Hybrid hem elektrikli hem de benzinli motorla çalışan modeli şu anda civic in hibrid modeli varmış ama ekonomik kaygılar yüzünden Türkiye' ye ihracatı yokmuş. 1.3 litrelik benzinli motoru varmış ve 65mm lik bir elektrik motoru varmış bu motor gerektiği zaman çalışıyor ve toplam 101HP güç elde ediliormuş. Belki 2006 modellerden hybrid olanları Türkiye' ye getirilir. Arabalar gerçekten muhteşem bayıldım arabalara
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Fun-to-drive, fuel efficient, comfortable for four full-sized adults, engineered for occupant safety, and incredibly refined, the 2006 Honda Civic should prove a segment leader – if not a segment buster.
Honda offers three different versions of the 2006 Civic Sedan, each equipped with the same 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine teamed with either a manual or an automatic transmission. The base model is called DX, the popular mid-grade version is the LX, and the most upscale Civic is named EX.
Every 2006 Honda Civic Sedan gets the same engine, a 1.8-liter, inline four-cylinder equipped with i-VTEC variable valve timing. With 140 horsepower available at 6,300 rpm and 128 lb.-ft. of torque peaking at 4,300 rpm, the 2006 Civic Sedan’s engine is more powerful than both motors offered in 2005 and runs on regular unleaded fuel. A five-speed manual transmission sends the power to the front wheels, and is estimated to provide 30 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. The optional five-speed automatic is expected to do even better when it comes to fuel efficiency, matching the manual’s city rating but getting 40 mpg on the highway.
It might look radical, but the 2006 Honda Civic Sedan’s interior layout is extremely functional. The gauges are split between a digital display located at the base of the windshield and a traditional cluster viewed through the steering wheel. In the digital display, which acts much like a heads-up system, vehicle speed, remaining fuel, and engine temperature are shown. In the lower binnacle there’s a huge tachometer flanked by dormant warning lights. An average fuel economy display would be nice to have, especially with the price of gas reaching three bucks a gallon in some parts of the country, but that feature is only offered on the Civic Hybrid.
More comfortable seating, front and rear, is one benefit of the 2006 Honda Civic Sedan’s redesign. Four six-footers can fit inside the Civic Sedan, and those in the back seat won’t lack head or legroom. There’s even plenty of wiggle space for toes. For greater comfort, get the Civic EX, which comes with a fold-down rear center armrest.
With the 2006 Honda Civic Sedan’s redesign, engineers focused on safety. Standard equipment includes dual-stage, dual-threshold front airbags; seat-mounted front side airbags; front and rear side-curtain airbags; antilock brakes with independent electronic rear brake distribution; and active head restraints. What does this mean to you? Honda expects the 2006 Civic Sedan to receive five-star frontal crash-test ratings from NHTSA and a “Good” rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in the 40-mph frontal offset crash-test.
Despite an on-sale date of September 15, 2005, Honda hadn’t set final prices for the redesigned 2006 Honda Civic Sedan when we published this story. Estimates ranged from about $14,500 for the Civic DX to $18,500 for the Civic EX. Honda plans to sell about 160,000 Civic Sedans a year, roughly half of all planned Civic sales.
Immediately, the 2006 Honda Civic Sedan’s added refinement is noticeable, both in terms of cabin comfort and engineering. Quiet and responsive, the silky powertrain provides good punch off the line, managed by a fluid gearbox and a light clutch. The steering is linear and quick, and the brake pedal feels great underfoot. The Civic Sedan is definitely your friend in the city, where the only thing to intrude upon your surroundings – aside from rude drivers quick to use the horn – is impact harshness from potholes. Most of the time, the ride is composed, but a bit soft.
Estimated Base Prices: $14,500 (DX); $16,500 (LX); $18,500 (EX) Engine Size and Type: 1.8-liter inline four with variable valve timing Engine Horsepower: 140 at 6,300 rpm Transmission: Five-speed manual (standard); five-speed automatic (optional) Estimated EPA Fuel Economy (city/highway): 30/38 mpg (manual); 30/40 mpg (automatic) Leg room (front/rear): 42.2/34.6 inches Head room (front/rear): 39.4/37.4 inches (DX/LX); 38.1/36.7 inches (EX) Max. Cargo Volume: 12 cubic feet Competitors: Chevrolet Cobalt, Dodge Neon, Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra, Kia Spectra, Mazda 3, Mitsubishi Lancer, Nissan Sentra, Saturn Ion, Suzuki Forenza, Subaru Impreza, Toyota Corolla, Volkswagen Jetta
Araç genel olarak çok şık ama içi biraz fazla radikal olmuş.Birde sadece 1.8 140 hp motorun sözü ediliyor coupe da ise 2.0 ve 197 hp ve birde hybrid var oda zaten 1.3 hacimli,hiç 1.6 motor konusu görmedim duymadım..Sadece 1.8 motor ile TR de işi zor vergi yüzünden.
bence getirirlerse hybrid de ii satar fiyatıda uygun olursa..
hem 100küsür hp hemde elektrik desteğiyle süper manyak tüketimm
Şansı pek olmaz gibi,çünkü baya bi fiyat farkı var aralarında.Dışarıdaki fiyatlar civic sedan 13260 $ dan başlıyor hybrid ise 19900 $ dan başlıyor.Arada neredeyse 7000 $ gibi bir fark var ve bu fark TR de çok daha fazla olur.
Yol bilgisayarını yine kaale almamış anlaşılan civic,sadece hybrid versiyonunda bulunacakmış.
"An average fuel economy display would be nice to have, especially with the price of gas reaching three bucks a gallon in some parts of the country, but that feature is only offered on the Civic Hybrid."
Tabi bu yazılan doğruysa yada son anda bir değişiklik yapılmazsa öyle gibi gözüküyor.