Sunday, October 19, 2014

2014 Honda Civic Si Navi Sedan review notes

By on 5:46 AM

ROAD TEST EDITOR JONATHAN WONG: It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Honda vehicles, but that didn’t prevent me from being utterly disappointed with the Civic that came out for the 2012 model year. The cost-cutting measures were clear in that car, and the styling was far from exciting. On the Si, it lost the suede-like trimmed seats that were in the previous models and replaced with a slippery cloth material with an odd-looking barbed wire pattern on it. Like all Civics, there was hardly a soft-touch surface to be found inside, which was disappointing to see, especially with cars like the Ford Focus that were packing impressive, high-quality surroundings.

With this generation Civic Si, the 2.4-liter K-series four-cylinder that powered the Acura TSX and available in the Acura ILX was swapped in replacing the 2.0-liter unit. Honda said that decision was to offer more torque, which is understandable because more torque definitely helps in daily driving and prevents you from having to wind things up that much. The downside was that you lost 1,000 rpm at the top with the bigger displacement engine giving you a 7,000 rpm redline instead of 8,000.Read Full Here
Judul: 2014 Honda Civic Si Navi Sedan review notes
Review oleh: Tukang Coding |
Update pada: 5:46 AM | Rating: 4.5

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