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2013 Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe Achieve Top Safety Pick+ Safety Rating

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Honda has announced that the refreshed 2013 Honda Civic sedan and coupe are the first small cars to receive a Top Safety Pick+ Rating from the IIHS. The new Civic Sedan is not only the first small car to earn Top Safety Pick+ in the industry, but also the first and only to earn the highest possible rating of Good on the IIHS' new small overlap frontal crash test.

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"If you want a compact car with a TOP SAFETY PICK+ rating, the 2013 Honda Civic is the only choice," said Art St. Cyr, vice president of product planning and logistics at American Honda. "We believe this is a distinct competitive advantage, especially as more and more consumers place a premium on crash rating performance."

Honda leads all other brands in achieving Top Safety Pick+ ratings with four models - Civic Sedan and Coupe, and Accord Sedan and Coupe.

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