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205 hp @ 7000 rpm
2014 Honda Civic Si Manual Sedan with Summer Tires User Reviews
Anticipated moreBy John (I am an Owner), Mar. 29, 2015it being my second Honda Civic previous being a 2008 Civic LX-SR (Sunroof) decided to trade in the old for a 2014 Civic SI Sedan anticipating a sporty tight feeling very responsive Civic. Well I ha... more
Holy Good on Gas Batman!By Robyn (I am an Owner), Sep. 20, 2014I am now on my third Civic in a row having previously owned a 2002 sedan and 2007 coupe. I decided to go back to a sedan as we have a child on the way. I like the amount of space and easy to use contr... more
2014 Honda Civic Sedan OverviewAs in previous years, the new Civic is offered in sedan and coupe versions. With five trim levels (LX, HF, EX, Si and Hybrid) to suit needs ranging from basic commuter car to compact family tourer--there's a Civic for nearly every potential small-car need.
The base LX comes simply equipped but leaves nothing out, including anti-lock brakes, a 160-watt CD/MP3 stereo with Bluetooth, power windows and locks and remote keyless entry. The EX adds 16-inch alloy wheels, a sunroof, a touchscreen audio system, proximity key and climate control. Both leather and navigation are optional on the EX.
The Civic HF, which is equipped similarly to the LX, features several modifications intended to save fuel, including a special rear lid spoiler, underbody covers and a tire-repair kit in place of the usual spare.
On LX, HF and EX Civics, a 143-horsepower, 1.8L i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine is standard. It provides strong performance with either the standard 5-speed manual gearbox or continuously variable transaxle (CVT). All models have electric-assisted power steering.
The performance-oriented Si, available in both coupe and sedan, comes with a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine that makes over 200 hp and 174 lb-feet of torque. The only transmission available is a 6-speed manual. The Si also comes with 18-inch alloys, sport-tuned suspension, and a limited-slip differential. A rear wing spoiler and fog lamps are also included. The Si comes with a 360-watt touch-screen audio system.
On the other end of the Civic spectrum is the Hybrid. Only available in sedan form, the powertrain combines a 1.5L 4-cylinder engine, battery and 20-hp electric motor. The only transmission is a CVT. Like most hybrids, the batteries are charged when coasting and braking and the engine will shut off at stop lights. Special lightweight 15-inch alloy wheels and low-rolling resistance tires reduce road-going friction and unsprung weight to maximize fuel economy. The Hybrid can be optioned up with leather seating and navigation.
Front-seat side-impact airbags, full-length side-curtain bags, electronic stability control and anti-lock brakes are included on all 2014 Civic models. Civics also include standard rear backup camera and Motion Adaptive Electric Power Steering, which helps nudge the driver back toward stability if the computer finds the vehicle in a skid or on the verge of one.
The Civic interior features improved soft-touch surfaces, and cloth upholstery is featured throughout most of the Civic lineup, with a high-quality feel. Front seats offer great support, especially the side bolsters. Sedans have a trunk that's more than ample for a long weekend for two or a large load of groceries, while Civic coupes sacrifice some trunk and rear-seat space for their sportier profile. In most Civic models, the rear seatbacks fold forward for expanded trunk capacity.
The new Civic also gets an updated infotainment systems with a touchscreen and interface said to be as intuitive as many smartphones.
2014 Honda Civic Sedan Model Changes
The continuously variable transaxle (CVT) is new for 2014, replacing the 5-speed automatic. A new Display Audio touchscreen interface features an improved interface. The coupe got improved suspension and some appearance changes.
2014 Honda Civic Sedan Value
For decades, the Civic has offered one of the best compact-car picks for those who want to keep their ownership costs low and plan to keep their cars a long time.
The Civic is also one of the roomiest small sedans, with even better ride comfort and interior refinement this year. Top models can still be appointed with the works--including a navigation system and full leather upholstery--making the Civic feel more like a compact luxury sedan than an affordable commuter.
2014 Honda Civic Sedan Strengths
Sedan or coupe body styles; responsive driving feel; roomy interior; improved standard features; available gas/electric hybrid powertrain
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