Here's what's new for the 2019 Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe

The 2019 Honda Civic sedan and coupe have refreshed looks, enhanced safety technology, and an all-new Sport trim. Get ready to show off around Santa Monica!

Subtle Updates That Still Pop

Designers redid the Honda Civic's front bumper, and that gives the vehicle a more aggressive and low-riding look that'll stand out. If you get one of the upper-level trims with LED lights, you'll notice a new design there too, and you should never underestimate how much a new headlight setup can freshen up a vehicle's appearance.

On the inside, Honda Civic sedans and coupes with a touchscreen have a volume dial again. A small change but one many current Honda drivers have been hoping for. The dash designs also have new accents, there's a redesigned steering wheel with easier-to-use controls, and you'll appreciate the bigger cup holders, especially if you have a larger Yeti-brand mug that you bring into work!

As we mentioned earlier, the Civic sedan and coupe have a new trim called the 'Sport'. It sits right above the LX and has larger alloy wheels, black grille accents, a spoiler, and it's available in either a CVT or 6-speed manual. The Sport is a great way to add style while maintaining your budget.

More Standard Advanced Safety Tech

One of the most exciting updates for the 2019 Honda Civic has to do with Honda Sensing®. That is Honda's package of advanced safety and driver assistance technologies, and it is available on many new Honda models.

Last year, Honda Sensing® was only standard on the top trim and available on all other trims, minus the base. For 2019, all Honda Civic sedan and coupe models will come with Honda Sensing®! Whether you're driving around your neighborhood or commuting in Los Angeles, you'll feel extra protected.

Next Steps

Honda of Santa Monica is right by Huckleberry Café and about 10-miles from downtown LA. You can shop our selection of 2019 Honda Civic sedan and coupe models, learn about our straightforward Sonic Price, and drive home in a great sedan or coupe! If you're on the fence about this particular vehicle, you can research other Honda models to find one that is perfect for your needs and lifestyle.

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