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2021 Honda Civic Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: August 10, 2020
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Honda is famed for making some of the most reliable and cost-effective cars, and the 2021 Honda Civic is no different. Like most Japanese marques, the Honda Civic is known for its unmatched value, reliability and superior service compared to other brands. This time, the compact car will be available only as sedan and hatchback body styles, and the prices are expected to start at around $22,000. The 2021 Honda Civic will go on sale in fall 2020


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Pros

Spacious cabin and trunk

Fuel efficient and powerful engine options

Well-balanced driving dynamics

Plenty of value for money

Cons

No hybrid powertrain

CVT with non-turbo motor is inefficient

What's New?

Exterior styling updates

No more Civic Coupe

Civic Si sedan also being dropped for 2021


2021 Honda Civic Latest Update

Pictures & Videos

Exterior
Interior
Videos
2021 Honda Civic Review video
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Styles

2021 Honda Civic in Cosmic Blue Metallic color
Cosmic Blue Metallic

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Features

9.0

Engine And Performance

8.8

Fuel Economy

9.0

Interior

8.5

Exterior

8.4

Safety

8.6

Competition

8.5

8.6

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 Honda Civic LX

LX

power
158 hp @ 6500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
29 combined

$19,750 - $20,650


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
LX 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 6M) Starting at $19,750 MSRP (25/29/36) 158 hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed manual front wheel drive 5
LX 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $20,650 MSRP (25/29/36) 158 hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Civic Sport

Sport

power
158 hp @ 6500 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
29 combined

$21,450 - $21,550


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 6M) Starting at $21,450 MSRP (25/29/36) 158 hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
6-speed manual front wheel drive 5
Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $21,550 MSRP (25/29/36) 158 hp @ 6500 rpm, 2 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
2-speed CVT front wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Civic EX

EX

power
174 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
29 combined

$23,800


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT) Starting at $23,800 MSRP (25/29/36) 174 hp @ 6000 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Civic EX-L

EX-L

power
174 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
29 combined

$25,000


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX-L 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT) Starting at $25,000 MSRP (25/29/36) 174 hp @ 6000 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Civic Touring

Touring

power
174 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
29 combined

$27,700


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Touring 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT) Starting at $27,700 MSRP (25/29/36) 174 hp @ 6000 rpm, 1.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

Expert Review

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Everyone is well aware of how long the Honda Civic has been around for. It is one of the top-selling cars in the US. The car is affordable, practical and offers quite a performance. Prices for the model year 2021 will start at an MSRP of $22,000 and go all the way up to $30,000 when the car comes out in the last quarter of 2020.

The model year 2021 will mark the end of the 10th generation of this compact sedan from Honda. So for the model year 2022, the Honda Civic will come back as a whole new package. Today, the sedan faces stiff competition from the likes of segment stalwarts like Toyota Corolla, Mazda3 and Hyundai Elantra.

2021 Honda Civic Sedan Front View
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Rear View

9.0/10
Features

 
 
 

8.8/10
Engine and Performance

 

9.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

8.5/10
Interior

 

8.4/10
Exterior

 

8.6/10
Safety

 

8.5/10
Competition

 
 

2021 Honda Civic Features

9.0/10

Currently this compact car is offered in five distinct trims and the price of the lineup starts at an MSRP of $20,950 for the base LX model and goes all the way to almost $28,000 for the top-spec Honda Civic Touring. Sadly, AWD is not an option available with this Honda even today, and the CIvic continues with just a FWD configuration.

Model

LX

Sport

EX

EX-L

Touring

MSRP(CVT)

$20,950 

$22,650 

$24,100 

$25,300 

$28,000 

MSRP(Manual)

N/A

$21,850 

N/A

N/A

N/A

Key Features

Honda Sensing

Adds to LX features

Adds to Sport Features

Adds to EX features

Adds to EX-L features

 

Multi-angle Rear-view Camera

Apple Carplay and Android Auto integration

8-Way Power Driver’s Seat

Leather-Trimmed Seats

Heated Rear Seats

 

Bluetooth Streaming Audio

Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel and Shift Knob

One-touch Power Moonroof

Automatic-Dimming Rearview Mirror

Honda Satellite-Link Navigation System

   

7-inch Display Audio Touchscreen

Heated Front Seats

HomeLink Remote System

450-Watt Premium Audio System

    18 inches Alloy wheels

17 inches Alloy Wheels

 

LED Headlights with Auto-On/Off

The base LX trim, priced at $20,950, comes with plenty of features as standard. The highlights among them being a rearview camera and a bluetooth enabled audio. The Sport trim comes in next at $22,650 for the CVT, and $21,850 for the manual. It gets a 7.0” touchscreen infotainment setup with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with 18” alloy wheels as standard.

