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All-new 2022 Honda Civic review // The king is back


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Published on Jul 10, 2021
This is a Motormouth couple car review of the all-new 2022 Honda Civic. For 23 years straight in Canada, it’s been the best selling passenger car and also one of the top three best selling cars in the US over the past 48 years.The new Honda Civic offers two engines, a 2L 4-cylinder matched with a CVT, 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. Our test model has the 1.5L turbo 4-cylinder with 180 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque. That’s up 6 horsepower and 15 lb-ft of torque from the previous model. It comes standard with FWD, AWD is optional and there is no manual transmission available. The interior is refined, simplistic with a touch of elegance. The striking honeycomb mesh accent stretches across the dash from door to door hiding the air vents and creating a uncluttered design. Honda says, it focused on high quality materials especially on touch points. Materials were chosen for practicality including the centre console design to hide smudges and fingerprints. The Touring trim is where you’ll find the extra features like the bigger 9” touchscreen, 10.2” digital driver display, leather seats, wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto, wireless charger, power driver and passenger seats, heated rear seats and a 12 speaker Bose sound system which sounds great. The new Honda Civic Sedan has a clean and modern design with a low hood and front fenders. Standard 16” wheels, 18” on the top two trims. The Civic body structure is the most rigid in Civic history. The stiffer structure supports improvement in ride, handling and NVH ( noise, vibration, harshness). The new stiffer body also reduces the transmission of noise and wind. Honda says this new Civic has a simple and uncluttered interior design focusing on high quality materials especially on touch points. Materials were also chosen for practicality including the centre console designed to hide smudges and fingerprints. The Civic features a larger front grille and a bold LED headlight design. Gone are the sharp, angular exterior features, it now offers a simplified, clean and elegant design. The slimmer taillights and softer lines give the rear a sophisticated look.

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