2022 Honda Civic

Original MSRP Range
$21,700 - $28,300
Available Style(s)
30 - 33 MPG City / 37 - 42 MPG Hwy
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2022 Honda Civic

What We Like

  • Sophisticated redesign inside and out
  • Digital dash with 9-inch touchscreen (Touring)
  • Continuously variable transmission (CVT) works well, aided by a Sport mode
  • Thin pillars, low cowl create an excellent forward view


Expert Rating

4.7/ 5

Consumer Rating

4.3/ 5


How Much Does a 2022 Honda Civic Cost?

There are four trim levels of the Honda Civic for 2022. The Civic LX and Civic Sport are powered by a familiar 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine with 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque; the Honda Civic EX and Touring models get the new turbocharged 1.5-liter 4-cylinder, which produces 180 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque. Note: All new Civics use a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), but the turbocharged cars are equipped with a beefier torque converter. The 2022 Honda Civic LX ($21,700) is the base model. As such, it's equipped with 16-inch steel wheels and 215/55R-16 tires. In addition to cloth upholstery and a 4-speaker stereo, the Civic LX is equipped with a push-button starter, LED headlights and taillights, a 7-inch digital instrument panel, a 7-inch color touchscreen, automatic climate control, and a folding rear seat. Also standard: Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. As a Civic Sport ($23,100), this compact Honda sedan adds 18-inch alloy wheels and 235/40R-18 tires. The Civic Sport, the expected volume leader, also has shift paddles, an 8-speaker audio system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a leather-wrapped shift knob, sport pedals, and grippy seat fabric with subtle stripes. Visual mods are many; highlights include black window molding, black badging, and chrome exhaust tips. The other two Civics -- the EX and the Touring -- have Honda's turbocharged 1.5-liter engine. As a Civic EX ($24,700), this 5-seat Honda sedan is luxuriously equipped with a moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, heated side mirrors, and a 60/40 split-folding rear seat that has a fold-down center armrest with two cupholders. Other notable standard equipment on the Civic EX includes 17-inch alloy wheels (with 215/50R-17 tires), a blind-spot indicator, and illuminated vanity mirrors. How does the Civic Touring ($28,300) justify its price? With healthy amounts of luxury and technology. The Civic Touring comes standard with leather upholstery, heated front seats, power front seats, the 10-inch digital instrument panel, the 9-inch infotainment screen, a navigation system, and a premium 12-speaker Bose sound system. What's more, the Civic Touring has wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, wireless smartphone charging, a pair of rear USB ports, rear cross-traffic alert, and front and rear parking sensors. It also comes with slow-speed braking control, which applies the brakes automatically if it senses a possible collision in an environment such as a parking lot. Somewhat unusual, the 2022 Civic is sold with no options. Honda simplifies matters by letting the standard equipment of each trim level speak for itself. But the new Civic, it should be noted, can be equipped with a Honda Performance Development accessory package. For $1,390, this dealer-installed package includes front and rear underbody spoilers, side skirts, a decklid spoiler, and an HPD badge. The destination fee on all 2022 Honda Civics is $995.

Civic Trims

SedanOriginal MSRP / PriceEngineHorsepowerCity MPG / Hwy MPGTransmissionDrive
Civic Sedan EX CVT$24,700 / $23,4234 Cylinder Turbo18033 / 42Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Civic Sedan LX CVT$21,700 / $20,6964 Cylinder15831 / 40Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Civic Sedan Sport CVT$23,100 / $21,9094 Cylinder15830 / 37Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD
Civic Sedan Touring CVT$28,300 / $26,3924 Cylinder Turbo18031 / 38Continuously Variable AutomaticFWD

Is the 2022 Honda Civic a Safe Car?

All 2022 Honda Civics come with 10 standard airbags (four more than last year, including knee airbags) and HondaSensing. In addition to a forward-collision warning and mitigation system with automatic emergency braking, the HondaSensing safety suite includes adaptive cruise control, a lane-departure warning, road-departure mitigation, and lane-keeping assist. Of note, the lane-keeping assist system now employs a single wide-angle camera that's better at seeing road lines, other vehicles, and pedestrians. And when automatic steering corrections are needed to, say, keep the Civic in its lane, they're made with a gentler and more natural touch. The 2022 Honda Civic has not been tested yet by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Honda, however, says it expects its new Civic to be awarded the highest safety ratings, including a Top Safety Pick+ designation from the IIHS. Of note, the 2022 Honda Civic is now equipped with frontal airbags that offer better head protection in angled front impacts. In simple terms, they more effectively catch the head to reduce the rotation than can cause brain injuries.

Original Warranty

Basic3 Years/36,000 Miles
Drivetrain5 Years/60,000 Miles
Corrosion5 Years/Unlimited Miles
Roadside Assistance3 Years/36,000 Miles

Safety Features & Equipment

Braking & Traction
  • 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Brake Assist
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Traction Control
Passenger Restraint
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Rear Body Air Bag
  • Rear Side Curtain Airbags
  • Side Air Bag
  • Side Head Air Bag
Road Visibility
  • Daytime Running Lights
Accident Prevention
  • Bluetooth, Hands-Free
  • Rearview Camera
  • Alarm System
  • Telematics
  • Vehicle Anti-Theft System
  • Protection Pkg I
  • HPD Pkg


2022 Honda Civic vs the competition

2021 Toyota Corolla- The longtime rivalry with Toyota lives on with the Corolla. These two butt heads in both reliability and affordability, but the Civic is a better driver's car. 2021 Hyundai Elantra- The Elantra springs out of obscurity and into the limelight with an all-new model. Improved styling and driving dynamics make this one to watch in the small, affordable car segment. 2021 Nissan Sentra– Nissan is surprising critics with both styling and driving performance. The Sentra gets design language cues from its larger siblings and a surprising boost in the drivability area with the all-new model. Used Honda Civic– If a less expensive car is required, look no further than Honda, just a year or more earlier. A used Civic with low miles and a CPO warranty will outperform most new cars in the category. Used Honda Accord– Spending the same amount of money on a slightly older but better equipped or larger model is a great option. The Accord wins award after award for reliability and resale values and is always worth a look.

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