Honda remains to be the leading company in compact car sales for several years now. The number of people who own a Honda Civic is steadily increasing in the US. However, the car industry does not look forward to the redesigned Honda Civic Sedan 2012. They see the exterior and interior of the sedan as boring and lacking life. Sedans from other manufacturers are cheaper and better than the Civic. When the first Honda Civic Sedan appeared in 2006, the futuristic style shocked us all. Now, Honda Civic Sedan 2012 is a much more improved version of itself back in 2006. Though the basic shape of the sedan is still the same, the back end of the two doors is similar to the Honda Accord Coupe. The taillights of the sedan are cleaner which makes this model look more professional. The Honda Civic Sedan 2012 is available in all seven Honda models such as the Si sedan, Si coupe, hybrid, sedan, coupe, HF, and the one that uses natural gas. One aspect of the car that remains significantly unchanged is the price, only a $100 increase from last year's model.
The Honda Civic Sedan 2012 features some minor modifications to its style and has major improvements to the engine. With the new 105.1-inch wheelbase, Honda has actually made the base of this sedan smaller by 1.2 inches so that it can be more easily maneuvered. Despite this reduction in size, the sedan has a 3.7 cubic foot increase in interior space. As a result, the cabin of the sedan has more legroom in the back seat than its competitors. When it comes to fuel economy, it is estimated at 28 MPG city and 36 MPG highway.
Going inside the Honda Civic Sedan 2012, you will notice the two levels of display on the driver's panel. The top screen has been made longer to accommodate the intelligent Multi-information display. There is also a slight improvement in the materials used. You will not miss the new high-definition display screen beside the speedometer. It has several purposes such as stereo display and the fuel economy information. You can even modify and upload your family's picture as wallpaper. The exterior changes in the 2012 sedan are not that noticeable. The bumpers, tail lamps, and headlights have been altered slightly but most of the external features are similar to last year's Civic.