First off, the 2013 Honda Civic has a much-upgraded interior. Materials are of higher quality. The center stack is remodeled with accents that resemble brushed aluminum. Now standard on the Civic is sophisticated technology like a 5-inch LCD display with a rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity, and smartphone integration.
Outside, the Civic also gets upgraded styling. The grille and rear tail lights get tasteful polished chrome accents. The front fascia is more aggressive, with swooping lines and angular headlights. The new bent-spoke alloy wheels only help to increase the excitement factor.
Honda engineers also added a stiffer reinforced chassis. The change is designed to improve frontal-offset crash safety and scores in the corresponding Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s new crash test. In addition to safety, the stiffened body provides improved driving dynamics. Honda engineers were also able to improve the suspension system with new springs, struts, and an anti-roll bar, and they also added bigger brakes. These changes generally improve both handling and stopping performance.
To find out more about the redesigned 2013 Honda Civic, contact Silko Honda of Raynham. Silko Honda is a full-service dealership offering new and used auto sales, in addition to repair and maintenance services. Their dealership is located at 1580 New State Highway in Raynham, Massachusetts.