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The reviews are in, and the 2016 Honda Civic sedan is a big improvement over its predecessor. Now the 10th-generation compact car has begun rolling off the line at the Honda of Canada manufacturing plant in Alliston, Ontario, before it goes on sale in the U.S. in November. This Canadian factory is the lead plant globally for the redesigned Civic, meaning that it is the first of 11 Honda plants worldwide to begin mass producing the all-new model. The North American 2016 Honda Civic will also be built in Greensburg, Indiana, and its newly available 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine is built at Honda’s engine plant in Anna, Ohio.
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These Ontario and Indiana factories will also produce the 2016 Honda Civic coupe for North America when it launches this winter. Other variants of the Civic are also in store for next year, including a five-door hatchback, an Si, and a Type R, but we don’t yet know where these models will be built. When these first 2016 Honda Civic sedans begin reaching dealerships in a few weeks, buyers will pay a bit more for the new model compared to its predecessor. The base LX model with a six-speed manual transmission starts at $19,475, while the turbo Civic, which is rated at 42 mpg highway, starts at $23,035 for the EX-T model.