We Have a 2016 Honda Civic Touring for a Week: What Should We Do?
Honda has handed us the keys to a 2016 “Burgundy Night Pearl” Honda Civic Touring, and with the weekend ahead of us and a full tank of gas, we’re wondering what kind of trouble we can get into?
This is the top-of-the-line Touring model with a price tag of $27,335 dollars including an $835 destination and handling charge, which means it’s not necessarily an economy Civic, but it does feature every tech and safety feature Honda offers. Some of the features included in this trim are, Honda Sensing Package, LED headlights, driver and passenger power seats, 10-speaker 450-watt premium sound system, and rain-sensing wipers.
While the price tag and features of this Civic may reflect those of an Accord, I’m still very much so charmed by this little guy, specially by its 427 mile fuel range.
What would you do if you had this for the weekend? Is there something you’d like to know that we can answer on our upcoming review? Let us know!