2018 Honda Civic Coupe vs 2017 Honda Civic Coupe
The Honda Civic is an extremely popular car, and it has three available versions for drivers to choose from: coupe, sedan, and hatchback. But what has changed between the 2017 Honda Civic Coupe and the 2018 Honda Civic Coupe? Let’s take a look.
The overall style and design of the Civic Coupe have not changed between the model years, keeping its sleek yet athletic build. Plus, many of the features on the 2017 model carried over to the 2018 model. Such as the available Honda Sensing™ technologies, 15.1 cubic feet of cargo room, Bluetooth® connectivity and heated front seats. There are also the standard power moonroof, heated exterior mirrors, front power outlet, leather-trimmed seating and the Navigation Aid with Real-Time Traffic and Voice Activation features on higher trim levels.
Honda Civic Coupe available in Indianapolis, IN
Overall, there hasn’t been any major changes between the two Civic Coupes. Both still maintain impressive fuel efficiencies, spacious cabins and the versatility that Honda vehicles are known for.
Though we can expect more to come as Honda continues engineering its models, we will have to wait patiently until then. However, many of the other innovative Honda models have undergone some serious upgrades and enhancements since their previous model year.
If you would like more information regarding the Honda Civic Coupe and our available inventory, you can contact us at Indy Honda and we’ll be glad to assist. You are also able to schedule a test drive online.