Honda global has finally revealed the production-spec version of the 2022 Civic. The 11th generation model has been revealed which will go on sale later this year. The Sedan was in production since 1972 and still the best-selling model from the Japanese manufacturer. With the new generation, the brand has expanded its life cycle of best-selling compact Sedan, as the SUVs are in trend but that trend doesn’t affect the sale figures of Sedan. However, the new generation has added more advanced safety features and improved fuel economy. Here, we put together the Top 5 Changes been made in the upcoming 2022 Honda Civic, compared with its ongoing generation: –
|Generation||2022 Civic||Ongoing Civic|
|Length||4673 mm||4641 mm|
|Width||1801 mm||1801 mm|
|Height||1415 mm||1415 mm|
|Wheelbase||2735 mm||2700 mm|
This means that the new generation 2022 Honda Civic has grown around 32 mm in length and gets a 35 mm longer wheelbase.
New-Generation Honda civic features a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports wireless apple car play and android auto as standard, while the Top-Spec trim gets larger 9-inch infotainment with a 10.25-inch instrument cluster. While the apple car play and android auto kept as standard along with a wireless mirroring capability. Other added new features comprise the electric sunroof, wireless charging, a new 12-speaker audio system, which replaces an 8-speaker system in the ongoing model, and so on.
- Safety features
The previous generation gets a forward collision warning with the auto emergency braking system, lane departure warning, and lane-keep assist system. While the new-generation Civic gets a blind spot monitoring, traffic sign recognition, a new low-speed braking control, and first in segment cross-traffic alert. The vehicle also gets newly designed front airbags and rear side airbags.
The powertrain remains the same as the outgoing model, but the brand claims that there is much improvements have been made. The vehicle comes powered with two engine options – a base 2.0 Litre four-cylinder engine that rated at 158 HP of maximum power and 187 Nm of peak torque, offers in LX and sport variants. While for the top-spec trim it gets a 1.5 Litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, which develops 180 HP of power and 240 Nm of torque, up from 174 HP and 236 Nm on the preceding model. The turbocharged engine offers EX and touring variant. Both the powertrain comes offered with a standard CVT automatic transmission system.
- Pricing and launch timeline
Pricing for the New-Generation Honda Civic is yet to be revealed by the brand, but it is higher than the ongoing generation. The Ongoing Civic is priced at $21,250 Onwards in the USA, which converted INR Rs 15.24 lakh. Pricing for the new generation will be revealed ahead of its launch in the coming months.