Extending a tradition of creating high-value Special Edition variants for its family of 4-doors, Honda introduced the 2015 Civic SE Sedan. Slotting between the existing LX and EX CVT models, the new Civic SE Sedan opens at $20,780 -- $700 beyond a Civic LX CVT. However, that price nets over $1,100 worth of added style, comfort, convenience and audio/telematics enhancements. In addition to the CVT automatic transmission, key upgrades for the new Civic SE Sedan include Honda Display Audio -- with two additional tweeters -- a next-gen HondaLink package, automatic climate control, Honda LaneWatch and 15-inch aluminum alloy wheels with black inserts.

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The new Civic SE is now making its way into showrooms along with the base 2015 Civic Coupe/Sedan family members and the fuel-efficient Civic HF Sedan. Later in the fall, the rest of the lineup will roll onto the scene with the arrival of the more-potent 2015 Honda Civic Si Sedan and Coupe, the mileage-maxing Civic Hybrid and the ultra-clean Civic Natural Gas model.

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