27 Jan 2015 ID: 42662

2015 Honda Civic

2015 Honda Civic

HONDA CIVIC – OVERVIEW OF WHAT’S NEW FOR 2015

 

Updated styling; all-new suspension, safety and infotainment technologies; and a new Sport derivative for the 2015 Honda Civic range

  • New sporty exterior and interior styling upgrades for Honda Civic and Civic Tourer models
  • Introduction of new Civic Sport with visual links to forthcoming Type R
  • New in-car infotainment system introduced across the line-up
  • All-new suspension and active safety technologies improve driving enjoyment and stability

The 2015 model-year Honda Civic, unveiled at the 2014 Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris, features design and technology enhancements that will broaden the appeal of the vehicle across Europe. In parallel, Honda has also launched a new Civic Sport derivative.

 

Refreshed styling

Both the Civic and Civic Tourer benefit from front exterior design enhancements that provide a distinctive new face for the model, highlighted by new headlamps with integrated daytime-running lights and a sleek new front bumper. The Civic hatchback also features a new rear bumper and side skirts, a rear spoiler finished in black, and LED rear combination lamps.

 

In keeping with these premium enhancements to the outside, the 2015 models also receive a specification upgrade inside, with new seat fabrics and stitching on the headrests, new door trims with chrome door handles and a control panel finished in metallic black.

 

The 2015 Civic retains the class-leading interior space and versatility for which the range is renowned – including unrivalled 477-litre boot capacity for the Civic hatchback and 624-litres for the Civic Tourer (both with seats up).

 

Debut for Honda Connect

The 2015 Civic range will premiere the all-new Honda Connect in-car audio and information system. Honda Connect offers convenience and connectivity while on the road, with key features including AM/FM, DAB and Internet Radio, Bluetooth connectivity, internet browsing, satellite navigation and rear-view parking camera.

 

Honda Connect is compatible with Android 4.0.4, the world’s most popular smartphone operating system, and features the familiar pinch, swipe and tap functionality – all accessed through a seven-inch display screen. 


All-new suspension and active safety features

Also making their debut on the 2015 Civic are a range of new suspension and active safety technologies that will make the car significantly more enjoyable to drive, as well as more stable in all conditions, notably enhancements to the Agile Handling Assist and Vehicle Stability Assist systems.

 

When required, Agile Handling Assist applies a light braking force, imperceptible to the driver, to individual wheels during cornering to maximise vehicle responsiveness and stability. The updated Vehicle Stability Assist system works with Agile Handling Assist to maximise traction when cornering or during acceleration on slippery surfaces by modulating brake and throttle to ensure the vehicle remains on its selected course. The Vehicle Stability Assist system system also enhances brake-pedal feel.

 

New Civic Sport derivative

The European Civic line-up has been expanded with the introduction of a new derivative, the new Civic Sport. Based on the Civic hatchback and powered by the 1.6-litre, 120 PS diesel engine or the 1.8-litre, 142 PS petrol engine, it features a unique colour-coded rear spoiler and 17-inch alloy wheels.

 

The Civic Sport shares some of the striking design characteristics of the forthcoming Type R, with a new front bumper featuring a lower grille mesh and a black roof lining for the cabin.

 

New active safety features

Each model in the 2015 Civic range will benefit from Honda’s City-Brake Active system, as standard. Specifically designed to help avoid or mitigate low speed accidents, the system uses radar technology to scan the road ahead, automatically applying the brakes if an imminent risk of collision is detected. The system is engineered to operate at speeds below 30 km/h.



CHASSIS: NEW TECHNOLOGIES DELIVER SUPERIOR HANDLING AND STABILITY

  • Honda’s new Agile Handling Assist system introduced to Europe for the first time
  • Active braking delivers unprecedented level of handling precision and control
  • New setting applied to Electronic Power Steering system maximises stability and response

Honda is introducing a range of new suspension and active safety technologies on the 2015 Civic that will make the car significantly more rewarding to drive and more stable in challenging driving situations.

