2019 Civic Sport Touring Hatchback

2019 Civic Sport Touring Hatchback

2019 Civic Sport Touring Hatchback welcome to carusrelease.com in here we review all information about the latest ford cars such as: Review, Specification, Redesign, Interior, Exterior, Price, Rumor, Concept, Release Date and Pictures. We hope all information on this website can help you to best choose cars you needed. Happy wonderful day! The Honda Civic 2019 obtains the Honda Sensing Security suite as standard on all models. The sedan and coupe variants now come with a sport setting that is grooved between the LX base and the former (the hatch already offered a sport setting). Honda also updated the exterior design slightly with a remodeled lower front fascia in the sedan and Coupé. Touring sedans and coupes now come with 18-inch alloy wheels.

The 2019 Honda Civic is a compact car that sits above the smaller Fit hatchback and below the medium size Accord sedan. It is available in the body styles of sedan, Coupé, and hatchback.

2019 Civic Sport Touring Hatchback Specs

The standard features of the 2019 Civic will probably include a 5.0 inch Infotainment screen, a rear view camera, Bluetooth, Fabric upholstery and keyless entry. Features available include LED headlamps, a 7.0 inch touchscreen display at the highest settings, and Apple and Android car. The most expensive variants will probably still have leather upholstery, front and rear seats heated, USB ports, built-in navigation, an enhanced audio system and power-driven front seats.

Although the 2019 Civic has not been tested by the NHTSA and the IIHS, the model 2018 received an overall rating of five stars of the NHTSA (of a possible five stars). In the IIHS test, the 2018 Civic received a good rating in shock resistance tests and a superior rating in the frontal shock prevention test after avoiding collisions in tests of 12 and 25 mph (higher is the highest score in the test of Frontal shock prevention).

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All 2019 civics come now standard with the Honda detection suite, which adds forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane exit warning, Lane maintenance assistance, adaptive cruise control and Road exit mitigation. The Honda LaneWatch system is available only at the highest settings.

The Civic 2019 comes standard with six airbags (front, front and side), a rear view camera, forward collision warning, automatic brake assist and lane-Keep assist. Honda’s LaneWatch blind spot camera comes standard at the EX and top finish level.

In the government’s crash tests, the 2018 Civic sedan and hatchback received a perfect five-star in each category of crash. The coupe was short in only its 4-star front score. The Independent Road Safety Insurance Institute gave each civic body style the best possible scores for the protection and prevention of accidents.

2019 Civic Sport Touring Hatchback Engine

The sedan and 2019 Civic Coupé come standard with a 2.0-Liter I-4 — in model 2018, the engine makes 158 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque, and is matched to a standard six-speed manual or an optional CVT. A turbo-four of 1.5 liters is optional in the sedan and Coupé, and standard in the models hatchback and SI. The power output for model 2018 is 174 HP and 162 lb-ft (167 lb-ft with manual) in the sedan, Coupé and hatchback — we will update this space with the official 2019 Civic specifications as soon as they are available. The 2018-model-Year Sport hatchback models are a little more powerful at 180 HP and 177 lb-ft with the manual; Opting for CVT maintains torque to 162 lb-ft.

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Si models for model year 2018 are rated at 205 HP and 192 lb-ft. The most powerful Civic is the type R, which has a turbo-four of 2.0 liters with 306 HP and 295 lb-ft. The SI and Type R models come exclusively with a manual transmission.

A 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder engine is standard in the sedan and coupe. Produces 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. Optional continuous variable automatic transmission (CVT) returns fuel economy estimates of 30 miles per gallon in the city, 38 mpg on the road and 33 mpg combined. The standard 6-speed manual is down considerably at 25 mpg city/36 mpg Hwy/29 mpg combined. Coupe models vary insignificantly.

2019 Civic Sport Touring Hatchback

Standard in the former, touring, ex-L sedan and each hatchback is a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder rated at 174 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque (180 hp, 177 lb-ft in the Civic Sport hatchback). The CVT is standard with this engine in the sedan and Coupé, but the hatchback still offers it as an option with 6-speed manual transmission. Fuel economy is actually better, at 32 mpg city/42 mpg HWY/36 mpg combined into a sedan equipped with CVT. The coupe is 1 lower combined mpg, while the hatchback should be combined lower 1-2 mpg depending on the transmission.

The Civic if you get an improved version of the 1.5-liter that produces 205 HP and 192 lb-ft of torque. A 6-speed manual is the only available transmission. Fuel economy data for 2019 was not available at the time of this writing, but we expect it to be similar to last year’s figures from 28 mpg city/38 mpg Hwy/32 mpg combined. That’s exceptional for a performance-oriented model.

The Civic Type R has a 2.0-liter turbocharged cylinder that starts 306 HP and 295 lb-ft of torque. It also comes with a 6-speed manual only. Fuel economy for 2018 was 22 mpg city/28 mpg Hwy/25 mpg combined and we expect it to be similar for 2019.

MSRP $19,450 EPA MPG 25 city/36 HP Highway 158HP