for top hp and 4,400 rpm for max torque.
The engine - a transplant from the Acura TSX - is mated solely to a six-speed manual transmission and benefits from a helical-type limited-slip differential (LSD) to get power to the ground. Fuel finances are ranked at 22 mpg in the town and 31 mpg on the highway.
Mechanical alterations for the newest model year encompass handling-focused suspension fine-tunes such as stiffer jumps and back bushings along with wider roll bars front and back, while the body structure benefits from a number of reinforced constituents.
However, the Si extends to telegraph its sporting aims with an array of exclusive feels extending from more menacing front and back fascias, edge skirts, a body-color deck top spoiler with a commanded center brake lightweight, fog lights and a chrome consume finisher. Wheels come at sporty 17-inches with 215/45R17 exhausts.
The newest Civic Si Sedan furthermore characteristics an "intelligent" Multi-Information Display (i-MID) that encompasses an exclusive Power Monitor (as one of its partitions) that can show the percentage of total horsepower developed by the motor. Honda furthermore supplemented a Sequential Rev-limit sign in the upper equipment section to show when the I-VTEC high-lift camshaft profile is committed, as well as to show incrementally when the motor redline is approached and reached.
Benchmark and Optional characteristics
The Si arrives benchmark with a rearview camera, a sunroof, a seven-speaker, 360-watt AM/FM/CD sound system with USB and AUX inputs, Bluetooth Smartphone connectivity with audio streaming, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, fog lights and 17-inch alloy wheels in supplement to expected pieces such as cruise control and power windows and security devices.
Summer wheels and a navigation system packaged with XM wireless and FM Traffic is accessible at an added cost.
The Honda Civic Si Sedan's security features encompass two-row side backdrop airbags, dual-stage, multiple-threshold driver's and front passenger's airbags, driver's and front passenger's edge airbags, Vehicle Stability aid (VSA) and anti-lock braking (ABS) with Brake aid.
Competition to the Civic Si Sedan arrives from turbocharged compacts like Volkswagen Jetta GLI, the Subaru Impreza WRX and the somewhat awkwardly entitled Mazda Mazdaspeed3.