Honda Civic EX-L Navi review

Honda Civic EX-L Navi review is represented by a huge cabin. To mitigate the fact that the A-pillars would be unrelenting creators of blind spots, Honda’s designers have put glass triangles in them, towards the bottom. They work, in that way, to a limited degree. How often, after all, are you going to be looking towards the bottom of the A-pillar? It might help you avoid running over a child coming off a curb.

From a three quarter view, this car looks very much like some sort of space pod. Since the EX-L is a four-door sedan with a wheelbase of 106.3 inches and an overall length of 176.7 inches, at the very least, it is certainly spacious.

The engine is the VVTI (variable valve timing intake) four-cylinder, measuring 1.8 liters and producing 140 hpat 6,300 rpm; peak torque comes on at 4,300 rpm and is 128 pounds/feet. Despite a pretty healthy compression ratio – 10.5:1 – the recommended fuel is regular gas.

The suspension is a combination of MacPherson struts up front with a double wishbone setup in the rear. Additionally, there are stabilizer bars, both front and rear, measuring 24.2 by 3 mm.

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