Safety Features

Honda’s reputation for safety is tough to compete against, and all it takes is one look at the 2015 Honda Civic’s safety features to see why. From standard safety amenities like Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure and SmartVent airbags to high-tech accident prevention features like Honda LaneWatch or the Civic’s rearview camera, it’s clear that safety is a top priority for Honda engineers.


2015 Honda Civic Sedan Safety

Two of the top auto safety agencies granted the 2015 Honda Civic some of the best safety ratings: the NHTSA awarded the Civic a Four-Star Overall Safety Rating, and the IIHS named Honda’s small car a Top Safety Pick for 2015.

  • Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) Body Structure: You may have heard that some modern car frames have “crumple zones” that help to let the vehicle bend and brake in the areas least likely to hurt passengers. The Civic has those, but the ACE body structure goes a step further and actively directs crash energy away from passengers.
  • Rearview Camera: Each Civic comes with a built-in rearview camera with guidelines to give you an unobstructed look at what’s behind your car before backing up or parallel parking.
  • Anti-Lock Brakes: Anti-lock brakes comes standard on the Civic, and they use a modulator to automatically pump your brakes to help prevent wheel lockup during hard braking.
  • Smart Airbags: Dual-stage multi-threshold airbags give front passengers the right amount of cushion in the event of an accident by deploying with force appropriate for the weight of those in the front seats. SmartVent side airbags deploy and vent almost immediately to provide a soft, welcoming airbag instead of one that’s too firm. And the side curtain airbags have a rollover sensor that deploys them if your Civic starts to tumble.
  • Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH): Rear seats on the Civic are compliant with the LATCH system for mounting child safety seats, letting you keep your kid(s) safe and secure.
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System: If your tires are under-inflated, they aren’t just bad for your fuel economy, they could be unsafe too. The active tire pressure monitoring system lets you know when any of your Civic’s tires need air.


Get Directions

6025 Arapahoe Road, Boulder, CO, 80303
DI Move Pixel
Fisher Honda 40.016276, -105.211626.