We hope that price gets you interested in the Civic, but we know that a low price is just the starting point. Each basic Civic LX also includes:
Bluetooth HandsFreeLink: Connect your smartphone or other device to the Civic and stream audio or make and receive phone calls. Just sync once and your Civic will remember your device and connect automatically, no wires.
Steering Wheel–mounted Controls: Make phone calls, adjust the volume, or skip tracks on your driving soundtrack without ever taking your hands off the wheel.
Multi-angle Rearview Camera: Back up with confidence thanks to the Civic’s standard rear camera. Just shift into reverse and choose from three different views: standard, wide-angle, and top-down.
These are just a few features from the base trim level. Honda has five further trims—EX, EX-T, EX-L, and Touring—ensuring that there’s a Civic for nearly any kind of driver. The brand-new 1.5L turbocharged engine has one of the best fuel economies in its class, too, with 2016 Civic EX-T Sedan models rated at an EPA-estimated 42 highway mpg and 31 city mpg.**
The 2016 Civic Sedan has earned the 2016 Overall Best Buy award from Kelley Blue Book (that’s overall vehicle classes as well as the small car class).***
2016 Honda Fit features include:
Magic Seat: Hatchback vehicles are meant to be versatile, but few can compete with the Magic Seat, which lets you fold up the rear seat for tall cargo or quickly fold down part or all of it to expand the rear cargo area.
Multi-angle Rearview Camera: Like the Civic, the Fit gives you the peace of mind that comes with an extra set of eyes on what’s behind your vehicle.
Bluetooth HandsFreeLink: Connect your smartphone to the Fit and stream audio, make hands-free phone calls, and more.
The fuel economy numbers and price help make the Fit one of the most affordable cars for Central Illinois drivers, and the 2016 Honda Fit LX with CVT gets an EPA-estimated 41 highway mpg.**
Popular Accord amenities include:
16-inch Alloy Wheels: Made to look good while remaining lightweight and durable, alloy wheels are a reminder that Honda doesn’t make drivers compromise on value for style.
Multi-angle Rearview Camera: The Fit, Civic, and Accord all sport the new multi-angle rearview camera while many Accord competitors still require an upgrade for any camera.
Bluetooth HandsFreeLink: The Accord is still ahead of many of its competitors by including Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for phone and audio connectivity as standard.
The 2016 Honda Accord has two engine options, a 2.4L 4-cylinder and a 3.5L V6, as well as six trim levels. The base-level 2016 Accord LX CVT Sedan is affordable in the long run as well with its EPA-estimated 37 highway and 27 city mpg.**
The 2016 Honda Accord was named to the 2016 Car and Driver 10Best list,***** making this the 30th time that Honda’s sedan has been recognized by the car magazine.