With the high-performance of a coupe and the functionality of a sedan, the 2007 Civic Si Sedan marks the first time a Civic Si has been available in two body styles.
First previewed as a concept at the Chicago Auto Show earlier this year, the Civic Si Sedan has made its market debut this fall as a stylish new addition to the Civic lineup. As a further evolution of Civic Si's sixth generation with the Civic Si Coupe, this sporty new sedan is not only well equipped but also technologically advanced. Similar to the Civic Si Coupe mechanically, the Civic Si Sedan boasts a 197-horsepower i-VTEC® 4-cylinder engine, 6-speed manual transmission, limited slip differential and sport suspension.
Designed to turn heads, the exterior design of the new Civic Si includes a sweeping roofline, sleek windshield angle and a low, wide stance. Distinguishing itself from the Civic Si Coupe, the sedan features a unique rear deck spoiler and badging. With two distinctive body styles, four engine choices and four transmissions, it’s no wonder that the Civic’s combinations of models, trim levels and color variations make it one of the most diverse vehicles in the industry.
When designing the new Civic Si’s interior, Honda stressed sophistication. The result? A high-quality cabin equipped with the latest technology, storage areas compatible with the latest electronics and innovative styling. Take the latest generation of the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ for example. The Civic Si is among the Honda vehicles that feature this intuitive system. The Civic Si is equipped with a 6.5-inch motorized display that opens and closes for access to the internal single-disc CD player and a new digital audio card reader that can play MP3 and WMA files from CompactFlash® and similar media via a PC card adapter.
Following Honda’s "Safety for Everyone" initiative, the Civic Si Sedan is equipped with standard safety equipment including the Honda-exclusive ACE Body Structure for enhanced vehicle-to-vehicle crash compatibility and collision energy management. Meanwhile, frontal collision energy management is maintained through a network of load bearing structures in the front of the vehicle. And that’s not all. The Civic’s long list of standard safety equipment includes side curtain airbags, front side airbags with passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS), active front head restraints and a four-channel anti-lock braking system (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD).
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