Those in search of an award-winning model available with a range of options need look no further than the Honda Civic. with the Civic Hatchback making a return for the 2018 model year, drivers can once again choose from a sedan, coupe, or hatchback depending on their preference. No matter which model you select, the Civic will be comfortable, filled with features, and spacious. The Civic is powerful and fun, keeping you comfortable no matter where the road takes you. You can even configure your Honda Civic to include 8-way power adjustment for the driver, heated and ventilated front seats, and leather upholstery.
In the 2020 lineup, Honda refreshed the Civic Hatchback design in the front and rear just one model year after updating the Civic Sedan’s exterior. The new Hatchback design features an athletic-style grille, hood, and fog-light housing. In line with the refresh of the front, the Civic Hatchback’s rear keeps the athletic look going with bold, strong lines and curves. The Honda Sensing® safety suite is now standard on all trims of the Civic, and upper trims provide ample technology integrations such as Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto®.
The 2020 Civic can be customized with premium safety features such as forward collision warning, lane-keeping assistance, and automatic emergency braking, to bring you more peace of mind each time you drive. Additionally, Honda has improved the sound insulation in the Civic so the noise of the road stays outside where it belongs.
The Honda Civic has a reasonably long history, during which time it has gone through ten different generations. The first generation went from 1973 to 1979 and was the first time a Honda could comfortably fit more than two full-sized adults. This model introduced buyers to the combination of fit and finish with flawless performance and reliability. For the second generation in 1980 the Civic got up to 67 horsepower and all models had CVCC technology. The performance-oriented Civic S arrived in 1983. The third generation began with the 1984 Civic, a generation that included the CRX Si with its 91 horsepower, weight-reduction, and the title of the quickest Civic so far. There was also an HF (high-efficiency) model introduced.
The fourth generation Civic, the 1988 model, showed that the automaker could actually make racing cars as well with performance-enhancing features on the models that came from the automaker’s work with Formula One. By the 2006 model year, The Honda Civic was in its 8th generation and the hatchback would disappear with the Si returning after a break. The current 10th generation began with the 2016 model year, giving drivers updated styling, technology, and more.
If you’re looking for a highly versatile vehicle, the Honda Civic is an ideal choice. To get a good look at a wide selection of new and used vehicles, come to Garden State Honda in Clifton, NJ. Our team of professionals is eager to answer any of your questions and help you get into the car of your dreams. We are able to set you up with financing right here at the dealership as well. Our garage is staffed with professional mechanics, ready to help with scheduled maintenance. Call or stop in and learn more today.