2020 Honda Civic Sedan: Features, Inventory & Review
The Honda Civic is Canada's most popular car model, selling over two million units since its first launch back in the 1970s. The Honda Civic line has been a consistent success over the decades since its first appearance. Now into its 10th generation, the range received a major update in 2019, consolidating the Civic range as a clear favourite in its market sector.
The latest 2020 refresh is much more of a polish and refinement update than a drastic overhaul. Nonetheless, there's plenty to like about the new models.
Body Styles and Trims
As the Civic model has evolved, the range has expanded to cover standard sedan, sporty coupe and spacious hatchback versions. All body styles are built around the same reliable mechanics, combining solid performance with comfort and convenience.
To add to the body choices, there's also a good range of trim options, from the standard entry-level DX to the top-level Sport Touring. Each of the seven trim choices offers a tailored combination of under-the-hood options and interior extras, giving every driver what they're looking for.
Tweaked and updated front and rear styling to freshen up the looks, but whichever version you choose, the Honda Civic 2020 is one of the more spacious models for sale within the compact class. Families won't be cramped for room, either in the cabin or with the generous trunk storage. These improvements go a long way toward making what's already a leading mid-sized sedan even more attractive. But what are the tried-and-tested features already included in the Civic range?
Honda Civic Engine and Performance
The tenth generation of the Civic shows off a mature and reliable set of mechanics that gives great performance for a sedan in this class. The standard 2.0L 4-cylinder engine offers 158 horsepower, directed through a six-speed manual transmission to front-wheel drive.
An optional upgrade will give you a 1.5L turbocharged engine producing 174 horsepower, paired with continuously variable automatic transmission.
The standard powertrain offers a very respectable fuel economy rating of 9.3L / 100km for city driving, and an impressive 6.5L / 100km on the highway. Coupled with a generous 46.9L fuel tank, the Civic is easily capable of driving long distances between fill-ups.
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Impressive Fuel Economy
The 2020 Honda Civic is one of the more economical models in its class. At the lower end of the price range, the DX achieves 9.30 L/100 km in city driving and 6.50 L/100 km on the highway.
The higher-end Sport Touring trim makes 8 L/100 km in the city and 6.20 L/100 km on the highway, and the various other versions lie in the same range.
Over recent years, Honda has developed a deserved reputation for providing a strong set of safety features as standard, and the Civic Sedan keeps up the tradition. Highlights include:
- The Honda Sensing system, including lane keep assist, lane departure warning, and road departure mitigation.
- Autonomous emergency braking system & Adaptive Cruise Control.
- Driveline traction control and Electronic Stability Control.
- Dual-stage front and side airbags for both driver and passenger.
- First and second row curtain airbags.
- Airbag occupancy sensor.
Many of these standard features are only available as upgrades on rival models, making the entry-level Civic great value.
Interior and Entertainment
The Civic is well known for combining comfort with value, and the latest Civic Sedan continues with the theme, offering the following interior and entertainment features as standard: Colour LCD monitor in the front, Bluetooth mobile phone connection interface, Siri Eyes Free compatibility, Wheel-mounted illuminated audio controls, Bluetooth streaming audio, Speed sensitive volume control system, improved sound insulation for a quieter and smoother drive and an Air filtration system.
Are Honda Civics Reliable?
There's a reason the Civic has been such a popular model throughout its history. Years of design refinement mean that it's now one of the most reliable cars for sale, especially within its compact class. A recent independent consumer report placed the Civic as one of three Honda models in the top ten list for long-term reliability.
Combine this reliability with great value, solid performance and plenty of space for a compact, and it's clear why the Honda Civic remains Canada's best selling car in its class.
Ready to Buy a 2020 Honda Civic
Stop by Birchwood Honda on Regent for the best selection of new and used Honda Civics for sale in Winnipeg, MB. With the latest models in stock we know that you will enjoy the 2019 & 2020 Honda Civic Sedans as much as us. Contact us to book a test drive, today!