The Honda Civic Sedan 2012 improved i-MID is placed in an easily viewable location. The lights turn green if you are driving economically and red when you are wasting fuel.
The new high definition navigation display will make any navigation screen look inferior. It is customizable and personal photos can even be placed as wallpaper.
Fuel economy is better than last year's sedan - 25 MPG to 28 MPG city and from 36 MPG to 39 MPG highway for automatic transmission.
The interior of the Honda Civic Sedan 2012 is more spacious than the previous models. The legroom at the back seat is definitely one of the most notable characteristics of this year's sedan.The noise levels in the new Honda Civic are lower than the generation eight model.
The improved exterior is stylish and looks professional and mature.
The Civic 2012 is slower but more balanced and comfortable.
The sedan is affordable and has an insignificant price increase from last year's base model price.
The Honda Civic Sedan 2012's exterior may have an elegant feel to it but generally, nothing to look forward to. Many reviewers find the exterior boring.
Same with the interior, despite the nice displays, the design is not something that will impress the automotive press.
Navigation maps may be difficult to read for some.
The Honda Civic Sedan 2012's ECON mode is fuel-efficientbut it affects the performance of the Civic. The five-speed automatic transmission's shift points change caused by the adjustments to throttle input.
There is no direct-injection or turbo charging technology incorporated on the engine.
Despite the improvement in blocking outside noises, the engine noise is still very much noticeable.