The 10th generation Honda Civic gets a slight makeover and it is already out in the US market.
Aside from the new look, the Civic now comes standard with Honda Sensing technology. In terms of exterior changes, you have to take a close look to spot the new design of the Civic. It has a new front bumper, a re-tweaked lower grille, and a restyled splitter. The 10th generation Civic also comes with redesigned headlights.
Minor design changes can also be seen the Civic’s rear. It has a new bumper along with a polygonal exhaust pipe finished in chrome. The vehicle is finished off with a set of 18-inch, 10-spoke ‘Berlina Black’ alloy wheels.
Moreover, the US-market Civic is now equipped with Honda Sensing technology. The said tech includes several safety features such as Collision Mitigation Braking System, Forward Collision Warning, Road Departure Mitigation, Lane Departure Warning, among others. The Japanese automaker plans to make Honda Sensing standard on all its vehicles by 2022. In case you’re wondering, the current Civic offered in the Philippines doesn’t come with Honda Sensing technology.
There’s no word yet as to when will the slightly restyled Civic debut in the Philippines. On the other hand, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is set to introduce the updated HR-V this August. If we’re not mistaken, HCPI will launch the said car next week.
The post 10th Generation Honda Civic Gets a Slight Makeover appeared first on Carmudi Philippines.