The 2016 Honda Civic hybrid limited was a fun car to drive with 50 mpg across the board. I mean especially since I owned a Honda Civic at the time. Therefore I was considering an upgrade it inevitably.
Here is my review I consequently wrote originally on Answers.com. However for our audience I modified here!
For a hybrid electric car, the Honda Civic hybrid limited is an average fuel economy of 50 mpg. Yet inside this is a fully loaded family fun hybrid. This Civic hybrid tested comes with a fully black leather interior and fully loaded. I mean from Honda GPS to voice command. Because this Honda Civic was among the more efficient hybrid electric cars on the block today.
Design Upgrades add to Efficiency and Style
Besides the hybrid electric and integrated motor assist technologies inside the car, there is an Eco Assist button. This enables the car to maintain a higher standard of efficiency than other hybrids at the get go.
“Honda developed the driver guidance and driver feedback functions of ECO Assist to help drivers improve their fuel economy, and in turn, to also benefit our environment,” said Art St. Cyr, vice president of product planning and logistics at American Honda. “The visual nature of the technology is intended to help drivers improve their efficient driving skills by making it a more fun and rewarding experience.”
So the hybrid EV tested at least 50 mpg. While at times the vehicle dropped into the 40 mpg range. However once then in steady flat roads, it went back to 50 mpg. As reported by Honda, the standard Civic gets 26 miles per gallon in the city and 34 miles per gallon on the highway.
Also one of the tools in the car Honda’s Eco Assist. One as a result that coaches you from blue to green bars. All on either side of the speedometer. So if it’s green you’re getting better mpg.
In conclusion, the starting prices for this specific model came at around $29,900. However while driving it, the car feels like one spent at least $35-40,000. It’s with a predominantly electric motor coupled with a small engine. Because this electric motor is for starting and the initial propulsion of the car.