2020 Honda Civic Coupe
That’s right to say, Citizen officially found a way out of the forest when Honda introduced this last generation in 2016. About a decade ago, we were obsessed with civic design and beauty. Honda, however, has got this last tenth-generation citizen and, for the time being, is content to polish the margins.
While most citizens equate this course to 2020, hatchbacks are getting a lot of updates – many of which debuted in other body styles last year. This year, the Citizen Hatch front and rear beauty updates include modified foglight housing and black-out front trim accents. Different trims have a few new features (for example, a power-adjustable driver’s seat on the X trims) and additional sound insulation, which will help reduce some of the noise complaints that go with our current model.
The availability of Honda Cicic’s alchemy six-speed manual transmission is also extending to the hatchback’s top sports touring trim. At a time when drivers can’t leave the old-school stick shift fast enough, the move to keep the connection between car and driver strong is a refresher for Honda.
These include the other strengths of the 2020 Honda Civic including fast acceleration, crisp handling and cargo carrying versatility. The Civic is one of the few small cars that is available as a coupe, which helps give it a slicker and spoorier look. While it’s still like testing rivals like the Hyundai Veloster or the Toyota BRZ, the Honda Civic continues to set the benchmark.