 

The enhancements include the innovative new Agile Handling Assist sysem and an updated Vehicle Stability Assist system to deliver an engaging and secure drive in all conditions.

 

Agile Handling Assist is operational at all times and when required applies a light braking force, imperceptible to the driver, to the inner wheels when the steering wheel is turned, and to the outer wheels when the steering wheel is returned to centre. The result is increased vehicle responsiveness and stability, and a more satisfying driving experience.

 

The updated Vehicle Stability Assist system works together with Agile Handling Assist to maximise traction when cornering or during acceleration on slippery road surfaces. Vehicle Stability Assist applies the brakes to one or more wheels and / or reduces engine power to ensure the vehicle remains on its selected course. The system also ensures improved brake-pedal feel.

 

The 2015 Honda Civic will also feature the company’s Electric Power Steering system, which has been retuned in order to improve the vehicle’s steering response at high speed.

 

Design changes to the exterior of the 2015 Civic not only boost the car’s visual appeal but reduce lift. Revisions to the front bumper, hood and rear spoiler improve steering response and stability, particularly at high speeds.


INFOTAINMENT: ALL-NEW HONDA CONNECT AUDIO AND INFORMATION SYSTEM

  • Honda Connect delivers convenience and connectivity while on the road
  • Broad range of functions presented on 7-inch display screen
  • Familiar ‘pinch, swipe and tap’ smartphone-style functionality
  • Seamless usage from one of the industry’s fastest dual-core processors
  • Standard equipment on Civic, Civic Tourer and CR-V models in 2015

The all-new Honda Connect infotainment system will be fitted as standard across the 2015 Civic model range, offering greater convenience and connectivity while on the road.

 

Easy and intuitive to use, Honda Connect runs Android 4.0.4 – the world’s most popular smartphone operating system, and employs the familiar ‘pinch, swipe and tap‘ functionality of a smartphone to access its features. The seven-inch display can be customised to suit individual users’ preferences. There are two different ‘skins‘ to choose from, allowing users to make the system their own. Colour-coded icons ensure navigating through the touch screen menus is quick and simple.

 

Honda Connect gives front-seat occupants rapid access to everything from vehicle information, rear-view parking camera and music, to Bluetooth connectivity for their phones. The new system’s functions include: internet access, pre-installed apps, Honda App Center, optional Garmin satellite navigation, audio: (CD optional), AM/FM/DAB and internet radio, phone interface and Bluetooth connectivity, rear-view parking camera with dynamic guidelines and a range of vehicle information, such as trip meter, fuel economy and journey time.

 

Seamless usage is made possible by one of the fastest processors in the industry, NVIDIA’s automotive grade Tegra 3.

 

Bluetooth connectivity and internet access

As its name implies, the new Honda Connect system offers excellent connectivity to keep Honda owners safely in touch while on the road. Bluetooth connectivity allows the user to connect their smartphone to the Hands Free Telephone system within the car, offering smartphone-like operation through Honda Connect.

 

Honda Connect is also MirrorLink-enabled, delivering seamless connectivity between the system and the user’s smartphone – provided it is compatible. This technology enables the user to mirror their smartphone display through Honda Connect and gain access to their smartphone applications.

 

With Honda Connect you can also connect to the internet through Smartphone Wifi tethering or Mobile Wifi Router, allowing for full internet browsing while in the car, provided it is stationary, making it possible to search for local amenities or learn about landmarks near to the vehicle’s location.

The system comes with a range of pre-installed apps and the user can download other apps from the Honda App Centre.

 

Pre-Installed Apps – Aha

Honda Connect comes with pre-installed apps including ‘Aha’, which allows effortless access to content and lets the driver keep their eyes on the road. Aha offers thousands of stations of audio – spanning music, news, podcasts and audio books – as well as social media news feeds and location-based services. The easy-to-use, integrated interface makes finding everything from a Twitter account to weather updates as safe and easy as the push of a button. Aha also includes Point of Interest searches, helping users locate the nearest restaurants or hotels.

