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The 2017 Honda Civic Coupe, more Civic performance
Sophisticated, sporty, and cutting edge, the 2017 Honda Civic Coupe puts the driver first. It is a two-door vehicle that stands out in every category. Last year saw dramatic changes introduced to the Civic. Those changes remain just as compelling in 2017.
A big boost in horsepower comes in the form of a 158hp 2.0L 4 Cylinder. If that’s not enough, there is also a 174hp turbocharged engine offered. A 6-speed manual transmission, standard on the EX-L model, helps mightily in the performance profile of the Civic Coupe.
MacPherson struts and a lightweight Honda ACE body structure rounds out the package meant to make driving a compact coupe fun again.
The 2017 Civic Coupe exterior is bold and sophisticated. It coincides with Honda’s new emphasis on performance. A sleek, more lengthened body easily captures the attention of onlookers, and strong angles form the shape of the front and rear bumpers, producing an assertive presence. Available 5 jewel LED headlights add an alluring detail to the look of the Civic Coupe.
The Civics interior is better than ever. Honda works its usual magic, making the most out of space, and buyers could easily confuse the Coupe’s roomy interior with the Civic four-door. It is refined and comfortable and possesses a design that looks as good as it functions. The Civic has a segment first Electric Parking Brake. An increase in luxury comes from three leather interiors choices, and available heated seats.
Safety in the Civic Coupe is just as innovative as the rest. Advanced airbags with SmartVent technology, and side curtain airbags with roll over sensor are standard. Honda’s ACE body structure reinforces where it should and has designated crumple zones elsewhere. Vehicle Safety Assist, Anti-Lock Braking system, Electronic Brake Distribution, Brake Assist, TPMS and Rear View Camera are standard on the 2017 Honda Civic Coupe, as well.
The Civic Coupe sees into the future with its technology features. A wireless charging mat for devices is new in car technology platforms, and the Civic is one of the first to offer it. USB ports are standard and the Civic Coupes backup camera is advanced with multi angle views. Touch button engine start and stop, something reserved for luxury vehicles, became standard in the Civic first. Available is a host of driver’s aid technology with Honda Sensing™: Lane Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Collison Mitigating Braking System.
Visit a Honda dealership today and see the incredible 2017 Honda Civic Coupe. It is sleek and a head of the competition in performance and technology.