Specification image modification exterior interior price review 2013 Honda Civic
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Honda made waves through the last three decades by taking risks. But pressure to innovate often surrenders to caution. The current-generation Honda Civic, for example, launched just last year with an underwhelming design that belied its improvements under the hood and at the pump. The new Civic's look wasn't especially bad. But compared to better-looking and equally-competitive rivals like the Chevy Cruze, Ford Focus, Mazda 3 and Hyundai Elantra, it looked very tame.

The 2013 Honda Civic aims to correct that. Early spy photos show a more upscale front end, with a grille that more closely resembles the new CR-V and Accord family look. Thicker projector-beam headlights have a chunkier, TL-like feel, and possibly sit atop a row of daytime running LEDs. A revised bumper also gives the Civic a little more "chin" for a more aggressive stance. The Civic's rear end also shows some updates, with new taillights, a decklid and more sculpted bumper giving the rear half a fuller, more styled look.

 The exterior design of the 2012 Civic took the brunt of the criticism, so it was extremely important to Honda that the 2013 sedan make a bold statement. Looking a little Si-ish, the new Civic sedan's mug is more aggressive, thanks to its muscular, raised hood; black honeycomb mesh grille; and a new, lower grille opening with chrome trim and integrated foglights on upper trim models. Out back, its widened rear end features sharper-edged taillights that extend onto a taller trunk lid, flanking a stretched-out chrome trim piece similar to that of the new Accord. Although its dimensions remain the same, the new sedan looks lower and wider and its profile appears more fluid, thanks in part to new five-spoke wheel design. While the body of the 2013 Civic coupe remains untouched, its cabin has undergone the same transformation as the sedan.

 The premium treatment also means a back-up camera is now standard equipment for all 2013 Civics, with the images displayed on the car's i-MID screen at the top center stack. The EX-L with navigation upgrades to a three-view backup camera. Bluetooth, Pandora, SMS text messaging, and a sliding center armrest are now standard across the board. Available features including Honda's Forward Collision and Lane Departure warnings cascade down to the compact sedan (standard in Hybrid), and in an effort to keep up with the new IIHS small overlap test, the redesigned Civic (like the Accord) utilizes Honda's next-gen ACE body structure. A new extension in the front bumper helps the front end of the car absorb more energy in the event of a crash, and despite an additional 50 pounds of vehicle weight, all Civic mpg ratings remain the same. The Civic coupe gets all the aforementioned interior upgrades and new 16-inch alloy wheels.
 Based off our initial impressions, it appears Honda has worked hard to address the problems we called out with the 2012 Civic in our eight-car comparison last year. Although it finished second in that test, it was dinged for its jittery suspension, noisy cabin, and lackluster styling -- all areas targeted for improvement. Its value was also questioned, as the similarly priced Hyundai Elantra threw in premium features such as navigation, leather, and a rear-view camera. Honda's followed that lead, expanding its list of standard features and adding higher-quality materials all for a relatively small $160 increase on all models. Starting at $18,355, the meat-and-potatoes LX is now the entry-level sedan, as the DX model has been dropped. source:edmunds.com.motortrends.com
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