By CARL JEPPEN The 2018 Honda Civic hatch back will be the first car to be discontinued in the United States in 2019.

In 2020, Honda will stop making the hatchback.

But, unlike the previous two models, the 2019 Honda Civic will be offered in both a hatchback and a sedan version.

There’s no room for new models.

The 2018 Civic hatchbacks were the first hatchbacks to offer a hatch, so the cars are no longer for sale.

Honda did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

But it’s not just the hatchbacks that will be shuttered in 2019: the rest of the lineup will be discontinued, too.

Here’s what you need to know about the new cars.

2019 Honda Hatchback Prices In 2019, Honda expects the hatch to sell for $25,000.

The company said the 2019 Civic hatch is the most affordable of the new models it’s launching.

And that’s not a bad thing.

The Civic hatch has the most spacious interior.

The hatchbacks also offer some of the lowest fuel economy, with a combined fuel economy of 25 mpg combined on the highway and 30 mpg on the city.

The 2019 Honda sedan will cost $26,100, and the hatch sedan will be $28,500.

Honda also said that the Civic sedan will have a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine and a 6-speed manual transmission, while the hatch will have an all-wheel drive.

The Honda Civic sedan and hatchback are the only two hatchback models to offer hybrid technology, which is a combination of gasoline and electric powertrains.

But if you want a crossover that offers both, you’ll be able to pick up a hybrid Civic, the 2018 Honda Odyssey, or the 2019 Toyota Corolla, which are both hybrid vehicles.

If you want to add hybrid technology to your car, you can do so in the 2018 Civic Sedan, which has a 3.0-liter inline-six with an automatic transmission.

That engine is rated at 500 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, making it the most powerful engine in the car.

The 3.4-liter, 6-cylinder engine in this Civic sedan comes with six turbochargers, while four of the five turbocharger packs come with an electronic fuel injection system.

The engines are rated at 450 horsepower and 450 pound-foot of torque.

The hybrid system also offers a range of performance and fuel economy benefits.

A manual transmission in the 2019 Hyundai Genesis sedan can get you up to 43 mpg highway and 27 mpg city.

And the Hyundai Genesis can get up to 32 mpg and 28 mpg with an electric powertrain.

In addition, the Hyundai’s hybrid powertrain can be upgraded to the full hybrid power of the Accord and the Odyssey with a 5.5L V6 that can get out to a top speed of about 215 mph.

Hyundai has been offering hybrid powertrades for years, but this year it’s taking a step forward with a new model.

In 2019 Hyundai will launch a new hybrid crossover called the Hybrid S. This crossover is powered by a 3-liter V6, which can get a top power of 300 horsepower and a range to go up to 200 miles on a single charge.

The Hybrid S is available in three colors, Blue, Red, and White.

Hyundai also introduced a Hybrid sedan in 2018, the Hybrid Coupe.

This sedan is powered from a 4-cylile V6 and can reach a top output of 450 horsepower.

The coupe is available with a manual transmission.

The car can go up a mere 1,200 miles on one charge, but you’ll need to recharge it on the road.

Hyundai said the hybrid crossover is the first hybrid vehicle to offer such a low cost and fuel efficiency.

Hyundai says the Hybrid crossover offers a total range of 200 miles.

Hyundai will also offer the Hybrid sedan for $26 a month, and Hybrid Coutergo for $24 a month.

Hyundai’s Hybrid sedan is also available with an optional 5-speed automatic transmission, which allows you to switch between the manual and automatic modes.

It also comes with the standard LED daytime running lights and blind spot monitoring system.

Hyundai is promising that the Hybrid Sedan and Hybrid S will be a lot more fun to drive, too, because it’s designed for a long range.

This is because the Hybrid SUVs offer more than just the performance of the Civic hatch and the luxury of the Odyssey.

Hyundai wants the Hybrid sedans and coupe to offer “intense” driving and fun, which it claims to achieve through its Hybrid S hybrid power system.

This hybrid system allows the driver to use more than 20 percent of the battery’s energy.

The battery is supposed to use a total of 3,000 miles of battery life in the Hybrid SUV and 3,500 miles of that