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Featured 2019 Honda Civic's new Sport trim starts at $21,150

Discussion in 'General 10th Gen Discussions' started by HondaPro, Sep 25, 2018.




  1. HondaPro

    HondaPro Senior Member

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    2019 Honda Civic's new Sport trim starts at $21,150

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    The Honda Civic is currently in the middle of its 10th-generation stride, picking up a few notable updates for the 2019 model year. But one thing it didn't pick up was a big ol' price hike.

    The 2019 Honda Civic starts at $19,450 for a base LX sedan with a six-speed manual transmission, a $510 bump over last year's model. Part of the reason for this modest price hike is the addition of Honda Sensing on every single trim. Honda Sensing is the automaker's suite of active and passive safety systems that includes automatic braking, forward collision warning and adaptive cruise control.

    If you want a coupe instead of a sedan, that price rises to $20,650, and you lose the ability to get the base model with a stick. Its four-cylinder engine puts out 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque. Standard equipment includes automatic climate control, a 7-inch digital gauge cluster and a 5-inch infotainment screen.

    New for 2019 is the addition of a Sport trim above LX. Starting at $21,150 for the sedan or $21,450 for the coupe, the Sport trim can be had with either a manual transmission or a CVT. It's the budget-enthusiast trim, with larger alloy wheels, a decklid spoiler on the sedan and a black lower front fascia on both coupe and sedan. It also adds a larger 7-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

    The next trim, EX, starts at $23,400 for the sedan and $23,200 for the coupe. This adds neat features like keyless entry, heated side mirrors, a moonroof and the LaneWatch side-mounted blind-spot camera. The sedan also gets an eight-way power driver's seat, which explains why it's $900 more expensive than last year's. Sedan buyers can opt for a more expensive EX-L trim with leather, but coupe buyers don't get an EX-L trim. The EX trim also replaces the 2.0-liter I4 with a 1.5-liter turbocharged I4 putting out 174 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque.

    At the top of the list is the Civic Touring, which will set you back $27,300 for the sedan or $26,850 for the coupe. This trim adds LED headlights with a new design, sport pedals, leather seats and, for the sedan, a power passenger seat and heated rear seats. You can check out full pricing, along with a comparison to last year's window stickers, below. The 2019 Civic hits dealerships on Oct. 10.


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    I wonder why the Sport coupe is $300 more than the Sport sedan.
     
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    what about sport hatch?
     
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    What about it? Honda hasn't released any 2019 info regarding the Si, Type R, or hatch.
     
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    True

     
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    Looks like it is a price drop if you wanted Honda Sensing, when I compared the Turbo CVT w/ Sensing the 2019 model is $100 cheaper. Not a bad deal.
     
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    yep sensing was like a $1k option on the 2016-2018 models.
     
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    coupe always high price because 2 doors looks sport car but sedan is look family car
     
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    Maybe they haven't decided engine choice for Si. Would make sense to give Si a big boost in power since base 2.0L engine in the Sports model is closing the gap. Also, given potential tariff war, Canada plant is going to need all the perks possible to survive.
     
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    How is the 2.0 sport engine closing the gap? Its the same engine that's been in the base sedan/coupe since MY2016
     
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    He likes to say uniformed things to make him feel better about buying an lx 2.0. Its still a 48 hp difference from the lx to the SI. dudes on crack
     
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    *sigh* Let us hope that there are better stick options for the Hatchback or possibly an SI hatch? yea right...
     
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    I wonder when they will come out with the Hatch info.. very close to buying one... basically once I sell my car.. no I don't know if I should wait until I hear what the specs will be... I love the look of the sport but don't like the tech in it... hmmmmm
     
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    This now means that 2.0 owners from 2016 can now slap the SPORT sticker on their trunk!
     
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    They can have my sport badge that I debadged off my sport then lol
     
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