The 2013 Honda Civic debuted Thursday at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show sporting extensive interior and exterior design upgrades, enhanced dynamics, and a host of new standard features.
Honda also announced that the 2014 Accord Plug-In Hybrid earned EPA-certified 115 MPGe rating and will go on sale in New York and California on January 15 with a price tag of $39,780.
Separately, the Accord Hybrid, featuring Honda’s new two-motor hybrid system, will launch nationwide next summer with fuel economy of 49/45/47 city/hwy/combined. The thoroughly revised 2013 Honda Crosstour and 2013 Honda CR-Z also made their auto-show debuts.
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The 2013 Honda Civic Sedan, a compact car which celebrates its 40th anniversary in America next year, goes on sale with extensive changes. It receives all-new front and rear exterior styling, while all Civics sport extensive interior upgrades including more luxurious finishes, and a host of new standard equipment.
Every Civic model has standard features including Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, rearview camera, Pandora Interface, SMS text message feature, and steering wheel audio controls.
The 2013 Civic arrives with a price increase of $160 across the lineup. Pricing for the 2013 Civic LX Sedan begins at $18,165.