Honda Civic SI Coupe

2013-01-12 03:21:45

By 2012 popular Civic Coupe Si from Honda become more perfect. And thanks to the new engine this perfection is not only external.

The previous Coupe Si looks perfectly, but in comparing to the new version it just pales.
Rear glasses in a back part of body and a design of back part of Honda Civic Coupe Si 2012 become the most noticeable novelties.

Changes in an exterior considerably improve appearance of the car. But inside everything looks less enthusiastically.
First, not all may be ardent fans a two-tier dashboard Honda, but nevertheless an disposition of devices is quite convenient, and the most important details are located with an accurate and clear manner. Besides, buttons of management of heating systems, ventilation and conditioning - a true pleasure in use.
Touch screen of control of the secondary equipment will delight fans of iPhone more, than people who got used to "tangible" control devices. Nevertheless, Honda systems always demand a little practice. On the other hand, the front seats Si are amazing. 
Providing exclusive support of all parts of a body, with good rigidity, they are improbably comfortable. Upholstered with high-quality fabric, unfortunately, seats nevertheless don't rescue an interior from cheap effect of universal finishing by
plastic.
The times of a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engines of last year's model ends. 2.4-liter 16-valve VTEC come to its place the 4-cylinder unit issuing to 201 h. p. on 7000 rpm. The modest increment of only in 4 h. p. doesn't impress.
The Civic Si of last years give out 188 Nm at 6100 r / min. This year, the Si offers 230 Nm at 4400 r / min. The result is amazing.
Fans of manual transmissions will be happy to find 6-speed mechanical transmission in Si. Addition to the manual transmission is an easy and accurate clutch Si.
Elastic springs gives rigid to traffic of Si.
Civic Si - a machine with a soul, not to mention the practicality and economy. Its fuel consumption in the central part of the city is just 8.8 liters per 100 km.



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