Looking for an Alternative Fuel Vehicle? Check out the Honda Civic Natural Gas

July 18th, 2012 by

Avoid Gasoline With the Natural Gas Honda Civic

2012 Honda Civic Natural Gas

2012 Honda Civic Natural Gas

Your headaches over fluctuating and increasing gasoline prices are about to disappear forever! Here at your trusted Honda dealer near Denver, CO, we are excited to offer you a new Honda Civic model that runs entirely on natural gas. With Honda’s innovative new sedan — appropriately dubbed the Civic Natural Gas — you will be able to drive around town knowing that you’re getting great fuel economy in a vehicle that’s better for the environment. Honda remains an industry leader by being the only major auto manufacturer to produce a vehicle that runs on compressed natural gas. The EPA certified its modified 1.8L four-cylinder engine as an AT-PZEV (Advanced Technology Partial Zero-Emission Vehicle).

Drive One of the Cleanest Engines in the Automotive World

The Civic Natural Gas engine is also classified as a zero evaporative emission engine, which allows it to qualify for many green rewards and incentives. We can explain all of the benefits that go along with owning a vehicle like this to you right here in our showroom. One such benefit is the knowledge that your fuel prices will be significantly lower than standard gasoline.

With this version of the Civic, you have the option to fill up at public refueling stations or at home. It comes with a 110 HP engine with a five-speed automatic transmission to help you conquer the mountains of Denver. You can also expect this natural gas model to come with all of the benefits and amenities you expect from a standard gasoline-powered Civic, including:

  • Honda’s intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID)
  • Bluetooth
  • Innovative Eco Assist feature
  • Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System (optional)


How Do You Refuel in the Civic Natural Gas?

When filling up at public fueling stations, you will follow a different refueling procedure than you may be used to. First, you’ll need to locate a CNG (compressed natural gas) fueling station, many of which will have detailed instructions or even video demonstrations that explain how to attach the fuel hose to your vehicle. The learning curve is quick, so there aren’t any complicated procedures or details to worry about.

If you are interested in learning more about the Civic Natural Gas, be sure to contact Fisher Honda today!

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