The Honda Civic is in its ninth generation.
The new front end looks more handsome and upscale.
The rear end, a little more styled though those taillights scream Dodge Neon to me.
The SI is intriguing with its new dash display to show how and when the power is going on.
It's also the only Civic that can bear a six-speed manual and couples to its 210-horsepower 2.4-L four.
All of the other Civics get a 1.8-L 140 motor.
In the center stack on well-equipped Civics, there will be a Flash-based navigation rig instead of that hoary old DVD units and finally live traffic.
A new layout of media options is kinda cover flow like, all welcome freshenings for what was one of the crunchiest old center stacks in the biz.
The new Civics went on sale the day the debuted late April except for the SI, which hits in late May 2011.
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