2022 Honda Civic Sedan


One of Honda’s most popular products has to be their long-standing Civic lineup and the new 2022 Honda Civic Sedan is the latest member of the family. It comes in after the addition of new features and a major redesign of both the exterior and interior. It comes with two different powertrain options that all revolve around a 4-cylinder engine that’s been given an upgrade as well. This 2022 Honda Civic Sedan review will go into the specs and features that prove that it’s still on top of the sedan market after all this time.


The 2022 Honda Civic Sedan has been given some major redesigns and updates for this new model year. Once again, it’s offered in both sedan and hatchback styles which are reviewed separately. Included in this year’s roster of 2022 Honda Civic Sedan colors are 8 different choices ranging from Rallye Red, Aegean Blue Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, and other color options.


The 2022 Honda Civic Sedan price seems to follow the pricing of its many rivals throughout all 4 of its trim levels. With the LX model, drivers can already enjoy a whole host of standard technology features shared throughout the lineup. The EX and Touring trim levels show off the best that the Civic Sedan has to offer as its list of standard features are expanded further. Below is our 2022 Honda Civic Sedan cost table which details the starting MSRPs of each of the trim levels:

Trim (Drivetrain)MSRP*
Civic Sedan LX$22,350*
Civic Sedan Sport$23,750*
Civic Sedan EX$25,350*
Civic Sedan Touring$28,950*

Through the Honda Lease program, drivers can get their dream car without having to take the burden of shelling out a large amount of money. The 2022 Honda Civic Sedan lease price is listed on the company’s official website alongside other financing options.


The 2022 Honda Civic Sedan specs sheet shows that there are 2 different powertrains available across the lineup. The most common of the two is the Inline 4-Cylinder engine that’s present on the LX and Sport models. It’s capable of 158 horsepower and 138 pounds-feet of torque output. These two models are paired with an M-CVT transmission system and come in front-wheel drive. The EX and Touring trim levels also make use of the Inline 4-Cylinder with the addition of a Turbocharger. This powertrain option is capable of 180 horsepower and a torque output of 177 pounds-feet. These models are available with an LL-CVT transmission with only front-wheel drive as a drivetrain option.


The EPA has already released its estimates on the 2022 Honda Civic Sedan fuel scores for all its respective models. As we can see below, the Civic Sedan EX has the best scores across all MPG categories. This is closely followed by the base LX model and the EX model, with the Sport model being the least efficient even with its 4-Cylinder powertrain. Fuel capacity for the whole 2022 Civic Sedan lineup stands at around 12.4 gallons. Below is our table detailing the different MPG scores for all models of the Honda Civic Sedan:

Trim Mileage EstimatesCity/mpgHighway/mpgCombined/mpg
Civic Sedan LX314035
Civic Sedan Sport303733
Civic Sedan EX334236
Civic Sedan Touring313834


Honda has made the 2022 Honda Civic Sedan interior look much cleaner and sleeker with the dash’s design elements being reorganized. The center console of the Civic has been redone to look much neater than before while honeycomb pattern motifs can be spotted all around the cabin. Passenger space on the Civic Sedan stands at 99.0 cubic feet which is enough for 5 passengers to sit comfortably. For cargo capacity, the Civic Sedan has 14.8 cubic space which should be fine for small families and drivers who don’t expect to carry too much on their trips.


The infotainment system found on the 2022 Honda Civic Sedan is well-equipped with all the features you can expect on a modern release. A 7-inch touchscreen display is used for the LX, Sport, and EX models. With the Touring model, this is upgraded to a 9-inch color touchscreen with volume knobs and additional shortcuts and settings. A Driver Information Interface Screen is available on all models and ranges from 7.0-inches to a full 10.2-inch display on the Civic Sedan Touring. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay come naturally integrated into the car’s infotainment system alongside Bluetooth features for audio streaming and hands-free phone use. All Civic Sedans are also given access to the HondaLink Smartphone App for controlling certain functions using your mobile phone. The audio system found on the base LX model is a 160-watt audio system with a 4-speaker setup. This is further improved to an 8-speaker setup which has enhanced output to 180-watts. The Touring tops it all off with a 12-speaker setup sourced from BOSE that comes with an integrated subwoofer.


The 2022 Honda Civic Sedan has been given a 5-star rating for overall safety by the NHTSA, a respected authority in car safety. All models in the Civic Sedan lineup carry most of the features offered by the Honda Sensing Technologies suite, creating a set of safety features and driver-assistive technologies that’s tough to beat. Some of the standard features offered throughout the lineup include a Collision Mitigation Braking System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, and Lane Keeping Assist System. Two distinct safety features are only available on the higher-end models of the Civic Sedan. First is the option for a Blind Spot Information System and the other is the presence of Low-Speed Braking Control, the latter of which is only available on the Touring trim level.


Honda offers a solid warranty package that’s about on par with other warranty packages offered by its rivals. Their limited warranty plan spans 3 years or the first 36,000 miles driven, whichever comes first. Next is their powertrain warranty which lasts for 5 years with a mileage limit of 60,000 miles driven. Although there’s no complimentary scheduled maintenance plan included, the company does offer a warranty on accessories for 3 years or the first 36,000 miles driven.

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