July 16, 2024

 2024 Honda Civic Review

One of our favourite small cars for a long time is the Civic, and the new model meets and exceeds all of our expectations. This year sees the return of the Civic Hybrid, which replaced the defunct Insight. The Civic is a great example of a cheap car that doesn’t feel cheap and is available in sedan and hatchback styles. The Hyundai Elantra and Toyota Corolla are among the rivals of the 2024 Honda Civic. In the Comfortable Cruiser category of the 2024 Carwow Car of the Year Awards, the Honda received a high commendation.

Price of 2024 Honda Civic

Depending on the trim and extras, the 2024 Honda Civic might cost anywhere from $25,045 to $32,545. The prices go from LX Sedan $25,045, LX hatchback $26,045, Sport sedan $26,645, Sport hatchback $27,445, EX sedan $28,045, EX-L hatchback $29,745, Touring sedan $31,645, Sport Touring hatchback $32,545.

Performance and Fuel Economy

With a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder producing 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque, the base Civic can travel from 0 to 60 mph in a leisurely 9.2 seconds while still managing an amazing 31/36-40 mpg on the interstate. An all-new 1.5-liter turbo-four producing 180 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque is available for select model levels. Depending on the arrangement, that engine can propel the Civic to 60 mph in 7.4 seconds and deliver 28–37.3–37–42 mpg in the city and highway. Civic models come with CVT automatic transmissions and all have front-wheel drive. However, a six-speed manual transmission is available for the Sport and Sport Touring hatchback models.

The portable engine room of the 2024 Honda Civic

Customers looking for increased performance or efficiency don’t need to worry. Green-minded people should consider the brand-new Civic Hybrid, which will be offered as a hatchback or sedan in 2024. The 200-hp Civic Si and the 315-hp Civic Type R are excellent choices for drivers who wish to take advantage of the Civic’s balanced chassis with extra power.

Back view with a touch of class

The mid-range EX model of the new Civic has the best fuel economy, according to the EPA, with ratings of 33 mpg in the city, 42 mpg on the interstate, and 36 mpg overall. There are currently no fuel economy figures available for the hybrid model. 36 mpg was achieved by the 2022 Civic Sport hatchback on our 75 mph highway fuel-economy route. Go to the EPA’s website to learn more about the Civic’s fuel efficiency.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

An infotainment system with a 9.0-inch touchscreen is standard on every Honda Civic model. The basic software is user-friendly and includes satellite navigation, but if you want to utilize Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, you should connect your phone. Superior quality Higher-end models have fully digital driver displays that can be customized, whereas lower-spec models are limited to a cumbersome half-analogue solution.

Interior screams elegance

Interior screams elegance

Even for the tallest folks, there’s plenty of space in the rear of the Honda Civic. The slim
roofline somewhat reduces headroom, but legroom is outstanding. With regard to boot
capacity, you have 404 liters. That’s very good when you compare it to the 361 liters in a Toyota
Corolla, 380 liters in a Volkswagen Golf, and 375 liters in a Ford Focus. What’s more amazing,
though, is how the Civic handles every driving circumstance. With excellent manoeuvrability,
reasonable visibility, and well-judged steering, it’s a pleasure to drive around town.

Large trunk

Safety Ratings and Features

Customers of Civics will be happy to hear that this vehicle is among the safest available. The
compact Honda receives a five-star overall safety rating from the NHTSA and a 2023 Top Safety
Pick designation from IIHS. All models of the vehicle also come equipped with Honda Sensing
driving assistance. Included as standard features are automatic emergency braking, adaptive
cruise control, lane keep assist, and automatic high lights. At higher model levels, blind-spot
monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are standard.

 

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