The upcoming 2021 Honda Civic is the last model in the current generation. As you probably heard, the 2022 Civic will be the new-gen model. Knowing that the 2021 Civic will get mid-cycle refreshments. This is one of Honda’s best-selling models. It is available in sedan, hatchback and coupe variants.
Honda offers fuel-efficient engines, and some of the powerplants are potent. Speaking of that, Civic Type R is also available. This car offers excellent ride quality, and it looks very modern. Unfortunately, the 2021 Civic comes with minor upgrades.
2021 Civic Facelift
The all-new 2021 Honda Civic will look impressive. Nothing new, it is one of the best-looking cars in our opinion, especially the hatchback variant. Every part of the vehicle looks stylish and modern. We like beautiful and sharper lines on the sides. Civic takes a wider and lower stance, and it looks sporty as well.
The hatch version will get a couple of styling updates. That includes reshaped fog lights and further chrome accents. The rear still looks bubbly, and the rear spoiler provides the vibe. If you want a real racy car, go for the Type-R high-performance variant.
One of the strongest points of the 2021 Honda Civic is its interior room. The cabin is spacious, and it provides ample legroom. Even the rear occupants will feel comfortable in the back. Honda will introduce new surfaces, and each trim level comes with different patterns.
On top of that, the 2021 Civic will get more chrome trims and more power-adjustable features. New sound insulation is available, and it makes the ride quieter and more pleasant. Cargo area is rated at 15.1 cubic feet in the sedan version. On the other hand, the hatchback provides 25.7 cubic feet of space.
This is another cool thing about the 2021 Honda Civic. Literally, every car variant or particular version is offering different output. Everything comes down to a 2.0-liter four-cylinder and 1.5-liter turbo-four engines. A 2.0-liter is a standard engine that delivers 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque. It comes with the CVT transmission, and its fuel economy is rated at 28 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway.
Of course, sedan and hatchback models are offering slightly different figures. Optional 1.5-liter is available, as well. This engine is standard on the upper trim levels, including the Civic Si. It can generate 177 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque. However, if you want better performances, go for the Si or Type R models.
Honda Civic Si and Civic Type R
In sports terms, 2021 Honda Civic will offer its famous Si and Type R variants. However, both versions are unchanged for 2021. Further upgrades and improvements are expected in 2022 when the new-gen Civic kicks in. Both Si and Type R are incredibly sporty models. Of course, styling is different, and Type R offers drastically better performances.
Civic Si is using a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. This output is producing 205 hp and 192 lb-ft of torque. On top of that, SI offers only manual transmission. Civic Type R deploys larger 2.0-liter turbo-four, and it cranks out 306 horses and 295 lb-ft of twist.
2021 Honda Civic Price and Release Date
The price of the approaching 2021 Honda Civic largely remains. That means the cheapest model starts at $20,000. On the other hand, the sporty Type R trim is priced at $35,000. The next Civic model will be released in the second half of 2020. As we already wrote, 2022 should be the next-gen model.