 

Optional App – Garmin Navigation

As an option, Garmin’s award-winning satellite navigation will be available fully integrated into Honda Connect. Pre-loaded maps allow users to navigate even in areas without mobile reception and millions of points of interest make it easy to find desired locations.

 

Spoken turn-by-turn directions are complemented by advanced guidance features to navigate drivers through the most challenging situations with ease. Lane guidance indicates the proper lane from which to make a turn and photo-real junction views make it easier to identify selected junctions and exits. The system also features real-time traffic avoidance, speed limit warnings, 3D building and terrain views, and Eco Routing.

 

 

ENGINES: EFFICIENT POWERPLANTS OFFERED WITH EXPANDED CIVIC RANGE

  • Powertrains deliver CO₂ emissions from just 94 g/km*
  • Choice of 1.6-litre i-DTEC, 1.8-litre i-VTEC or 1.4-litre i-VTEC engine
  • Efficiency-boosting technologies standard on manual model 

Under the bonnet of the 2015 Civic range customers can specify either the new 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel, or a 1.4-litre i-VTEC or 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol engine.

 

Lightest-in-class 1.6-litre i-DTEC engine

The 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine is the first from Honda’s next generation Earth Dreams Technology series to be introduced in Europe. It delivers a perfect balance between fuel economy and driving performance that customers benefit from in everyday driving situations. The lightest-in-class unit delivers 300 Nm of torque and emissions from just 94 g/km*.

 

Honda’s new 1.6-litre i-DTEC is comprised of an aluminium cylinder head joined to an open deck aluminium block, weighing 47 kg less than the original 2.2-litre engine. Each component has been redesigned to minimise weight and size. Advanced production techniques have reduced weight in innovative forms. For example the thickness of the cylinder walls are reduced to 8 mm (down from 9 mm on the 2.2-litre engine). In addition, lighter pistons and connection rods have been used throughout the range.

 

Tried and tested 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol engine

The Civic family will also be offered with Honda’s 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol engine, available with either manual or automatic transmission. CO₂ emissions start from 148 grams per kilometre. The 1.8-litre powerplant showcases Honda's VTEC technology and engine management systems. Starting is quick and easy, gear shifts are seamless, and accelerator control is effortless and predictable. Acceleration and deceleration are always smooth and comfortable whether in the city, the suburbs or during high-speed cruising on motorways.

 

Clean and economical 1.4-litre i-VTEC engine for five-door

The advanced 1.4-litre i-VTEC single overhead camshaft (SOHC) engine, available only on the five-door variant of the Civic, has been fine-tuned to boost both its dynamic performance and its environmental credentials. CO2 emissions have been reduced to 129 g/km. The engine delivers a maximum power of 100 PS and torque of 127 Nm.

 

The engine uses a low-viscosity engine oil, improved catalyser material, ACG multi-stage control and an improved knock control system. A new piston coating has been applied to reduce friction, boosting performance and reducing fuel consumption.

 

The 1.4-litre engine holds particular appeal for younger customers and consumers looking to downsize, attracted by the lower purchase and running costs.

 

European powertrain line-up

 

 

Five-door only

All Civic models

Engine

1.4-litre i-VTEC

1.6-litre i-DTEC

1.8-litre i-VTEC

1.8-litre i-VTEC

Fuel

Petrol

Diesel

Petrol

Petrol

Transmission

Manual

Manual

Manual

Automatic

Displacement (cc)

1339

1597

1798

1798

Maximum power output (PS)

100 @ 6000

120 @ 4000

142 @ 6500

142 @ 6500

Maximum torque (Nm)

127 @ 4800

300 @ 2000

174 @ 4300

174 @ 4300

CO2 (g/km)

129

94

145

150

 

 

Efficiency-boosting technologies

The 2015 Civic range offers Honda’s unique Eco Assist™ technology to help owners drive at optimum efficiency. Based on Honda’s own research and insight that different driving styles can create as much as a 15 per cent variance in fuel economy, the system uses the car’s speedometer to advise drivers how their driving style is impacting on fuel economy.

