2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review


Honda amazed us with the 2015 Civic Coupe Concept, At the 2015 New York Auto Show,  which looked strangely generation prepared. The going with official statement went ahead to affirm our suspicions this was the sneak peak of the tenth era Civic and which then hit the avenues in the fall of 2015. 

Presently at the 2015 LA Auto Show, Honda has pulled the spreads off the genuine generation model of the Civic Coupe. The auto is opened to touch base at merchants in March of 2016, giving roadster inquisitive clients a totally reconsidered contender to consider. 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review

This new Civic isn't a progressive upgrade when contrasted with the 2015 Civic Coupe, yet it unquestionably is an awesome change. What's more, change is something the current Civic needs, as its last overhaul was not generally welcomed and its verging on prompt revive didn't help much. 


Things being what they are, does the tenth era Honda Civic Coupe have what it takes to recapture the enthusiasm of purchasers?  

Its more forceful styling and slew of intriguing outside and inside points of interest ought to help the Civic Coupe contend with its fundamental adversaries at Kia and Scion. 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Outside 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review

The 2016 Honda Civic Coupe holds a large number of the great components we saw on the idea rendition. The offbeat grille, multi-layered backside, and slanting roofline are all present. That grille, notwithstanding, is unaltered from the Civic. Indeed, Honda says everything from the A-columns forward is unaltered from the car. That doesn't make a difference however, as the front's configuration immaculate fits with the subject of the Civic Coupe. 

Honda has revamped the Coupe in all the correct ways. The auto's wheelbase is 2.9 crawls longer, the body is 1.9 inches more extensive, and the front overhand is 1.4 inches. The wheels have been moved to the corners, giving the auto a wide impression, which ought to prompt more noteworthy steadiness. The inclining rooftop is an inch lower than the Civic Sedan's, adding to the auto's general, low-threw look. What's more, notwithstanding the more extended wheelbase, the Civic Coupe is really 5.5 inches shorter than some time recently. 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review

The backside styling surely earns consideration. It highlights C-molded, LED taillights that extend over the whole backside. The dynamic state of the lights give the back more mentality, as well as help in decreasing drag, on account of the fresh lines. A humble spoiler beat the storage compartment, assisting with streamlined features and styling. 

The LED treatment proceeds in advance, with LED daytime running lights. Driven headlights are discretionary too. The headlights, paying little respect to lighting source, are currently programmed, which means not any more stressing over killing your lights on and. Discretionary downpour detecting wipers complete off the arrangement. 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Inside 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review

The inside has absolutely experienced a monstrous change. Gone is the two-layered dashboard with various screens put heedlessly around driver. The 2016 Civic Coupe gets its dash from its four-entryway sibling, and in doing as such, gets to be much more adult without looking its fun component. Clean lines, very much set screens and gages, and smart signs make bring the inside into advanced days. 

The Civic Coupe still uses advanced gages, however betterly. EX and higher trims utilize a middle mounted TFT screen that digitally indicates motor and ground speed by means of a simple style tachometer and a completely computerized speedometer. The recognizable blue tint radiates from the group, coordinating the blue shading originating from the middle quieted infotainment screen. 

Discussing that screen, it's currently a seven-inch unit that completely underpins Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, runs the Pandora application, and has SiriusXM and HD Radio. Upper trim levels likewise accompany route. 

Obviously, that is just the start of the story. The inside has developed, offering an extra 8.4 cubic feet of traveler room, while the more extended wheelbase includes more than five inches of back seat legroom. 

Other striking elements incorporate an electronic stopping brake with an electronic Brake Hold work that helps with slope begins. EX and higher trims have calfskin entryway board embeds with genuine sewing, the lodge is lit by an overhead LED light, and the shifter dons a cowhide boot. 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Drivetrain 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review

Coordinating the new bodywork and inside are two every single new motor for the Civic Coupe. Both are acquired from the Civic Sedan and kick out the same strength and torque specs. Base Civics get a 2.0-liter DOHC i-VTEC four-barrel that makes 158 strength and 138 pound-feet of torque. That is a checked impartment of 15 stallions and nine pound-feet over the active 1.8-liter. The motor can be had with either a CVT or six-speed manual transmission. Like the past eras, the manual is consigned to the most reduced LX trim. 

The greatest news, be that as it may, is Honda's premium Civic motor. The new factory is a 1.5-liter four-barrel with DOHC, direct fuel infusion, and a turbo. Yes, now Honda fanboys can now purchase a Civic with a manufacturing plant introduced turbo. The 1.5-liter turbo does not accompany Honda' VTEC valvetrain framework, but rather still kicks out a noteworthy 174 pull and 162 pound-feet of torque on account of the single-look over turbo's 16.5 psi of help. That is a change of 31 strength and 33 pound-feet over a year ago's 1.8-liter. Tragically, the 1.5-liter isn't offered with the manual transmission. In any case, starting reports of the overhauled CVT transmission say it is incomprehensibly enhanced over the 2015 form and offers better "moves" when in game mode. 

Efficiency for both motors is normal Honda. The 2.0-liter is assessed to convey 31 mpg city, 41 mpg parkway, and 35 mpg consolidated, when mated with the CVT. Choose the turbocharged 1.5-liter, and the numbers some way or another enhance by one mpg on the roadway circle, which means the turbo Civic Coupe gets 31/42/35 mpg. 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Security 


Honda has stacked the Civic Coupe with almost every accessible security framework in its parts container. Most importantly, the auto is manufactured utilizing Honda's Advanced Compatibility Structure, otherwise called ACE that redistributes an effect's power around the traveler compartment, keeping inhabitants safe. Different airbags and safety belts are standard hardware, as a feature of the Honda Sensing suite of advancements. 

Despite the fact that it hasn't been tried at the season of this written work, Honda is going for the NCAP 5-Start Overall Vehicle rating and a Top Safety Pick+ rating for the IIHS. 

2016 Honda Civic Coupe Costs 


Evaluating for the 2016 Civic Coupe has taken a little hop upwards in the course of the last era. The base Civic LX with the six-speed manual transmission begins at $19,050. That is an expansion of $760 over a year ago. Picking higher trimmed models just makes the crevice develop. The 2015 Civic Coupe EL recorded for $20,390, while the new 2016 adaptation goes for $22,300. Still, the additional expense is legitimate with the upgrades found on the new tenth era Civic.