Honda Civic Window Tint
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The Civic exemplifies automotive excellence and mixes fun with efficiency and practicality. Precise steering, a solid chassis, and a well-tuned suspension provide both a compliant ride and sweet handling. Sedans and coupes get a 158-hp 2.0-liter four or a 174-hp turbo 1.5-liter four paired with a six-speed manual or a CVT. The turbo is standard on the hatchback; a 180-hp Sport trim is optional and a 10Best winner for 2018. The cabin is spacious, but some may find the seats lack proper support.
We’ve previously tested the Civic in coupe and hatchback forms with the optional turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four (a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter is standard in sedans and coupes) coupled to a continuously variable automatic transmission. Anyone expecting the combination of CVT and turbo to be a one-two punch to the gut of fun would be wrong, but Honda’s winningest combination comes when you opt for a six-speed manual transmission available in the Civic hatchback Sport, in which the 180-hp turbo 1.5-liter is standard equipment.
Sport trimmings for the hatch include bigger wheels (18 inchers versus standard 16s and optional 17s elsewhere in the range) but also a healthy dollop of unnecessarily blacked-out body parts, which are particularly unflattering with bright paint colors like the red of the car tested here. We prefer the Sport in darker hues, where the black accents seem subtler, although it must be said that there’s nothing subtle about the design: Whether or not our editors like the styling, we all agree there’s lots of it.
From behind the wheel, however, looks don’t matter much. Little on the spec sheet has changed from our previous tests, which means Honda chassis tuners paid careful attention to the details of bushing and damper tuning. The steering is light, both in terms of feel and feedback. This is common for the class, but where the Civic steering leaves others behind is in responsiveness.