After it was showcased at the begining of 2016, the new Honda Civic Coupe is now available for sale. Starting with March 15, the Japanese three door compact car can be bought with 19.050 USD. The price is available for the Civic LX Coupe with manual transmission.

The 2016 Civic Coupe is available in three powertrain configurations: a 174-horsepower 1.5-liter DOHC turbo engine with CVT (EX and above), a 158-horsepower3 2.0-liter i-VTEC paired with CVT (LX and LX-P) and the same 2.0-liter engine with a six-speed manual transmission (on LX trim). EPA fuel economy ratings for the 2016 Civic Coupe are 31/41/35 mpg4 (city/highway/combined) for 1.5-liter turbo models with CVT, 30/41/34 mpg for 2.0-liter models with CVT and 26/38/31 mpg for the LX with 2.0-liter engine and manual transmission.

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Compared to the old Civic Coupe, the new car has an ultra-rigid body with 63 percent application of high-strength steel and 12 percent application of ultra-high-strength steel (up from 55 percent and 1 percent, respectively, in the previous model), the most extensive use of high-tensile steel ever in a Civic. Thos also means 76 pound reduction in unibody weight versus the previous Civic Coupe, despite its larger size and greater stiffness.

Inside the car we can find soft touch cabin materials, Electronic parking brake, standard automatic climate control (LX), dual zone automatic climate control (EX and above), available Display Audio touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, available premium comfort and convenience features including Remote Engine start, smart Entry with Push Button Start and rain-sensing wipers.

The 2016 Civic Coupe for the U.S. market will be produced at Honda’s global plant for Civic in Ontario, Canada, using domestic and globally sourced parts. Both new engines and the CVT transmission are produced in North America.