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Honda Civic 2022 Gets Better Technology and Improved Driving

AutoHonda Civic 2022 Gets Better Technology and Improved Driving

The revamped Honda Civic model 2022 includes changes to driver assistance technology, which have become standard on all trim levels starting in 2019.

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The updated version of Honda Sensing in the new model contains a camera with a broader field of view, better software, and a more powerful processor.

According to Honda, this means the vehicle can identify pedestrians, cyclists, and other cars faster and more accurately than the previous system that used a combination of camera and radar.

The updated version of Honda Sensing can also read traffic lights and transmit their information directly to the dashboard.

The system uses eight sonar sensors to assist with low-speed throttle control and front and rear accident prevention.

It had improved adaptive cruise control with faster reactions and provided a more natural feel to help keep track.

This is the first Honda car to be equipped with the new, redesigned airbags that are supposed to help prevent brain trauma to the driver or passenger during a frontal collision by better controlling head movement in the event of an accident.

The renovations also include the standard color touchscreens previously seen on models like the Accord, with 7-inch screens in the LX, Sport, and EX models, while the Touring model gets a 9-inch screen above the dashboard.

The Touring model also gets a 10.2-inch LCD digital dashboard. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard and with a wireless phone charger and a Bose 12-speaker audio system.

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By comparison, when the 10th generation model was introduced, it was the second car from Honda to support CarPlay or Android Auto.

The MacPherson strut front suspension features low-friction ball joints and front damper mount bearings, which Honda says improve steering feel and response.

The multi-link rear suspension reduces vibration and improves stability across the straight line and shifts, and Honda says it reduces shock by 20 percent when driving over bumps, such as railroad crossings.