2014 Honda Civic Coupe Gallery: 35 Photos

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The first images Honda released of its 2014 Honda Civic Si today showed the redesigned coupe adorned with wild exterior graphics resembling a sleeve tattoo you might see covering Marilyn Manson's arm. Now we have a new set of images perhaps more in line with the Civic's pragmatic reputation, featuring varying shots of the car in conventional solid colors. Beyond that, you'll be able to get a better idea of what's changed on the coupe, unveiled this week at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show in Las Vegas and set to appear in both coupe and sedan form later this month at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.

Unlike its sedan sibling, the coupe did not receive a thorough update for the 2013 model year. The coupe's exterior refresh includes a revised grille, hood, fenders, headlights and mirrors, as well as darker taillights and reshaped bumpers.

Click here for our First Look and check out the gallery below; Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

Tony

And inside, probably, that same stupid dash...

Anonymous Guy

Why is the Si fairly void of body cladding and the regular model plastered with all kinds of plastic crap?

hellomoto

Oh no! The red one has that cheap stick-on body kit the 9th gen Corolla S had!

Tony

oh!!! Cristiano Ronaldo almost scored another goal! Would be interesting to see his reaction to this Honda

JB

Love it love it love it. For such a small car company Honda sure dominates most Top ten lists and it's cars like this that makes it possible.

Martin

JB, "... a small car company"? Really? Suzuki is a small car company, Honda is much larger than you can possibly imagine. Of all the Japanese car companies, they were the first to have a separate luxury brand - Acura - a full two years ahead of Toyota and Nissan.
Honda is big!

Tony

Martin, you don't bend a stick please. In truth, Suzuki is not smaller then Honda. As a matter of fact, they are in the same class by number of vehicles they produce. Between them only 1.3M vehicles. But there is 6M difference between Honda and Toyota.

cody

i like the changes to the front fender, but the actual front-end sort of looks like it's melting in the middle...and it looks busy.

JB

Martin is one of those low information voters who makes statements without knowing the basic facts.

Donnie

I was planning on buying a Honda Civic, but, with that awful front-end I will keep looking at other options. I was also considering a Mazda or a Subaru. DMy other concern about the Honda was that horrible "Honda Hum". I wonder if they managed to do something about that annoying noise.

andres

looks so uninspired. nothing new or fresh. boring

JEWELZ

Will the HPD Civic Coupe be available for purchasing? I'm new to the car world and what is actually available. If it is, I would love to get one

Dru

Honda needs to look at the 8th gen SI and go back to what worked. The 06-10 Si was sleek and beautiful. This one is horrid. I'm keeping my 06.

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