Come into Germain Honda of Naples today and meet the Honda Civic EX-L, which includes some interesting features added to the base model.
It's a little more aerodynamic than before, but there is no mistaking the Civic. One of the Japanese auto maker's best selling cars of all time has been slightly redesigned for 2012. In the end, we know it's a Civic, and it will never disappoint.
With their DX model going for $15,805, a hybrid variant needs to offer more to entice customers into spending $20,505 - $26,750. Honda loaded up the EX-L with leather interior, navigation, USB and Bluetooth integration and satellite radio. Not a bad way to start. The new Civic also adds 3.7 cubic feet of space.
Under its hood, the 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine produces 140 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque. EX has a EPA fuel economy estimate of 28 mpg city, 39 mpg highway thanks to a sporty yet economic five-speed automatic transmission.
Electric power and Honda's rack-and-pinion steering creates a smooth, silent ride for your daily commute. Civic's steering system also includes the "Motion Adaptive" system to "help nudge the wheel in the right direction when driving too fast through too tight a corner." 1
Check out the all new Civic today, you won't be disappointed.