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Honda Civic sedan | new car sales price

Honda Civic sales overall are up 61 per cent year-to-date with 11,564 sales.

Honda has sharpened the appeal of the Civic sedan by cutting prices across all variants and loading on more standard features.

The entry-level civic VTi drops by $1000 for a starting price of $19,490, but picks up the range's new standard kit, including fresh black cloth trim, halogen daytime running lights and an illuminated vanity mirror.

There has also been a $700 price reduction on the other three Civic sedan variants – VTi-L, VTi-LN and Sport. The Civic VTi-L now adds in automatic rain sensing wipers and a reversing camera, while the VTi-L and VTi-LN (with satnav) both get a leather-wrapped steering wheel and six-speaker audio system with two front tweeters.

A new paint colour, Twilight Blue, completes the upgrades, which Honda Australia Director Stephen Collins says are designed to attract added sales.

"The Civic is one of Honda's most well-known nameplates around the world. This upgrade in specification and features for a lower price adds even more value to the popular and loved vehicle."

Civic sales overall are up 61 per cent year-to-date with 11,564 sales -- largely riding on a refresh for the hatch early this year, which followed a revision of the sedan mid-2012.

But while it's gained ground, it sits a fair way behind the leaders Toyota Corolla at 32,039, Mazda3 with 30,781 and Hyundai i30 on 22,499.

Variant                RRP           RRP cut   Drive-away

VTi manual          $19,490               $1000    $21,990
VTi auto               $21,790               $1000    $24,290
VTi-L                     $23,290               $700      n/a
VTi-LN (navi)         $26,290               $700      n/a
Sport                    $30,290               $700      n/a

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