The Civic Sedan is offered in LX, Sport, EX, and Touring trim levels.
Pricing starts at around $22,000 for the base LX trim. Despite its low price and entry-level credentials, the LX comes with an impressive amount of standard features and safety technology. Honda Sensing is a suite of active and passive driver technologies that help keep everyone safe while on the road. For example, the Civic's automatic braking system can bring the car to a halt before a low-speed collision occurs, with integrated pedestrian detection to help protect passersby. Lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and other safety tech work to keep the car safely within its driving lane and away from obstacles.
The LX has other amenities rare for an entry-level trim, like automatic LED headlights, auto high beams, power side mirrors, a 7-inch digital gauge cluster, keyless entry, automatic climate control, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.
Stepping into the Sport trim for about $24,000 adds black exterior accents and 18-inch Berlina Black alloy wheels for a sleeker appeal. It also adds LED fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, paddle shifters, and three driving modes.
For around $26,000, the EX trim delivers more comfort for families and those spending a lot of time in their car. These include heated front seats, a sunroof, dual-zone climate control, blind-spot monitoring, 17-inch wheels, and heated side mirrors.
For the Civic's most luxurious features, get the Touring, priced from around $30,000. It includes rain-sensing wipers, 18-inch wheels, wireless device charging, heated rear seats, and navigation. The Touring also has a Bose premium sound system with 12 speakers, including a subwoofer. An upgraded 9-inch high-definition touchscreen provides customizable features and shortcuts. Safety features for the Touring include low-speed braking control and rear cross-traffic alert.