2017 Honda Civic Hatchback: Taking Too Long To Arrive

Oct 24, 2016 07:00 AM EDT | Louise

Honda Civic is back again for another release next year with its Hatchback line. But there are a few impossible situations for Honda Civic to be available in the United States.

According to the Kendall Auto Group of Eugene in Oregon, known as one of the largest auto dealers of Honda Cars. The last time they had a Honda on their hands, was the release of the Acura, that they had a large volume of the said unit. But as of now, there are none of the 2017 Honda Hatchbacks listed in their inventory.

There are many car dealers in the United States, but so far there have not been any rumors about these dealers taking in the 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback. It is much speculated that after the initial launch of Honda Civic Hatchback in Europe, it won't be that long for the United States to launch it as well.

What We Know About The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback

The 2017 Honda Civic is truly inspired by supercars, especially the Lamborghini, just by looking at the profile design, it has a matte gray paint, neon details, and black accents that most supercars have. Although it hasn't been specified whether the car will be getting  a center-exit exhaust pipe. But then the usual pattern of Honda developers when producing a new car is always a slightly modified design of the previous models.


Honda cars currently give out both 158 horsepower by 2.0-liter four-cylinder and 174 horsepower turbocharged by 1.5-liter four-cylinder on the coupe and sedan models, while the Honda Civic Hatchback will only have a turbo motor.

The 2017 model of the hatchback will be available on 1.5-liter turbo l-4, with a six-speed manual or CVT automatic and front wheel drive. It runs on 100km per liter. Although the Type R model will be available on a 2.0-liter turbo on a 6-speed manual transmission and adaptive dampers up to 300 horsepower.

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