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49Honda Civic only nets two stars on revamped NHTSA side impact test

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is slowly unveiling the results of the freshly updated five-star New Car Assessment Program, and not all 2011 models are faring so well. USA Today reports that the 2011 Honda Civic is the latest such victim after the popular compact sedan received an overall score of three stars; down one star from the 2010 model year. The Civic's score was downgraded due in part to a woeful side impact score of two stars. The female crash-test dummy on the pass

29Honda UK shows off 2011 Civic hatch with Type-R cues

2011 Honda Civic (UK) – Click above for high-res image gallery

71Report: GM asks Chevy dealers to buy Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla for Cruze comparisons

2011 Chevrolet Cruze – Click above for high-res image gallery

54Spy Shots: 2012 Honda Civic struts its stuff in Europe

Euro-spec Honda Civic spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery

104Next-generation Honda Civic may be delayed

Typically, most automakers stick to a relatively strict five-year product cycle for their highest-selling, most important products. The Honda Civic, for example, debuted in September of 2005, so realistically, a new model should be just around the corner, right? Not exactly.

35Rumormill: 2012 Honda Civic details circulate

According to an article in Mag-X (via Temple of VTEC), Honda is hard at work wrapping up the design for the next-gen Civic that's expected to debut in 2011 as a 2012 model. As is customary from Honda, the Japanese, European and North American markets are all expected to get their own unique versions of the popular Civic, with Americans getting their preferred sedan and coupe bodystyles and the other countries each receiving differing takes on the hatchback theme.

AddRumormill: 2012 Honda Civic details circulate

According to an article in Mag-X magazine (via Temple of VTEC), Honda is hard at work wrapping up the design for the next-gen Civic that's expected to debut in 2011 as a 2012 model. As is customary from Honda, the Japanese, European and North American markets are all expected to get their own unique versions of the popular Civic, with Americans getting their preferred sedan and coupe bodystyles and the other countries each receiving differing takes on the hatchback theme.

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