No refresh for 2019 Honda Civic

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  1. aegeanbluecivic

    aegeanbluecivic Senior Member

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    My lease is coming up next year and I advised their representative I am interested in continuing leasing depending on what the new 2019 refresh would offer. This was her response, I would take this is pretty solid information. What are your thoughts?

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    A dealer? I'd give it about 2% probability that they actually know what they're talking about.
     
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    I have heard 2019 models will be the same. 2020 Will be an updated model. I wouldn't expect a real change for 2019.
     
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    If you are playing the market on lease deals don't bank on the refresh models to get better deals on older civics. Other factors come in to play. Never know if gas prices sky rocket and people start jumping from SUV's and back to compact cars.
     
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    No mechanical or exterior updates is fine if the 2020 model is going to be refreshed. But I would hope they upgraded the radio or at least add a volume knob.
     
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    You know there is a volume control on the steering wheel, right?
     
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    I seriously don't get the obsession with the volume knob. I use the steering wheel control 99.9% of the time.
     
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    Just buy a radio out of a civic hatchback sport it has a volume knob
     
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    Same here. I don’t understand the issue.

     
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    knobs are got geezers.
     
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    Wow. Sorry, I’m new here. The Civic will probably be my next car and I’m doing research. I didn’t know the volume knob was such a hot button topic.

    I’m an old fart and I’m used to the knob. Both of my cars have steering wheel controls but I rarely use them to adjust the volume.

    I guess I was hoping that there would be a newer version of the radio in the next model with the volume knob and a newer version of Android. But it doesn’t look likely.
     
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    get off the knob man, this is the future.
     
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    Not sure why we can't have both
     
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    Your sales person:

    "Im going to just tell him 2019s wont have any refresh, and ill get a sale on a 2018.."
     
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    Because if you can complain about something you'll feel important, lol. I never ever used the knob for volume in my other cars. Now what I would have liked is a fan speed control knob. Sometimes the infotainment is slower than molasses to load that screen but ill live. I will adapt.
     
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