The Upcoming 2019 Honda Civic Will Add Major Safety Upgrades




After its major redesign for the 2016 model-year, there hasn't been much that Honda has had to do to its impressive and wildly popular tenth-generation Honda Civic model.

But, there's no such thing as perfection in the automobile world, so there's always more that can be done.

The upcoming 2019 Honda Civic will offer a few small changes to the exterior, some updates to the interior, and an infotainment upgrade that will swap out the volume touch-slider for a physical knob. (A change that we're seeing quietly spreading across the lineup.) The stylish Sport trim will also be available on a wider range of Honda Civic styles for 2019.

Another big upgrade for the upcoming 2019 Honda Civic will make it particularly appealing to families in Duluth and Atlanta: more standard safety features.


Honda Sensing Features

New for 2019--and following in the footsteps of a lot of its lineup siblings--the upcoming 2019 Honda Civic will offer a basic suite of Honda Sensing driver-assistance and safety features as standard. This will include:

  • Forward collision warning
  • Lane keeping assist
  • Lane departure warning
  • Adaptive cruise control

Reportedly, the headlights will also receive upgrades for the upcoming 2019 Honda Civic, so we can bet on great safety ratings--though official numbers aren't out yet.


If you're planning to buy or lease a new compact sedan, coupe, or hatchback in the next few months, contact Gwinnett Place Honda to place your pre-order.




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