If you have been following our blog, then you have heard about the 2012 Honda Civic Concept becoming the 9th generation production Civic. You also read that there will be many upgrades including engines, looks, and technology. If this is the first you are hearing of it, then we are happy to give you a recap.
The 2012 Honda Civic will offer an unparalleled level of variety, with standard coupe and sedan models, two sporty Si versions, one hybrid, one natural-gas alternative-fuel variant and an all-new model, the Civic HF.
In the tradition of the Civic CRX HF of years past, the new Civic HF has a similar goal of high efficiency with gasoline-only power, delivering a targeted EPA-estimated fuel-economy rating of 41 mpg on the highway.
Also delivering on the efficiency front is the all-new Civic Hybrid. With its all-new lithium-ion battery, the Civic Hybrid boosts its mpg numbers significantly with a targeted EPA-estimated city/highway combined fuel-economy rating of 45 mpg.
The sleek new Si performs an engineering paradox by enhancing efficiency and performance simultaneously with its torquey new 2.4-liter i-VTEC® engine.
The next-generation Civic brings enhanced styling, performance and efficiency across the model range. Here is the reveal from the 2011 Detroit Autoshow...
We hope you are as excited about the next generation Honda Civic as we are. Here are a few more photos so you can see the entirely new sheet metal, sleek lines, and sportier profile.
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 Preliminary EPA mileage estimate determined by Honda. Final EPA mileage estimates not available at the time of printing. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.