The Honda Civic is one of the best-known and best-selling compact cars in the U.S. market.
And it's just been entirely redesigned.
For all the details, you'll have to wait until Wedneday, April 20, when the full line of 2012 Honda Civic models will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show.
But we're headed for an advance preview and a chance to drive the whole line tomorrow. Regrettably, we're not allowed to write a single thing about the cars until the 20th.
However, we're happy to act as your humble servants and ask the Honda execs any questions you'd care to provide on the topic of the 2012 Civic lineup.
2012 Honda Civic Coupe
So far, we know that the production vehicles are likely to be quite close to the two concept cars Honda displayed at the Detroit Auto Show in January.
And Honda has already said there'll be a high-fuel efficiency version of the 2012 Civic, the HF, that'll get the magical 40-mpg highway gas mileage rating from the EPA.
The 2012 Civic HF will compete with the 2012 Chevrolet Cruze Eco and a version of the 2012 Ford Focus, along with all 2011 Hyundai Elantra models. All of them are rated at 40 or more mpg on the highway.
There will also be a redesigned 2012 Honda Civic Hybrid, this one using the brand's first-ever lithium-ion battery pack, which is smaller and lighter than the earlier nickel-metal-hydride packs used in all Honda hybrids so far.
In any case, let us know what you want to know about the new 2012 Honda Civic line.
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