one platform for North American market and another for Home market. If you really want to buy a vehicle with luxury and eye catching design then you should give a close look to 2011 Civic. 2011 Honda Civic is offered with two tiered display, aerodynamically designed body and luxuriously designed leather interiors. Manufactured Specified Retail price of 2011 Honda Civic is around $ 15, 605. This luxury model competes with Volkswagen Golf, KIA Forte, Hyundai Elentra and Volkswagen Jetta.
2011 Honda Civic is available as either Coupe or sedan style. Both the styles are available with five trim levels which include Civic DX, Civic LX, Civic EX, Civic EX-L and Civic Si.
2011 Honda Civic DX trim is the base model offered with height adjustable driver seat, tilt and telescopic steering column, 15 inch steel wheels, optional Value package which includes stereo system with four speakers, AUX-in pin, CD or MP3 player, powerful AC system and power windows. Honda Civic LX trim includes sliding armrest, 16 inch steel wheels, full power accessories, cruise control, foldable rear seats and keyless entry. Honda Civic Sedan LX-S trim is added with alloy wheel, rear spoilers, leather wrapped steering wheel, chrome exhaust and front sport seats.
Honda Civic Ex trim is awarded with stereo system with six speakers, USB input, wheel mounted audio control, ambient interior lighting, split foldable rear seat with armrest and coupe model is offered with special subwoofers. Honda Civic EX-L trim is offered with sports tuned suspension system, powerful powertrain, high performance tires, sport seats, 17 inch alloy wheel and special interior trim. Some of the optional features available with Honda Civic are navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity and heated leather seats.
Engine and Specification:
2011 Honda Civic is available with all wheel drive channel. Honda Civic is armored with two kind of power source. Honda Civic DX, LX and EX trims are armored with 1.8 L capacity four cylinder engine. This powertrain is mated with five speed five speed automatic gear transmission as optional feature. This model is capable of reaching 60 MPH around 9.5 seconds.
Honda Civic GX model is armored with 1.8 L capacity CNG engine. This eco car is capable of generating 113 HP of power.
Base engine size: 1.8 L
Camshaft type: Single overhead
Cylinders: inline 4
Valve timing: Variable
Torque: 128 ft-Pounds at 4300 RPM
Horsepower: 140 HP at 6300 RPM
Turning circle: 35.4 feet
Mileage (with Manual Transmission):
City: 26 MPG
Highway: 34 MPG
Combined: 29 MPG
Interior and Exterior:
2011 Honda Civic’s interior is offered with high quality fabrics which offer optimum comfort to its occupants. Civic’s dash features two tiered display which houses clock, low fuel warning, tachometer and digital speedometer. Rear seat of this sedan is offered with split foldable feature which improves overall luggage space. Rear seat also offers some good space for its occupants with increased room compared to its predecessor models.
Width: 68.9 inch
Height: 55.0 inch
Length: 175.5 inch
Front track: 59.0 inch
Rear track: 60.1 inch
Wheel base: 104.3 inch
Cargo capacity: 11.5 cubic feet
Interior volume: 95.2 cubic feet
Curb weight: 2588 Pounds
Front head room: 38.0 inch
Front hip room: 53.0 inch
Front leg room: 42.6 inch
Front shoulder room: 53.9 inch
Rear hip Room: 49.2 inch
Rear head room: 35.1 inch
Rear leg room: 30.3 inch
Rear shoulder room: 52.1 inch
2011 Honda Civic is armored with some advanced and standard safety features. Some of the standard safety features installed in this model include head airbags, front and rear head rests, 3 point seat belt for rear center occupant, antilock brake with Electronic brake force distribution, height adjustable head rests, tire pressure monitoring system, front ventilated and rear drum brakes. This model is also installed with engine immobilizer and Bluetooth handsfree option.
Front Suspension: McPherson Strut with four wheel independent suspensions
Rear Suspension: Multi link rear suspension with stabilized bar
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