How to make the Honda Sport’s interior a more comfortable experience
The Honda Civic Sport gets a new look and more interior space in the latest update to the Civic hatchback, which has been getting a facelift since the debut of the 2015 Civic.
The Civic Sport has also received a number of new safety features, including adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning, which Honda says are meant to improve “driving comfort and safety for all occupants.”
The update is the latest Honda update since the hatchback debuted in the United States in 2015.
But Honda’s Civic Sport update is one of the more notable updates to the hatch.
The automaker’s hatchbacks have been improving their performance and handling since the vehicle’s debut in the U.S. in 2015, and Honda says the 2017 Civic hatch is no exception.
We’ve taken our time with the 2017 Honda Civic hatch and the latest updates have certainly helped.
Honda Civic Hatch 2017 updates, including new safety updates, safety features: Honda says a new adaptive cruise controls helps to reduce seat recline.
Honda says an air bag deployment system has been added.
The roof-mounted airbag deploys to deploy and deploy to deploy to reduce rear-end collisions.
The front and rear crash-absorbing side skirts have been added to the front and back.
The steering wheel-mounted warning light is brighter.
Honda’s seatbelts now come with a safety feature.
The side mirrors are now retractable.
The driver’s door opens.
Rear-seat passengers now get a rearview camera.
The seats have been reupholstered.
Honda added front and side-view camera technology.
Honda also added an automatic transmission warning system that can be turned on or off at any time.
Honda Sport 2017 updates: The car now has a manual transmission.
Honda adds front and reverse lights.
The hood has been redesigned to increase legroom.
Honda updated the seatbelt and knee pads to make them more comfortable.
Honda is now offering an all-new front and passenger seatback.
The car’s hood vents have been redesigned.
A safety belt is now installed at the top of the passenger door.
The engine compartment door has been removed.
The air bags have been removed from the passenger side of the rear seats.
The new 2017 Honda Accord is now available in a five-door trim.