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2019 Honda Civic Exterior – Parked in a parking lot

The 2019 Honda Civic Raises The Bar With The New Styling Features & Even Higher Levels Of Safety


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Aggressive Styling Touches

The Honda Civic is already known as one of the most unique and attractive compact cars on the road today. The 2019 Honda Civic turns up the style another notch. It has a restyled bumper and grill that'll turn heads wherever you are. It also has a full-width front splitter that looks sporty and will improve aerodynamics. Both the halogen and LED headlight options are restyled. There's also more chrome trim and larger 18-inch rims available on the Touring model.

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The New Civic Sport Trim

For 2019, the Civic adds a new trim level called the Sport. This is positioned between the LX and DX trims. It offers a sporty and aggressive look at an affordable price point. The Sport trim has a rear decklid spoiler and a polygonal chrome exhaust tip that references the high-performance 2019 Civic Si. The Honda Civic Sport trim even has larger 18-inch alloy wheels with an aggressive black finish. A quick-shifting 6-speed manual is available for drivers who want optimal control over the power delivery. An ergonomic CVT transmission is also available for added convenience. The new 2019 Civic Sport trim even features added technology in the form of standard Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ with a 7-inch touchscreen.

Check out the new Sport trim on the 2019 Honda Civic. Take a test drive at South Motors Honda today.

Safety Comes Standard

Honda has been known for the safety of their vehicles for many years. The Honda Civic has been a leader for a safety in the compact car class since its introduction. The 2019 Honda Civic elevates the level of occupant protection to an even higher level. The 2019 Civic receives excellent crash-test ratings and has a comprehensive air bag setup. It also features Honda Sensing®, a standard suite of safety features.

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Honda Sensing®

The Honda Sensing package of safety features is now standard on the 2019 Civic. The Honda Sensing technology incorporates features like the Collision Mitigation Braking System with Forward Collision Warning. This safety technology monitors the distance between your Honda Civic and the car in front. It will warn you if you're driving too close. If necessary, it will hit the brakes to reduce the chances or severity of a collision. Honda Sensing also includes Road Departure Mitigation with Lane Departure Warning. Many vehicles on the road today, including some of the Honda Civics competitors in the compact car class, have Lane Departure Warning Systems. The Honda Civic expands this technology to help reduce the chances of drifting off the road. For example, if the driver falls asleep and the car is starting to drift off the road, the alert will reduce the chances of an accident. Arguably the most important feature in the Honda sensing safety package is the Lane Keeping Assist System. This feature will apply steering inputs to help keep your Honda Civic from drifting out of its lane. Honda Sensing also includes Adaptive Cruise Control.

Learn more about the safety tech in the 2019 Civic. Come into South Motors Honda today and take a test drive.

Visit South Motors Honda

Anybody interested in a stylish and fun compact car is welcome to come into South Motors Honda. We have an excellent selection of 2019 Honda Civic models in stock. Our friendly and knowledgeable sales associates can help you find the right Honda Civic for your driving needs and desires.

Drivers in Miami, Palmetto Bay or elsewhere in South Florida can visit South Motors Honda and check out the 2019 Civic. Test-drive a new compact Honda in Miami today.

Model tested with standard side airbags (SAB). Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.safercar.gov).