Buy a 2016 Honda Civic, and you will be able to rest assured that you are getting a great value for your money. That is because the 2016 Civic received the honor of being the overall Best Buy from Kelley Blue Book’s website, KBB.com.
The Honor Granted to the 2016 Civic
Once a year, KBB.com releases its rankings for the best buys in every segment as well as the overall winner. The 2016 Honda Civic took him the title of Best Buy for its category of compact cars as well as the title of the Overall Best Buy. Kelley Blue Book said that the Civic changes the playing field with high-quality materials, the world-class drivetrain, and attention to detail.
Getting to Know the 2016 Honda Civic
The Honda Civic is now in its 10th generation, and it is larger, lighter, and more fuel-efficient. It runs on a 158-horsepower 2-liter or a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder for 174 horsepower. This is actually the first turbocharged engine that Honda has mass-produced. Either engine delivers 31 mpg city while the base engine gets 42 mpg on the highway and the turbocharged gets 41 mpg*.
If you just glance at the Civic, you may almost mistake it for a midsize vehicle, largely thanks to its modern styling, spacious interior with rear seating for adults, and incredible range of convenience features. The base Civic model starts at less than $20,000 while the top Touring trim will still only put you back $27,000**. When you factor in the Civic’s impressive reputation of leading the 5-Year Cost to Own Awards from KBB, it becomes clear why this vehicle is such a great value.
You can learn more about the 2016 Honda Civic or take one for a test drive at O’Daniel Honda in Omaha, Nebraska.
*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
**MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $835.00 destination charge and options. Dealer prices may vary.
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