2021 Honda Civic Sedan
2021 Honda Civic Sedan at Spring Honda in Cranbrook, BC
Growing up right in front of our eyes, the Honda Civic has gone from humble and basic transportation to something more—not to mention synonymous with the name Honda. While Honda has discontinued the coupe version of the Civic for 2021, the sedan still offers all the same sporty performance and panache—along with surprising utility—expected from this legendary vehicle in the Honda lineup. Read on and learn more about the 2021 Honda Civic, at Cranbrook’s Spring Honda.
Sporty looks give the 2021 Honda Civic a leg-up on the competition, even if you don’t have to raise yours too high to get into this low-slung sedan. LED daytime running lights and available LED headlights provide a spotlight of sorts for the 2021 Civic, as the future is always bright for this stylish ride. Consider the available one-touch power moonroof as simply icing on the cake, if the cake featured sleek lines along with an aggressively-styled front and rear fascia, along with 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels.
Inside, the 2021 Honda Civic sedan offers serious comfort along with a surprising abundance of space. With heated front seats, leather-trimmed surfaces, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, one might confuse the 2021 Civic with a luxury vehicle if it weren’t for the supremely practical price tag. A 60/40 split folding rear seat adds to the practicality of this Honda sedan, adding extra cargo space without sacrificing anything in the way of style.
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Dimensions
|Dimensions||Civic Sedan LX||Civic Sedan EX||Civic Sedan Sport||Civic Sedan Touring|
|Wheelbase||2700 mm||2700 mm||2700 mm||2700 mm|
|Length||4640 mm||4640 mm||4640 mm||4640 mm|
|Width (including mirrors)||2076 mm||2087 mm||2087 mm||2087 mm|
|Headroom (front/rear)||997/942 mm||953/935 mm||953/935 mm||953/935 mm|
The performance of the 2021 Honda Civic sedan really allows it to stand out from its peers, with a choice of two engines offering equal parts excitement and efficiency. The LX, EX, and Sport trims come with a 2.0-litre DOHC i-VTEC® 4-cylinder engine, capable of providing the slight frame of this sedan with 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. The Touring trim of the Civic sedan finds a turbocharged, 4-cylinder 1.5-litre DOHC engine under the hood, with 174 horses and 162 lb-ft of torque perfect for passing vehicles on the highway. A Continuously Variable Transmission bestows the Civic sedan with exceptional efficiency, with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters offering the Sport and Touring trims with the option of a more involved driving experience. No matter which trim you choose, the 2021 Honda Civic sedan offers up some serious driving joy.
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Performance
|Engine||Available trims||Transmission||Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters||Horsepower||Torque|
|2.0-litre DOHC i-VTEC® 4-cylinder||LX, EX, Sport||Continuously Variable Transmission||Sport only||158 hp||138 lb-ft|
|1.5-litre DOHC turbocharged 4-cylinder||Touring||Continuously Variable Transmission||Touring||174 hp||162 lb-ft|
Safety & Technology
Honda Sensing Technologies like Forward Collision Warning, Collision Mitigation Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, and Road Departure Mitigation give this sporty sedan some serious added safety, especially if you’re heading off to enjoy the mountains. Helping you keep your eyes on the road, the Honda Display Audio System gives you voice-activated control of your smartphone thanks to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities, while the available Honda LaneWatch™ blind spot display pipes in a real-time view of your blind spots. Other available features, like the proximity key with push-button start or Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ give the 2021 Civic sedan even more unparalleled capability on the road.
Honda Civic Sedan Model Changes
The 2021 Civic sedan sees no significant changes, as compared to the 2020 Honda Civic sedan—given that a full revamp is expected for the 11th generation version debuting in 2022. The big story here is the subtractions from the Civic lineup, with both the coupe body style and Civic Si trim disappearing completely. One thing that remains standard on every Civic since its two-door debut in 1972, is the level of reliability offered through Honda that you simply won’t find from another manufacturer.
2020 Honda Civic Sedan Trim Levels
Civic Sedan LXStarting at $25,185
- Heated front seats
- Auto high beam
- Apple CarPlay™/Android Auto™-compatible
Civic Sedan EXStarting at $27,485
- Driver’s seat w/ 8-way power adjustment
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
- One-touch power moonroof w/ tilt
Civic Sedan SportStarting at $28,585
- Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters
- 18” aluminum-alloy wheels
- Rear deck lid spoiler
Civic Sedan TouringStarting at $30,985
- Leather-wrapped seating surfaces
- LED fog lights
- Display Audio System w/ Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™