2020 Honda Civic: Is it Ideal for the Urban Roads?

2020 Honda Civic: Is it Ideal for the Urban Roads?
December 25 13:58 2019 Print This Article

Every year, the automotive market fills up with newly released vehicles launched, released and revamped by their respective manufacturers, and each of these models target a sect of buyers, depending upon their priorities and taste. But the major dissector that works in classifying the cars beneath their apparent whereabouts is the price tag. So, the search of a model that will work ideal on the urban city roads and will also be friendly with your wallet will not come up with a lengthy list of models. Especially if you were expecting in the segment of sedans. Hence, the name 2020 Honda Civic comes in the first row of cars that meet the above said criteria.

The Ideal City Rider

As rightly said by one of the proud sellers of a reputed Honda dealer, the 2020 Honda Civic is made while keeping in mind the way a car moves in the congested roads of the urban localities, where speed and performance do not get any chance to be tested out, but one has to keep patience in the long queues of traffic signals every now and then. Your engine has little scope to run at a stretch and you’ve to keep it starting on and off, that takes a toll on the fuel economy. In other words owning a car that is used mostly in  the urban roads is quite expensive when it comes to run it. That is why, Honda made the 2020 series of Civic available in a price that won’t push you too hard at the sales counter.

The name “Civic” is self-suggestive of the fact, that the car will be economy-sized but will do good in the city roads with a sensible fuel mileage.

Trim Ranges

The 2020 year model of Honda Civic continues its lineup from its last year model. So, you get to see the same namesas LX, Sport, EX, and Touring trim levels climbing higher in both comfort and price tags, while all the trims are made in the garbs of sedan, hatchback and coupe body styles.

Options to Power your Civic Model

The 2020 lineup of Honda Civic starts its powerline with a 2.0-liter inline-4 engine at its base, which iscapable of making 158 horsepower after mating to either a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) or to 6-speed manual one. This combination is set as the standard one for all the sedan and coupe models. There is also a 1.5-liter turbo-4 engine available as an option that can increase the horsepower to 174 and has more zesty performance.

With these engine options the 2020 Honda Civic models managed to score 30 mpg of fuel efficiency rate by the EPA from a combined trip of both city and highway drives.

Safety at Work

All the trim models of the 2020 Honda Civics are protected with features like automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and active lane control, that assist the drivers to stay away from every possibility of a collision.

With all these plus points packed in an attractive body styling, the 2020 Honda Civic does make an ideal city drive car, says a new owner of Civic Sedan at a Honda dealership showroom.

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