2015 Honda Civic continues provide high value economy. The 2015 Honda Civic continues the brand’s reputation for providing high quality in an economical compact car. Buyers who select a Civic know that they will be getting more for their money. It is no wonder that the compact has made its appearance year after year on lists of cars with the highest resale value. The 2015 Honda Civic version in its EX-L trim features a 1.8-liter, 4-cylinder engine that gets excellent mileage out of every tank of gas. With 29 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway, this car can save its owners quite a few dollars over the years in fuel bills.
Standard are several features that often are options in other cars, such as Bluetooth technology and heated seats. It boasts a 3-year, 36000 mile warranty and will only set new owners back $18490 with standard equipment. The higher-end models, of course, are more, yet are still quite economical compared to many other cars, ranging from $19990 to $22840. Higher-end models include a state of the art infotainment system. All models offer improved soundproofing from years past. The 2015 Civic continues the tradition of the compact’s excellent safety record over the years. Even the lower-end models include a rearview camera, a lane departure warning system, and a forward collision warning system. It comes with Honda’s new continuously variable automatic transmission. Introduced just last year, automobile experts rate the Honda automatic transmission high on performance. For those who prefer the close contact that a manual transmission provides, a manual is available as well. Its streamlined exterior is easy on the eye, with integrated fog lamps available in some of the more pricey versions. Its interior, too, has been upgraded in the 2015 version of the car. It seats five people comfortably. Higher-end models offer an automatic climate control system for added comfort. Overall, the 2015 Honda Civic looks to be a great buy for car enthusiasts wanting both quality and economy in the same vehicle. The cars are arriving in American showrooms just in time for the holidays.