 

If the car is being driven economically, the dashboard glows green. If the driver slightly exceeds the best level of throttle control, the dashboard will glow white / green. Finally, during heavy acceleration and deceleration, it will glow white. The system is further enhanced with the option of ECON mode, which once activated alters the mapping of the drive-by-wire throttle system to ensure a smooth increase in torque for a more relaxing drive and greater fuel efficiency.

 

To further enhance efficiency, Idle Stop technology is standard on all manual transmission Civic models. It offers seamless operation that can contribute to a five grams per kilometre of CO₂ saving for the diesel variant. When the driver reaches a standstill and selects neutral, the engine will automatically stop when the clutch is released. The engine automatically restarts when the driver engages the clutch to select a gear. A display on the dashboard indicates the operation of Idle Stop.

 

All Civic models feature the company’s highly-durable starter motor to cope with the increased number of starts that go hand-in-hand with the adoption of Idle Stop.

 

The Idle Stop system can be disabled, if prefered, via the button on the centre fascia.

 

* Honda figures

 

 

INTERIOR: CLASS-LEADING SPACE AND VERSATILITY

  • Hidden versatility and unrivalled practicality
  • Class-leading boot space of 477 (Civic) and 624 (Tourer) litres with the rear seats upright
  • Magic Seats create one of the most practical interiors in the C-segment

Behind the sophisticated and sporty exterior design of Civic is hidden versatility that offers clever functionality and unrivalled practicality.

 

Despite being only 235 mm longer than the Civic five-door, making it the most compact wagon in the C-segment, the Civic Tourer offers class-leading trunk space. With the rear seats up, it offers 624-litres of volume, up to the tonneau cover; accommodating three large suitcases with the cover pulled over. With the rear seats down, it offers 1,668-litres of space up to the roof lining. 

 

The Tourer’s wide and low-to-the-floor exterior hides one of the roomiest interiors of any C-segment car; offering 1,431 mm of shoulder room between driver and front seat passenger and 795 mm of leg room between the front and rear seat. The height and width of the Civic Tourer are identical to the Civic five-door. The slightly raised roofline of the Civic Tourer means more headroom in the rear for occupants.

 

The Civic range benefits from Honda’s unique centre fuel-tank layout. The fuel tank is located under the front seats, allowing the Civic to offer unparalleled interior space and flexible practicality, optimised by Honda’s Magic Seat configuration.

 

The rear seat assembly folds down in one easy movement, and the interior trunk floor has been raised to create a completely flat area when the seats are folded down. The rear seat cushions can also be flipped up to reveal ample floor space for carrying tall objects. A 60:40 split in the seat base offers even more options for carrying both people and cargo, and provides an alternative load area if access via the tailgate is limited.

 

2015 Civic Tourer benefits from many practical solutions designed to make it even more convenient and functional. The tonneau cover, which can be removed, is a conventional roll version that covers the load space in the trunk and can be removed and stored away.

 

The trunk features an underfloor compartment with a two-position lid. The floor of the Civic Tourer is raised (in comparison to the five-door) creating additional capacity in the underfloor box (Civic Tourer: 117-litres; Civic five-door: 75-litres). This compartment can accommodate two flight cases with the lid in place, or alternatively with the lid down to the lowest position, the under floor compartment can carry objects as tall as one metre.

 

The height of Civic Tourer’s loading lip has been lowered for even greater practicality and access (565 mm), making loading and unloading the trunk easier.

