While Canada has so many cars that people drive day-to-day, the best selling car in Canada for the past two decades goes to the Honda Civic. With totals sales of 66,057 Honda Civic models sold in 2014, the Honda Civic outsold the competition by more than 15,000 vehicles. And what’s even more exciting, is that nearly all of the Honda Civic models were assembled in Canada by Canadians in Honda manufacturing facilities. The best-selling name that is attached to the Honda Civic speaks to the idolization and quality of the Honda Civic, as its marker as a reliable vehicle, makes Honda Civic owners into Honda Civic loyalists.
The Honda Civics abundant success in Canada has had an impact in other ways, as the Honda manufacturing facility in Ontario employs a large number of employees. With about 200 Honda dealers across Canada, the popularity of the Honda Civic has not only helped people get to work, but it also has helped create jobs in Canada.
The Honda Civic has been Canadas best-selling car for consecutive years, but its long-lasting success goes back to the 1970’s when the car debuted in Canada. Since then, millions of Honda Civics have been built at the Honda Manufacturing plant.
While its reputation and popularity speak for itself, the Honda Civic would stand out from the crowd without its rich history. Powered by a 1.8-litre four-cylinder i-VTEC engine, the Honda Civic provides an exceptional blend of power and efficiency. That efficiency is further enhanced by an available ECON button that optimizes the Civics performance to achieve superior efficiency.
Additionally, an Eco Assist feature helps Honda Civic owners drive more efficiently with white, blue, and green bars that represent varying levels of driving. When the bars are green, drivers can be sure they are taking full advantage of the Civics capabilities. Practically, every Civic sold in Canada has been constructed for Canadians, by Canadians, located in the Ontario assembly facility. It’s a car that has emerged and developed within Canada.