The upcoming 2023 Honda Civic sedan is a car with a lot to offer. Its stylish exterior and streamlined interior give it an edge over its predecessor. Its dashboard features a full-width honeycomb-patterned mesh design element that helps hide air vents. It also features a wide center console that looks less cluttered than the outgoing model’s. It also has a large bin ahead of the shift lever that can be used to stash road trip snacks. It’s estimated to have the same amount of passenger space as the outgoing model, and it’s likely to have more cargo space, too.
The 2023 Honda Civic sedan is priced starting at $24,650. It comes in three trim levels: Sport, EX, and Touring. The base LX trim will be discontinued, leaving only the Touring and EX. The Civic Sedan’s entry-level price will remain at $24,650. The price does not include the $1,095 destination charge.
Prices across the Civic line have increased a bit. The base Sport sedan is now $25,745 and the Sport hatchback is $26,545. That’s a $1,900 increase over last year. The top end of the Civic sedan will retain the EX and Touring trims, while the hatchback will be stripped of its mid-level EX-L trim. The changes to the Civic sedan are meant to increase sales of its mid-range cars, but they won’t increase prices as much.
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