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2011 Honda Civic GX Overview

Video (00m:18s): 2011 Honda Civic GX Driving Scenes
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Natural Gas-Powered 2011 Civic GX Remains Smart, Green Choice
Alternative-energy vehicle based on popular Civic

2010 Honda Civic GX
2010 Honda Civic GX

10/22/2010 – TORRANCE, Calif. – First introduced in 1998 and based on the Honda Civic LX Sedan, the Civic GX runs on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and produces inherently low emissions.

Previously targeted primarily to government and fleet customers, individual retail consumers in California, New York, Utah and Oklahoma can now purchase the 2011 Honda Civic GX through Honda dealers certified to sell and service the Civic GX. As an inherently low emissions vehicle, buyers of the Honda Civic GX may qualify for a $4,000 federal tax credit1 as part of government program to promote clean, alternative-fuel vehicles and fueling infrastructure. Many states, including California, are continuing to offer single-occupant carpool-lane access for Honda Civic GX drivers.

The Honda Civic GX is equipped with a 1.8-liter, i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine that produces 113 horsepower @ 6300 rpm and 109 lb-ft. of torque @ 4300 rpm, and achieves an EPA-estimated2 city/highway fuel economy of 24/36 miles per Gasoline-Gallon Equivalent (GGE). Maximum fuel-tank capacity is 8.0 GGE at 3,600 pounds per square inch. A 5-speed automatic transmission is standard.

Built on a high-rigidity, unit-body platform, the Civic is designed to deliver precise and refined handling performance with its fully independent MacPherson strut front and multi-link rear suspension designs. A sweeping roofline and a sleek windshield angle convey an advanced, one-motion profile. The interior focuses on sophisticated styling with a two-tier instrument panel, CNG-optimized fuel gauge, comfortable seating and accommodating storage areas with room for mobile phones, compact discs and more.

A wide array of standard safety technologies includes the Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure; side curtain airbags; driver’s and front passenger’s side airbags with a passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS); and dual-stage, multiple-threshold driver’s and front passenger’s front airbags (SRS). Active front-seat head restraints are designed to help reduce the likelihood of neck injury in the event of a rear collision. Additional safety features include an anti-lock brake system (ABS) with electronic brake distribution and a pedestrian injury mitigation design incorporated into the front exterior of the vehicle.

Standard equipment includes 15-inch steel wheels with covers, P195/65R15 tires, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows with auto up/down driver’s window, power door locks, keyless entry, a 160-watt AM/FM Audio System with CD Player (MP3/ Windows® Media Audio (WMA) enabled), auxiliary audio input jack, multi-function center console with sliding armrest and progressive blue illumination instrument panel meters.

The Honda Civic GX is the only OEM-built, CNG-powered passenger car assembled3 in America. The Honda Civic GX is built on the same assembly line as the gasoline-powered Civic four-door models at Honda’s Greensburg, Indiana, manufacturing facility.

As an inherently clean-burning fuel, natural gas produces 75 percent fewer smog forming pollutants (oxides of nitrogen) compared to the output of a conventional gasoline engine. Natural gas is also an abundant, domestically sourced fuel that is approximately 30 percent less expensive than gasoline when purchased at a public access refueling station.

The Honda Civic GX is the only vehicle certified by the EPA to meet both Federal Tier 2 Bin 2 and Inherently Low Emission Vehicle (ILEV) zero evaporative emission certification standards. The Honda Civic GX has earned recognition from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) as the “greenest vehicle of 2010” for the seventh consecutive year.

1 Consult a tax professional to determine eligibility.
2 Based on 2011 EPA mileage estimates. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.
3 Of domestic and globally sourced parts.

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