Honda Civic 2022

The revamped Honda Civic 2022 features a new, higher-quality interior and a leaner, less overly detailed appearance.

Honda Civic 2022

The sedan now has a lower front stance and a more boxed-in back end. The windscreen and A-pillars have been extended back two inches, resulting in a lengthy hood that makes the Civic appear stretched. Its length has only increased by 1.4 inches, yet from a distance, it appears to be a mid-size car. The hatchback is 4.9 inches shorter than the sedan, with most of the difference occurring at the rear.

A 7.0-inch touchscreen is standard, but Touring and Sport Touring models come with a 9.0-inch touchscreen as well as a 10.2-inch digital gauge display. With metal accents on many of the controls and a fingerprint-resistant substance on the center console, the materials on the lower trim levels are stunning. The upper and bottom portions are separated by an uninterrupted mesh panel that hides the vents. It’s eye-catching and unique.

The LX and Sport trims have a 158-hp 2.0-liter inline-4, while the EX/EX-L and Touring/Sport Touring trims get a 180-hp 1.5-liter turbo-4. The hatchback’s CVT transmits power to the front wheels on most variants, but the Sport and Sport Touring come with a 6-speed manual transmission as a no-cost alternative. The turbos provide a lot of power, but the CVT takes away some of the enjoyment. The manual transmission, on the other hand, restores the balance and is the only transmission available for the Si and its gratifying 200-hp turbo-4. The Civic’s ride and handling are refined, and even models with 18-inch wheels, like the Sport and Touring/Sport Touring, soak up the streets. Gas mileage is also a plus, with up to 36 miles per gallon combined.

There is enough capacity inside for four large passengers, with enough for a fifth in the back seat. The Civic’s front seats could use a little extra lumbar padding, but they’re otherwise plush—and the view out is great. The utility meter is also tallied by trunk space and rear-seat room.

Automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, and active lane control are standard on every 2022 Honda Civic. The most expensive models include blind-spot monitors and parking sensors.

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