On April, 29, 2021 the carmaker has fully unveiled the next 11th-generation Honda Civic in production form.
The new model stands out with a sporty design, advanced technologies, cutting-edge safety features. It continues the tradition of innovation.
Honda offers two four-cylinder engines for the 2022 Civic: a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter or a turbocharged 1.5-liter. The first produces 158-hp and 138 lb-ft of torque, the second – 180 hp, 177 lb-ft – up 6 hp and 15 lb-ft of torque from the last model year and 1-2 mpg more efficient.
Both are mated to an updated continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Honda uniquely tuned the transmission for every engine, impoved power delivery, engine sound, overall refinement, and fuel efficiency.
In addition to standard Normal and Eco driving modes, a new user-selectable Sport mode is available. The new Honda Civic Sedan comes in four trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, Turing.
New Features Include:
- simple and clean styling of exterior/interior
- Civic first all-digital LCD instrument display (Touring)
- standard new 7-inch color touchscreen with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
- new HD 9-inch color touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
- Civic first Bose premium sound system with 12 speakers (Touring)
- Qi-compatible wireless charging (Touring)
- enhanced architecture and stronger body
- updated suspension and steering tuning for better handling and ride
- new front airbags designed to reduce traumatic brain and neck injuries
- Civic-first rear-seat side airbags
- Updated Honda Sensing system with new front wide-view camera, Traffic Jam Assist, Low Speed Braking Control (Touring)
Expect the base Honda Civic’s starting price will be around $23,000, while the top Civic Touring will achieve $30,000. The model should arrive at U.S. dealers in the summer.