Find the 2018 Honda Civic Owners Manual below. The 2018 Honda Civic Manual is for trim levels – LX, EX, EX-T, EX-L, Touring, and Si. With impressive acceleration and good fuel economy, it is among the top in the compact cars class.
It has got roomy and comfortable space for passengers, a refined engine, and some best safety scores. Reviewers found no major changes to the 2018 Honda Civic when compared to the 2017 version.
The 2018 Honda Civic Owners Manual has got a standard four-cylinder 2-liter with the capability to produce 158 horsepower. It returns EPA estimates of 28/40 mpg city/highway when mated with six-speed manual transmission. There is an availability of a 1.5-liter turbo four-cylinder engine which can return 174 horsepower.
For the Si model, the 1.5-liter turbo engine produces 205 horsepower. Last is the Type R; it comes with a 2-liter turbo engine with the power to return 306 horsepower. It comes with standard six-speed manual transmission with a front-wheel drive. Though, CVT is an available option on the model.
Interiors of the 2018 Honda Civic Manual are counted among the best. It has got well-placed controls with easy access and operability. The absence of a volume knob is one of the drawbacks. The large openings and wide doors of the Civic provide easy in and out for passengers. Tall passengers might have to duck down due to the sloped roofline. The driver seat of the 2018 Honda Civic offers a lot of adjustment.
2018 Honda Civic Manual Features & Reviews
Civic gives a tough fight to its competitors in the section of the roominess of the model. It has plenty of space, and even with the sunroof, it has got great headroom in the front. In the back seat, there is enough legroom for tall passengers but would require a little more headroom. Good visibility is available out the side and front windows. Civic comes with solid construction to provide a well-built feel.
From the outside, the 2018 Honda Civic Owners Manual expresses a sleek and sweeping design with a wedged tail and edginess. It has got flared wheels along with Acura-like taillamps. You can opt from one of the three variants available for the 2018 Honda Civic –Coupe, Hatchback, and Sedan.
Civic Sedan is offered in 6 variable trim levels – LX, EX, EX-T, EX-L, Touring, and Si. LX is the base model with standard features that include a 5-inch central display screen, USB port, Bluetooth, automatic climate control, and a rearview camera. Hatchback style has got three trim levels – Sport, Sport Touring, and Type R. The coupe body style is available in a single trim – LX-P.
Overly sensitive forward collision system in 2018 Honda Civic Owners Manual, confusing touchscreen interface, and slow responding of adaptive cruise control are some major setbacks of the car.