Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Honda Sneak Peeks Civic Redesign for 2013


After disappointing reviews and feed back from both critics and buyers alike, Honda has re-designed its ninth-generation Civic for 2013 (at least for the North American market). Full details and more photos will be available at its reveal at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but here's what we already know:

The 2013 Honda Civic features numerous changes outside. The front end includes a new open-mouth lower bumper with a horizontal chrome accent and a sportier, black honeycomb mesh grille, anchored by new integrated fog lights on upper trims. The grille is flanked by new clear-lens corner lights to provide a more premium look. The 2013 Civic's more sculpted front end flows into a new, more deeply faceted hood, complemented by a collection of sharp new wheel designs.

In back, a new rear bumper design and new rear trunk lid are capped by a clean, horizontal chrome trim piece. The all-new design of the jewel-like taillights now carries into the trunk face, providing a more finished and upscale look. The rear bumper features integrated reflector treatments and a new lower diffuser panel finished with a honeycomb mesh vent.

They have yet to reveal if they've made some changes inside. We'll have to wait and see whether there will be additional changes at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Hopefully this new "youthful" Civic will make its way also to the Philippines.

5 comments:

  1. I wonder if it will be classified as all new or just an modified/update model?

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    1. This is just a re-fresh or modified model. It won't be sold as an all-new model. It's an emergency move Honda did to improve the all-new Civic's market reception in the US.

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    2. Unfortunately Honda is going downhill. this is a desperate move from Honda.

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  2. will it have the same price as the model it replaces?

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  3. Kelan Po ba Mappunta sa Philippine Market?

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