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Civic’s Got Game! 2022 Honda Civic Prototype Debuts on Twitch
America's best-selling car1 getting full redesign with sporty and...
I like the more mature looks. Appealing to a broader audience never hurts sales. Going after the Camry/Accord/Audi/Corolla buyers from looking at the design cues. Can’t wait to see the interior and test drive. Should be around the corner in next couple of months, right?
:) Going after the station wagon crowd in EU, I see. I like the tamer looks. Cleaner lines and looks more upscale. If it's hybridized and around $25k, I'd prefer this over the new Mazda3 hatch. Easier to hand-wash, too!
Plain as vanilla. Just the way I like it. 10th overlaid on top of 11th. Looks like a little longer and slightly taller? More room for everyone? So where does that leave the Accord? Honda going mainstream (style) never hurts sales and sprinkle a little electricity (powertrain) in there to tide...
It's been Honda's rule of thumb to bastardize the Civic and Accord to upsell you their Acura lineup. Didn't work too well for Acura though. People still preferred their ugly Civic/Accord to the uglier Acura.
Continuous slow morph into mid-size Accord territory. Smaller grille = hybridization and no turbo (see current Insight and hybrid CRV drivetrains).
The Insight and Clarity are really beta testers for Honda to refine and incorporate into its mainstream models (CRV, Civic, Accord). They can...
? It’s actually @gtman who mentioned a seller rating system as a good thing to have in another thread. Credit goes to him.
You bought a car with badge #25226 thinking it was limited? Carvana was offering (to buy) $28k for a 2019 CTR last week for reference. Not a good time to sell any car TBH. But best of luck. You gotta do what’s best for the fam.