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    All new civic unmasked before world debut next week.

    Spy Beats Honda, Exposes All-New 2016 Civic

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    Is it gonna be a global model or are we gonna get something different again?

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    Looks awesome. Finally honda going back to its roots

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    Elantra looks better. Hehehe

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    The new Civic will be powered by a new 1.5L four-banger turbocharged VTEC engine. This will be the replacement of the old 2.0L NA VTEC engine. Some blogs put the power output around 160hp with a good amount of torque at 2k rpm.

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    ^ tinatapatan nila siguro 1.5 ecoboost ng focus

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    The front grille is not appealing to me but hey It's Honda and the quality build is par from Hyundai though I like the exterior design of new elantra. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by 170kphlang View Post
    ^ tinatapatan nila siguro 1.5 ecoboost ng focus
    Small turbo engines are the new trend these days. Ford and VW were just among the first to take the steps and they are doing well with it. VW and its subsidiaries (Audi, Seat, etc.) have been making full use of its 1.4L, 1.8L, and 2.0L turbo engines. Ford has been fielding Ecoboost engines (1.0L, 1.5L, 1.6L, 2.0L. 2.3L, 2.7L, 3.5L) across all its model lineup. Honda and Toyota are planning to field small turbo engines for its lineup starting 2016 (Honda with the Civic and next will be the 2.4L Accord). Toyota might change the 2.5L engine of the Camry with a 2.0L turbo, the same way Lexus dropped the 2.5L NA engine in favor of its 2.0L turbo on its IS platform starting this year.

    The primary reason for the 1.5L displacement is the Chinese market. China grants tax breaks to manufacturers who put on smaller engines (1.5L or smaller) on their cars. To make an engine more powerful, manufacturers opted for forced induction. BMW and Volvo are also fielding out cars with their own versions of a 1.5L 3-cylinder turbo engine for their compact cars.
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    Paps. ibigsabihin may 1.5L engine na ang civic? Ok kaya yun? Haha diba mahirapan sa body nya yung makina?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudriver View Post
    Paps. ibigsabihin may 1.5L engine na ang civic? Ok kaya yun? Haha diba mahirapan sa body nya yung makina?
    It's a 1.5L turbo engine, not the usual naturally-aspirated (NA) engine. They say the Honda 1.5L turbo VTEC has better output (more power and torque) than the current 2.0L R20 VTEC engine of the Civic.

    Ford's 1.0L Ecoboost is even more powerful and has more torque than most 1.6L NA engines. The 1.5L Ecoboost engine for the Focus is the same engine placed on the Fusion midsize car. Its power and torque is better than most 2.4L-2.5L 4-cylinder NA engines, used primarily in CUVs and midsize cars.

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