Honda Civic Sound Systems That Will Blow You Away

2020 Honda Civic Sound SystemWhile some people can entertain themselves with their thoughts, most of us need something to listen to while we drive: our favorite song to put us in a good mood, a podcast to relax us, or an audiobook to tell us a story. If you’re one of the ones who requires entertainment, then you’re probably already aware that the Honda Civic is your best bet for top-notch entertainment at any trim level.

No matter what your day-to-day drive looks like, check out these options for sound systems in the 2020 Honda Civic and see which one fits you best!

Standard

Starting from square one, the Honda Civic LX comes equipped with four speakers and a 160-watt audio system that plays what you want when you want it. Stream your tunes using Bluetooth® and trust your Civic to provide the best quality using Speed-Sensitive Volume Compensation (SVC).

While it sounds great, it also looks great and is easy to operate by the driver or passenger via the LCD screen. Five inches, easy to navigate, and right there to help you make your choices, the screen has all you need.

A Step Up

If you pick a higher trim level of the 2020 Honda Civic, you’ll find an upgraded 7-inch touch screen display to make your choices on. The 180-watt sound system has eight speakers to offer, all of which can play whatever you’re looking to listen to via Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™ — and if you have the EX, EX-L, and Touring trim levels — SiriusXM® satellite radio and HD Radio™.

The Touring trim goes even further than that with a ten-speaker sound system with a subwoofer. Like we said earlier, no matter how you consume entertainment, you’ll love doing it in a 2020 Honda Civic.

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Where to Get Yours

If you’re already the proud owner of a Honda Civic, we hope this blog explained your entertainment setup a little better. If you don’t own one and would like to, check out Hendrick Honda Bradenton’s online inventory to see what we offer.

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