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Newest Honda Civic has been a hit with consumers

New Jersey dealership has seen huge consumer interest

JERSEY CITY, N.J., Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Before the release of the newest version of the Honda Civic, there was a lot of speculation on what the new vehicle would offer. This is understandable, since Honda always seems to include some new and exciting features one the Civic. It's safe to say that once it was finally released, the car truly lived up to expectations.


At Metro Honda in Jersey City, the feedback surrounding the new Civic has been outstanding. The staff has been busy giving test drives, and has seen many of the new models drive off of the lot to their new homes.

The first thing consumers notice about the car is the new design. The front grille was restyled along with the headlights to give the car a more aggressive look. The sleek look of the Civic continues down the sides of the vehicle and ends on the new taillights that make sure the car looks good coming and going.

Inside, the new Civic is a technological marvel, with a full display that features HondaLink as well as the i-MID system that puts vital information in a spot where drivers can see it without getting distracted from the road. Features like Honda LaneWatch and a Rearview Camera also ensure that drivers are fully aware of their surroundings.

As always, the Civic comes in several different trim levels with different levels of performance. To see the new Civic in person, consumers can stop down to Metro Honda in Jersey City, N.J. They are also encouraged to call the dealership at 866-626-3763 or visit it online at

Media Contact: Bladimir Liriano, Metro Honda, 866-626-3763, [email protected]

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