Honda Civic 2019 is Getting a Refreshed Design: The current Honda Civic (10th generation) which was introduced at the very end of 2015. Typically, car manufacturers refresh their models every 4 years. However, there is good news for Honda fans as the Civic – 10th generation model – will go through a mid-cycle refresh which will be launched in 2019.
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Despite the Honda’s claims that the cosmetic change are minimal and not as exciting as the company thought:
- The center grille which was once embellished with the large chrome accent has now been altered with black one.
- The front air intakes which has been changed and merged into a single unit – contrary to how it was before; separated into three sections.
- Latest full width front splitter.
- Updated highlights.
- Chrome accent on the rear bumper.
There is also cool brand new Sports Trim model above the base LX trim model set to be launched in the US market. This model has the following features:
- You will get rid by the entire chrome accent for one piano black finish.
- You will have decklid spoiler.
- You will have Center polygon chrome finished exhaust pipe.
- You will have 18-inch ten spoke wheels.
- You will rear bumper mimicking the style of a rear diffuser.
Honda has also promised to introduce their amazing Honda Sensing safety technology on all of its cars by 2022.
The current features by the Honda Civic 2019 include:
- Collision mitigation breaking.
- Forward collision warning.
- Road departure mitigation.
- Lane departure warning.
- Lane keeping assist.
- Adaptive cruise control.
The interior features have also received few important changes across all variants of Honda Civic:
- Brand new 7-inch infotainment system with Apple Car play.
- Android Auto.
- Volume wheel.
Honda has not yet announced the actual price of the Honda Civic 2019 but it might be around $20,000 to $22,000.
Now the Question arises, when will this model be released in Pakistan? There is actually very little chances that the new car launches might force Honda to release the refreshed 2019 model in Pakistan by June next year. Let’s hope the latter proves to be correct rather than the former.