The EX trim lies above the Civic Sport and comes only with a CVT. It gets the added convenience of power adjustable seats with heating functionality and a moonroof over the features found in the Sport trim. The EX-L trim adds more luxury to the EX trim for a price of $25,300, and bundles leather trimmed seats, homelink remote and auto-dimming IRVM to the features’ list. 

The top-of-the-line Honda CivicTouring trim rounds up the Civic lineup for a MSRP of $28,000. This variant bundles some pretty premium features like LED headlights, 450W stereo system, satellite-based navigation and more, that too as standard.

2021 Honda Civic Maintenance, Reliability and Warranty

The feature-filled Honda Civic has been named KBB's "Best Buy of the Year" in its class for the sixth consecutive year, thanks in parts to its outstanding reliability and resale value. As per J.D. Power report, the 10th-generation Civic compact sedan scores an above-average, but predicted, reliability rating of 78 out of 100.

Models

2020 Honda Civic

2020 Toyota Corolla

2020 Mazda3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

Overall Score

78

85

74

80

Quality and Reliability

82

91

80

84

Driving Experience

83

79

76

81

Resale

85

90

82

80

Dealership Experience

84

83

73

76

Honda has been consistently ranking in the top 10 car manufacturers in terms of reliability, and that’s down to how mechanically sorted Honda cars are. The Civic is incredibly reliable and easy to maintain. Its repairs are not only relatively cheap but are also never a hassle to get done.

On average, the cost of a 2020 Honda Civic Sedan sums up to about $19,400. The people from Montana, New Hampshire, Oregon, Atlanta and Delaware enjoy the lowest prices as they are exempted of sales taxes. Below are the costs of the 2020 Honda Civic and its counterparts in other states like:

Models

2020 Honda Civic

2020 Toyota Corolla

2020 Mazda3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

Washington

$19,879

$21,129

$19,649

$14,337

Florida

$19,450

$21,005

$20,657

$18,251

California

$19,473

$25,587

$22,420

$17,495

New Jersey

$19,322

$17,800

$22,445

$16,800

Arizona

$20,030

$18,567

$21,682

$18,490

This compact sedan has forever remained a worry-free travel companion with minimal recalls or customer complaints, as per reported by the NHTSA. Such has been the case since the past decade. Even though Honda does not offer complimentary scheduled maintenance services with the Civic, repairs are usually infrequent and not particularly serious or costly.

When it comes to the actual ownership costs of the car, on an average, you will have to shell out nearly $22,180 over a period of 5 years when you buy a brand new Honda CIvic sedan. This is quite pocket-friendly, especially when you compare it with some of its rivals.

What is the Warranty on offer on the Honda Civic?

While Honda may not match Hyundai when it comes to warranties and coverages, it does live up to its reputation of being one of the most reliable brands in the industry. This mostly due to its roadside assistance packages. Honda offers a 24-hour emergency road service available in the United States, valid all throughout the 3-Year/36,000-Mile Limited Warranty term.

Models

2020 Honda Civic

2020 Toyota Corolla

2020 Mazda3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

Limited warranty

3 years/ 36,000 miles

3 years/ 36,000 miles

3 years/ 36,000 miles

5 years/ 60,000 miles

Powertrain warranty

5 years/ 50,000 miles

5 years/ 60,000 miles

5 years/ 60,000 miles

10 years/ 100,000 miles

24-hour roadside assistance

3 years/ 36,000 miles

2 years/ 25.000 miles

3 years/ 36,000 miles

5 years/ unlimited miles

Nonetheless, Honda backs the Civic with only a basic warranty, and thus, cannot compete with the likes of the Hyundai Elantra. Hyundai wants to ensure that they make the most reliable cars, so they offer a 10-year warranty for the powertrain and a limited warranty cover for 5 years or 60,000 miles (whichever comes first) for all their cars. Honda doesn’t even offer free maintenance which again Hyundai offers for 3 years or 36,000 miles.

What are the state-wise price differences for the 2021 Honda Civic?

Car pricing quotes vary from state to state for various reasons, which include destination charges, state and local states tax, registration fees, and most importantly dealer documentation fees among others. Keeping this in mind some states in the US are a bargain when dealing with buying a specific car, whereas in some states, you might end up paying thousands of dollars for a worst-case scenario.

