2012 Honda Civic Sedan Coupe and Hybrid Car

February 18th, 2011 by By auto # Car, Honda

The 2012 Honda Civic Sedan Coupe and Hybrid Car debuts with a new lithium ion battery pack and a combined 45 mpg fuel economy. The 2012 Honda Civic Sedan Coupe and Hybrid Car gets upgraded with a new lithium ion battery pack and a larger 1.5-liter gasoline engine that work in concert to the tune of 45 mpg (combined), beating the Hyundai Elantra and Veloster by 1 mpg and effectively thumbing its nose at the upstarts from Korea. Aerodynamic tweaks and a new Eco Assist technology suite help the hybrid to achieve this number.

The Civic Concept resembled the outgoing Civic so closely that it was easily overshadowed by more visually interesting reveals, such as the Hyundai Veloster. Today, with the unveiling of the production versions of what will be the 2012 Civic coupe and sedan, we’re unsurprised to find that Honda’s bread-and-butter model is just as visually underwhelming as when we last saw it. However, digging into the specs, we find that there are a few revisions for the 2012 model year worth getting excited about.

For those who need a bit more oomph, the Civic Si is back with the same 200-horsepower output, but from a larger, 2.4-liter i-VTEC engine. More displacement means more torque in this case, as the new Si gets a bump to 170 pound-feet of twist at its peak–a 22 percent boost in torque over its rev-happy but at times gutless predecessor. The new Si also gets a new manual transmission to go with its new engine, as well as an estimated fuel economy of 31 mpg.

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