2017 Honda Civic Si Sedan Rated at 32 MPG Combined by EPA

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2017 Honda Civic Si sedan

The 2017 Honda Civic Si sedan doesn’t acquire any extra horse power over its predecessor, however it does gets a huge boost in fuel economy. The performance-oriented design has been rated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to accomplish 28/38/32 mpg (city/highway/combined).

Honda revealed these information on its sales training website before EPA published it on their own website. In the files, Honda mentions that the brand-new Civic Si’s fuel economy is higher than competitors, consisting of the 2017 Ford Focus ST (22/30/25 mpg), 2017 Volkswagen Golf GTI (24/34/28 mpg), and the 2017 Subaru WRX (20/27/23 mpg). The previous 2015 Honda Civic Si sedan just attained 22/31/25 mpg in EPA ratings.

Controlled by a 1.5-liter turbo-four, the 2017 Honda Civic Si creates 205 hp and 192 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is the only available gearbox. Arranged to go on sale in May, the brand-new Civic Si is substantially lighter than the previous generation and includes a more rigid body, which ought to lead to better performance.

The Si might be a fuel penny pincher, however it’s far from the most efficient Civic in the lineup. Those seeking to attain higher fuel economy can choose the non-Si turbo model, that is capable of 32/42/36 mpg.

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