All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition



All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition.
The Honda Civic has a long history to draw from in the U.S.—it’s the fifth decade of sales for the car—and its 2016 version couldn’t be more important for the company. This year’s Civic, which will be followed this month by a coupe version, is the 10th generation of the venerable small car, and a huge improvement over the last generation’s car in nearly every way.
All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition.
There is good news for people who fondly remember the first CVCC Hondas. But more to the point, the new Civic will send some fear into its rivals. Honda had let down its compact-car guard in the past few years with the Civic: it cheapened its interior and dulled its luster while vehicles like the Mazda 3, Ford Focus, and Hyundai Elantra grew more appealing.
All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition.
Now the Civic’s back to form, with a clean-sheet design, a stiff new body, efficient new engines, and a heady dose of safety technology. With the latest sedan, Honda shows why it’s the small-car company of record. It drops almost all its economy-car pretense, and in Touring trim, could easily wear a premium badge.
All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition.
Eventually, the new Civic lineup will include a wide range of body styles and performance profiles–everything from the standard sedan, to a coupe and hatchback, to heady Si editions and even a track-minded Type-R. It all starts with the 2016 Civic sedan, the best-looking Honda in a decade or more, with its fastback profile and neatly organized cockpit—and then with a Civic Coupe, which will follow it by just a few months.
All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition.
Honda’s recent decade of styling hasn’t been strong, but it’s rapidly changing with vehicles such as the redone Accord and Pilot. The Civic’s the best yet, with a beautifully edgy fastback shape that effectively hides its size by widening and lowering its proportions. It’s as if Honda finally has grasped how great styling is the most effective wrapper for great engineering.
All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition.
The front end might be the weakest statement, with its formal and thick band of chrome; elsewhere the Civic’s flared wheels, fast roofline, wedgy tail and bracket-shaped taillights are exciting, and wouldn’t look out of place in an Acura showroom. The cabin’s a bit more tame and well organized, with a broadly horizontal look and a single screen replaced the dual-screen tiered design of the last Civic. Most versions have analog gauges, but the priciest Civic gets a digital display.
All New 2016, 2017 Honda Civic Modulo, Top model, Limited edition.
Around 5.5 inches shorter in length than the Sedan, as well as about an inch lower overall, the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe is pretty much the same as its Sedan counterpart from the cowl forward, but through the cabin to the back of the car it has quite different proportions—as well as an upward side-sheet metal crease that helps bring out a wedgier, more planted stance. Coupes also get their own taillight design, with C-shaped LED lamps that go full-width across the trunklid. #cars #auto #moto

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