Standard Safety Features of the Honda Civic Natural Gas

2012 Honda Civic Natural Gas

Test Drive a 2012 Honda Civic Natural Gas Today!

Drivers looking for the Natural Gas Civic near Orland Park, should visit Community Honda. This “green” car has an MRSP of $26,305* and boasts it’s environmental superiority thanks to awards like being named the 2012 Green Car of the Year by the Los Angeles Auto Show.

However, not only is this four-door compact exceptional in its energy efficiency, its safety features have earned a 5-star NCAP safety rating. Keep reading as we highlight the standard features that puts this car on the forefront of safety design.

Key Safety Features



  • Honda’s eco-friendly car has so many airbags, it’s hard to not feel safe. With Honda’s dual stage, multiple-threshold front airbags, air bags will not just be deployed in a collision, but their deployment is based on impact and seatbelt control. This feature controls the inflation level to give you maximized safety protection.
  • Protect your upper body with the front side airbags with passenger-side occupant detection system feature. Sensors can detect if a small child or adult is in the passenger seat to automatically deactivate the side airbag when it could cause injury.
  • Reduce injury to your neck and head with side curtain airbags. These side airbags along the headliner give protection to everyone in the vehicle.

Advanced Seatbelts

  • This model takes seatbelts to a new level. Added onto the safety standard is the automatic tensioning system included in the front seats to control the force exerted by the seatbelt in the event of a collision.

Keep Control

  • Vehicle stability assist with traction control works with the driver to bring total control when making a sharp turn instead of over steering or under steering. The traction control averts wheel spinning when driving.

Brake Safe

  • Don’t lose control when braking suddenly; Honda’s anti-lock brakes with electronic brake distribution help the vehicle properly brake without skidding.

Avoid Flat Tires 

  • Monitoring your tire pressure is easy now thanks to the tire pressure monitoring system. If low, the system will alert the driver to which tire needs air. Manual gauge checking is still recommended.

Test Drive the 2012 Natural Gas Today!

Visit Community Honda to test drive the new Civic and see for yourself what sets the car apart from the competition. Click here for directions and hours, and we hope to see you soon!


*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $790.00 destination charge and options. Dealer prices may vary.