2013 Honda Civic Sedan Owners Manual Pdf

2013 Honda Civic Sedan Owners Manual Pdf

2013 Honda Civic Sedan Owners Manual Pdf

2013 Honda Civic Sedan Owners Manual Pdf
2013 Honda Civic Sedan User Guide Pdf


The Honda Civic took a rare stumble in the 2012 model year. Cheapened A redesign of the interior, leaving her looking less cohesive than before, and watered down the appeal of powertrains usually cheerful and handling front-drive. At the same time, competition is growing more sophisticated and feature-rich. In one of the fastest turnaround ever seen from Honda, the Civic sedan with a fresh new face, new interior finishes, and the suspension back again, all to sustain its reputation as one of the leaders of the compact car class.

2013 Civic substantially fresh; changes in our re-take the look and feel of the vehicle. New light will be shed on the Civic Accord influenced exterior: the front end face clearly mimics Accord, of the new "open-mouth" lower bumper for a black honeycomb mesh grille. The Civic also don integrated fog lights and cornering lights thanks for clear-the new lens (plus finishing chrome bars behind the rear bumper and design of the new Accord-like). In all, more sophisticated look from the outside. Inside, Honda has not been completely redesigned funky contours of the instrument panel, but it was redone almost all materials and surfaces, subbing in soft-touch dashboard materials are required.

Performance is one area where the 2013 Civic is largely unchanged - despite some modest changes to the suspension (eye firmer, stiffer anti-roll bars, the ring is quiet, and a faster steering ratio) goes a long way toward making the compact sedan calm feeling a little perkier again. Most of the lineup continues with a 140-horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, paired with either a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. Si models get a more muscular 201-hp, 2.4-liter four, and Civic Hybrid models will be back with IMA mild-hybrid system that gives them an EPA rating of 44 mpg, city and highway. Front brake rotors are also getting an upgrade in size, although we have noted that the brakes felt a bit mushy.


Honda has made great progress in the improvement translates to a much more enjoyable experience cabin. His body was rigid with higher strength steel, side pillar has been improved, and the thick glass and glass front door had been applied-and even harder to dash, floors, doors, and rear tray. The difference is that you almost do not hear the engine when it is idling, road noise has been cut way down, and the dash material to make even the acoustic soft inside feels a little softer. Interior appointments essentially carried away - with a decent front seats but the back-seat accommodations that can be contoured well. Ride quality is no worse than last year's model, and it actually feels a bit more settled.