DAYTON, Ohio, Dec. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Honda Civic has been a household name in the automobile market for the majority of its career. Capturing countless awards and titles for its style, features and all-around value, it's safe to say the Civic won't be making an exit from the automobile world anytime soon. To be sure of its long-term residence however, Honda continues to advance their beloved 2014 Civic with new styling, performance and interior upgrades.
Matt Castrucci Honda has been proudly providing Honda automobiles to the Dayton, Ohio and surrounding-area residents for years now, and always makes sure their Civic selection is among the best around. Even after the Civic's complete redesign only a few short years ago, Matt Castrucci Honda seems to have taken extra notice to their 2014 Civic model with a special page dedicated to it on their website.
Among some of the most noticeable changes to the 2014 Civic are the new front end designs now featured on the coupe and Si models. Providing even more curb appeal, the 2014 Civic's bumper, grille and side mirrors now encompass a much bolder look than ever before. Other notable updates can be found in the new continuously variable transmission, or CVT, used on select 2014 Civic models. Using more precise gear settings, the CVT increases horsepower output, driving feel and fuel economy figures. What this does is allows the Civic to keep the same 1.8 liter 4-cylinder engine, but increase it's engine output to 143 horsepower and 129 pound-feet of torque, adding even more performance to the already fun-to-drive Civic.
To learn more about all of the 2014 Honda Civic changes, interested parties can view the model overview here. Matt Castrucci Honda carries the full line of new Honda vehicles as well as a used inventory from various automakers. To contact Matt Castrucci Honda directly, call 877-321-5041 by phone or visit them online.
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