2016 Honda Civic Coupe Review
Restyled and ready to turn heads, the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe is an exciting version of its sedan sibling that mixes form, fun, and function. Denver, Aurora, and Centennial area sedan seekers can check out Mile High Honda’s full review of the two-door 2016 Civic Coupe below.
From Concept to Coupe
Sporting a loud lime green exterior, broad wing-like rear spoiler, and new standard flying H grille, the 2016 Civic’s eye-catching concept version that debuted at the New York International Auto Show left a lasting impression.
The new remodeled Civic took the concept car’s influences and streamlined them to some degree. Though it definitely wears an updated, more athletic look, it’s not a mirror image of the standout concept car that showed in New York. But Honda anticipated buyers falling in love with the concept Civic and decided to apply the full power effect of its designs to the 2016 Civic Coupe.
Wearing a lowered roof, a lengthened wheelbase, and of course, two fewer doors, the Civic Coupe is vastly different from the sedan from a structural viewpoint. Aggressive styling throughout the coupe make its sporty intentions even clearer; carved out, fleeting body lines and a fastback-style rear bumper make this coupe look futuristic and ready to fly.
The Civic Coupe’s available powertrains echo those of its sedan counterpart, offering a 1.5-liter turbo and 2.0-liter non-turbo engine option. A six-speed manual transmission is standard with the base 2.0-liter engine, while a continuously variable transmission is standard on the upper turbo model and available as an option on the base four cylinder.
2016 Civic Coupe Interior
Inside, the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe offers ample room for a two-door model and wears the same design updates as the revamped sedan version, including the replacement of Honda’s multi-tiered dashboard for an everything-has-its-place, sleek new version.
Standard technology features on the coupe include a rearview camera for safe backups, Bluetooth audio streaming and hands-free calling, USB hookup, Pandora radio playback, and a 5-inch driver display. An upgraded 7-inch touchscreen display that responds to both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is available on upper trim levels.
The 2016 Honda Civic Coupe is expected to continue its model’s longstanding marks as a Top Safety Pick. Civic Coupe buyers can also take advantage of newly available driver assistance aids that come with the Honda Sensing safety package, which includes advanced camera- and radar-based tech systems such as Forward Collision Alert with Auto Emergency Braking, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Departure Warning and Intervention.
Check Out the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe at Mile High Honda
Ready to get behind the wheel of the Civic sedan’s enthralling two-door twin? Denver, Aurora, and Centennial area coupe seekers can contact Mile High Honda to learn more about the arrival of the 2016 Civic Coupe and sign up for a test drive!