2016 North American Car of the Year


Every car enthusiast has their own opinion on which car is the best.  But those who think that Honda Civics are the best, might be right


The newest edition of the Honda Civic was named the 2016 North American Car of the Year by 53 independent automotive journalists in the U.S. and Canada. This honor is awarded to the most outstanding new vehicle of the year. The top three finalist in the car segment were the Chevrolet Malibu, the Honda Civic and the Mazda MX-5 Miata. The cars were judged based on their design, comfort, handling, safety, innovation and driver satisfaction.


The winner, the 2017 Honda Civic, was announced on Monday, January 11th.  The Civic won with a score of 276. The runner up, the Mazda MX5 Miata came close with 223 points and the Chevy Malibu took third place with 205 points.


The newest version of the Honda Civic is completely re-designed civic in comparison to its predecessors. The 2017 Civic is lower, longer and wider for a more “sporty” exterior.


In addition to an amped up outside, on the inside the new Civic was given a turbocharged engine wielding 174 horsepower while still giving the driver the same 35-mile-per-gallon fuel efficiency that made the civics so popular.


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