2014 Honda Civic Bound to be Tweaked to Perfection Following last year's revamp, the Civic probably won't see too many changes, but that's not a bad thing.
SAN ANTONIO, Aug. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Honda Civic has proved to be one of Honda's greatest compact vehicles. Consumers are anticipating the release date of the 2014 Honda Civic, as information about the new model has been in short supply. Where other car manufacturers tend to tease the consumers with little pieces of their new models, Honda prefers to keep quiet. It helps to build excitement for their vehicles and also to stop competitors from making last minute tweaks.
However, as 2013 saw a complete revamp of the Civic model, there aren't likely to be a significant amount of changes in store for the Civic. Honda compiled the list of complaints about previous models and addressed them in the 2013. If the 2014 model is going to see major changes, it will likely be in response to issues with last year's model. Consumers don't seem to be upset about this fact. Major changes in models are often followed by major problems. The 2014 model is bound to be one of the most successful models, tweaked to perfection.
Consumers probably wouldn't be upset to see a larger engine. Last year the 1.8-liter 16-valve engine produced 140-horsepower, which for a compact car is still pretty impressive. Even more impressive were the fuel ratings of 28 mpg city and 36 mpg highway. That's without Honda's new Earth Dreams engine technology. While the fuel economy isn't expected to skyrocket, there could be an increase of one or two mpg with the additon of the fuel-efficient technology.
The standard safety features from 2013 are also expected to make a return. That includes vehicle stability assist, tire pressure monitoring, anti-lock brakes and a plethora of airbags. In a compact car, collisions can cause quite the impact, but Honda continues to find ways of protecting their passengers. The 2013 Civic was framed with an advanced compatibility body structure which transferred crash-energy away from the passenger compartment, ensuring safety for everyone. The 2014 Honda Civic is likely to have all of these features, and then some.
Information on the new 2014 Honda Civic is currently limited, but the experts at Benson Honda are available to discuss pricing and answer any questions they can. The sales team can be reached at (888)992-4616 or through the Benson Honda website. The showroom is located at 9100 San Pedro, San Antonio, TX.
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