What changes are anticipated for the 2014 Honda Civic?
What would improve the 2014 Civic’s features?
What would improve the 2014 Honda Civic’s performance?
What is the 2014 Honda Civic’s projected fuel economy?
What is the 2014 Honda Civic’s projected price?
What is the 2014 Honda Civic’s projected release date?
When will the Honda Civic next be redesigned?
Should you buy the 2013 Honda Civic or the 2014 Honda Civic?
What is the 2014 Honda Civic's Projected Price?
Prices for the 2014 Honda Civic shouldn’t increase beyond a modest margin. That means the base DX sedan should start at around $17,000 with a manual transmission and $17,750 with an automatic. The LX will probably be priced around $19,000, $19,750 with automatic. Expect to pay about $20,500 for the HF and $27,500 for the natural gas model. The EX should start at about $21,750, and the EX-L at around $23,250. The Si sedan should start at around $23,500, with the hybrid sedan at about $25,250.
The 2014 Honda Civic coupe should start at around $16,750 with manual and $17,500 with automatic, with the LX at about $18,750 and $19,750, respectively. The EX Coupe should start at about $20,750 with manual and $21,750 with automatic, while the EX-L should start at around $23,250. Expect the Si coupe to start at about $23,500.
Honda should continue not to offer standalone options on the Civic per se, but adding a navigation system and XM satellite radio to EX, EX-L and Si models should add around $1,500 to the price. Adding leather upholstery to the Hybrid sedan will likely cost around $1,200.