2015 Honda Civic Hybrid starts at $25,525, Civic Natural Gas costs $28,225

Article by Christian A., on November 12, 2014

The 2015 Honda Civic Hybrid will start at $25,525, including the $790 destination charge, while the 2015 Civic Natural Gas will cost $28,225, including shipping. New prices show only a $100 increase compared to the 2014MY and those interested can contact their Honda dealer as the vehicles are already available.

Still, you should know that the most expensive 2015 Civic Hybrid model with leather, navigation and a CVT transmission starts at $28,225, including shipping.

Meanwhile, the most expensive 2015 Civic Natural Gas with navigation system and a five-speed automatic transmission starts at $30,180, including shipping. According to the Japanese manufacturer, the Civic Hybrid returns a fuel economy of 44 mpg in the city and 47 mpg on the highway.

The 2015 Civic Natural Gas returns 27 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. Both models feature the 7-inch touchscreen Display Audio to view and control audio, media and vehicle information, Next-Generation HondaLink as well as the Honda Satellite-linked Navigation System.

Moreover, the 2015 Honda Civic Hybrid offers as standard Smart Entry and Push button Start, while both models arrive with standard Expanded View Driver’s Mirror, LaneWatch display and automatic climate control.

2015 Civic Hybrid will be available in standard, Navi, Leather and Leather Navi versions, while the 2015 Civic Natural Gas will be offered in standard and Leather Navi trims.

Honda Civic has been restyled beyond our expectations. The Civic’s exterior now looks more youthful donning the new trunk lid and new hood design. Honda’s popular sedan also exudes a more premium look especially with the new honeycomb mesh grille with clear lens at each corner.

To start off, the new Civic’s body frame is made with fifty five percent high strength steel. This is to ensure maximum rigidity while significantly minimising the vehicle’s overall weight. Similarly, the use of the new structure will also help them pass the small overlap crash test conducted by the new Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. With regards to this, a few changes were done on the bumper extension, upper wheel housing, A-pillar, side sill and also at the front floor.

The new Honda Civic is now equipped with Electronic Power Steering for a quicker ratio. This also lessens the amount of friction when making a sharp turn at the corner. Meanwhile, the Teflon-lined bushings also provide a more responsive and fluid suspension for better handling.

The front now bears a much lower bumper with chrome accents horizontally arranged. Just the same, the EX-L variant has all these features and is even more enhanced with the new built-in fog lamps. At the back, the new Honda Civic is wearing a newly styled bumper with jewel-like taillamps, reflectors and lower diffuser vents also in honeycomb mesh design. All in all, the coupe “factor” remains as it is except for the wheels. That’s because Honda has redesigned the wheels to go with the Civic’s more youthful vibe.

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