2016 Honda Civic accessories revealed – IAB Report

Posted on: Oct 20, 2015 - 11:24am IST

Includes cosmetic and functional equipment.

Honda USA has previewed a range of accessories for the 2016 Honda Civic sedan.

2016 Honda Civic front quarter official image
The 2016 Honda Civic comes with two engine options.

The accessories list contains a full bodykit that includes front, side and rear underbody spoilers, a bootlid spoiler or a rear wing, foglamps, chrome trims for lower part of the doors, and distinct 17-inch alloy wheels.

There is a list of add-ons for the 2016 Civic meant to prevent scratches on the body during everyday use. This includes a car cover, a front mask, door edge guards, door visors, splash guards, side body mouldings, a rear bumper protector, and a moonroof visor.

2016 Honda Civic rear quarter official image
The accessories list for the 2016 Civic in the US, contains functional features too, like a wireless smartphone charger and an engine block heater.

The interior of the 2016 Civic can be accessorised with an ambient lighting package, a console lighting fitment, illuminated door sill guards, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, a wireless charger for smartphones, cargo hooks and nets, a trunk tray, and a first-aid kit. An engine block heater will also be on offer, useful in the colder regions of the US.

2016 Honda Civic Sedan Touring
The all-new Civic is lighter but stronger, and hosts more features than the outgoing model.

The 10th generation Honda Civic which is longer, lower and wider, is 68 pounds (approximately 31 kg) lighter than its predecessor, but features 25 percent increase in torsional rigidity. It is powered by a 1.5-litre turbo petrol and a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated engine. It will be offered in 15 variants, with only the entry-level one equipped with a manual transmission (6-speed) while others get a CVT. The 2016 model gets new equipment such as Agile Handling Assist brake torque vectoring and Honda Sensing driver assist features.

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