City MSRP Average Selling Price Average Discount Cheapest Available Price
Chicago(60007) $21,755 $20,682 $1.073 (4.9%) $19,566
Washington(20001) $21,755 $19,406 $2,349 (10.8%) $18,620
New York(10001) $21,755 $20,615 $1,140 (5.2%) $19,531
Detroit(48127) $21,755 $21,386 $369 (1.7%) $20,514

Here, from the aforementioned tables, 4 major US states have been considered, and we can clearly see, that the Capital, Washington offers the most in terms of discounts, with the cheapest Honda Civic being sold for about $18,620. Furthermore, Detroit, once the home for greatest muscle cars in the US, offers the Honda Civic for an average price of $21,386, far more expensive than what the rest of the states offer. 

2021 Honda Civic Buying Advice

We will recommend picking the EX trim of the Civic’s lineup. Apart from Honda's powerful turbocharged engine, it packs features that include heated front seats with power adjustment, a top-rated infotainment system, and all the safety features that a compact sedan should have at this price point. 

Is Buying a Used Honda Civic a good idea?

The Honda Civic, unlike some of its other rivals, retains its value quite well. For the first year, the Civic tends to lose only between 12 to 15 percent of its value, which comes out to be about $4,000. Moreover, the maintenance cost of the Civic is also very competitive, which makes it even more preferable for a resale.

According to the depreciation value, the models produced in the year 2018 are the ones to look out for. A Honda Civic is expected to last for 12 years, and the 2018 version gives it around 10 more years of perfect usability.

2021 Honda Civic Engine and Performance

8.8/10

A 2.0-liter inline-4 engine producing 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft torque powers the LX and Sport trims of the Honda Civic sedan. It can be mated either to a 6-speed manual transmission, offered exclusively on the Sport, or a Continuously Variable automatic Transmission (CVT) with paddle shifters, also only with the Sport trim.

2021 Honda Civic Sedan Engine

The Civic EX, EX-L and Touring models get a smaller but turbocharged 1.5-liter engine returning peak output of 174 horsepower and 162 lb-ft torque with the standard CVT. You do not have the choice of a manual with this motor. No matter what the choice of engine or transmission, front-wheel-drive is a stand-alone option.

Models

2021 Honda Civic 

2020 Toyota Corolla 

2020 Mazda Mazda3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

MSRP

$22,000

$20,995

$21,000

$21,835

Engine

2.0L Inline-4

2.0L Inline-4

2.5L Inline-4

2.0L Inline-4

Drivetrain

FWD

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

CVT

CVT

6-speed manual

6-speed manual

Power 

158hp@6,500rpm

162hp@6,000rpm

186hp@6,000rpm

147hp@6,200rpm

Torque 

138lb-ft@4,200rpm

142lb-ft@4,400rpm

180lb-ft@6,000rpm

132lb-ft@4,500rpm

The Mazda 3's 2.5-liter engine bests the Civic's engine output and offers the best-in-class power to price ratio. Toyota Corolla takes the second spot in terms of output but it costs $135 per horsepower while the upcoming Civic will cost $139 for the same.

How strong is the Acceleration and Braking Performance of the 2021 Honda Civic?

Honda Civic’s naturally aspirated 2.0-liter engine allows the Civic to sprint from 0-60 MPH in 8.2 seconds. Its CVT does make the non-turbo motor whir but when paired with the 1.5-liter turbo-four, it turns out to be the best in the segment.

​  2021 Honda Civic Sedan covers 0-60 MPH in 8.2 sec  ​

The front-wheel Civic delivers linear acceleration with the base engine while the turbo makes it even more athletic. All cars take nearly 120 ft to completely stop from a speed of 60 MPH, but the Civic comes in before everyone else at 113 ft.

Models

2021 Honda Civic 

2020 Toyota Corolla 

2020 Mazda Mazda3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

0-60 MPH 

8.2 sec

8.2 sec

8.0 sec

8.3 sec

Quarter Mile 

16.3 sec

16.2 sec

16.4 sec

16.4 sec

Top Speed 

119 MPH

112 MPH

116 MPH

116 MPH

60-0 MPH

113 ft

119 ft

122 ft

125 ft

Though Mazda 3's 0-60 MPH time of 8.0 seconds bests the Civic and Corolla alike. Hyundai's Elantra is the slowest among these compact cars, even when compared against the Toyota Corolla. The Mazda and Hyundai four-doors offer a standard manual transmission across the range as opposed to the Civic.

