Honda Civic 1,8 i-VTEC 227km/h on Autobahn A19
My 2006 Honda Civic 1,8 Sport reaching 227 km/h on the German Autobahn A19 while driving to Berlin.
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Honda Civic Type-R review - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy Clarkson takes the new Honda Civic Type-R out onto the test track. The old car had been an instant hit, thanks to its razor-sharp handling, super-eager engine and big dollops of practicality. But what's the verdict on the new incarnation? Go to http://www.youtube.com/TopGear to see a full list of all high quality videos available on the Top Gear YouTube channel and don't forget to visit http://www.topgear.com for all the latest news and car reviews.
Honda Civic 1.8 i-VTEC 140 CV - Prueba
Esta es la 8ª generación. Se puso a la venta en el año 2006. En 2009 sufrió ligeras modificaciones en la carrocería e interior. También se añadió un nuevo motor. A finales de 2011, principios de 2012 se espera la nueva generación.
Principales características técnicas del Honda Civic 1.8 i-VTEC:
Potencia máxima: 140 CV a 6.300 rpm.
Par máximo: 174 Nm a 4.300 rpm.
Aceleración 0-100 Km/h: 8,9 segundos.
Velocidad máxima: 205 Km/h
Consumo medio: 6,7 l/100 Km (155 g/Km CO2)
Muchas gracias a Paula.
2009 Honda Civic PR VIDEO (TH)
Becomes the first sedan in its segment to offer touch-screen navigation system
• Newly-designed front grille and front bumper reinforces Civics sportier image; targets young professionals
Honda Automobile Thailand Co., Ltd., the countrys second largest manufacturer of passenger cars, today unveiled the 2009 Honda Civic, highlighting its enhanced sportier image, best-in-class features and cabin layout, and high-performance i-VTEC engines.
The latest Civic has a built-in touch-screen navigation system (a first for sedans in its segment), DVD player, rear parking sensors, newly-designed front grille and bumper, new Smoked Chrome headlights, and octagonal rear lamps. Prices start from Bht 749,000, depending on engine and model specifications.
The 2009 model reinforces the Civics heritage of being a premium advanced sporty sedan through its sporty and muscular look, roomy cabin, and more responsive acceleration. It also delivers greater fuel efficiency from its high performance intelligent
Mr. Kenji Otaka, President of Honda Automobile (Thailand), said, The Civic has a long tradition of pioneering innovations that have set the standard for subsequent generations of compact cars. With the new 2009 model unveiled today, we are again raising the bar in the compact car segment because the innovative features and technologies incorporated in this latest advanced sporty model are truly best in its class.
The 2009 Civic has re-designed exterior styling, new front grille, striking front bumper design, new Smoked Chrome headlights and octagonal rear lights to make it sportier and prominently stunning. Inside, the sporty sedan features a touch-screen navigation system, the first of its kind in the compact car segment, he commented.
Additional features also include rear parking sensors, DVD player, and audio remote controls on the steering wheel. These enhanced gadgets in this new advanced sporty sedan are very appealing, and will surely reinforce Civics leadership in its segment.
The 2009 Civic is available in three versions the Civic S, Civic E, and Civic EL that can run on gasohol E20. Both the Civic S and Civic E are equipped with a 5-speed automatic transmission 1.8-litre engine that delivers 140 horsepower; the Civic S comes with an additional choice of manual transmission. At the top-end, the Civic EL is powered by a 5-speed automatic transmission 2.0-litre engine with 155 horsepower.
All three grades now sport an audio remote control on the steering wheel that allows the driver to engage the in-car entertainment system while keeping both hands on the steering wheel. Other standard features include the Civics renowned Multiplex Meter with self-illuminating meters, Immobilizer and security alarm systems, and dual tail pipes.
The Civic 1.8 S is priced at Bht 749,000 with manual transmission, Bht 789,000 with automatic transmission, and Bht 831,000 for the automatic transmission with dual airbags.
The Civic 1.8 E (Bht 909,000) comes with a new audio remote control on the steering wheel and door mirrors with side turn. The Civic 1.8 E Navi (Bht. 964,000) is equipped with a touch-screen navigation system and DVD player. Cruise control and audio remote control on steering wheel are now standard features.
The Civic 2.0 EL (Bht. 1,046,000) has rear parking sensors, paddle shift, cruise control, automatic air-condition, audio remote control on leather steering wheel, and 17-inch alloy wheels. The top-end Civic 2.0 EL Navi (Bht 1,101,000) features a touch-screen navigation system, DVD player, and rear parking sensors.
The 2009 Civic will be displayed at the upcoming Motor Expo (28 November 10 December). Bookings are now accepted at all Honda dealers nationwide.