The new 2020 Honda Civic, both in a sedan and a coupe form, has commenced arriving at U.S. dealerships, with a base price staring from $21,880.
North America’s best-seller in its new iteration can boast numerous interior upgrades, the refined Display Audio system, in particular.
The Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver assistance technologies and automatic high beams come standard for all Civic cars.
The Honda Civic Sport trim introduced in 2018 has become the 2nd most in-demand trim in the model lineup. It features unique styling with exterior black accents, Sport-specific materials inside, improved handing with trim-exclusive shock absorbers, rear lower control arms and a stiffer front stabilizer bar.
The 18-inch wheels with all-season tires are the same as on the Honda Civic Si.
Other trim levels for 2020 are EX, EX-L, LX and Touring coming either with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a CVT (continuously variable transmission).
The engine choices are a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder unit that makes 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque and a 1.5-liter turbo motor with four cylinders, whose peak output is 174 hp and the torque is 167 lb-ft (6MT) or 162 lb-ft (CVT).
EPA-rated fuel economy (combined) is 29-36 mpg depending on a trim level. The Honda Civic Sedan with CVT in EX and EX-L configurations has the best in the line rating of 36 mpg.
Pricing for the 2020 Honda Civic
Destination Charge of $930 inclusive
- Coupe LX (CVT) – $21,880
- Coupe Sport (6MT) – $22,680
- Coupe Sport (CVT) – $23,480
- Coupe EX (CVT) – $24,430
- Coupe Touring (CVT) – $28,080
- Sedan LX (6MT) – $20,680
- Sedan LX (CVT) – $21,480
- Sedan Sport (6MT) – $22,380