Used 2019 Honda CRV in Cambridge, ON
Many products, even though sold in large numbers, never promise quality or longevity, but the Honda Civic is not one of those. The Civic has consistently been Canada’s best-selling passenger car, underlining the quality and longevity of these vehicles.
Three Honda Civic Variants
The tenth-generation Honda Civic has a reputation for being a solid, economical car suited to any driver. The vehicle comes in three variants; a sedan, a hatchback, and a coupe, and within these variants, there were several trims from which to choose.
The sedan came with a gasoline engine and 158 horsepower, except for the SI trim, which has a gasoline engine producing 205 horsepower. These models came with both automatic and manual transmissions. The coupe came with engines similar to the sedan, except the Touring CVT trim, which came with an engine producing 174 horsepower. The hatchback was sportier, and the entry-level LX trim also had a 174 horsepower engine.
The 2019 Civic was given several exterior design tweaks, with a restyled lower bumper and the headlights and grille getting a glossy black paint job. The Touring trim was given new LED headlights and chrome trim on the front bumper.
In addition, three new colours were introduced: Tonic Yellow Pearl exclusively for the Civic coupe, Cosmic Blue, and Platinum White Pearl.
Honda’s Sensing Pack was introduced as a standard feature across all models and trims, and there was an upgraded audio system with physical knobs in place of the touchscreen sliders. The Bluetooth integration was improved, making device pairing smoother.
There were redesigned controls on the steering wheel, updated dash materials, and improved sound insulation.
The US Department of Transportation gave all models and trims a five-star safety rating.
Buying any pre-owned vehicle can be fraught with problems, but here are a few pointers to assist with the process.
It’s preferable to look for your 2019 Honda Civic through a reputable Honda dealer. Buying through a reputable dealer will ensure that the vehicle will have been adequately inspected, and you’ll get the full spectrum of Honda after-sales support.
In addition, the vehicle will be ready for the road and have all the necessary documentation in the used vehicle information pack, saving you time and money to get them yourself.
It’s vital to check the vehicle’s service history and ensure it has been done through reputable agencies. If the car has been maintained according to the manufacturer’s recommendations, you can be assured that you are not buying a bag of troubles.
Well-maintained Honda Civics have an enviable reputation for achieving incredible distances on their original engines. The best-known example is a 2006 Honda Civic that has done over a million miles on its original engine and transmission.
Buying a well-maintained 2019 Honda Civic will ensure you have a reliable vehicle that will get you where you want to go for many years.
|DX||LX||EX||Sport||Touring||SI||LX||Sport||Touring||SI||LX||Sport||Sport Touring||Type R|
|158-hp, 2.0-litre, 16-valve, giving 138 lb-ft torque||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|174-hp, 1.5-litre, 16-valve giving 162 lb-ft of torque||🗸||🗸|
|180-hp, 1.5-litre, 16-valve, giving 177 lb-ft torque||🗸||🗸|
|205-hp, 1.5-litre, 16-valve, giving 192 lb-ft of torque||🗸||🗸|
|306-hp, 2.0-litre, 16-valve, giving 295 lb-ft of torque||🗸|
|6-speed manual transmission||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|