New Honda 2019 Honda Civic Sedan for Sale in Lincoln, RI
For 2019, the Honda Civic sedan continues to raise the benchmark for its segment. Car shoppers who are looking for a wonderfully designed small four-door that boasts plenty of interior space for its size, great resale value, mechanical longevity, and a variety of trims can’t go wrong with the Civic. The available trim levels are the LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring[LM1] . To the delight of driving purists, the first two are still available with a manual transmission.
The changes for the 2019 model year are not extensive, but there are some minor styling upgrades to the fascia that give the car a sleeker look. On the inside, the ‘19 Civic sedan receives control knobs for the audio and HVAC systems that are more user-friendly. The Honda Sensing system of active safety technology has been made standard on all trims. The EX-L and top-level Touring trims get leather seating surfaces and the HomeLink remote system. The Touring is loaded with an upgraded 450-watt premium audio system, an integrated navigation system with voice recognition and Honda HD Digital Traffic, automatic on/off LED headlights, and heated seats for both rows.
Honda’s smallest sedan comes in either a six-speed manual (available on the two lowest trims) or continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The LX and Sport trims come with a 158 horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder naturally aspirated engine, while the EX, EX-L, and Touring get a turbocharged 1.5-liter engine that makes 174 hp and offers the perfect blend of enjoyment and fuel efficiency. The gear-and-pulley system for the CVT on the Honda automatic transmission simulates a continually shifting single gear, a setup that provides top power. This technology is where Honda truly separates itself, as most other compact sedans with a CVT lack that consistent peak shifting performance.
Those who are looking for considerably more power should investigate the Si or Type-R, which come under the model name Civic but are distinct enough to be considered separate models. These souped-up Civics are made only with a manual transmission to optimize the fun of driving them.
Technology & Safety
The Honda Sensing comes standard on all trim levels to provide a full package of driver assist features such as lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, road departure mitigation, forward-collision warning, and emergency braking. Other[LM2] standard safety features worthy of mention are airbags, stability control, and a rearview camera. The NHSTA gave the ‘19 Civic sedan its highest rating of five stars. A 1.5 amp USB, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto come standard on all trims but the base to allow seamless smartphone integration with the infotainment system.
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