The 2016 Honda Civic

2016 Honda Civic

The 2016 Honda Civic is in stock at Community Honda of Orland Park! The Civic enters its tenth generation this year, and it offers more power, more style, more efficiency, and more technology than ever before! If you’re in the market for a small car here in the Frankfort, IL and Chicagoland area, then you need to learn more about the current Honda Civic at Community Honda of Orland Park.

Current Honda Civic

2016 Honda CivicThe new 2016 Honda Civic has been widely praised for its blend of sporty dynamics and incredible fuel economy. It’s offered with a new 158 hp 2.0L four-cylinder and a 174 1.5L turbocharged four-cylinder engine option that earns up to 31 mpg city/42 mpg highway* based on EPA estimates with continuously variable transmission.

The Honda Civic also gets a long list of upscale features inside and out of the cabin. The Civic is available with the latest infotainment features, upscale leather upholstery, heated seats, automatic climate control, and much more. It’s also offered with the latest safety technology by way of the Honda Sensing system.


Consider what the critics are saying about the current 2016 Honda Civic before you buy anything else!
2016 Honda Civic

  • Jalopnik: “Honda aims to do even better with the all-new 2016 Civic. And after spending a week in one, I can tell you Honda hasn’t just succeeded, they hit a gigantic home run.”
  • Kelley Blue Book: “Completely redesigned for 2016, the Honda Civic sedan has beautiful new exterior styling, two new engines that are both more powerful and more fuel-efficient, and is sportier than ever without sacrificing ride comfort. The Civic is known for its reliability, resale value and safety, yet injects entertaining driving dynamics into the equation. There is no shortage of value, either, as many safety and convenience features come standard and, even though there are more features for 2016, some trim levels are near (or below) 2015 prices.”
  • Edmunds: “The reinvented 2016 Honda Civic returns to form with daring looks, turbocharged power and a spacious, technology-rich interior. It’s once again a must-drive compact sedan.”
  • The Car Connection: “The 2016 Honda Civic drops almost all the economy-car pretense; in Touring trim, it could easily wear a premium label,” writes Marty Padgett. He also praises the Civic for its “striking new shape, soaring fuel economy numbers, and best ride quality in its class.”
  • Car and Driver: “The improvements cannot be understated,” writes Steve Siler on the new Civic. He continues to write that it offers “a refreshing sense of lightness and sharpness” and a cabin that is “simultaneously more modern and more intimate.”

Future Models

2016 Honda CivicThe 2016 Honda Civic is brand new for this model year, as it enters its tenth generation, but that doesn’t mean that the Civic lineup isn’t set to change in the next few years. In fact, you can expect some big changes by way of more models, body styles, and powertrains. Here are some of the options you’ll find in our showroom in the next few years:

  • Honda Civic Hatchback: Once this was a model only destined for other countries, but now we can expect to drive a five-door Civic in the near future.
  • Honda Civic Si: This high performance model has yet to be unveiled, but expect a more powerful configuration of the 1.5L turbocharged four-cylinder.
  • Honda Civic Type R: This model will offer a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine good for over 300 hp. This model was previously sold in Europe, but never in the United States.

See How The Civic Compares:

2016 Toyota Corolla2016 Chevy Cruze2016 Ford Focus

Visit Community Honda of Orland Park Today

You can drive the current 2016 Honda Civic right now at Community Honda of Orland Park, your local leading Chicago and Frankfort area Honda dealership. We’re located at 8340 W. 159th St. in Orland Park, IL, only a short trip from anywhere in Chicagoland, so stop by soon to learn more about the all-new Civic!


*Based on 2016 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.