2014 Honda Civic Si gets Power Upgrade

The Honda Civic is the flagship vehicle for the Honda Motor Company

The Honda Civic is the flagship vehicle for the Honda Motor Company. While the vehicle, which is available in both a sedan and coupe style of trim, has proven to be popular, it never really had much in terms of power. The vehicle is designed more for those who want an inexpensive vehicle that is safe and is reliable than for those who are looking for extra power or features. However, the recent updates to the 2014 Honda Civic Si are started to prove different. In fact, there are many different benefits of the 2014 Honda Civic Si that are available on the car that haven't been available on the vehicle previously. All of this is extremely desirable for fans of the vehicle. With the 2014 Honda Civic Si coming out in the next few months, individuals who want to enjoy the vehicle are able to do so, it is just important to wait until the 2014 Honda Civic Si hits showrooms, as drivers of the previous models are sure to be surprised with the upgrades.

The 2014 Honda Civic Si is scheduled to go on sale for just over $22,000. The sedan is going to be just slightly more expensive than the coupe model, as there is only a $200 difference. So, the vehicle can be purchased in just about any trim, which is perfect for both individuals who want the sportier version of the 2014 Honda Civic Si, or who want a full back seat and some additional room. The best feature of the price, however, is it already includes a destination charge, so the price is not going to suddenly jump up, which is the problem with many other vehicles.

There are not all that many updates to the vehicle in terms of spending more money for the equipment. There is an option for performance tires, which is going to increase the price by another $200. There is also an available navigation featured on the 2014 Honda Civic Si for $1,500. It really just depends on what sort of features you are looking for on the vehicle and if you want the added navigation.

When it comes to the actual performance of the vehicle, the car is going to come with a 2.4 liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine that is able to put out 205 horsepower and 174 pound feet of torque. This provides a boost of four horsepower over the previous model and another four pound feet of torque over what was in last year’s offering. However, you need to be made aware that this vehicle only comes in a manual transmission, so if you are not able to drive stick, you either need to find a way to learn or the 2014 Honda Civic Si is not going to be an option that you can go with.

In terms of fuel economy, the car is able to provide you with 22 miles per gallon in the city and 31 miles per gallon on the highway, for a total 25 MPG combined. As of right now, there are still performance specs that are yet to be coming out, although the improvement in the engine should improve the speed and the 0-60 offering. The 2014 Honda Civic Si is also going to come with a few different body features over what is available on the 2013 model. This includes the coupe that has a newly restyled hood and front fenders, plus brand new headlights and taillights, which should provide a bit more of a sportier look to the Honda than what has been seen in other years.

For more information about the 2014 Honda Civic Si, the specifications of the performance features should be out in the next few weeks, all of which should prove to point to a vehicle that is able to increase its overall performance aspects of driving.

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