A car is an unpowered wheeled vehicle used most often for transport. Generally speaking, all definitions of cars pretty much say that they function primarily on road, seat five to eight people comfortably, have four wheels rotating above a ground, and move products rather than passengers. However, the definition of what a car is really depends on who is defining the term. With the Honda Civic it seems that it could be the type of car that everyone wants to own – or at least one that everyone should want to own.
First of all, it’s interesting to see the Accord’s body style and trim level. The Accord has been defined by its front bumper as a low profile, two-piece “box-style” vehicle. Looking deeper, the lower half of the front bumper extends far beyond the vehicle’s waistline and into the ground. This combination of an aggressive look with an aggressive performance has made the Accord one of the most well rounded vehicles on the market today.
Looking deeper into the body style reveals a different story. The Accord’s body utilizes a much taller set of tires on each wheel, acting as if it were designed to minimize ground contact during a turn. The overall length of the Accord is 17 feet long, just a bit longer than the Ford Focus (16 feet). Despite the extra length, however, the Accord still manages to have the very nice room required for an enjoyable driving experience. In fact, the Accord has one of the best handling features on any auto model year round.
One of the most defining features of the Honda Accord is the presence of the HID headlight kit. This feature manages to create an extremely aerodynamic design. Even though the Accord isn’t as fast as many modern sedans, it still manages to retain a very pleasant ride. In fact, the Accord manages to feel as though it rides upon a cloud of air – which can make it even more relaxing and enjoyable to drive. This air-sheltering body style is present on every Honda model year after year, and is something that we are very hard pressed to find in other cars.
Speaking of trim levels, the Accord sedan definitely offers up plenty of options for those who want a little bit more from their drive. In particular, the Accord features front and rear bumpers with spoilers. This is particularly great news for people who enjoy taking their vehicle out for a spin at the drag strip. Unfortunately, the Accord doesn’t offer such a nice look to the back end of the vehicle – at least not when compared to its sedan and Coupe family members. However, if you are going to spend the extra money that is necessary to get a car that handles and looks like a coupe, at least you should be happy with what you get.
The exterior of the new Honda Civic sedan continues the theme of quality materials and construction. From the rocker panels to the rooflines to the trim, everything is high-quality and designed to last. Honda has always prided itself upon building vehicles that are of the highest quality, so it is no surprise that the auto maker has continued that tradition with the introduction of its new, high-end sedan. In fact, this is the second-generation of Honda’s popular auto model, following the highly successful hatchback models that it launched just a few years ago.
As expected, there are several changes that have been made to the interior of the new Honda Civic sedan. The biggest change is seen in the available trims, which now offer more choices than ever before. In addition to the standard four-door sedan trims, you can also go with a front or rear window that has been lowered, a center-mounted instrument panel, front and rear headlamps with HID kits, a wider body style, front and rear LED headlights, and a sporty exterior that is sure to attract the attention of any young driver that happens to be driving by. Of course, if you want a little more power from your Honda Civic, you can get the trims and exhaust that will help you reach that goal as well.
Another major change in the auto insurance rates for the Honda Civic is the new auto body style. The new Civic has a body style that is set on overhangs, which helps it look like an SUV. However, the vehicle still has the two door open driver’s seat, so it can still be a safe car for young drivers to learn how to drive. There have been some rumors that the introduction of the Civic trims may cause the auto insurance premiums for the vehicle to increase. However, that hasn’t happened, so you can expect to see continued savings on your auto insurance as long as you maintain a safe driving record with the Civic.