2019 Honda Civic
New Sport trim adds welcome features to the 2019 Honda Civic, like a hatchback body style with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine. Honda also gifts 18-inch wheels and an aerodynamic body to all Sport body styles. A dual exhaust outlet adds a sporty touch.
A restyled front end for 2019 makes the new Civic cleaner looking than before. Its bold grill and headlights still make an impressive statement, but with a little more refinement. LED daytime running lights add to the car’s upscale look, day or night.
A 1.5-liter turbocharged engine now comes standard on EX trim levels and above. With a 174-horsepower delivery, the Civic moves quickly with little response time. The engine offers an estimated rating of up to 32 mpg city/42 mpg highway/36 mpg combined.
The new Civic’s styling is meant to stand out in a crowd. With its bold, chiseled lines that stretch along its body, it certainly catches the eye whether it’s in motion or at a standstill. Its longer wheelbase than its previous version gives it both a sporty and executive feel.
A versatile interior gives passengers plenty of room to stretch and relax while making space for cargo. The split-folding rear seats offer extra cargo space in any trim level. Opt for the hatchback body style for more utility with up to 46.2 cubic feet of cargo space.
Upper trim levels host a wide range of exciting features to maximize comfort and ride quality. On EX and above, the Civic’s one-touch power moonroof offers a beautiful view of above. Also on EX and above is an 8-way power driver’s seat and heated front seats.
Honda places a lot of focus on revamping its infotainment center this year. The system offers 100% focus on the driver, from its central location to its simple, stand-out, distraction-free design. Easy-to-ready icons and fonts help drivers keep their focus on the road.
An updated HondaLink system improves the overall tech integration in the new Civic. The system comes standard on all but the base trim and includes a larger touchscreen (7 inches). The HondaLink Assist feature gives drivers an emergency communication system in the event of a collision.