Well, that makes two of us, an e-HEV Civic setup I believe would fill a huge gap in the HEV car segment. Guessing we need to wait on sales numbers globally, I believe the Insight is scheduled to be discontinued end of year 22.Not really.... I hope that will become true
2022 Honda Civic hybrid an unexpected petrol-electric powerhouse? New Toyota Corolla Hybrid rival to feature potent electrified 2.0-litre engine: reportAccording to a new report, Honda will shake up the small-car segment when it reveals the promised next-generation Civic e:HEV, with the ‘self-charging’ hybrid hatchback set to feature a petrol-electric powertrain that’s more powerful than first thoughtwww.carsguide.com.au
I believe the US version will be appearing state side soon, think it was reported as you've describeA move to NYC last year put my getting another Honda (preferably a Civic) on pause, but I'm so glad it did. I wasn't expecting a Civic Hybrid when the 11th gen released last year and have been actively awaiting more information on one, especially with high gas prices nationwide.
My hope is that the car gets like 48-52 MPG in the city and 44-48 on the highway. Also, if the 181-hp, 232 lb-ft of torque engine is what's in the U.S. version like what's being shipped to Europe, Australia, and other countries, I'll be happy.
Interesting it sounds like you would be making a Proper Midlife Correction, much talk currently about the BEV making room for these various hybrids, (could be) the sweeping conversion to full electric may have to wait a-bit longer?I'm super interested in the hybrid since I'm still waiting on my civic. If it came down to a few weeks between the two, I'd wait for the hybrid
They do see much better smaller vehicles than in the states, but things appear to be changing here, shooting brakes an station wagons are entering the scene maybe those monster SUVs are not as cool any longer?Stateside, we are likely to get the same powertrain the Insight had. Europe gets all the cool stuff…