Honda says it’s giving fans the chance to get their hands on a second generation of its Civic hatchback, and it’s got the latest generation of the Civic behind the steering wheel.
The new Civic is now the second-gen hatchback Honda has offered since it launched the hatchback concept in 2014, but it’s a little more than a year old.
The new Civic comes in three trim levels, and the basic Civic is $21,995, the Premium is $26,950, and Signature is $31,995.
The Premium trim is available with the standard 3.7-liter inline-six engine, while the Signature and Signature Signature Limited models have a 6.2-liter, 4.2L inline-four engine.
The Civic Hatchback Premium comes with a six-speed manual transmission, while Premium and Signature Hatchbacks are available with a five-speed automatic transmission.
The Premium trim comes with an 8.2 litre, four-cylinder engine and the Signature comes with just a 3.6-liter engine.
Honda also announced a new model that’s available in four trim levels: the Signature, Signature Limited, Signature Signature Hatchback, Signature Premium.
The Signature is the priciest hatchback currently on the market, at $37,495.
The car will be available in both the Premium and the Premium Limited trim levels.
Honda is also introducing a new, four lane, all-wheel drive, four door, all wheel drive hatchback for $36,695.
In addition to the Hatchback’s standard engines, Honda says its also giving fans access to the latest Civic safety technology.
Honda says the latest-generation hatchback is equipped with the latest in driver-assistance technologies, including adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, and lane departure mitigation.
The newest Civic will also come with the newest version of Honda’s Intelligent Drive System, which is part of the company’s Intelligent Driver Assistance system.
It includes lane keeping, lane guidance, and forward collision warning, according to the company.
Hinds also said it’s adding more features to the Civic, including a new infotainment system, a new interior design, and a new audio system.
The Civic will be offered with a 13-inch, 2560×1440 touchscreen and an 18-inch touchscreen, and there will be new rearview camera, a front camera, and blind spot monitoring, according the company, along with a new rear camera and rear cross traffic alert.
Hitchhiking is also part of this year’s Hatchback.
The company is offering the Hatch with a three-wheel-drive, two-seat ride, which can accommodate a passenger of up to 36 inches tall and weigh up to 3,000 pounds.
Honda also announced it’s introducing a redesigned Hatchback SUV, which will offer a three driver seating configuration, including two passengers.