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Old 10 Jan 2014, 05:48 am
MummyChunk
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Default 2014 Honda Civic priced from $18,190*, new CVT boosts city mpg

2014 Honda Civic Goes On-Sale Today with a Restyled Coupe, Higher
Tech, Better Fuel Efficiency and an Improved Driving Experience

12/04/2013 - TORRANCE, Calif.

-Coupe styling changes accentuate the Civic's sporty and youthful
appearance
-Available technology additions include a 7-inch touch-screen Display
Audio system and next generation HondaLink™ connectivity
-LaneWatch™ blind spot display comes to Civic line-up
-All-new CVT option increases performance and fuel efficiency

The significantly enhanced 2014 Honda Civic goes on-sale today with a
manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) starting at $18,1901 for
the Civic LX Coupe and $18,3901 for the Civic LX Sedan.

Extensive fresh and dynamic exterior styling updates on the Civic
Coupe and premium interior refinements to all models further enhance
the Civic aesthetic appeal. New available features on the 2014 Civic
include the 7-inch capacitive touch-screen Display Audio, LaneWatch™
blind spot monitor and Smart Entry with Push Button start. The 2014
Civic also marks the introduction of the HondaLink™ Next Generation
connected-car technology. HondaLink™ is an application-based platform
that allows a seamless integration between a user's smartphone and the
car, providing access to online and cloud-based content and
information.

An all-new CVT is available on the gasoline only powered Coupe and
Sedan. The CVT enhances responsiveness by providing quicker and
smoother acceleration and due to its wider ratio range and reduced
internal friction, the CVT helped the LX Coupe and LX and EX Sedans to
an improvement of 2 mpg city and 1 mpg combined for EPA fuel economy
ratings of 30/39/33 city/highway/combined2.

The Civic Coupe is available in LX and EX trims with a 5-speed manual
transmission or the new CVT and EX-L and EX-L Navi versions with CVT.
The Civic Sedan comes in LX 5-speed manual or CVT and EX, EX-L and
EX-L Navi with CVT. A Civic Sedan HF with CVT is also available. View,
build and price at 2014 Honda Civic at automobiles.honda.com/civic.

TRIM


MSRP1


EPA Fuel Economy Ratings2
(city/highway/combined)

Civic Coupe LX 5MT


$18,190


28/36/31

Civic Coupe LX CVT


$18,990


30/39/33

Civic Coupe EX 5MT


$20,290


28/36/31

Civic Coupe EX CVT


$21,090


29/38/33

Civic Coupe EX-L CVT


$22,540


29/38/33

Civic Coupe EX-L Navi CVT


$24,040


29/38/33

Civic Sedan LX 5MT


$18,390


28/36/31

Civic Sedan LX CVT


$19,190


30/39/33

Civic Sedan EX CVT


$21,090


30/39/33

Civic Sedan EX-L CVT


$22,740


30/39/33

Civic Sedan EX-L Navi CVT


$24,240


30/39/33

Civic Sedan HF CVT


$19,940


31/41/35
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Old 14 Jan 2014, 12:35 pm
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Default Re: 2014 Honda Civic priced from $18,190*, new CVT boosts city mpg

Are they going to add the CVT to the CRV?

Lynn
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Old 21 Jan 2014, 11:33 pm
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Default Re: 2014 Honda Civic priced from $18,190*, new CVT boosts city mpg

On Tue, 14 Jan 2014 11:35:27 -0600, Lynn McGuire <lmc@winsim.com>
wrote:

>Are they going to add the CVT to the CRV?
>
>Lynn
>
>

From what I've heard, the CRV is to have the Dream series engine with
the CVT.

A sad time for Honda.
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Old 22 Jan 2014, 11:47 am
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Default Re: 2014 Honda Civic priced from $18,190*, new CVT boosts city mpg

On 1/21/2014 10:33 PM, J.L.Hemmer wrote:
> On Tue, 14 Jan 2014 11:35:27 -0600, Lynn McGuire <lmc@winsim.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Are they going to add the CVT to the CRV?
>>
>> Lynn
>>
>>

> From what I've heard, the CRV is to have the Dream series engine with
> the CVT.
>
> A sad time for Honda.


1.8L for the CRV? No way.

The CRV really needs a 2.5L diesel. That would
be freaking awesome.

Lynn


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Old 27 Jan 2014, 02:29 pm
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Default Re: 2014 Honda Civic priced from $18,190*, new CVT boosts city mpg

The Dream series engine and CVT from the ACCORD!




On Wed, 22 Jan 2014 10:47:10 -0600, Lynn McGuire <lmc@winsim.com>
wrote:

>On 1/21/2014 10:33 PM, J.L.Hemmer wrote:
>> On Tue, 14 Jan 2014 11:35:27 -0600, Lynn McGuire <lmc@winsim.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Are they going to add the CVT to the CRV?
>>>
>>> Lynn
>>>
>>>

>> From what I've heard, the CRV is to have the Dream series engine with
>> the CVT.
>>
>> A sad time for Honda.

>
>1.8L for the CRV? No way.
>
>The CRV really needs a 2.5L diesel. That would
>be freaking awesome.
>
>Lynn
>


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