2020 Honda Civic Sedan Infotainment and Interior Features
Updated on: March 25, 2020
The Honda Civic has been the longest-running nameplate and few manufacturers can boast a single model running for ten generations. Latest iteration of the Civic comes full of premium materials and top-notch plastic components and boast the most spacious cabin in this segment. You can think of it as an accord in a compact package.
The cabin is crafted from premium material with high-style design and immaculate fit and finish. The Honda Civic comes standard with cloth upholstery and manually adjustable front seats. Each Honda Civic can seat five people in relative comfort while the type R can only seat four people.
Seating and Comfort
The front seats of the Honda Civic are comfortable and offer comfort all day long while the rear seats have decent space for the passengers. An optional power driver's seat offers an extensive range of movement, making it suitable for drivers of varying heights. Taller individuals in the rear may fight for a little more headroom as the coupe-like roofline hinders space. Civic’s generous door in the front creates a good room for entering the cabin, just like the rear door but the sloping roof in the rear may compel you to duck down a little bit.
Outward visibility is good because of thin door pillars and wide window panes. Newly designed infotainment system allows you to reach the controls with ease. Further dedicated buttons for the climate and audio controls solve some of our issues with the previous system(touch-sensitive buttons). However, the touchscreen interface is still slow and a little confusing.
The rear space is a bit cramped for an average size individual, though you get more room when compared with rivals in this segment. Ride quality is awe-inspiring and the car feels playful on roads. The Civic is easy to manoeuvre in traffic or tight parking spots. The steering is precise and you can take corners with enthusiasm, just take some open roads.
Cargo and Luggage Utility
Honda civic sedan comes with a decent trunk space of 15.1 cubic feet. In comparison to the rivals, the Civic Sedan offers plentiful cargo space. The Touring trim has 14.7 cubic feet. Coupe models have 12.1 or 11.9 cubic feet of space, depending on the trim. The Civic hatchback has 22.6 or 25.7 cubic feet of space behind the second row, depending on trim, and all trims have a maximum of 46.2 cubic feet with the back seat folded down. There are plenty of cubby holes and storage spaces throughout the cabin to store water bottles and other belongings.
Infotainment and Interior features
The 2020 Honda Civic has a completely redesigned infotainment system which is a vast improvement over the previous variant. Honda was never so strong with technology yet the latest Civic encourage you a lot with its equipment.
Standard features in the 2020 Civic include automatic climate control, a four-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, a USB port, a 5-inch audio display screen, and a rearview camera. Apple Car Play and Android Auto are included as standard and provide better interface than the voice control of Civic. The texting function is particularly helpful and greatly reduces the distraction factor.
A dual-zone automatic climate control is at the helm of maintaining a comfortable atmosphere inside the cabin and works supremely well, even when the temperatures go higher than 50 Degrees Celsius on the outside.