2014 Honda Civic Si Sedan Owners Manual Pdf

2014 Honda Civic Si Sedan Owners Manual Pdf

2014 Honda Civic Si Sedan Owners Manual Pdf

2014 Honda Civic Si Sedan Owners Manual Pdf
2014 Honda Civic Si Sedan User Guide Pdf

Last breath of naturally aspirated Civic Si should arrive at the end of 7000-rpm above precious tears. In contrast, the 2014 Honda Civic Si sucking wind like that left in sport-compact segment. Although it remains true to the formula 29 years of cheap, lightweight, high-revving and entertainment, updated 2014 Civic Si chassis undisturbed by refusing to play along. 

In general, front-wheel-drive cheap thrills now comes with a turbocharger and a fat torque curve they bestow, and we'd bet that one of the upcoming Honda pushed the engine will find its way to the generation Civic Si. Until then, the Civic hotted-up gets by with just an added advantage, as the extra four horsepower and four lb-ft of torque provided by the new exhaust system. Now making 205 horsepower and 174 lb-ft, 2.4-liter four-cylinder to draw The slower-than-expected 6.5 second 0-to-60 time and a 15.1 second quarter mile. 

Civic Si rides on wheels an inch larger than the car last year, at 18 inches, and 10 millimeters wider tires. We measured at 0.87 g of lateral grip around the skidpad and found that the car is done at a higher level in the wet winding roads, where Continental all-season rubber grip so strong that we even do not miss the optional summer tires. Thanks to the limited-slip differential torque-and scarcity-Si blitzed from the corner at full speed with almost no little wheel spin. 

Civic Si down the road with a light feeling, because at £ 2996, it is measurably lighter than the hatchback 3100-to-3200-pound which now govern the sport-compact scene. However, Honda has failed to take advantage of it. Mediocre chassis tuning agility spend baked-in that comes with low mass. Although eye firmer, rear anti-roll bar stiffness, and damping back again to 2014, Si still puddles and the dollar when the major changes introduced in the pitch and roll. The steering is slow, at 2.8 turns lock-to-lock, suffering from vague on-center feel and disturbing light on the corners. 

On the inside, the Civic Si offers up a lot of stuff that can not be a regular Civic buyers. Two-tone, red and black sports seats; leather-wrapped sport steering wheel with audio and phone controls tonnes; one of the best-weighted aluminum shift button I've ever had the pleasure to paddle; and carbon fiber-style (read: fake) dash insert all included with Si. This last feature is false, but the fact that Honda covered it with varnish makes it more acceptable than the faux carbon fiber exposed in the 2014 Kia Kia Forte EX. Inserts also adorn the stitched leather dashboard, help distract you from sea-of-black-plastic on top of the dash. 

Other interior goods including seven-inch, 360-watt, seven-speaker sound system display / navigation Audio really play well into the Generation X and Y focus Civic Si. Screen tough-looking, such as cell phones, and good sound for a compact car. Sure, it's not a concert-quality sound, but it's very balanced. The navigation system is accurate and easy to use, plus voice controls are spot-on.