2022 Civic Hatchback Specifications and Prices

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Hello Honda Cars Lovers, welcome to All New Honda, The hatchback version of Honda’s new Civic for 2022 has been revealed.

2022 Civic Hatchback New Design

The previous-generation Civic hatchback was the edgiest of the three-body designs available. However, the 2022 Civic hatchback is probably more attractive than the previously announced 11th-generation sedan. To set it apart from the sedan, it has similar clean lines and a few sporty accent pieces. The new hatchback will have a larger engine selection than previously, with two engine options, and even better, a manual transmission will be offered on numerous trim levels.

What’s New For 2022?

While the hatchback previously only had the turbo 1.5-liter inline-four, the base LX and Sport trim versions of the 2022 Civic hatchback now have the same 158-hp naturally aspirated 2.0-liter inline-four as the sedan. The turbo 1.5-liter engine, which produces 180 horsepower, is still available on the EX-L and Sport Touring trims. With either engine option, a CVT automatic will be standard, while a six-speed manual will be offered. The stick-shift is available on the Sport with the 2.0L engine and the loaded Sport Touring with the 1.5L engine.

Interior Design of 2022 Civic hatchback

2022 Civic Hatchback Dashboard

The Sport Touring comes standard with a 7.0-inch touchscreen, with a bigger 9.0-inch screen available as an option. The Sport Touring also has a Bose music system and a fully digital gauge cluster. Many driver-assistance functions are standard, and blind-spot monitoring is available on the EX-L and Sport Touring. The hatchback now comes in a variety of new hues, including the eye-catching Boost Blue shown above and Smokey Mauve Pearl. The Sport and Sport Touring both have 18-inch wheels with larger 235-series tires, while the LX has 16-inch wheels and the EX-L has 17-inches.


2022 Civic Hatchback Engine and Performance

Honda has yet to announce the price for the 2022 Civic hatchback, but we expect it to start around $20,000 for the LX and rise to roughly $30,000 for a loaded Sport Touring. The hatchback’s production has transferred from the United Kingdom to Honda’s Indiana facility, which also produces the Civic sedan, and the hatch should be available in showrooms within the next few months.