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$22,695
Starting MSRP
$23,318
Starting Mkt Avg
Overview

Eleven generations in production, the Honda Civic has become a benchmark for the compact car segment. The small sedan provides a comfortable ride and a stylish, well-crafted interior, making it a great choice for many shoppers. Commuters and families alike will appreciate the Civic's excellent fuel efficiency and modern driver safety features. It's surprisingly fun to drive, too, with agile handling that gives it a sporty edge over most rivals.

Pros

Fun to drive and fuel-efficient; Spacious cabin packed with features; Easy-to-use technology; Standard driver safety aids

Cons

All-wheel-drive is not available; Some rivals have fancier interiors; No manual transmission

MSRP$22,695
Market AverageMarket Avg$23,318
Average Markup above MSRPAvg Markup2.7% above MSRP

Average Total Price Paid for Honda Civic Styles

Price Information

These prices reflect the national market average, based on the sale prices of similar vehicles.

2022 Honda Civic Trim Comparison

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Unequipped

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Starting MSRP

Starting Market Average

MPG

Engine

Blind Spot System

Lane Keep Assist

Moonroof

Front Heated Seats

Cruise Control

Climate Control

Proximity Keyless Entry

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Apple CarPlay

Android Auto

Wheel Size

Starting MSRP

$22,695

Starting MSRP

$24,095

Starting MSRP

$25,695

Starting MSRP

$29,295

Starting Market Average

$23,533

Starting Market Average

$25,013

Starting Market Average

$26,600

Starting Market Average

$30,091

MPG

31 city/40 hwy

MPG

30 city/37 hwy

MPG

33 city/42 hwy

MPG

31 city/38 hwy

Engine

2.0L I4

Engine

2.0L I4

Engine

1.5L I4 Turbo

Engine

1.5L I4 Turbo

Blind Spot System

Blind Spot System

Blind Spot System

Blind Spot System

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist

Lane Keep Assist

Moonroof

Moonroof

Moonroof

Moonroof

Front Heated Seats

Front Heated Seats

Front Heated Seats

Front Heated Seats

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Climate Control

Climate Control

Climate Control

Climate Control

Proximity Keyless Entry

Proximity Keyless Entry

Proximity Keyless Entry

Proximity Keyless Entry

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay

Android Auto

Android Auto

Android Auto

Android Auto

Wheel Size

16"

Wheel Size

18"

Wheel Size

17"

Wheel Size

18"

2022 Honda Civic Model Description

What's New The Civic is completely redesigned for 2022; More powerful and fuel-efficient engines; Advanced active and passive safety features

Few small cars offer as much practicality, comfort, and fun as the Honda Civic, and this winning formula has kept it one of the most popular vehicles on the market for decades. Charming cabin styling meets good passenger space in a compact body that easily fits in small parking spaces. Honda includes driver-assistance systems to help minimize the chances of a collision, yet it is still sporty to drive and fuel-efficient despite the added tech. Some rivals offer all-wheel-drive and fancier cabins, but the Civic continues to be an excellent choice for small families and commuters.

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.

Honda offers two engine choices with the Civic. The base 2.0-liter i-VTEC 4-cylinder comes standard on the LX and Sport trims, producing 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque for a good blend of driving performance and fuel economy. All Civics come with a continuously variable transmission included. EPA-estimated gas mileage for the LX is 31 mpg in the city and 40 mpg highway, making it an excellent choice for commuters. The Sport adds shift paddles and three driving modes (ECON/Normal/Sport). More aggressive transmission tuning and larger wheels drop the Sport's expected fuel economy to 30/37 mpg. Stepping up to the EX or Touring equips a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder turbo, which feels quicker than the standard motor and is more engaging to drive. This engine's power is delivered with surprising smoothness compared to other turbo motors in the class. Its 180 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque show in more rapid acceleration. EPA estimates for the EX and Touring are 33/42 mpg and 31/38 mpg, respectively. Paddle shifters and added driving modes complement the Touring.

For the Civic, forwarding Honda's design language means paying homage to its predecessors. Its sleek instrument panel includes a narrow dashboard panel trimmed in honeycomb mesh, integrating elegant toggle switches and air vents for seamless style and airflow throughout the cabin. The Civic offers one of the most ergonomically-friendly cabins in its class, with the driver controls well placed for easy access. Honda's excellent steering wheel provides good road feedback and has built-in buttons for cycling through driver information and accessing adaptive cruise control and other safety systems. Perched atop the instrument panel is an easy-to-use 7-inch touchscreen with physical volume and tuning knobs. It works well and includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, giving users a clean interface for accessing smartphone features like navigation, music, and phone calls. Cubbyholes for storing small items are located throughout the cabin, with sizable bins in the center console and doors. The redesigned Civic offers more interior space for passengers than before, with room in both rows for adults to sit comfortably. Some rivals offer a bit more headroom, as the Civic's sporty low roofline impedes the cabin greenhouse somewhat. Regardless, it works well as a daily driver for small families, and the back seats fold for hauling bulky cargo.

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Honda Civic Owner Reviews

Based on 671 Reviews
Overall Satisfaction
No Ratings
All Reviews
5.0
Performance
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Efficiency
5.0
Safety Technology
4.0
Features
5.0
pros
good on gas sporty looking
cons
no lane camera on driver's side no wireless charging
Submitted by Tammy C on May 13, 2021|2021 Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback CVT|Purchased on Apr 2021
5.0
Performance
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Efficiency
5.0
Safety Technology
5.0
Features
5.0
pros
Great handling. Good looking. Fun to drive. AC good.
cons
Haven’t found anything yet.
Submitted by Gail P on May 12, 2021|2021 Honda Civic Sport Touring Hatchback CVT|Purchased on Apr 2021
5.0
Performance
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Efficiency
5.0
Safety Technology
5.0
Features
5.0
pros
I have a 21 Civic LX hatchback. The 10th generation Civic (2016-2021) is a great car! They really nailed the body design and systems. The 11th gen is scheduled for 2022 and is going to be more streamlined and "plain," and emulate the Accord. So, just not as "sporty" looking. I am SHOCKED about how roomy this hatchback is and how much cargo space it offers.
cons
The base model LX only comes in polished metal (dark gray) and black. White is available but is listed as a "premium" color and costs $400 more. You need to step up models to get more colors available. I don't mind the polished metal (dk grey) but I wanted silver. Silver is the most boring color but it hides the dirt and dings best.
Submitted by Jimmer D on May 12, 2021|2021 Honda Civic LX Hatchback CVT|Purchased on Apr 2021

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