Honda Civic Trim Levels

2022 Honda Civic Trim Levels

When you decide to get behind the wheel of a Honda Civic, you’re opening yourself up to a wide array of possibilities. Here at Faulkner Honda, we’re dedicated to providing Hershey, Harrisburg, and Mechanicsburg, PA, drivers with the kind of information they’ll need to choose the car that’s best for them. That’s why we’ve put together the following 2022 Honda Civic trim levels review.

Go ahead and read through the highlights for all four trims to find out which one will fit best with your specific priorities and sensibilities. If you’re ready to find yours, skip ahead to browse our Honda Civic inventory easily online. We’ll even kick off with some quick facts.

Trim Level


Apple CarPlay®/ Android Auto™


2.0L 4-cylinder



2.0L 4-cylinder



Turbocharged 4-cylinder



Turbocharged 4-cylinder


Honda Civic LX

Honda Civic Trim LevelsAs the base Honda Civic trim, the Civic LX provides a solid foundation for everything else to come. It supplies you and your passengers with a 160-watt audio system that uses four full-bodied speakers to fill the cabin with your favorite road music. The 2.0L engine provides a lot of power under the hood.

This trim also gives you optimum visibility when you need it most via the auto high-beam headlights that kick in whenever weather conditions or the time of day begins to limit what you’re able to see using natural light. The Honda Civic LX also has:

  • 158 horsepower
  • 7-inch color touchscreen

With the Honda Civic LX, you’ll have automatic climate control, which will provide your passengers with a comfortable ride. Plus, when you need more storage space, you can easily fold down the second row. Whether you’re packing up for a vacation or heading home with groceries, the 14.8 cubic feet will come in handy.

Speaking of space within the car, how much can your passengers stretch out? Let’s check out some dimensions.

  • Headroom (front/rear): 39.3 in./37.1 in.
  • Legroom (front/rear): 42.3 in./37.4 in.
  • Shoulder Room (front/rear): 57 in./56 in.
  • Hip Room (front/rear): 54.3 in./48.9 in.

With tons of room for everybody, the Honda Civic will be a great choice for all types of trips.

Honda Civic Sport

Honda Civic Trim LevelsThe next trim is the Honda Civic Sport trim. One way the Honda Civic Sport brings attention to itself is through its style. Elements that demonstrate this point include:

  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob

The available Continuously Variable Transmission with paddle shifters and the Sport pedals work together to provide you with an intuitive driving experience. Plus, this trim is the only one to include a chrome exhaust finisher.

How does this trim do in terms of infotainment, though? When it comes to audio, this trim will upgrade you to a 180-watt system with eight speakers. It maintains the same 7-inch touchscreen for your pleasure.

Honda Civic EX

Honda Civic InteriorFor those chilly Pennsylvania winters or mornings where you just have an early start to the day, the remote start engine on the EX-trim will be quite useful. If you want to stay nice and warm in the cabin, you can even use the heated side mirrors to clear all the snow and ice off for you.

The Honda Civic EX trim also upgrades you to:

  • Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control System
  • Front heated seats
  • Blind Spot Information System

As for security, this trim comes with Smart Entry with Walk Way Auto Lock®.  So, what does this do? Well, if you walk away from your Honda Civic with the key fob, it’ll automatically lock for you. When you come back, you simply have to grab the front handle and it will unlock.

If you’re wondering what’s under the hood, this trim has a turbocharged engine, providing:

  • 180 horsepower
  • 177 lb-ft of torque

When you want to let some air in through the top, this trim comes with the One-Touch Power Moonroof with Tilt Feature. The power moonroof makes it easy to open without taking your attention away from the road.

Speaking of keeping your attention on the road, the Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers will make it easy to drive through the rain without having to worry about changing the speed of your windshield wipers yourself.

Honda Civic Touring

Honda Civic TouringFinally, there’s the Honda Civic Touring trim. This one takes your entertainment levels up a few notches, thanks to the Bose Premium Sound System with 12 Speakers, including a subwoofer. In addition, you can expect:

  • Wireless phone charger
  • 9-inch touchscreen
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto

Plus, with the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation Systemwith Voice Recognition and Honda Realtime Traffic, going on new adventures will be easier than ever with the Honda Civic Touring trim.

The Honda Civic Touring trim also has some other upgraded features, including:

  • LED fog lights
  • Parking sensors

The parking sensors include both front and rear sensors, making it easy for you to park your vehicle. In addition, your passengers will love the leather-trimmed seats and the power-adjustable front passenger’s seat.

The headroom on this trim and the previous trim is a little different due to the moonroof, however. Let’s take a look at the dimensions of the Touring trim.

  • Headroom (front/rear): 37.6 in./37.1 in.
  • Legroom (front/rear): 42.3 in./37.4 in.

You’ll still have tons of legroom to stretch out in this trim.

Get Inside the Honda Civic Trim Level That’s Right for You

Each of the 2022 Honda Civic trim levels has a lot to offer drivers like you. We’ve only scratched the surface in terms of what they have in store for your everyday commutes near Mechanicsburg, Hershey, and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Whether there’s one trim in particular that has caught your eye or you’d like to get a closer look at all four models, contact our team at Faulkner Honda to schedule a test drive. We can’t wait to help you get behind the wheel.




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