It’s important for a modern car to keep its driver connected while out and about, and these 2017 Honda Civic Sedan technology features keep you in touch with work and family whether on vacation or on a trip to the store.
Bluetooth: Standard on every 2017 Honda Civic, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink lets you make hands-free phone calls and stream audio wirelessly. Just pair a Bluetooth-compatible phone with the Civic and they will automatically sync up when you start the car for a seamless experience.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay: Most drivers have either an Android or Apple phone, and these two systems come with the available Display Audio touchscreen interface to bring familiar smartphone controls (pinch, swipe) and apps (maps, messages, mail, and more) to your Civic.
HondaLink Telematics: This Honda-exclusive telematics system bridges the gap between smartphone and car, reading social media feeds, broadcasting podcasts, reminding you of routine maintenance, and scheduling trips to the service center with just a few taps on your screen.
Wireless Charging: An accessory wireless charging mat means you can charge compatible devices without worrying about cluttering the cabin with cords and chargers. Just set a phone capable of wireless charging onto the mat and let its battery fill up as you drive.
Satellite-Linked Navigation: Available on the Civic EX-L and standard on the Touring, the Civic’s satellite-linked navigation system directs you around traffic, finds the shortest route possible, and can point out interesting stops along the way. Voice commands make it easy to plot your course without ever taking your hands off the wheel.
One of the main goals of modern technology features is to make our lives a bit easier, and these Civic features look to do just that for Wisconsin drivers:
Smart Entry: The available Smart Entry feature lets the Civic know when your key fob is near, meaning you just need to press a button on the door handle to unlock and open the door. Press the button again when leaving to lock the Civic up.
Push-Button Start: After using the Smart Entry feature, you can simply sit behind the wheel, buckle up, and press the “start” button on EX and higher models. As long as your keys are nearby, the Civic will start up without you ever needing to dig for them.
Remote Ignition: We know how tough the Wisconsin winters can be; let the Civic warm up without you by pressing a button on the key fob and starting up the available remote ignition system.
While most drivers think of entertainment and connectivity, the 2017 Honda Civic Sedan technology features include some of the most innovative and advanced safety options in the auto market.
Rearview Camera: Standard on the Civic, the multi-angle rearview camera offers three views of what’s behind the sedan, with upper trim levels featuring dynamic guidelines to make backing up and parking even easier.
Honda LaneWatch: Found on EX and higher models, the Honda LaneWatch camera is mounted on the passenger-side mirror and shows you a view of the passenger-side blind-spot when signaling or with the push of a button.
Honda Sensing: These advanced driver-assist features are standard on the Touring trim and available on all lower trim levels, giving drivers an extra set of eyes on the road with Collision Mitigation Braking, Lane Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, and more.