2017 Honda Civic Installed With Driving Aids

Jan 31, 2017 08:42 AM EST | Leian N.

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After being made available in select markets, the 2017 Honda Civic can finally be purchased in Europe. In fact, the updated model has diving aids which made it more competitive due to its technological features. What are they?

The Specs. The brand new 2017 Honda Civic is powered by a 1.0L three-cylinder engine which has a powertrain capable of generating 127hp. It could also be purchased with a six-speed manual transmission or the 1.5L four-cylinder Vtec turbo engine that could reach 179hp, reported Motoring Crunch. Its exterior has also been widened and made longer. As a result, the vehicle has larger interior space equipped with the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Support. Its driver assistance features come with the Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Waning, Collision Mitigation Braking System, and the Traffic Sign Recognition, among others.

Model Availability. In other news, Offaly Express reported that the 2017 Honda Civic would make its Ireland debut this coming March. In fact, the franchise earned the reputation as preferred by the class-leading practical consumers. Now that the vehicle has wider passenger and cargo space, the brand is expected to maintain such reputation.

On top of its technological features, Honda would likewise release the Honda Sensing suite which embodies active safety ad driver assist technologies mentioned above. It has also improved its Civic range, installed with the sensors that have radar and camera information on top of its electric power steering. Furthermore, the Intelligent Speed Assistance coincides with the automatic speed limit set by the driver with the TSR feature. It would then automatically adjust to the indicated speed as shown by the last road swing. With enhanced technological features and a wider market segment as it enters Ireland and the rest of Europe, the 2017 Honda Civic model is expected to earn higher profits and improve its sales this year.

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