The 2016 Honda Civic will come in with a slightly larger price tag. It is estimated that the 2016 Honda Civic will cost about $800 more than the 2015 model but some customers are saying that they would be able to get a used 2015 model for $5000 cheaper and that they would rather get that because of the minimal changes.
However, the benefit of getting the 2016 Honda Civic model is that you will be getting a Civic coupe with a much larger back seat. The tight rear seats on the Honda Civic coupe have been one of the major issues the 2015 Honda Civic Coupe customers have been bringing up.
The + rating means it has all kinds of crazy accident avoidance systems that actually work, like low speed automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist and road departure mitigation. Also, in that suite of technology called Honda Sensing, there’s also adaptive cruise control which is pretty cool.
It also comes standard with everything you’d expect, traction control, stability control, anti-lock brakes, a rear view camera, etc. All these boring safety features don’t actually make the car that numb or bad though. Although I haven’t driven one myself, from what everyone is saying, the new Civic is a much better car than its predecessor. Roomier, lighter, and actually a lot more fun to drive. So really, for the safety minded consumer who also wants a decently fun coupe, a 2016 Civic Coupe wouldn’t be too bad of a choice.