2016 Honda Civic Coupe Starts From $19,050* [115 Photos]

Honda has published the full pricing list of the 2016 Civic Coupe, which is available in five different trim levels.

The most affordable one is the LX, offered from MSRP $19,050, excluding an $835 destination charge (*). It’s powered by a 158hp 2.0-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine, while being equipped with LED DRLs, multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines, Bluetooth, 160-watt audio system and automatic climate control as standard.

Up next is the LX-P 2.0L, with a $20,850 MSRP (+ destination) that adds a one-touch power moonroof with tilt feature, smart entry with security system, push button start, remote engine start and standard CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission).

Those interested in the EX-T, powered by the 174hp 1.5-liter turbo, will have to pay $22,300. It brings 17-inch alloy wheels, multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines, heated front seats, Honda LaneWatch, 7-inch display, 450-watt premium audio system and Apple CarPlay compatibility.

Starting from $23,425, the EX-L 1.5L Turbo features automatic-dimming rearview mirror, leather trimmed seating surfaces and leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob.

Finally, the range-topper Touring, with the 1.5L turbo, can be ordered from $26,125 (+ destination). It gets heated side mirrors with turn indicators, rain sensing wipers, LED headlights, Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with Voice Recognition and Honda Sensing Suite of Safety and Driver-Assistive Features.


  • Mind Synthetic

    hatch please, but still ugly

  • pcurve

    mileage is surprisingly so so for the manual.. Mazda 3 with same engine size with similar hp does 30/40/34.

  • Craig

    CVT standard across the board – basically. Pathetic. When did ‘we’ become so ball-less.

    • thunder bolt

      Fuel economy is always the basic principle behind Honda, so whichever trans can do a better, it gets the most selection.

      • Craig

        Yes. But it doesn’t fit in – at least I don’t think – with Honda CEO Takahiro Hachigo announcement on February 28, 2016 in Tokyo that he intends to make sweeping changes to the way the company creates its cars, in an effort to make them feel less like they were “designed by committee.”

  • Obsequious Lickspittle

    A bit too bulbous at the back for my liking.

  • Henry Juliao

    Ugly as sin, and no SI model?

  • Enter Ranting

    That’s a seriously awkward design with way too many competing details.