While previously only showed only slightly veiled versions of the redesigned Civic sedan and sport-oriented Civic Coupe And now we have official pictures for six seven variants of the Honda Civic, including standard Civic Coupe and Sedan and Coupe and Sedan, Civic Hybrid and the new Civic HF (high fuel efficiency) model, only missing Civic GX Natural Gas Vehicle at the moment.
Honda was brief details of the propulsion system, when the concept reveals, disclosing only that “most” (details below) will win its Civic Eco Assist system, which can alter the shift points and throttle sensitivity to promote greener driving . Honda currently offers its Eco Assist its CR-Z buttons and Insight hybrid models, but will offer its first gasoline Civic function.
However, we now have details for each model in terms of both power and efficiency.
HF 2012 Honda Civic, Sedan, Coupe and GX natural gas vehicle specifications
All these models have a 140 horsepower 1.8-liter i-VTEC engine is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. Civic Coupe and Sedan achieve an EPA estimated 39 miles per gallon highway, an improvement of 3 mpg in model output.
Stepping up the new fully-HF model, which is essentially a package intended to boost fuel economy by minor aero tweaks and low rolling resistance tires, special, will produce 41 mpg highway – within reach of some hybrid competitors. HF is also Eco Assist, a system that provides feedback to drivers to maximize fuel economy.
Also returning for 2012 in limited markets is the Civic GX, which runs on natural gas.This model uses a modified version of the same standard model Civic, and increased fuel economy by 7 percent, which means the highway fuel economy should come in between 38 and 39 mpg, but the power will be slightly down compared with gas-powered models.
2012 Honda Civic Coupe and Sedan specifications
For buyers there looking a bit more zip in their mode of transport should be provided and for 2012. While the increased horsepower with only three 197-200, the key change came in the form of a jump of 22 percent of torque to 170 lb-ft – all made possible by switching from the old to the new 2.0-liter and 2.4 liter -VTEC engine. 2.4-liter four-bangers, from Acura TSX sedan, mated to a manual transmission comes with six to nine speed, and also to gain power, increase efficiency by moving from 29 to 31 mpg highway.
2012 Honda Civic Hybrid Specifications
Fuel economy should be at the top of the list, and your budget is too tight, step by step from 41 mpg highway rating Civic HF at 45 mpg combined in the new Civic Hybrid is the move for you. The Civic Hybrid has increased in four of its mpg rating mpg combined due to a new, larger engine, 1.5-liter i-VTEC and the first application of lithium-ion batteries. This new hybrid drivetrain is good for a maximum output of 110 horsepower combined, and is mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
ECO Civic Hybrid also has Assist, a system that provides feedback to drivers to maximize fuel economy.
2012 Honda Civic is already history
Initially, the new generation Civic was set to debut in summer 2010 as a 2011 model, but once changed CAFE regulations and the auto industry hit hard times in 2009, Honda had to rethink things. Rumors said Honda Civic initially wanted to do more, but as you can see from our previous spy photos and official photos of new 2012 Civic total size will remain largely unchanged.
Honda has yet to release any details of its new vehicles, and even states that its fuel economy figures have yet to be confirmed by the EPA, but promises to release more data and pictures as we approach the date of The spring launch vehicle.