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Honda Civic Sedan, Coupe Feature Refreshed Styling, New Sport Trim

Honda Civic Sedan, Coupe Feature Refreshed Styling, New Sport Trim

The tenth generation of Honda executive sedan made global debut in 2016 and hence the latest model is just a nip and tuck to keep the product fresh till the arrival of the next generation. Honda has added a new Civic Sport trim between the base LX and the EX trims. But take a closer look and you'll notice the upper front fascia wing is painted in black.

The Civic can be had with restyled halogen or LED headlights and a chrome accent on the lower rear bumper for the sedan. A chrome accent on the lower rear bumper of the Sedan and new wheel designs for both models - including larger 18-inch rims on the Touring trim - round out the exterior styling updates on the returning trims. That trim gets the chrome polygonal exhaust finisher like the Civic SI. Inside, Sport models receive an updated 7-inch infotainment screen and a volume knob that replaces the sliding mechanism on previous models. That vehicle gets a 2.0L 16-valve DOHC i-VTEC engine with a CVT auto or 6-speed manual.

Honda is working hard to roll out its Honda Sensing driver safety system to all its cars by 2022.

Honda is hoping a facelift of its Civic sedan and coupe for the 2019 model year will help carry the auto to its 21st straight year as Canada's best-selling passenger vehicle.




Midlife refresh brings slight changes to the Civic's appearance; India launch scheduled for early 2019.

The Honda Civic has always been one of the best-selling cars in America, and for good reason.

Also standard on the Civic facelift is Honda's Sensing suite of safety features, which includes a collision warning and mitigation system with automatic braking, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control and more.