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Honda CEO takes responsibility for poor reception of redesigned Civic

There are plenty of ways to know an automaker has made a misstep. Diminished sales and high inventory are typical markers of a lackluster model, as is a paucity of critical acclaim. All three factors are currently weighting on the 2012 Honda Civic. And while stopping short of an actual apology, Honda CEO Takanobu Ito has reportedly stepped in to take responsibility for the model's reception. At a

GM apologizes for "betraying" American consumers, focusing on gas guzzlers

GM's done it. The General has apologized to America in an ad today in Automotive News (and available all over the place, including after the jump). The stated self-flagellations are for:

I'm sorry I put a dent in your car...

Don't you just hate it when you're idling around in the parking garage and there aren't any empty spaces? How do you feel when you spot somebody with a nice car who's purposely taken two spaces so that nobody can park next to their car? Yeah, pretty infuriating. Looks like somebody decided to do something about it, if the letter above is for real. In case you can't read it, here's what it says: