Which Car Cover To Choose?

It can be hard deciding what sized car cover to buy. Not everyone realizes but there are actually three sizes for car covers; universal, semi-custom and custom. Universal covers will fit any car of any size (trucks and vans are a separate size altogether). No matter how big or small your car is, the universal cover will be able to cover it. This, of course, has its own advantages. To begin with, it is the least expensive car covers as it can be mass produced. It also means that the cover can be shared amongst family and friends. In addition, when you update your car, there is no need to purchase a new cover as well, saving you more money. However, as with everything it has its own disadvantages too. As the universal cover will fit any car, it is not a good fit. It can very often give the impression of a baggy sheet draped over the car. Also, for larger cars, it can mean that parts of the car are sticking out and are left exposed. The semi-custom cover is one that will fit a bunch of cars that are grouped together as they are similar in size and shape. The fit is therefore much better, and more precise. It can still be shared amongst others, and may not necessarily need updating together with your next car. Semi-custom covers are slightly more expensive than universal, though.

Custom covers are tailor-made for each and every car. The exact contours and specifications are taken into account, and mirror pockets are made to accommodate every detail. Customers are given the choice of colour and style, and very often can even choose a logo to go on the bonnet of the cover. This is by far the most classy, sleek looking type of cover, with the most perfect fit. Since it is produced uniquely for each car, it works out the most expensive. However, it is well worth the expense. Having a custom cover will actually also provide you and your car with the optimum protection. As the fit is so perfect, there is no chance for anything to sneak in. The cover will be snug against the car, shielding it from any sort of harm that may come it’s way. Custom covers also act as a safety feature. Unfortunately, the streets are not safe at night, and often there are shady individuals snooping around at cars. When a car is covered properly, as is the case with custom covers, the car is not likely to be attacked as it cannot be determined whether or not the target is worth the risk. It can be hard deciding what sized car cover to buy. Not everyone realizes but there are actually three sizes for car covers; universal, semi-custom and custom.

Universal covers will fit any car of any size (trucks and vans are a separate size altogether). No matter how big or small your car is, the universal cover will be able to cover it. This of course has its own advantages. To begin with, it is the least expensive of car covers as it can be mass produced. It also means that the cover can be shared amongst family and friends. In addition, when you update your car, there is no need to purchase a new cover as well, saving you more money. However, as with everything it has its own disadvantages too. As the universal cover will fit any car, it is not a good fit. It can very often give the impression of a baggy sheet draped over the car. Also, for larger cars, it can mean that parts of the car are sticking out and are left exposed. The semi-custom cover is one that will fit a bunch of cars that are grouped together as they are similar in size and shape. The fit is therefore much better, and more precise. It can still be shared amongst others, and may not necessarily need updating together with your next car. Semi-custom covers are slightly more expensive than universal, though. Custom covers are tailor-made for each and every car. The exact contours and specifications are taken into account, and mirror pockets are made to accommodate every detail. Customers are given the choice of color and style, and very often can even choose a logo to go on the bonnet of the cover. This is by far the most classy, sleek looking type of cover, with the most perfect fit.

Since it is produced uniquely for each car, it works out the most expensive. However, it is well worth the expense. Having a custom car cover will actually also provide you and your car with the optimum protection. As the fit is so perfect, there is no chance for anything to sneak in. The cover will be snug against the car, shielding it from any sort of harm that may come it’s way. Custom covers also act as a safety feature. Unfortunately, the streets are not safe at night, and often there are shady individuals snooping around at cars. When a car is covered properly, as is the case with custom covers, the car is not likely to be attacked as it cannot be determined whether or not the target is worth the risk. It can be hard deciding what sized car cover to buy. Not everyone realizes but there are actually three sizes for car covers; universal, semi-custom and custom. Universal covers will fit any car of any size (trucks and vans are a separate size altogether). No matter how big or small your car is, the universal cover will be able to cover it. This, of course, has its own advantages. To begin with, it is the least expensive of car covers as it can be mass produced. It also means that the cover can be shared amongst family and friends. In addition, when you update your car, there is no need to purchase a new cover as well, saving you more money.

