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November 30, 2012

Honda’s Greensburg plant celebrates new Civic

Greensburg — Honda Manufacturing of Indiana’s more than 2,000 associates celebrated mass production of the 2013 Honda Civic Thursday.

The 2013 Civic receives all-new front and rear exterior styling, along with extensive interior styling upgrades on all models. Re-tuned steering and suspension sharpen the Civic’s handling, while extensive body and chassis upgrades improve the ride comfort and interior quietness. It debuted Thursday at the LA Auto Show.

“Our industry has never been more competitive or fast changing, and a significant refresh of Civic, America’s best-selling compact car, just one model year after its debut as an all-new model shows true speed to market,” said John Mendel, American Honda executive vice president of sales at the LA Auto Show.” Our corporate direction is to provide our customers with great products with speed, affordability and low CO2 emissions.

There is no better example of this direction than today’s introduction of the 2013 Civic.”

— Daily News

 

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