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2012 Honda Civic

Honda introduced the Civic Sedan and Civic Si Concept Concept at North American International Auto Show 2011 which became the first official clue what to nine later-generation Civic. Because the all-new Civic will be marketed in the coming months, the figure will not be much different from the concept version of this.
Honda Civic promises to maintain its tradition as the car remains a fun-to-drive, with the right packaging, fuel efficient, and friendly prices. "We promised this would be the best Civic ever," said John Mendel, executive vice president of sales for American Honda. The new Civic will be providing most of the driving system in its class, ranging from a variety of gasoline engines, hybrids to natural gas.


Compared to the version in circulation now, the new Civic will appear more wide with more sporty lines that reinforce the dynamic character and full of energy. Notice is given to the front fender of a more perfect. Grille is built with sharp lines and firm and full of bars that are attached to the Honda emblem chrome plated. Aggressive impression also performed through 19-inch alloy wheels.
Machine 'smart' technology with Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (i-VTEC) would be more fuel efficient. While the Civic Hybrid which will come offering technology Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) which is lighter and more compact which is equipped with Li-ion battery applications the first in the Honda.


Civic will also come with Honda Eco Assist currently used in the CR-Z and Insight.
Problem safety also became the focus of the development of the Honda Civic. Since the beginning has been prepared to meet all requirements and can pass the NHTSA conducted crash tests and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety2 (IIHS).
All variants 2012 Civic will be equipped with Vehicle Stability Assist as standard features and the structure of the framework that was developed with technology Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) that can manage the impact energy so as not to enter the passenger space. Civic generations are now the eighth generation of this or have sold more than 1.5 million units since its launch late 2006.