2011 Honda Civic Faq
This preliminary faq should act as a guide for the customers planning to buy a new 2011 Honda Civic.
Q. Are there major changes between 2010 Honda Civic and 2011 Honda Civic ?
A. No, there should not be any major change between the 2010 and the 2011 models.
Q. What is the Fuel mileage for 2011 Civic. Does it improves over 2010 model ?
A. Without the availability of the 2011 EPA mileage estimates, it is not possible to precisely tell the mileage rating. However, since there has not been substantial change in design, the EPA mileage rating should stay same.
It translates into the fact that the 2011 Civic DX, LX, EX, and EX-L models would have a mileage rating of 26/34 mpg (city/highway) with manual transmission and 25/36 with automatic. The Civic Hybrid brother
should stay at 40/45 mpg.
Q. Should I buy 2011 Honda Civic or a 2010 Honda Civic?
A. It depends. After the launch of the 2011 model, it will be priced a slight premium over the 2010 model. So if you wish to save few dollars you can still buy 2010 model. However, if you have plans to sell the car 3 or 4 years down the line, it may be good idea to go for the 2011 model, as it will have higher resale value at that time.
Q. When will be the 2011 model of Honda Civic launched ?
A. The exact date of the launch is unknown. Keep looking at the Honda for announcements. However, historically they are launched in August. The 2010 Honda Civic was launched in September 2009. So, it is expected that the 2011 model should become available around September end or October 2010.