Honda's made sure to elevate the new Civic's list of standard and available features, given the progress among compact cars. All versions—even the base $19,475 Civic LX—now come with power windows, locks, and mirrors; automatic climate control; an electronic parking brake; automatic headlights; cruise control; LED taillights and LED daytime running lights; keyless entry; Bluetooth; a four-speaker, 160-watt sound system with a 5.0-inch LCD color display; and a 1.0-watt USB port that can charge smartphones.
Upgrading to the $21,875 EX, the Civic adds a split-folding rear seat; heated mirrors; remote start; a sideview camera positioned down the passenger's side blind spot that activates when the turn signal is switched on; a 7.0-inch touchscreen interface; a second USB port in the console; Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability; an eight-speaker, 180-watt audio system; and keyless ignition.
Starting with the $23,035 EX-T through the rest of the lineup, the Civic adopts the CVT transmission and turbocharged engine, along with heated front seats; XM and HD radio; fog lights; dual-zone automatic climate control; and 17-inch wheels. The $24,535 EX-L tosses in a power driver seat and leather upholstery, and offers optional Garmin navigation.
At the top of the lineup, the Civic Touring is priced from $27,335, and gains the HondaSensing safety suite as well as a power front passenger seat; heated outboard rear seats; navigation; LED headlights; and a 450-watt premium audio system.