2021 Honda Civic Fuel Economy

9.0/10

The best thing about owning a Civic is its frugal engine that perfectly balances power and efficiency. The Honda Civic equipped with the 1.5-liter turbo-motor gets best-in-class EPA estimated mileage of 36 MPG combined. With its 12.4-gallon fuel tank and superb fuel management, you can very easily cover a minimum of 400 miles on a full tank of gas with the 2021 Honda Civic.

Model

2021 Honda Civic

2020 Toyota Corolla

2020 Mazda Mazda3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

MPG (City)

32

31

27

28

MPG (Highway)

42

38

36

37

MPG (Combined)

36

34

30

32

Fuel Capacity 

12.4 gallons

13.2 gallons

12.7 gallons

14 gallons

Range (City/Hwy/Combined) 

397/520/446 miles

410/501/448 miles

342/457/381 miles

392/518/448 miles

Surprisingly, the 2.0-liter four-pot is not as fuel efficient. It returns a combined MPG of 33. The manual unit is the least fuel efficient either way. It allows the Honda Civic to return a combined MPG of 29. Looking at the rivals, only the Corolla comes closest to the Civic in terms of the driving distance on offer. The Mazda3 sedan loses out on the gas mileage front, a trade-off for its most powerful motor and manual transmission.

2021 Honda Civic Interior

8.5/10

The Honda Civic sedan is the most well-packaged compact sedan on the market. It is proven further by its practical, modern and cavernous cabin. The Civic seats up to five adults with generous head and legroom regardless of where you're seated. Even the wider door-openings make getting into and out of those spaces easy.

2021 Honda Civic Sedan Dashboard

Also easy is to find the perfect seating position, thanks to a range of steering wheel and driver's seat adjustment configurations. Starting with the EX trim you’ll get heated front seats, and leather seating surfaces come with EX-L onwards.

Model

2021 Honda Civic

2020 Toyota Corolla

2020 Mazda 3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

39.3/57.0/42.3

38.3/54.0/42.0

38.3/54.8/42.3

38.8/56.2/42.3

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

37.1/55.0/37.4

37.1/51.7/34.8

37.6/54.4/35.8

37.3/55.0/35.7

Trunk space of 15.1 cubic-feet of this compact sedan is the most commodious, even at par with some of the midsize sedans. The Civic hatchback version offers even more cargo space of 25.7 cubic-feet behind the rear seats. Honda civic boasts a well-organized trunk and a low lift-over height for convenience of loading and unloading.

How indulging is the 2021 Honda Civic’s Infotainment?

Unlike its predecessors, the Honda Civic's touchscreen interface today is a lot more intuitive. Even the dashboard and instrument cluster all look well-organized. The entry-spec LX is fitted with a 5.0-inch touchscreen and a four-speaker sound system, while every other model gets a 7.0-inch touchscreen display.

2021 Honda Civic Sedan Infotainment Display

The top tier Touring model features navigation, and SiriusXM satellite radio, other than Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Upfront, two USB ports, and a single 12-volt outlet are available but the rear is kept bereft of any. Some of the features included in the infotainment are:

  • 4/8 speaker audio system
  • Bluetooth
  • Speed-sensitive volume compensation
  • Radio data system
  • HondaLink
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Dashboard
2021 Honda Civic Sedan
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Shift Knob
2021 Honda Civic Sedan
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Front Seats
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Front Seats
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Rear Seats Seats
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Rear Seats Seats
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Interior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Interior image

2021 Honda Civic Exterior

8.4/10

Exterior styling refinements to the 2021 Civic sedan lineup could include an updated Honda-signature "wing" grille crossbar and the headlights getting a sporty blackout treatment. The Civic's design language is defined by aggressive front and rear ends.

2021 Honda Civic Sedan Third Quarter View

All that is neatly brought together by refined features like the distinct C-shaped taillight design. Other unique styling cues within the Civic lineup include a black-painted rear spoiler, black grille, fog lights with gloss black trim, and a center-mounted chrome exhaust finisher styled after Civic Si.

Model

2021 Honda Civic

2020 Toyota Corolla 

2020 Mazda 3

2020 Hyundai Elantra

Curb Weight 

2,762 lbs

2,840 lbs

2,899 lbs

2,767 lbs

Length 

182.3"

183.1"

180.3"

179.9"

Width 

70.8"

69.9"

70.7"

70.9"

Height 

55.7"

57.3"

57.3"

56.5"

Ground Clearance 

6.3"

6.7"

6.1"

5.3"

Wheelbase 

106.3"

107.3"

107.3"

106.3"

Compared to the hatchback model, the Civic Sedan is 4.8 inches longer. However, both share the same 106.3 inches of wheelbase. With curb weights starting at 2,762 lbs, this compact sedan is nearly 150 lbs lighter than its hatchback counterpart. In comparison to its rivals, it is still the lightest.

