2021 Honda Civic Release Date, Pricing, and Specifications
The best-selling car in the United States market of Honda, the Civic variant, is back redesigned as 2021 Civic. It is available in sedan, hatchback, and coupe body designs boasted for the strengths unrivaled in its class. The car lies in the affordable segment but offers a host of technology and significant value for the customer’s money. The quality of materials used in the model is exceptionally good, with reduced usage of hard plastic. It also offers an excellent cabin space with enough space to occupy four 6 feet tall occupants comfortably in sedan or hatchback variant. It is one of the best performance cars.
The optional turbocharged engine offers one of the highest fuel economies with some quickest acceleration shown by non-performance compacts. The civic is an IIHS top safety pick along with a “Good” crash-test score, one of the best rated LED headlights and state-of-the-art automatic emergency braking system. The Honda Civic is known for its roomier rear seats, plenty of storage space, sharp design, and excellent features that can virtually satisfy every buyer. The company has also reworked on dampers to give it a more aggressive face and recalibrated the steering for superior feedback to the driver.
2021 Honda Civic Release Date
The company has not set any official date for the debut of the new 2021 Honda civic, but based on previous releases, we expect the launch could be in fall 2020. Stay tuned for more information on this car.
2021 Honda Civic Price
Pricing details are also haven’t been released by Honda for the model, but we expect the redesigned Civic to be tagged with about $21,000 – $38,000. The car will be a tough competitor of Nissan Sentra, Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, and Mazda Mazda3.
2021 Honda Civic Specifications
Honda is expected to continue its previous powertrain line up with base engine as a 2.0-liter four-cylinder producing 158 horsepower through a six-speed manual or continuously variable transmission. The second option could be 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder producing 174 – 180 horsepower combined with CVT or six-speed manual transmission. The Si model will include a 1.5-liter with 205 horsepower exclusively paired with a six-speed manual gearbox. The Type R model will get top of the line 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that churns out 300 horsepower with a front-wheel-drive paired with six-speed manual transmission.
The company would use onboard Honda’s touchscreen interface along with some hard buttons for certain functions. It could get a 7.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio, and Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity along with USB ports and a 12-volt outlet. Honda had even reduced its Type R variant weight by equipping it with BBS forged aluminum wheels and removing sound deadening system to save additional pounds. It can also ditch the infotainment system in Type R version and even rear heater ducts to save on precious pounds.
Civic is a good option who prioritize safety; every civic comes with a host of driver-assistance technology that includes adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, automated emergency braking system, automated high-beams, and forward-collision warning under Honda sensing technology as standard. Honda offers limited warranty coverage of 3 years or 36,000 miles and powertrain warranty coverage of 5 years or 60,000 miles. But sadly, the company does not provide any complimentary scheduled maintenance with the car.