The Si designation is traditionally worn by one of the sportiest versions of Honda’s venerable Civic compact sedan. Since 2018, it has played second fiddle to the balls-to-the-wall Type R, but the Si gets to stand alone for the 2022 model year as the Civic enters its 11th generation and the Type R takes a hiatus.
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The Civic Si comes in a single trim that sits atop the mainstream Civic range. Its 1.5L turbocharged four-cylinder engine comes exclusively with a six-speed manual transmission backed up by a limited-slip differential.
Outside, the Civic Si wears 18-inch wheels, all-LED lighting, heated side mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, and passive keyless entry. Inside, you’ll enjoy a sunroof, a digital gauge display, an auto-dimming mirror, dual-zone A/C, wireless phone charging, heated front and rear seats and steering wheel, sport seats, a 12-speaker stereo, and a 9.0-inch touchscreen with navigation.
Safety-wise, the Civic Si has a less-sophisticated driver assist suite than other trims, lacking traffic jam assist, low-speed braking control, and a low-speed follow function for the adaptive cruise system. However, it does come with basic adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, rear cross-traffic monitoring, forward collision mitigation, lane departure warning, and automatic high beams.
Honda’s fuel consumption estimates for the Civic Si are 8.7/6.4 L/100 km (city/highway).
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