2020 Honda Civic Coupe
2020 Honda Civic Coupe – Honda already released official photos and specs of facelifted 2020 Civic coupe and sedan. Styling updates are slight but they’re there. During the last four years, Honda has rolled out your new Honda Civic. First in the sedan with the coupe, hatchback, and Type R following. Just like, the grille receives gloss black accents and researchers have shown chrome accents in the front and minimize bumpers.
A brand new Sport trim for both coupe and sedan also debuts for 2020. Today, Honda has released pricing to its 2020 Honda Civic Coupe and, obviously, there’s a bit of a price hike. The Civic Coupe is the style type of the lineup with dramatic character lines running the size of its body. It looks especially good on this year’s new Sport trim with its 18-inch alloy wheels and additional black accents.
2020 Honda Civic Coupe Preview
Now, the Japanese automaker is giving the coupe and sedan a small styling refresh while adding the latest Sport trim – which has already been available in the hatch. Inside hood is really a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine combined with a continuously variable transmission or even a six-speed manual gearbox. Inside, the sedan and coupe Sport be handed a seven-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and then a volume button.
The latest trim is Sport in name only, slotting above the entry-level LX. The trim adds a piano black lower front fascia and side pod accents on both body styles. The sedan receives a rear decklid spoiler and then a splitter-style rear lower bumper, which fits a chrome polygonal exhaust finisher the same as the one entirely on the Civic Si. Both receive 18-inch, 10-spoke wheels in the black finish.
The 2020 Civic Coupe is a compact car that slots above small Fit hatchback and below the midsize Accord sedan. It is available in sedan, coupe, and hatchback body styles. Honda committed to offering Honda Sensing on all vehicles by 2022. The automaker is continuing to satisfy that mission with the 2020 Civic. All trims will receive the safety technologies, that come with collision mitigation braking, forward collision warning, road departure mitigation, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control.