2018 Honda Civic

2018 Honda Civic

The 2018 Honda Civic Sedan, Coupe and Civic Si, arrived on October 3rd, 2017 at Honda dealerships countrywide.

Honda Canada injected even more sport performance into what’s already the most robust offering of Civics in its history with the Civic SI HFP (Honda Factory Performance.)

Building on the architecture of the award-winning 10th generation Honda Civic, the Si HFP adds dynamic features such as a sporty suspension with active dampers that offers comfortable drives for a daily commute, while capable of tracking on the weekends.

Accentuating an already bold design is a host of cosmetic additions including a front lip spoiler that adds a subtle, yet fierce look, complemented by side skirts designed to improve downforce for a sporty drive that marries the look with the feeling behind the wheel. Sitting on 19” HFP matte black alloy wheels, the Civic SI HFP is paired with Michelin Pilot 4S tires that look as good parked in the driveway as they do on the track. To complete the look, bold red and black Civic Si HFP badging is added to the side and rear of the vehicle.

On the inside, performance-inspired red and black HFP floor mats complement the leather-wrapped shifter with red stitching, all in addition to the robust host of features already included in the Civic Si model.

The Civic is Honda’s longest-running automotive nameplate and its highest selling model globally. Its Canadian introduction came in 1973 when the Civic was heralded for its refined driving dynamics, quality construction and world-class fuel efficiency, despite selling only 747 units the first year. The revolutionary CVCC (Compound Vortex Controlled Combustion) engine debuted in Civic and cemented Honda’s place in history as a leader in powertrain innovation. 

Over the course of 10 generations, the Civic has continuously evolved to meet the changing needs of Honda customers in North America and around the world and has consistently set the bar for fuel efficiency, driving performance and design innovation in an affordable compact-class vehicle. 


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CarAndTruck.caSept. 18, 2019