2015 Honda Civic

May 13th, 2015 by

The 2015 Honda Civic remains an extremely popular and affordable small sedan. The combination of fuel economy, price and specs really make this vehicle a great treat to drive, and as it is not going to break the bank, you are probably going to find it gives you everything you need in a car. However, you just need to determine which of the trim offerings is going to be right for you.

When looking over the different 2015 Honda Civic trim models, you are going to find well over two dozen different trim variations. This is a common Honda practice in order to give you exactly what you want, all without forcing you to overpay for features you know you never are going to use. The entry level model is the LX Manual Coupe. This two-door option gives you a manual, front wheel drive vehicle with a regular unleaded I-4 1.8 L/110 engine that produces 143 horsepower and 129 pound feet of torque. The top of the line trim model is the Si Manual Sedan. This comes with a premium unleaded I-4 2.4 L/144 engine that puts out 205 horsepower and 174 pound feet of torque, which is rather impressive for a four cylinder.

Regarding the interior of the vehicle, the 2015 Honda Civic comes with an alarm, cruise control, remote trunk release, keyless entry, back-up camera, vehicle anti-theft system, auto-off headlights and trip computer. It also comes with an AM/FM stereo, CD player, MP3 player, Aux jack and the upgraded trims come with HD radio and satellite radio. On top of this, the top of the line trim models have built in navigation as well.

In terms of safety, all of these features come standard, no matter the trim version. This includes driver, side head, side, passenger and rear head air bags, plus four-wheel ABS and four-wheel disc brakes. Brake assist, daytime running lights, traction control, electronic stability control and child safety locks come on all of the models as well, regardless of if it’s a coupe or sedan.

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