Turbocharged 2017 Honda Civic Si Pricing Announced


The 2017 Honda Civic Si is priced from $24,775 including destination and it goes on sale this weekend.

Both the coupe and sedan models have the same starting price and the only option is the addition of summer tires for $200. All 2017 Honda Civic Si models are paired to a six-speed manual transmission, with the turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine returning 28 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway for a 32-mpg combined rating. As the first turbocharged Civic Si in the model’s storied history, it offers 205 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque and is also lighter than the previous Si. Honda says the sedan is 96 pounds lighter at 2,906 lb, while the coupe tips the scales at 2,889 lbs, making it 113 lbs lighter than before.

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Along with more aggressive styling on the outside, the Honda Civic Si models have a more rigid body and upgraded chassis components, including an adaptive electric power steering system with variable ratios, sport-tuned suspension featuring a two-mode adaptive damper system, a helical limited-slip differential, larger 12.3-inch front brake rotors and wider 235/40 R18 tires with the available summer tire option. Further upgrades to the suspension include stiffer spring rates, more rigid stabilizer bars, solid front and rear compliance bushings and ultra-rigid front upper control arms shared with the track-ready Civic Type R.

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  • Jonny_Vancouver

    Nice. I like the improvements, especially the weight reduction and keeping the manual transmission. Have to see about that engine though … Funny to come across this article today, as I was just thinking I’d like a quick and nimble car to get around idiots in the city >.<

  • Mandeep Patel

    This is going to be hard to ignore. A single center mounted hexagonal exhaust. You make me say it again and again…there is such a thing as absolutes after all, 25k for an absolute blindsiding beast. The Type R is Godzilla.

  • psi4power

    Funny to see them go back to the d15 block with modern cylinder head. Now I now its not a D series SOHC but these smaller blocks can handle boost well and glad to see the company recognize this and the gas mileage and torque are nice numbers. Cant wait to test drive as I was thinking of the Golf R but like the civic be it the exterior styling of the type R is a little to young looking for me but excited to see the direction company is going in.

  • danwat1234

    I’d rather get a car with a strong electric drivetrain. Gobs of torque, zero lag.

  • Harry

    Not a bad price especially with the LSD and upgraded suspension, bushings, etc. Still at 2900 pounds it won’t win races at the local autocross matches (and with FWD). What we need is a special edition ultra-light Si around 2600lbs to kind of mimic the old 2000-2200lb Si’s of the late 80’s to early 90’s. Or just bring the S2000 back or something awesome like that with RWD 🙂

  • Mighty

    What? Apples to oranges…

  • danwat1234

    Better driving experience, both high performance aspects.