2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image
2021 Honda Civic Sedan Exterior image

2021 Honda Civic Safety

8.6/10

Scoring the highest possible rating of “GOOD” in all IIHS crashworthiness tests, and a full five-stars in NHTSA’s ratings, the Honda Civic has proven itself to be an extremely safe car. In addition, all Civic models feature Honda Sensing driver-assistive and safety technologies as standard equipment. This allows it to earn “SUPERIOR” rating for vehicle-to-vehicle frontal crash prevention. Some of the notable safety features of the car are:

  • Collision Mitigation Braking
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive cruise control w/Low-speed follow
  • ABS
  • EBD
  • Brake Assist
  • Vehicle stability control w/Traction control
  • Advanced front airbags
  • SmartVent front side airbags
  • Side curtain airbags will rollover sensor

2021 Honda Civic Competition

8.5/10

2021 Honda Civic Vs Toyota Corolla

In terms of exterior design, the Civic steals the show in comparison to the Corolla. Both the sedans do however have a premium interior but Corolla's infotainment system is easier to use even though it lacks Android Auto compatibility. But the Honda Civic is a more spacious, more efficient and much more lively car. In terms of overall value, we find the Honda Civic to be a better package for the price. Then again, its taut chassis offers excellent driving dynamics that only some can match.

2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan

2021 Honda Civic Vs Hyundai Elantra

The Hyundai Elantra is a pretty decent car in the compact segment for its price. It is about to enter its seventh-generation in the model year 2021, and things are definitely looking up for it. Sadly, the outgoing models are not quite the match to the Honda Civic. The latter is just a much better package overall. Even looks-wise, the Honda Civic appears to be the more appealing car.

2020 Hyundai Elantra Sedan

2021 Honda Civic Final Verdict

Honda has been consistent in improving an already superb proposition. The Civic compact car is a great specimen. For shoppers looking for a modern and smartly styled sedan with not so compact interior, outstanding resale and reliability ratings, along with a flexible choice of peppy powertrains, this compact sedan is the right destination. While the competition is tough, none are quite the match to what the Civic has to offer.

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Daniel L. Gray

2020 Honda Civic

Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Sports

Pros - Eco mode, handling, mpg

Cons - Slick seats, headliner

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Eco mode is what I mostly drive in and never felt the need for more power in any way. Getting the most out of the gas and still end up with a decent driveability

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
8/10
Dealer Review

NA

Nathan M. Armijo

2020 Honda Civic

EX-L 4dr Sedan (1.5L 4cyl Turbo CVT)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Picks up nicely

Pros - Silky smooth CVT, LED headlights, turbo

Cons - Not that I know if an

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Although it does a few things perfectly, I'll still take time to call out for the silky smooth CVT as the best aspect of this car.

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
9/10
Dealer Review

RP

Robert M. Paul

2020 Honda Civic

Sport 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 6M)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Cargo space and safety of Civic

Pros - Lane departure assist, infotainment system, cargo space

Cons - Touch screen lag, cupholders in first row

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Helps to drive without any stress on the highway and keeps me alerted if anything is approaching at the back. It also keeps me entertained and the visibility too is spot on. Kudos to Honda for giving CIvic such practicality

9/10
Features
9/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

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Top User Reviews

10

User Overall Rating

Sports

Eco mode is what I mostly drive in and never felt the need for more power in any way. Getting the most out of the gas and still end up with a decent driveability

by Daniel L. Gray

10

User Overall Rating

Picks up nicely

Although it does a few things perfectly, I'll still take time to call out for the silky smooth CVT as the best aspect of this car.

by Nathan M. Armijo

10

User Overall Rating

Cargo space and safety of Civic

Helps to drive without any stress on the highway and keeps me alerted if anything is approaching at the back. It also keeps me entertained and the visibility too is spot on. Kudos to Honda for giving CIvic such practicality

by Robert M. Paul

9

User Overall Rating

Manual stick

An former Toyota fan turned towards Honda because of the driveability of Toyota's lately and the mediocre gas mileage as well. I'm getting both out of my new Civic 2020 along with the manual stick to have all the fun. The only thing that can make it better is a little more power.

by Christopher D. Newquist

5

User Overall Rating

Highly recommend Civic 2020

Such an amazing and powerful car and offers responsive acceleration. The turbo on the other hand does a good job to throw you back on that driver's seat when it does it's thing. Best car for those short accelerations(city).

by Michael D. Villacorta

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