Honda Civic Hybrid Specs The Hybrid is a Civic inside and out, so you can expect a safe, fun and dependable ride. Plus, its powertrain uses gasoline-electric technology that lets you travel up to 650 miles on a single tank of gas*. And its battery recharges itself, because you''ve got better things to do than plug in and wait.
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The Honda Civic Hybrid is a hybrid version of the Honda Civic sedan. Honda added a continuously variable transmission and an Integrated Motor Assist hybrid system similar to that of the Insight, creating a fuel efficient hybrid sedan. It is an assist hybrid.
It was first introduced in February 2002 as a 2003 model, based on the seventh generation Civic. Along with the conventional Civic, it received updated styling for 2004. Due to a delay in rolling out the succeeding Hybrid, the first generation Hybrid continued to be sold alongside the eight generation Civics for several months in 2006. The second generation Civic Hybrid is based on the eighth generation Civic, with styling differences between the USDM and JDM Hybrids.
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1st Generation (2003-2005 Model)
2nd Generation (2006-Present Model)Note: only advancements specified, those items remaining the same not mentioned.
Comparison of the Civic with the Toyota Prius
Civic Hybrid is frequently compared to the Toyota Prius. The Civic Hybrid has a smaller but more powerful gasoline engine (1.3L 95BHP), versus (1.5L 76BHP) for the Prius. The Civic's electronic assist motor is (20BHP), while the Prius has a slightly more powerful electronic motor, (67BHP). The Prius is credited as having better fuel mileage. The base-MSRP for the Civic is (US) $22,600 ,and the Prius base-MSRP is $21,500 to $23,770.
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