The 2022 Honda Civic Si offers a refreshed design while still offering the same engaging performance that has made this sports sedan so popular among Irvine-area drivers. With its turbocharged engine and manual transmission, the Civic Si delivers exceptional power and control 

This story was originally published June 25, 2021, with speculation that the Civic Si would only be offered as a sedan. It has since been updated to reflect Honda's confirmation that that will be the case, and to clarify that there will be no Civic Si hatchback 

Is a Civic Si a good daily? Additionally, with maintenance costs traditionally low for Civics, and excellent gas mileage, the Civic Si is the best daily driver sports car for 2022!

Why is New Civic slower? The Sport hatch tested slower than the 1.5T sedan even when it came out in 2017, long before any ecu tune change. The Sport hatch is heavier, has heavier 18" wheels (compared to the 2016 sedan 17's that were tested) and is less aerodynamic than the sedan

Do all Civic Si have VTEC? What Honda Cars Have Vtec Engines? Accord, Civic, Civic Si, and Type R, Accord CR-V, and Civic Si models all use this system

The newest, eleventh-generation Honda Civic maintains its status as a fun-to-drive small car, which means the 2022 Civic Si can accurately be described as the “even more fun” model 

The Honda Civic Si was redesigned for 2022 and its 1.5-liter turbo engine now makes slightly less power. At the Edmunds test track, the Civic Si turned in a disappointing 7.7-second saunter to 60 mph 

Performance. The 2018 Honda Civic Si Sedan is legendary for its performance-focused engineering. It has a standard turbocharged engine that produces 205 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque, paired with a smooth-shifting six-speed manual transmission. 

For more than three decades, Honda models wearing little red Si badges have been among the most affordable and fun machines on American roads. Short for "sport injection" but really just a marketing term for fuel injection, the moniker first emerged in the mid-1980s when most Hondas were still carbureted. 

Is a Honda Civic Si fast? At our test track, the Civic Si managed a 6.8-second zero-to-60-mph time, 0.5 seconds quicker than a Civic hatchback we tested with the six-speed manual.