Comfort & Interior
Practical and modern in appearance, the Civic’s interior is roomy and offers sufficient storage space. Even the entry-level model is far from a penalty box. While it doesn’t offer the most optional comfort and convenience equipment in the compact class. It has enough of the good stuff for any small-car shopper. The interior of the sedan is on the roomier end of its class. Though the coupes rear seats are all but useless to anyone of above average height.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The Honda’s touchscreen interface is improved thanks to addition of long-awaited volume knob for audio system and buttons for certain functions. The top sedan we tested served up infotainment features through 7.0-inch touchscreen, navigation, radio, and Apple Play and Android connectivity. The front compartment has two USB ports and a single 12-volt outlet. Sadly, rear-seat passengers are left unconnected, as not a single USB port or 12-volt outlet makes its way back.
Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
Paired with solid crash-test scores, the Civic is a fine option for those who prioritize safety. Every Civic also has a host of driver assistance features that includes automatic high-beams and forward collision warning. Honda gathers these features together under the Honda Sensing umbrella