5 Reasons to Choose the Honda Civic Sedan
Very Attractive Pricing:
Honda have realised that the Honda Civic sedan lacks the sales power of its hatchback sibling. However, the company have sought to rectify this with a lower entry price point to boost the sales of the Honda Civic sedan 2015 models. The new pricing structure has meant that the base model Civic Vi offers the cheapest mainstream small sedan on the Australian market. This beats out the Holden Cruze Equipe, Ford Focus Ambiente, Toyota Corolla Ascent and Mazda3 Neo on price.
Fantastic New Features:
Honda have been upgrading the features on many models in their lineup and the Honda Civic sedan is no exception. The Honda Civic sedan 2015 models will feature an upgraded media system. This is not the same unit seen in the recently launched Odyssey and Jazz but is a simple to use and effective system. The system also features quick to connect Bluetooth and two USB devices to allow you to use your own devices to stream audio. The infotainment system also serves as the screen for the reversing camera. This offers three modes of viewing for ultimate convenience and safety.
The new Honda Civic Sedan for sale also features upgraded cabin aesthetics. The upholstery is trimmed with a grey ruched finish. The instrument panel also features a blue display which creates a contemporary ambiance. These touches make the cabin feel comfortable and given the legroom in the rear, both front and rear passengers should be able to enjoy even longer haul journeys. The rear seats also include ISOFIX child restraint points for optimum safety.
Plenty of Space:
The Honda Civic sedan 2015 models also provide passengers with plenty of space. The seats feel spacious and comfortable, with plenty of storage options located around the cabin. There are large pockets in both the front and rear doors, map pockets in the seatbacks and large cupholders. The cargo space is particularly impressive, offering 440 litres with a space saver spare wheel hidden in the boot. This means that the Honda Civic sedan can comfortably handle all you would need for a long journey or family day out.
One of the most attractive features of the Civic range is the performance and the new Honda Civic sedan sticks with this heritage. The 1.8 petrol engine offers 104kW power with the five speed automatic transmission. This delivers thrifty fuel economy of 6.7 litres per 100 kilometres. The model also features an Econ mode for optimising fuel consumption in heavy traffic urban conditions