2016+ Honda Civic Forum (10th Gen) - Type R Forum, Si Forum - CivicX.com
With the recent release of the 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback you may be wondering which body style suits you best.
Of the three tenth-generation Civic variants that have been released to date, the new Civic sedan, coupe and hatchback have major differences in design, proportions and dimensions.
Here are side-by-side comparisons that provide us with a visual overview of the differences in size and styling.
Honda has officially announced that the 2017 Civic Hatchback will be making its official public debut at the Paris Auto Show next month. Being an European show, it will be the European market version that is shown, which basically only differs from the North American version by not having certain reflectors. The hatchback to be displayed will likely be in red, as the teaser image below indicates.
In addition to the hatchback, Honda will also be bringing the Civic sedan to the Paris show. And there are even some rumors that a Civic Type R concept closely resembling the...
The 2017 Civic Type R has just been spotted, revealing more than ever. This prototype appears to wear the full aero package and bodywork, and looks more production ready than ever. There's more vents and bodywork than ever before, with 2 new flaps seen on the back of the upper hatch. The left front intake is also being run uncovered, perhaps for the most cooling possible during testing.
The 2017 Civic Hatchback trim and packaging info has been out for a few weeks, but now it's time to drill down into the nitty gritty.
With information from the online parts and accessories catalog we are able to glean a lot of details about the new Civic hatchback including touch up paints that reveal unique colors specific to the 5-door hatch.
Compatibility (or lack thereof) of certain parts across the Civic X lineup is also becoming clearer, as is the hint of upcoming Honda Factory Performance parts which we are sure to see showcased at the upcoming 2016 SEMA show.
You've seen the press photos, now have a look at the first real life glimpse of the 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback in production guise on U.S. shores.
Shown in Sonic Gray in the new Sport Touring trim, the Civic Hatchback was spied looking mighty sharp and aggressive wearing its new color and trim.
All 2017 Civic models (hatchback, sedan and coupe) have earned the highest five-star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Both the 2017 Civic Hatchback and Sedan received five stars in the front, side and rollover crash tests, while the 2017 Civic Coupe received five stars in all categories except frontal crash (where it received four stars). But, all 3 Civic models received an overall five-star safety rating.
The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback will be arriving in North America this Fall, but that doesn't mean Canada and the U.S. will share the same trims, features or packaging options for the upcoming 5-door version of the Civic X.
As we already learned, there will only be three trims available in Canada and now the full details of what exactly is included in each trim has been revealed by Honda dealers across Canada.
You've all seen the tremendous work done by Hondata for the 1.5L turbo engine, and now we'd like to welcome their team as an official CivicX ELITE Sponsor!
Hondata is based in Torrance, California, home to Honda's U.S. Headquarters. With over 15 years of experience, Hondata specializes in modification and reprogramming of Honda and Acura engine control units (ECUs) to add features and expand the capabilities of the ECU (e.g. for forced induction).
Thanks to a CivicX member's ingenuity, those of you looking for a front lip now have a new option, albeit from an unlikely source -- the Scion FR-S.
Yes, apparently, the Scion FR-S front lip will fit on the 10th gen Civic and we think it looks quite the part. Here's a DIY on the install.
UK publication Auto Express has posted about a potential Civic Type S joining the 10th gen lineup, at least in the UK?
Their basis for this idea? They've already sampled a 201hp version of the 1.5T engine in a test mule in Japan, mated to a CVT automatic gearbox. This is the same engine that outputs 174hp in the standard North American models.
Honda has just announced that the 2017 Civic 5-door hatchback will be arriving this Fall!
It will feature the 1.5-liter turbo engine for all models which will be good for 174 HP/162 LB-FT in LX, EX and EX-L trims and 180 HP/162 LB-FT in the Sport and Sport Touring trims.
Check the full press release.
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Honda is recalling 11,846 2016 Civic Coupes in the U.S. because of a rear light problem.
"Certain taillight assemblies may have a light-emitting diode side marker light circuit board that was damaged during transit from a parts supplier, making the marker light inoperable," Honda said in a statement. "Affected vehicles with an inoperative rear side marker light may have decreased visibility in traffic, increasing the risk of a crash."
Honda said it has received no related customer or dealer reports linked to the recall. Full report inside.
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