Honda Civic could go down in history as one of the best selling Japanese sedans of all time. However, last year's variant featured an unpopular facelift. Fans jeered, and the company is already going to fix things, proving that Honda puts customers first, especially those shopping at Motorcars Honda in Cleveland Heights.
Honda is working on a Civic makeover set to debut in 2013, according to sources.
John Mendel, executive VP for American Honda, said, "We take feedback seriously, regardless of who it's from, and we will act accordingly quickly." He went on to confirm a "refreshed model could appear on lots as soon as early 2013."1
Honda is not taking this demand lightly, even while facing uncertain production schedules. They are currently dealing with facilities taken out by huge flooding throughout Thailand. These plants, which account for much of the US-sold Honda sedans, might not be operational for 6 months.
The company just got back on their feet after Tohoku's earthquake and tsunami, which disrupted activities in Japan earlier this year, including the delay of 2012's Civic.