 

 

Civic five-door

Civic Tourer

Dimensions (l x w x h) (mm)

4370 x 1770 x 1470

4590 x 1770 x 1480*

Luggage space volume

Seats up, up to tonneau cover (litres)

477

624*

Seats down, up to roof lining (litres)

1378

1668*

Load height (mm)

702

565*

 

*Honda figures

 

 

SAFETY: COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY TECHNOLOGIES PROTECT OCCUPANTS AND PEDESTRIANS

  • New automatic low-speed braking system applied as standard
  • ‘Safety for Everyone’ ethos runs through entire Honda model range
  • New features: Advanced Driving Assist Systems

Honda’s commitment to safety is embodied by the term ‘Safety for Everyone’: safety for drivers, passengers, pedestrians and occupants of all vehicles. Honda achieves this through a range of passive and active safety features, which aim to prevent or mitigate accidents and injuries.

 

The Civic range features an extensive list of safety technologies allowing it to carry the coveted five-star Euro NCAP rating for Safety.

 

As with all Honda cars, safety was at the forefront of the development team’s mind when refreshing the Civic line-up. The range benefits from a suite of advanced active safety features designed to offer all round safety, every day. These technologies aim to ensure that safety is affordable and accessible to customers within the C-segment.

 

Advanced Driving Assist Systems

Honda has introduced a new suite of sensor-based active safety systems on the Civic that use a combination of cameras, short-range ‘lidar’ (laser radar) and radar technologies. The three-model line-up utilises these technologies and many other advanced safety features to deliver a high standard of safety in all conditions, giving drivers and passengers complete piece of mind.

 

City-Brake Active system **

Specifically designed to help avoid or mitigate low speed accidents, the City-Brake Active system is a laser radar system that scans the road ahead and automatically applies the brakes if an imminent risk of collision is detected. The system operates at speeds below 32 km/h and is designed to detect cars and trucks.

 

If the system identifies that the risk of collision exists then pre-braking, as well as audible and visual warning will occur, and eventually full autonomous braking will occur. The system can be turned off by the driver only when the vehicle is stationary and it will remain off until the driver turns off the ignition. The system will become active once the ignition is switched back on.

 

High Beam Support System

The High Beam Support System works at speeds of more than 40 km/h to switch High Beam head lights on / off automatically depending on oncoming / preceding vehicles (cars, trucks and motorcycles), bicycles and environmental brightness. The system can be turned off by the driver at any time.

 

Lane Departure Warning

Lane Departure Warning uses the multi-purpose camera to track lane markings on the road. If the car deviates from its current lane without indicating, Lane Departure Warning alerts the driver with audible and visual warnings. The system operates at speeds of more than 64 km/h where the road has a curve radius of 250 metres or more.

 

Traffic Sign Recognition System

Traffic Sign Recognition System uses the multi-purpose camera to detect road signs whenever the vehicle is moving forward. The system automatically recognises and displays the signs via the intelligent Multi Information Display (i-MID) once the vehicle has passed the sign.

 

The system is designed to detect circular road signs displaying speed limits and ‘No Passing’ information. Two road signs can be displayed at any one time – the right side of the display only shows speed limit signs and the left side is for ‘No Passing’ signs and speed limits with additional information, such as weather conditions, for example.

 

Blind Spot Information

Blind Spot Information uses radar technology to automatically detect vehicles in the driver’s blind spot and warn of potential dangers when the vehicle is travelling at speeds of more than 20 km/h. The system is designed to detect cars and trucks and can help to support drivers in situations such as passing other vehicles and merging or changing lanes.

 

When a vehicle enters the driver’s blind spot a visual warning is displayed on the door mirror. This remains until the vehicle leaves the blind spot. If the driver operates the indicator whilst the vehicle is in the blind spot, the visual warning will blink and an audible warning will sound to further alert the driver to the potential danger.

 

Cross Traffic Monitor

Honda’s Cross Traffic Monitor system uses rear side radar sensors to warn the driver of approaching vehicles when reversing. The direction of an approaching vehicle is shown either on the rear-view camera screen or displayed using arrows showing the direction of the travelling vehicle on the i-MID and an audible warning sound. The system is designed to detect cars and trucks travelling up to 25 km/h.

