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Overview of 2013 Honda Civic

The 2013 Honda Civic has been greatly refreshed. These changes reset our take the vehicle. New light has been shed on the Civic's Accord-influenced exterior looks: the front end mimics the Accord’s face from the new lower bumper to the black honeycomb mesh grille. Honda also integrated fog lamps for the higher trims and new clear-lens cornering lamps in addition to chrome finishing bar in back and new Accord-like rear bumper design. Overall, it looks more sophisticated from the outside. In the inside, Civic continues to have funky contours of the instrument panel, but it’s redone pretty much all of the materials and surfaces, in substitution soft-touch dash materials. Performance-wise, the 2013 Civic remains mainly unchanged, although some modest suspension changes have happened like quicker steering ratio, firmer springs, more rigid anti-roll bar, and quieter bushing go a long way toward making this respectable compact sedan feel perkier again. Most of the lineup continues to bear a 140-horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, coupled with either a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. Si models obtain a more muscle oriented 201-hp, 2.4-liter four, and Civic Hybrid models will come back with their IMA mild-hybrid system that provides EPA ratings of 44 mpg. Front brake feel is a little mushy, but rotors also get an upgrade in size. Some structural upgrades have also been part of the Honda Civic changes, and according to crash tests, its occupant protection is better than ever. It has achieved top 'good' ratings in the new small overlap frontal test, for which is now an IIHS Top Safety Pick+. Safety features have been bolstered, too, with the introduction of a new SmartVent airbag design and the Civic Hybrid will get standard Forward Collision Warning and Lane Departure Warning systems. Features are the other area where the Civic has most changed for 2013 as in the past, some of its best, most useful features have been added only in its top models. All Civics will get rearview camera system, Bluetooth hands-free calling connectivity with audio streaming, text-message functionality, and Pandora integration. Additionally, navigation systems have been upgraded with more points of interest and a new FM-based. Whichever trim level you select, we'd advise you go without the navigation system, because the base audio system's interface is better and more intuitive. Seven percent or less of sales were attributed to the base Civic DX, which Honda has dropped for 2013 and opted instead for well-equipped base cars that cost just a little bit more. The price for the 2013 Civic ranges from $17,965 for the Civic Coupe or $18,165 for the Civic Sedan (with all those features included) and top Si Sedans cost $22,715, while the Civic Hybrid’s price is now $24,360.

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