The new Honda Civic 2020 Honda Civic is another Honda hatchback with lots of features. The same lovable Type R with one caveat on-track performance is improved for 2020, but an updated electric engine sound can be a head-scratcher.
Compared to its rivals: Exuding poise, stability, and plenty of cargo space, but the verdict: There’s a group of practical reasons why the Honda Civic consistently tops small-car sales lists – comfort and utility among them – and the new model adds functionality to the existing base as well as additional performance potential.
We’ll look at those, too. The new Honda Civic hatchback has a bigger trunk and offers roomier interiors than its competitors. The new Civic hatch is available in a host of colors from metallic grey to black and it also comes with a few extras, such as headlamps that offer a lower profile and the usual airbags.
On the track, the Civic hatchbacks are pretty quick, particularly when compared with some of the other cars in this segment. Honda claims that the new Civic hatch has the most powerful turbo engine in its class. When it comes to power, there are two turbo engines to choose from. Both models have Honda’s famous Civic hybrid drive system with a four-wheel drive and Honda assist-steering system.
Honda claims the Civic hatch is up to 40kg lighter than the previous model and that it offers greater agility. Honda claims the Civic hatch has an efficient cooling system and a larger capacity battery pack, which will save up to 40kW of power.
The turbo engine power is a little more than the Civic hatch in other models such as the Civic Touring, Civic Si, and Civic hatchback. It has about the same horsepower as the Civic Touring and just a little bit less than the Civic Si.
The Honda Civic hatch has a more powerful electric motor, up to 600cc, which will produce an extra 50kW of power and make it a little faster. When the turbo Honda CB200H was first launched, Honda claimed that it was capable of producing an impressive 0-100km/h sprint in 4 seconds. However, a recent test revealed that the turbo Honda’s turbo system had to work extra hard to create impressive speed figures
. The turbo Honda Civic model is also slightly cheaper than the normal Civic and Honda Civic Touring and Civic hatchbacks. The Civic hatch has more powerful engines and the Civic Si has more powerful engines than the hatch, but both cars are much cheaper than the Civic Touring.
The Civic Si is also the best selling car with its turbo engine option and is very reliable. The Civic hatch has similar performance capabilities to the Civic Touring, but the Honda Civic hatch is slightly slower than the hatch.
The new turbo Honda CB200H features Honda’s excellent safety systems and is the company’s only car with a four-wheel-drive system, so you don’t need to worry about any bumps or dips and the new turbo Honda is also easier to drive, despite its high ride quality. It is still relatively easy to tow because it can be lifted by a vehicle without a hitch.