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2023 Honda Civic LX Trim Discontinued

The 2023 Honda Civic could arrive on showroom floors at any moment and be one of the best-selling new products this fall. According to Honda’s order guide data, the Civic LX trim has been discontinued and the base price has increased significantly.

In 2023, civic The Sport is a new base trim with a starting MSRP of $25,745 including the sedan destination. That’s a $2,100 jump compared to the 2022 Civic LX ($23,645). The 2023 Sport has more features than the LX, which offered a more cost-conscious option.

The LX has long served as a base model for sedans and hatchbacks, providing an affordable way into the Civic family. The consequence of LX’s demise, of course, is higher entry costs. The remaining Civic trims are only $500 to $700 more expensive than their predecessors. 2022 Civic.

A Honda spokesperson confirmed the changes to CarsDirect by email yesterday, adding that “the sport trim was the most popular with customers.” Dropping base trim isn’t a Civic-only strategy. Honda LX ditched for redesign 2023 CR-Vthat too.

In addition to the remaining Sport, EX and Touring trims, the 2023 Civic will also be offered as a sporty Si model. The Si starts at $29,195 with a 200-horsepower turbocharged 1.5L engine and his six-speed manual. A sportier Civic Type R is also under development.

The 2023 Civic hyundai elantra, kia forte, subaru imprezaand of course, toyota corolla.

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