Civic Hatchback Model
The Honda Civic Hatchback model has been off the scene for years—a little over a decade, in fact, after the original hatch was discontinued in 2005. However, Honda has answered the prayers of enthusiasts across the country by revamping the Honda Civic Hatchback for the 2017 model year. The new hatch is being celebrated by critics as a worthy addition to the Honda Civic lineup thanks to its sporty looks and performance without losing any of its reputable and practical charm.
Honda has given the new hatch model a little bit of an aggressive edge over its sedan and coupe siblings, with a more slick and dynamic design with fake “engine vents” for aesthetic appeal. The redesign and slightly larger size aren’t just for show, either; the interior is incredibly large and offers up to 46.2 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear row folded down, a stark contrast to the sedan’s 15.2 cubic foot trunk.
The Civic Hatchback model also comes with great features like an all-new suspension and a standard turbocharged engine, providing the lively driving dynamics you’d expect from a sporty hatch. And judging from its affordability, great fuel economy, and the way critics are clamoring to take it for a test-spin, it’s easy to say the 2017 Civic Hatchback is a success.