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Here it is folks! Pricing for all the 2016 Civic Sedan models. I took the liberty of adding the destination fee, so there is no confusion.

2.0 Engine Sedan
LX 6 Speed = $19,475
LX CVT = $20,275
LX with Honda Sensing = $21,275
EX = $21,875
EX with Honda Sensing =$22,875

1.5 Turbo Sedan
EX = $23,035
EX with Honda Sensing =$24,035
EX-L =$24,535
EX-L with Honda Sensing =$25,535
EX-L Navi =$25,535
Touring =$27,335
 

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Ok, I want all bells and whistles, but I'd rather not have leather (too HOT where I live).
What is the diff between EX-L Navi and Touring, besides leather?!?
 

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Ok, I want all bells and whistles, but I'd rather not have leather (too HOT where I live).
What is the diff between EX-L Navi and Touring, besides leather?!?
Both the ex-l and touring have leather.

The touring will add Honda sensing, led headlights, navi, chrome door handles, touring exclusive wheels, heated rear seats, 450w sound system (not sure if touring exclusive).
 

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Can the Adaptive Cruise Control be used with Lane Keeping Assist System at the same time? So the civic can steer and accelerate/decelerate by itself?
 

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Can the Adaptive Cruise Control be used with Lane Keeping Assist System at the same time? So the civic can steer and accelerate/decelerate by itself?
Yea pretty much... one video review said that the car can speed up and stop itself in traffic as well as keep itself in the lines of the road. Granted once you cross an intersection with a stop sign or light i have to figure all bets are off. But yea, it can basically drive itself even though you'll be pinballing between the inner and outer lines of the road the whole time.
 

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Anyone heard ?
I can't find it anywhere. I would expect the pricing to stay quite similar to what the current generation is given that the US price only increased by $150.

The current generation starts at $15,750. So I think you could expect it to be a little bit closer to $16,000, but not quite $16,000.
 

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I can't find it anywhere. I would expect the pricing to stay quite similar to what the current generation is given that the US price only increased by $150.

The current generation starts at $15,750. So I think you could expect it to be a little bit closer to $16,000, but not quite $16,000.
Nothing yet, but Im sure it will be released very soon.
 
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