From its humble beginnings as a motorcycle, Honda has now grown into a global manufacturing powerhouse.
Its latest model, the Civic, debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Friday and has already set records at the show for the cheapest price of any car in the showroom.
The Honda Civic will set you back $32,995 before incentives.
You can build your own Honda Civic if you have $80,000 in equity.
(The model with the best deal is the 2017 Civic Si.
It starts at $39,495 before incentives.)
The car is so affordable, it even competes with the Toyota Camry, which starts at about $49,995.
But this is a Honda Civic, and the company is still working on its next car, the 2016 Civic Type R, which will debut in 2020.
It is a bit pricey, but the company said that it’s more of a luxury car than a roadster.
Honda’s newest Civic has more horsepower than the 2015 Honda Civic Type S, but it’s only rated at 85 mpg.
Honda has been ramping up production at its plant in Honda’s plant in Wuhan, China, where it builds cars for Honda Motor Co. since the 1970s.
It now makes about 2 million cars a year.
The factory produces about 1 million of each model a year, and about 600,000 of the cars a month.
The Japanese carmaker also makes some of the fastest-selling cars in the world.
The Civic is made in Wenzhou, China.
The car also has a more expensive price tag than most luxury sedans, but that price tag is about double that of a comparably sized luxury sedan.
Honda said that the Civic will be more than $4,000 less than the Camry.
It will start at about the same price as the Lexus LS 350h.
The price tag for a Civic is around $36,400.
You won’t have to worry about financing.
Honda and Toyota will provide financing for all Civic buyers, and there are no car financing requirements.
The average interest rate on a loan is about 8.7 percent, and Honda said it would help customers pay off their loan as they built up their car.
The biggest question mark is what will happen to the Civic if Honda’s new car goes on sale in 2021.
Honda did not specify how it will handle this.
Honda is hoping that the price tag will make it more appealing to younger buyers.
“People have been looking for a reliable, affordable car for a long time,” said David Hesse, a senior analyst at IHS Automotive.
“And Honda is going to have a lot of people that will be able to afford it.”
Honda will likely start selling the new Civic in the U.S. sometime in 2021, but Hesse expects that it will be years before the new car reaches the U