No big change from the well-received 10th-generation Civic, which is expected.
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For the USA, the 2019 model year Civic sedan and coupe models gain a standard piano black winged grille, and revised halogen and LED headlight units.
No word on how much the 2019 Civic Sport will cost, at this stage. There are tweaks to the front and rear bumpers, as well as the grille.
A new Sport trim will debut to slot between the EX and Touring, offering customers a value buy with a bit more of an athletic aesthetic. Other changes include new alloy wheel designs and larger 18-inch wheels for the higher trim levels.
The facelifted Honda HR-V has been revealed in European spec, with the Japanese automaker confirming that the crossover will at a later stage also be offered with a 1,5-litre turbocharged i-VTEC engine.
Honda has not yet released pricing information on the 2019 Civic, but the addition of Honda Sensing to every trim could see the price creep up slightly. The Japanese carmaker has introduced mild cosmetic changes on the historic nameplate and has standardized its Honda Sensing technology in a bid to increase safety. Adding more tech to the Sport, the new trim receives the updated 7-inch Display Audio with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration and volume button. Honda has also updated the Civic's halogen and LED headlights for this year. The sedan differs from the coupe through the rear decklid spoiler plus the splitter-style rear bumper with a chrome-tipped polygonal exhaust inspired by the Civic Si. The global variants get Honda Sensing safety suite standard which includes automatic emergency braking, road departure mitigation, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control.