The 2014 Honda Civic’;s sport-themed variant, the Si, is set to arrive at dealerships Wednesday in coupe kind, with the sedan edition to follow 2 weeks later. The coupe begins at $ 23,580 and the sedan at $ 23,780 (both prices consist of a $ 790 destination charge), a $ 275 increase from predecessors. Honda promises that for the nominal price tag increase, customers will get far more electrical power, a retuned suspension and upgraded interior.
2014 Honda Civic Coupe Gallery: 35 Images
According to the automaker, the retuned exhaust technique boosts output from the 2.4-liter 4-cylinder in each the coupe and sedan by 4 horsepower to 205 and 4 pounds-feet of torque to 174 the engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The suspension also has been retuned for sportier performance. Fuel economic system is unchanged from 2013 at 22/31 mpg city/highway for both the coupe and sedan.
In addition, the coupe gets exterior updates that incorporate 18-inch performance-type aluminum-alloy wheels (up 1 inch) a far more aggressive hood, front fenders and headlights new taillight lenses and side mirrors a exclusive grille, reduce front-bumper garnish and rear air diffuser and a massive wing spoiler. The interior also plays up the sport theme with Si-unique seat fabric, black-and-red trim and a “race-inspired, carbon-fiber-style” audio-panel layout. Common to the 2 the coupe and sedan are common tech characteristics including a 7-inch touch-screen with the HondaLink multimedia system, passive entry with push-button start and an expanded-view driver’s mirror and Honda LaneWatch.
The Civic Si will be accessible in 7 trim amounts, 4 for the coupe and 3 for the sedan. Trims, followed by prices with location, are as follows:
- Base coupe, $ 23,580
- Coupe with summer time tires, $ 23,780
- Coupe with navigation, $ 25,080
- Coupe with summer tires and navigation, $ 25,280
- Base sedan, $ 23,780
- Sedan with summer season tires, $ 23,980
- Sedan with navigation, $ 25,280
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