2016 Honda Civic Complaints Are Still Growing

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Seating in a car is among one of the most important parts if you drive long distances on a regular basis. One vehicle that is known for offering comfort is the Civic, but it seems that the 2016 Honda Civic may have forgotten all about this fact as it doesn’t come with lumbar support that is adjustable.

The 2016 Honda Civic should be superb for interior comfort as the controls, pedals and instruments are all where they should be. The suspension on the Civic in the past has been on the stiff side.

The 2016 Honda Civic may not be great for taller drivers or people who are overweight. The hip point may bring about some issues for the taller driver thanks to the position of the seat back in relationship to the steering wheel reach. As it doesn’t come with lumbar adjustment this means that all drivers may have an issue. This is down the back well of the driver hitting the support point above the lower back.

Perhaps this is something that Honda will take into account when designing the 2017 Honda Civic?

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