WASHINGTON — The 2016 Honda Civic sedan warranted a top five-star altogether reserve rating from a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
On sale now during Honda dealerships, a 2016 Civic sedan perceived 5 stars in a front, side and rollover pile-up tests.
NHTSA has not tested a 2016 Honda Civic coupe.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety pronounced a 2016 Civic sedan warranted a 2016 Top Safety Pick+ award, receiving “Good” scores in all Institute pile-up tests.
Standard reserve apparatus on a 2016 Civic sedan includes fortitude control, antilock front brakes, side airbags, side-curtain airbags and a rearview camera. Starting with a EX sedan trim, a right-side blind mark camera is also standard, as is a HondaLink system, that also includes puncture pile-up notification.
Standard on Touring and discretionary on other Civic sedans is a Honda Sensing reserve package, that adds adaptive journey control, lane-departure warning, lane-departure involvement and forward-collision warning with involuntary puncture braking.
Key competitors to a Civic sedan embody a Dodge Dart, Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra and Toyota Corolla.
Edmunds says: Car shoppers gripping measure should note that a 2016 Dodge Dart, Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra and Toyota Corolla also warranted a top five-star reserve rating from NHTSA.