When you notice the Honda Civic of 2022, you may totally be able to recognize it as the 11th generation of a vehicle known as America’s most popular compact car. It’s just now being a major benefactor of comfortability. The 2022 North American Car of the Year award has been given that title for the third time. The tenth one won in 2016 and before that, it was the eighth generation that would succeed in 2006. In any case, this would be the fourth time in almost six years for a Honda model to receive the North American Car or Truck of the year award, following the Honda Ridgeline (2017) and the Honda Accord. (2018.)
Honda Civic Is Winning Four Times In A Row!
Michael Kistemaker, the assistant VP of Honda national sales from American Honda Motor Company, Inc. had this to say. “The Honda Civic has long set the standard by which other compact cars are measured and this all-new Civic raised that bar in every conceivable way.” He goes on to talk more about the Honda Civic by stating “We’re especially proud for the Civic development team in Japan and our production associates at our plants in Greensburg, Indiana, and Alliston, Ontario where the 2022 Civic Sedan, Hatchback, and Si are built.”
The North American Car, Utility, and Truck of the Year awards honor the best in design, performance, and driver satisfaction.
They had their start in 1994. They get reviews from fifty professional car journalists from the USA and Canada, working for independent publications across all media.
Honda Civic is a pretty popular car. They have been able to create about 11 million units in North America. This represents about 30 percent of vehicle production in the area since Honda had started making cars in America around 1982. This appears to be the solid truth for Honda Civic models. Certainly, these are remarkable cars.