Honda Civic 2017

This 10th-generation Civic is further proof of that. It’s longer, lower and wider than the ninth-generation car it replaced and has a more advanced suspension, too – a combination Honda hopes will help the Civic outgun rivals such as the Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Golf.
The Civic doesn’t ride as smoothly as a VW Golf (few cars do), but it’s actually pretty comfortable by class standards. All trims apart from EX, Sport Plus and Prestige have regular ‘passive’ suspension, and this delivers a largely settled ride that doesn’t get caught out too badly by potholes. Even so, it’s best to resist the tempation to add optional larger alloys.
The Civic’s seating flexibility is nothing special. All versions come with 60/40 split-folding rear seats seats as standard, which lie completely parallel with the boot floor once down. However, the rear seats don’t slide back and forth or recline, and there’s no folding front passenger seat to allow you to carry really long items.
As a verdict, the Honda Civic is good to drive, has a big boot and comes with lots of standard kit. Shame its infotainment system is so poor.
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