A much better and bug-free online configurator for the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe is now online.
The official online configurator for the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe was quietly launched online since last Tuesday but a few users reported a couple of bugs that made the shopping experience second rate. According to our good friends over at CivicX.com, Honda has since updated their online configurator and now it’s more user-friendly than ever. With the demographic for the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe ranging from new first-time buyers to loyal Honda owners, the online configurator must be easy to operate for everyone who visits and it looks like they’ve achieved their goal.
The 2016 Honda Civic Coupe starts out at an affordable $19,050 for a manual-equipped 2.0L. But if you opt for the highest trim package with the formidable 1.5T, the price can rise all the way up to $30,980. Take a look at a screenshot of what the configurator looks like below and give it a test drive of your own. Then let us know what you think about this configurator in the comments below.
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The first impressions on building a Civic Coupe on here are generally positive. No 360-degree view can be seen as a weakness for the site, but for mobile-friendly viewing that doesn’t eat up precious data, it’s appreciated. Having all your options readily available on one page also makes it convenient to add options as we please. Not having the page refresh every time an option is added is also intuitive. Honda forgoes the regular checkmark option and simply highlights the box with the added accessories. Finally, the moving progress bar gives us a quick visual of how far along we are in the build process which is just good site design.
Compared to the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan configurator, this one is more modern and easier to use. It looks like Honda hasn’t carried over this configurator to their other models but it would behoove them to do so.