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Japanese automaker Honda has always been known for its reliable and affordable technology-driven sedan models. For the 2012 model year, Honda is offering two sedan models that have been iconic parts of the Honda lineup for many years: the Honda Civic Sedan and the Honda Accord Sedan. Both of these models have been refreshed to keep up with current auto trends, and they are still great choices for those desiring reliable family-friendly vehicles.

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Honda Accord

Honda Accord
Year
2013
MSRP
$21,680
Fuel Economy
27 City / 36 Highway
Engine
2.4L 4C
Seats
5
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Honda Civic

Honda Civic
Year
2013
MSRP
$18,165
Fuel Economy
28 City / 39 Highway
Engine
1.8L 4C
Seats
5
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Honda Sedan Reviews

Japanese automaker Honda has always been known for its reliable and affordable technology-driven sedan models. For the 2012 model year, Honda is offering two sedan models that have been iconic parts of the Honda lineup for many years: the Honda Civic Sedan and the Honda Accord Sedan. Both of these models have been refreshed to keep up with current auto trends, and they are still great choices for those desiring reliable family-friendly vehicles.

The 2012 Honda Civic Sedan has a starting price of $15,805 and gets up to 28 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. It's available in several trims (seven to be precise), including the base level DX trim, the mid-level LX and EX trims, the HF trim, the EX trim, the EX-L trim, and the Si trim. The range of starting MSRPs for all of these trims extends to $22,405 for the Si sedan. The Civic was completely redesigned for the 2012 year. Highlights of its new look include better fuel economy, a more powerful Si model, and small styling updates. Stability control is now standard, and more interior room is now available. Several added technology features, includes iPod connectivity, an economy mode, and a five-inch information display take the Civic into the new decade. The Civic sedan competes with the Chevrolet Cruze, the Hyundai Elantra, and the Ford Focus in its compact car category.

Standard features for the 2012 Civic Sedan include a fold-down rear seat piece, a rear window defroster, intermittent windshield wipers, and power windows. The LX trim gets you an added four-speaker audio system, keyless entry, cruise control, USB input. A Civic Natural Gas is also available for drivers interested in gaining more fuel efficiency and producing a smaller carbon footprint. It also comes with updated, more luxurious features, but it's only available as a sedan model; a coupe is not available. The Natural Gas Civic has a starting price of $26,155, or about $1,500 more for the edition with navigation.

The Honda Accord first premiered three decades ago and has always been known for offering a great daily driving experience. The Accord is known for being roomy, comfortable, easy to drive, and reliable. The 2012 midsize Honda Accord Sedan has a starting MSRP of $21,380 and has fuel economy ratings of 23 mpg in the city and an impressive 34 mpg on the highway. It comes an astounding seven trims this year: the based LX trim, the LX-P trim, the SE trim, the EX trim, the EX V-6 trim, and the more luxurious EX-L and EX-L V-6 trims, which have starting prices of $27,555 and $29,630. The Accord is much the same this year as it was in 2011, with the exception of a new standard USB audio interface. The 2012 Accord Sedan competes with such vehicles as the Volkswagen Passat, the Hyundai Sonata, the Kia Optima, and the Toyota Camry (which was redesigned for the 2012 model year). Overall, the Accord is a great choice for families that want extra space and good fuel economy. The Accord's safety features have also been proven impressive in government crash tests.