Technology Features

Honda Civic Technology

With the number of intelligent vehicle technologies that exist today, no car is complete without a comprehensive technology package. From entertainment to driver-assisting tools and more, the 2017 Honda Civic is packed with handy technologies that’ll make your drive safer and easier. For residents of the Centennial, Aurora, and Denver areas to understand what the Civic offers, our team at Mile High Honda have put together this helpful technology review.

To get started, let’s look at the Honda Civic media package.

Audio and Entertainment

2017-honda-civic-technologyOne of the keys to vehicle comfort is the media bundle that’s offered in it. The 2017 Honda Civic comes equipped with a wide range of useful technology, starting with Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink and streaming audio. Drivers can connect any Bluetooth®-compatible device to their vehicle, such as a phone or MP3 player. From here, they can make phone calls or change music selections using their voice. From the 5-inch color LCD display in the media center, anyone can view music genres, titles, and stations using the radio data system.

In some models, Civic owners will have access to HondaLink®.1 HondaLink® allows your vehicle to connect with your phone or tablet, so you can bring up the navigation system, traffic reports, text messages, and more on your car’s display. HondaLink® also comes with Apple CarPlay2 and Android Auto,3 which allows you to view several more phone apps on the car’s LCD screen.

Driver Assistance

2017-honda-civicOn a busy highway or poor terrain, drivers are going to need to be extra alert if they want to remain safe. The 2017 Honda Civic, with its many driver-assisting features, wants to do some of the work for you. The car comes equipped with a multi-angle rearview camera4 with guidelines to help you back out of tight spaces. And an available Lane Keeping Assist System will alert you, both with audible and tactile warnings, if you begin to drift out of your lane.

Adaptive Cruise Control is now more intelligent than ever, as it’s been enhanced with low speed follow.5 It’ll moderate speeds and monitor how close you are to surrounding vehicles, so when you approach another car, your Civic will automatically slow down. A Collision Mitigation Braking SystemTM6 (CMBS™) is also available. Using a complex network of sensors, CMBS™ can detect when collision is possible, and will apply brake force to help avoid impact.

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Safety Technology

The Honda Civic is constantly trying to improve on driver safety, and technology is a big part of that. Some common safety features have been enhanced for more efficient performance, like Vehicle Stability Assist with Traction Control,7 which can improve your car’s control on even the most dangerous surfaces. Electronic brake force distribution is also included to help improve the already advanced braking systems the Civic is equipped with.

Your instrument cluster is easy to read, and can offer clear indicators of when something may be wrong with your vehicle. The Maintenance Minder™ system will run constant diagnostic tests on your car. When something is wrong, Maintenance Minder™ will send alerts and remind you to schedule service. This tool works in tandem with the included Tire Pressure Monitoring System.

Learn More about the 2017 Honda Civic

In addition to a variety of helpful technologies, the 2017 Honda Civic includes many other cutting-edge features. If you’re a driver in the Centennial, Aurora, or Denver areas, schedule a test drive today to learn more. Our team at Mile High Honda will gladly show you everything else the Civic offers. Contact us today for more information!

 

1. Depending on use, HondaLink® can transmit to Honda and its providers a vehicle’s location, speed, and other operating conditions, information that may be tied to the vehicle identification number and can be combined to create a track of a vehicle. For a full explanation of HondaLink®’s functionality and Honda’s use and privacy policy, see http://owners.honda.com/hondalink.
2. Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Depending on use, Apple CarPlay can share user and vehicle information (e.g., vehicle location, speed, and other operating conditions) with the connected iPhone. See Apple’s privacy policy for details regarding Apple’s use and handling of data uploaded by CarPlay. Use of CarPlay is at the user’s own risk, and is subject to agreement to the CarPlay terms of use, which are included as part of the Apple iOS terms of use. CarPlay vehicle integration is provided “as is,” and Honda can’t guarantee CarPlay operability or functionality now or in the future due to, among other conditions, changes in CarPlaysoftware/Apple iOS, service interruptions, or incompatibility or obsolescence of vehicle-integration hardware or software. See Honda dealer for details. Only use CarPlaywhen conditions allow you to do so safely.
3. Android and Android Auto are registered trademarks of Google Inc. Depending on use, Android Auto can share user and vehicle information (e.g., vehicle location, speed, and other operating conditions) with Google and its service providers. See Google privacy policy for details regarding Google’s use and handling of data uploaded by Android Auto. Use of Android Auto is at the user’s own risk, and is subject to agreement to the Android Auto terms of use, which are presented to the user when the Android Auto application is downloaded to the user’s Android phone. Android Auto vehicle integration is provided “as is,” and Honda cannot guarantee Android Auto operability or functionality now or in the future due to, among other conditions, changes in Android Auto software/Android operating system, service interruptions, or incompatibility or obsolescence of vehicle-integration hardware or software. See dealer for details. Only use Android Auto when conditions allow you to do so safely.
4. Always visually confirm that it’s safe to drive before backing up; the rearview camera display doesn’t provide complete information about all conditions and objects at the rear of your vehicle.
5. Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Low-Speed Follow can’t detect all objects ahead and may not detect a given object; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed, and other factors. ACC should not be used in heavy traffic, poor weather or on winding roads. ACC only includes a limited braking function; driver remains responsible for safely operating vehicle and avoiding collisions.
6. CMBSTM can’t detect all objects ahead and may not detect a given object; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed, and other factors. System operations affected by high interior heat. Driver remains responsible for safely operating the vehicle and avoiding collisions.
7. Vehicle Stability Assist isn’t a substitute for safe driving. It can’t correct the vehicle’s course in every situation or compensate for reckless driving. Control of the vehicle always remains with the driver.

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