Honda has officially unveiled the 2015 Civic model, which will go on sale tomorrow, in the United States.
After officially pulling the wraps off the Jazz prototype, the Japanese based automaker Honda has decided to introduce the 2015 Civic too, as the model in question will go on sale tomorrow, the 18th of September, across the United States. Besides this, the company is also saying that the model has received a new Special Edition (SE), which will be positioned between the LX and the EX, adding 1,100 USD worth of goodies for 700 USD over the LX sedan.
Some of the goodies available for the new Civic SE include the black painted inserts on the 15-inch aluminum wheels, the Display Audio system, the automatic climate control, the Honda LaneWatch system, the CVT (continuously variable transmission) and some other tweaks to make it hotter into the eyes of its future customers. Honda says that the 2015 Civic will go on sale from 18,290 USD and the Civic SE sedan, the newest model to enter the lineup, will arrive shortly too, being priced from 19,990 USD. More details on the 2015 Honda Civic will probably be announced once the model will go on sale.