This release contains: 1 Related Document The 2017 Civic Si Sedan and Coupe are the eighth iteration of Si, Civic’s legendary, enthusiast-oriented Civic variant, whose roots in America date to the 1985 debut of the Civic CRX Si (see Civic Si History ).
This release contains: 1 Related Document Debuting for the 1985 model year, the original Honda Civic CRX Si brought a new focus on performance driving to the Honda lineup. Thirty-two years later, the eighth iteration of the Civic Si continues this long heritage of driving feel, heightened performance, agility, and passion for enthusiast drivers
This release contains: 1 Related Document Model Trim Name MSRP 1 EPA Ratings 2 (city/hiwy/combined) Accord Sedan L4 2.4 L4 LX 6MT $22,455 23/32/26 2.4 L4 LX CVT $23,255 27/36/30 2.4 L4 Sport 6MT $24,515 23/32/26 2.4 L4 Sport CVT $25,315 26/34/29 2.4 L4 Sport CVT w/ Honda Sensing $26,315 26/34/30 2.4 L4 Sport SE 6MT $25,515 23/32/26 2.4 L4 Sport SE CVT $26,315 26/34/30 2.4 L4 EX 6MT $25,830 23/32/26 2.4 L4 EX CVT $26,630 27/36/30 2.4 L4 EX CVT w/ Honda Sensing $27,630 27/36/30 2.4 L4 EX-L CVT $28,920 27/36/30 2.4 L4 EX-L CVT w/ Navi & Honda Sensing $30,920 27/36/30 Accord Sedan V6 3.5 V6 EX-L 6AT $30,995 21/33/25 3.5 V6 EX-L 6AT w/ Navi & Honda Sensing $32,995 21/33/25 3.5 V6 Touring 6AT $34,930 21/33/25 Accord Coupe L4 2.4 L4 LX-S 6MT $24,125 23/32/26 2.4 L4 LX-S CVT $24,975 26/34/29 2.4 L4 LX-S CVT w/ Honda Sensing $25,975 26/34/29 2.4 L4 EX 6MT $26,250 23/32/26 2.4 L4 EX CVT $27,100 26/34/29 2.4 L4 EX CVT w/ Honda Sensing $28,100 26/34/29 2.4 L4 EX-L CVT $29,095 26/34/29 2D 2.4 L4 EX-L CVT w/ Navi & Honda Sensing $31,095 26/34/29 Accord Coupe V6 3.5 V6 EX-L 6MT $31,275 18/28/21 3.5 V6 EX-L 6AT $31,275 21/32/24 3.5 V6 EX-L 6AT w/ Navi & Honda Sensing $33,275 21/32/24 3.5 V6 Touring 6AT $34,475 21/32/24 1 Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) excluding tax, license, registration, $875 destination charge and options.
This release contains: 1 Related Document, 81 Photos Six-speed manual transmission joins the turbocharged Civic lineup, now standard on Sedan and Coupe EX-T trims Civic is the best-selling compact car of 2016 with sales up 15.4% through August Arriving in showrooms starting tomorrow, the Civic Sedan and Civic Coupe aim to retain their position as members of the best-selling compact car nameplate in America with the expanded application of manual transmissions for the 2017 model year. Building on the fun-to-drive character of the 10th-generation Civic lineup, the 2017 Civic offers customers more choice with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard equipment on the turbocharged Civic Sedan and Coupe in EX-T trims. The 2017 Honda Civic starts at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $18,740 1 for the Sedan and $19,150 1 for the Coupe
This release contains: 1 Related Document Overview Together with the 2016 Civic Sedan, the new Civic Coupe features the most rigid, tightly sealed body and aerodynamic body design in Civic history, with the greatest use of high-strength steel for any Civic model ever made, offering significant advancements to overall noise, vibration and harshness (NVH), ride and handling, fuel efficiency and collision performance.
This release contains: 1 Related Document Overview Befitting the Accord’s mission as an engaging and responsive everyday driver, every aspect of the chassis engineering and componentry was reviewed for the 9th-generation design. The result is a car that is quieter and more responsive on city streets, quieter and smoother riding the highway, and even more faithful to the driver’s wishes on winding roads