Honda has unveiled the 11th generation Civic for the 2022 model year with a fresh design, simple interior, new tech and improved engines and chassis.
What do you guys think? I think with everyone going to the swoopy fastback style sedan that the 2011 Sonata pioneered it is really refreshing to see a really clean, not busy with lines all over the place, formal sedan make a return. I think it is quite a good looking car that looks like it should cost more than it will. I think the Sport model wheels are similar to the old TL-S waffle weaves, which I am quite fond of. And the interior I also find to be quite attractive, again showing that a clean design can look much better than an overly busy design.
My biggest disappointment, though it should come as no surprise with Honda recently axing it from the Accord as well, the manual is dead in the mainstream models. Nothing official on Si and Type R models yet, but I hope at least they retain a manual transmission.