The 2019 Sedan and Coupe turn it up a notch with evolutionary styling updates, front and rear.
Wearing some very slight styling changes, the Civic's controversial-but-popular design continues for 2019 and beyond.
The tenth-generation Honda Civic sedan has been given a subtle makeover in the United States, a facelift that is expected to preview changes likely to be rolled out to other markets in the future.
2019 Honda Civic gets piano black front fascia "wing" in place as standard. The front of the auto was tweaked to accentuate the low and wide stance and sporty looks.
Touring models now have 18-inch wheels as standard, and there's a new "Sport" trim that sits between LX and EX.
Honda's given the 2019 Civic Sedan and Coupe models some much-needed safety tech and visual flair.. Honda also updated the look of its halogen and LED headlights, as well, and there are a few new wheel designs in the mix. The saloon/sedan version receives more sporty-ish bits, with a rear spoiler, a "splitter-style rear lower bumper" and a chrome exhaust "finisher" modelled on the one used by the Si.
On the insides, Honda has updated the infotainment system and gets more safety features. It is also uncertain whether the new Sport trim will be offered locally. That vehicle gets a 2.0L 16-valve DOHC i-VTEC engine with a CVT auto or 6-speed manual. That system includes Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) with Forward Collision Warning; Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) incorporating Lane Departure Warning (LDW); Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS); and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). It is also hailed as the most popular auto with the under 35 crowd in America for eight of the past nine years.
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