However, as with everything it has its own disadvantages too. As the universal cover will fit any car, it is not a good fit. It can very often give the impression of a baggy sheet draped over the car. Also, for larger cars, it can mean that parts of the car are sticking out and are left exposed. The semi-custom cover is one that will fit a bunch of cars that are grouped together as they are similar in size and shape. The fit is therefore much better, and more precise. It can still be shared amongst others, and may not necessarily need updating together with your next car. Semi-custom covers are slightly more expensive than universal, though. Custom covers are tailor-made for each and every car. The exact contours and specifications are taken into account, and mirror pockets are made to accommodate every detail. Customers are given the choice of color and style, and very often can even choose a logo to go on the bonnet of the cover. This is by far the most classy, sleek looking type of cover, with the most perfect fit. Since it is produced uniquely for each car, it works out the most expensive. However, it is well worth the expense. Having a custom cover will actually also provide you and your car with the optimum protection. As the fit is so perfect, there is no chance for anything to sneak in. The cover will be snug against the car, shielding it from any sort of harm that may come its way. Custom covers also act as a safety feature. Unfortunately, the streets are not safe at night, and often there are shady individuals snooping around at cars. When a car is covered properly, as is the case with custom covers, the car is not likely to be attacked as it cannot be determined whether or not the target is worth the risk.

Honda Civic

Honda Civic is one of the most important models that Honda produced in 1973. The seventh generation was put on sale in 2001. The seventh-generation Civic with sedan and Hatchback bodywork included 1.4 and 1.6-liter gasoline engines. In 2002, the Civic Type-R was launched. The Civic Type-R has a 2.0-liter engine. In 2006, Civic’s eighth generation was launched in 2006. The Civic Hatchback gasoline with 3 and 5-door bodies has a choice of 1.4L (100 HP), 1.8L (140 HP) and diesel 2.2L (140 HP). The Civic Sedan is available with a choice of 1.6L (125 hp) and 1.8L (140 hp) engines. A 1.4-liter (95 + 20 HP) Civic Hybrid sedan is also available.

017, the renewal year of the middle sub-segment, welcomed the Japanese representative Honda ‘s Civic model. If we talk about the history of Civic; Introducing the first concept model in 1970 and on the road in 1972 , Civic became a source of pride for Honda. Even though it was very old, it was surprising that Honda offered for Civic. Beside the four-cylinder water-cooled engine, even optional air conditioning was available. When the year showed 1980 , modern change had begun and people had a brand new Honda Civic . The revolution of this year was the 5- speed manual and automatic gear options.

Civic, from 1987 to 3 -door to 4 -door passed. The people now had a lot of space in their brains, and the project had become life-long. Honda had entered the ”DOHC VTEC“ engine. When we arrived at the end of 2015, the news about Civic’s shirt change was received, and at the end of 2016 , a very Japanese-style, frustrated and extremely attractive safe was launched. The Honda group is always very calm, but in its own case , when it is time to renew the models of the company has drawn a profile of what is not clear. They remove the details of the trophies of their vehicles by uploading the details that are not in any other company. Here, a manufacturer’s departure from everyone begins. We will now discuss the technical features and equipment of the new Honda Civic in detail.

Honda Civic RS with powerful and aggressive design

Honda focuses on high-end performance, and the Civic RS is also appreciated for its superior efficiency and interior comfort. The new Civic RS is   powered by a 1.5-liter VTEC turbocharged 4- cylinder petrol engine.

Honda Civic RS

With a power of around 182 hp and a torque of 220 nm, the engine can reach 0-100 km in about 8.1 seconds. In addition, the vehicle has a length of 4648 mm, width of 1799 mm and height of 1407 mm. 7 advanced CVT transmission with the Civic winners of the car, the city’s internal fuel consumption of 8.3 liters. Out-of-town consumption was set at 4.7 liters, with an average fuel consumption of 6 liters.

New Civic RS

The chrome front grille in the standard version comes in black on the new Civic RS. The RS-logo and special spoiler on the rear side of the vehicle is not a standard Civic. The chrome plating on the door handles and glass edges creates a very elegant look. In addition, the new Civic RS is available in three colors: black, white and rally red .

New Civic RS

The flap displacement field shift on the steering wheel (Paddle Shift), keyless entry where the engine start button until pretty much the hardware takes place, the new Civic RS, in 7-inch TFT-LCD screen and Honda CONNECT host the multimedia system is doing.

Honda Civic RS

With the Apple Car Play and Android Auto compatibility, the Civic RS has a  weight of 1388 kg and a baggage volume  of 519 liters . Briefly, despite the aggressive and sporty nature of the Honda Civic RS, we can comfortably say that a family of 4 can enjoy quite a pleasant time.

How much is the new Civic RS?

The Civic RS is more accessible than its predecessor, with its sporty lines and powerful engine. The vehicle was first sold in our country with a price tag of 109.900 TL. However, after the tax increases, the price of Civic RS increased to 120.900 TL .

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