 

Adaptive Cruise Control **

Adaptive Cruise Control allows the driver to choose both their speed and distance from the vehicle ahead. If this falls below the set level, the system instantly decelerates the vehicle. The system will accelerate the vehicle back to the pre-selected speed when safe to do so – either the car ahead speeds up or the driver moves into an adjoining lane. The system is cancelled when human intervention occurs, either via the brake or the accelerator pedal. When quicker deceleration is required the system will alert the driver to apply the brakes using visual and audible warnings.

 

Collision Mitigation Braking System **

This system monitors the following distance and closing rate between the car and the vehicle (car or truck) directly in front of it, warning the driver (audibly and visually) when a collision is likely and helping reduce impact speed by applying the brakes when a collision becomes unavoidable. The system operates at speeds of more than 15 km/h.

 

Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure

Developed in the car-to-car crash testing facility at Tochigi, the ACE™ body structure is now a well-established strength of Honda’s safety credentials. The ACE™ body structure provides significantly enhanced occupant protection in a variety of real-world crash conditions. A front-mounted polygonal main frame is designed to prevent cabin deformation by distributing forces through multiple major load bearing pathways - and away from the passenger compartment. Additionally, it helps to minimise the potential for under- or over-ride situations, this is particularly important where a frontal collision occurs between vehicles of differing heights, weights or frame construction.

 

Pedestrian Injury Mitigation Design

Research shows that Pedestrian Injury Mitigation Design features can dramatically improve a pedestrian's chance of survival if struck by a moving vehicle. Features include windscreen wiper pivots designed to break away on impact, energy absorbing front wing mounts and bonnet hinges, as well as an unobstructed area beneath the bonnet allowing greater space for deformation.

 

The Civic range also features a wide range of active safety features that are available on the entire Honda European model line-up.

 

Vehicle Stability Assist is designed to assist the driver in maintaining control during cornering, acceleration and sudden manoeuvres by applying braking assistance to any of the wheels as necessary and modulating the engine torque output as required.

 

This system is supplemented by the Anti-lock Braking System, controlled by a compact and lightweight Vehicle Stability Assist modulator. It is complemented by Electronic Brake force Distribution, which adjusts front-to-rear brake effort to achieve maximum braking performance and stability based on the vehicle’s speed

 

The Emergency Stop System, which automatically activates the brake and hazard warning lights (indicators) when it detects an emergency stop situation. The lights blink rapidly to warn following vehicles that the vehicle is stopping abruptly, reducing the risk of collision.

 

The Civic is fitted with five three-point Emergency Locking Retractor seatbelts. The front seatbelts also have two-stage Energy Absorption load limiting pre-tensioners. In the rear, ISOFIX points ensure secure and correct installation and mounting of child seats.

 

Once the engine is started a weight sensor detects whether the front seats are occupied. If the driver or front passenger has not already fastened the seatbelt, an icon in the cluster illuminates and a chime sounds as a reminder to do so.

 

On all models the driver and passenger Supplemental Restraint System front and side airbags are complemented by full length curtain airbags to protect all occupants.

 

** City-Brake Active system, Collision Mitigation Braking System and Adaptive Cruise Control are not available in conjunction with each other.

 

The Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition and Blind Spot Indicator systems can all be turned off by the driver when the vehicle is stationary.



TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

 

Civic 5dr

1.4 i-VTEC (MT) Comfort grade

1.6 i-DTEC
(MT) Comfort grade

1.8 i-VTEC
(MT)
Elegance grade

1.8 i-VTEC
(AT)
Elegance grade

ENGINE

4-valves per cylinder

Bore x stroke

mm

73x80

76x88

81 x 87.3

Capacity

cc

1339

1597

1798

Compression ratio

10.5

16

10.6

Max. power (Engine)

kW/PS

73 / 100

88 / 120

104 / 142

@rpm

6000

4000

6500

Max. torque (Engine)

Nm

127

300

174

@rpm

4800

2000

4300

Fuel rating

Unleaded 95

Diesel

Unleaded 95

Maximum Speed

km/h

187

207

215

210

Acceleration

0 → 100 km/h

13.4

10.5

9.4

11.2

Urban cycle

l/100km

6.7

4.0

7.6

8.7

Extra urban

l/100km

4.7

3.3

5.2

5

Combined

l/100km

5.4

3.6

6.1

6.4

CO₂

g/km

129

94

145

150

DRIVETRAIN

 

 

Transmission type

Manual

Manual

Manual

Automatic

Gear ratios

1st

3.461

3.642

3.142

2.666

2nd

1.869

1.884

1.869

1.534

3rd

1.235

1.179

1.303

1.066

4th

0.948

0.869

1.054

0.76

5th

0.809

0.705

0.853

0.551

6th

0.727

0.592

0.727

-

Reverse

3.307

3.673

3.307

1.956

Final Drive Ratio

4.750

3.571

5.333

4.437

Overall length

mm

4370

Overall width (without door mirrors)

mm

1770

Overall height (inclusive of antenna)

mm

1470

Wheelbase

mm

2595

Ground clearance

mm

140

Luggage space

(Seats up, up to tonneau cover)

litres

477*

Trunk Capacity - Rear Seat Down Load to Window (litres, VDA method)

litres

1210*

Luggage space

(Seats down, up to roof lining)

litres

1378*

Kerb weight

kg

1184 – 1275

1307 - 1425

1271 – 1341

1297 – 1372

Max. permitted weight

kg

1680

1870

1750

1790

Max. Towing Weight braked/unbraked

kg

1200 / 500

1400 / 500

1400 / 500

1000 / 500

Fuel tank capacity

litres

50

 

Civic Tourer

1.6 i-DTEC
(MT) Comfort grade

1.8 i-VTEC
(MT)
Elegance grade

1.8 i-VTEC
(AT)
Elegance grade

ENGINE

4-valves per cylinder

Bore x stroke

mm

76x88

81 x 87.3

Capacity

cc

1597

1798

Compression ratio

16

10.6

Max. power (Engine)

kW/PS

88 / 120

104 / 142

@rpm

4000

6500

Max. torque (Engine)

Nm

300

174

@rpm

2000

4300

Fuel rating

Diesel

Unleaded 95

Maximum Speed

km/h

195

210

205

Acceleration

0 → 100 km/h

10.3

9.4

11.2

Urban cycle

l/100km

4.2

7.8

8.9

Extra urban

l/100km

3.6

5.5

5.3

Combined

l/100km

3.8

6.4

6.6

CO₂

g/km

99

149

155

DRIVETRAIN

 

Transmission type

Manual

Manual

Automatic

Gear ratios

1st

3.642

3.142

2.666

2nd

1.884

1.869

1.534

3rd

1.179

1.303

1.066

4th

0.869

1.054

0.76

5th

0.705

0.853

0.551

6th

0.592

0.727

-

Reverse

3.673

3.307

1.956

Final Drive Ratio

3.571

5.333

4.437

Overall length

mm

4590

Overall width (without door mirrors)

mm

1770

Overall height (inclusive of antenna)

mm

1480

Wheelbase

mm

2595

Ground clearance

mm

145

Luggage space

(Seats up, up to tonneau cover)

litres

624*

Trunk Capacity - Rear Seat Down Load to Window (litres, VDA method)

litres

1116*

Luggage space

(Seats down, up to roof lining)

litres

1668*

Kerb weight

kg

1342 – 1440

1288 – 1354

1317 – 1382

Max. permitted weight

kg

1910

1790

1830

Max. Towing Weight braked/unbraked

kg

1400 / 500

1400 / 500

1000 / 500

Fuel tank capacity

litres

50

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