Last post on May 16, 2013 at 10:43 AM
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Honda Civic, Future Vehicle, Coupe, Sedan
#2 of 37 Re: 2013 Honda Civic [backy]
Aug 05, 2012 (12:49 pm)
A quieter Civic would be sweet!
Thought the redesign was getting direct fuel injection & a CVT.
Looks like the woefully outdated Corolla still isn't get redesigned for 2013.
#3 of 37 Re: 2013 Honda Civic [zeeboy]
Aug 09, 2012 (6:55 am)
Just found an article on updates to 2013 Civic.
- Better interior material.
- Exterior will tweaked to look sportier.
- The hatchback version will only debut with 2016 redesign.
So you will see a sportier version with better interior materials
Aug 11, 2012 (12:20 am)
It's not being "overhauled", but tweaked to please critics. There will still be a mid-cycle update, to by '15.
Corolla will look like an Olds Cutlass Ciera, if not already.
#5 of 37 Re: 13 [tomcatt630]
Aug 11, 2012 (6:16 am)
CIVIC: According to resources, the CEO of Honda company, Mr. Takabobu has taken the results of 2012 style very seriously and without spending much time has declared that organization is going to upgrade the automobile completely. According to firm’s Vice Chief executive of revenue in USA Mr. John Mendel “the organization is not only going to produce a better car but a great car”.
Corolla: The popular Toyota Corolla enters the 2013 model year with a few option package changes.
#6 of 37 Re: 2013 Honda Civic [backy]
Aug 16, 2012 (3:12 pm)
Given that the EX model does not have more horsepower than the LX or DX (unlike in previous generations), the Si's 6 speed manual would be a nice gesture.
Also, the EX-L (leather interior) should be available in both manual and auto, with or without nav.
#7 of 37 Re: 2013 Honda Civic [demetrios999]
Aug 23, 2012 (6:49 pm)
It would also be nice to have some modern technology interior conveniences in a model other than the EX-L/Nav. Satellite radio and Bluetooth connectivity should be available in all trims.
Dec 30, 2012 (3:20 pm)
Just pulled up to a light and in the next lane to my left was a brand new 2013 black Civic...was one car length back so I only saw like a 1/2 view but from the bolt on wheel covers, it looked like a LX model. Very nice!! The tail lights made me think lexus at first before I zeroed into the small Civic in the trunk lid. There's a nice chrome strip on the trunk...shoulda whipped my camera out but didn't. Once the light changed...it made a huey and was gone but damn...sure looked nice from the rear! It had a temp plate and I swear I thought of Lexus first. Tail end looks better than the ILX which I really like.
Am very impressed from what I saw...very impressed!!
#9 of 37 Re: Just Saw One [sandman_6472]
Dec 30, 2012 (6:16 pm)
As an owner of the same generation, I had our '09 EX in for service yesterday. A new '13 EX was in the showroom. While the '12 was not a bad car, the changes made on the '13 were subtle but noticeable. I understand that the car is quieter, handles and rides better, super. I gave the car a good going over. I like the soft touch and chrome additions in the interior. The addition of the hood insulation panel and trunk trim panel inside the trunk lid are nice additions. Our '09 EX has been trouble free and inexpensive to maintain and have been delighted with it overall. Glad to see I can still consider another Civic as a possible future replacement.
Jan 02, 2013 (3:07 pm)
Like you we had a flawless 2009 EX-l with Navi that we kept for 42 months. A wonderful car! I like the much needed changes on the 13 Civic as we had given up on the 2012 all together. What I still don't like is that stationary front door's window fixed glass partitions, done I think as a cheap out, they also filled in the extra little triangle windows beyond the front doors and just behind the windshield and mounted speakers there on the inside and plastic fillers on the outside. That is no good as it cuts off some much needed visibility around the thick A pillars!
We ended up trading for the Acura ILX Tech which is based on the Civic but has none of the cheap out on the front door windows ie a full driver and passenger window without the stationary fixed partition. If you are going for a "loaded" Civic, do take a look at the ILX. They are cutting some good deals.
#11 of 37 Re: About time! [robtroxel]
Jan 02, 2013 (6:37 pm)
Discounts on the 2012 Civics are running about $3,000.
What does anyone think the 2013's will go for?
Aside from the dash, I think I would prefer the price of the 2012 over the "improvements" of the 2013. Coming off a Buick, I prefer the softer and more comforatable ride.
Right about visiblity... not that good.