Lower-end LX and Sport models feature a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder that pumps out 158 horsepower and 187 nm of torque, exactly the same as before. Fancier EX and Touring variants feature a 1.5-liter turbo four that now delivers 180 hp and 240 Nm, slightly more than the outgoing model. Thanks to a range of minor changes to these engines and the car’s chassis, you get additional mileage compared to the older one. A manual transmission won’t be available, though.
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2022 Honda Civic Officially revealed
- by Varad Yadav
- April 29, 2021
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Honda fully unveiled the 2022 Civic sedan tonight, and it should be the best Civic yet. It’s got upscale exterior styling that looks like a mini Accord, and though it’s only a tiny bit bigger than the old one overall, it’s on a longer wheelbase and the A-pillars have been pushed back. An updated structure means it’s safer, too.
While the outside is fairly evolutionary and predictable, the new Civic’s interior both looks and feels amazing. It has a simple yet modern design with a honeycomb trim strip that runs the length of the dash and contains the air vents, which are controlled by satisfying joysticks. There’s a lot of interior space, and the redesigned seats are more comfortable.
The base infotainment system us a 7-inch screen but top trims get a 9-inch unit, and all 2022 Civic sedans will come with at least a partially digital instrument cluster with the option of a fully digital 10.2-inch display. A 12-speaker Bose sound system is available, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are supported with optional wireless connectivity.