Officially, the Civic Coupe, which debuted last fall at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, will go on sale March 15.
That base price is for the Civic LX Coupe with a 6-speed manual gearboxe. Prices, and equipment, naturally climb from there. For comparison, the four-door Civic LX Sedan costs $410 less.
Equipment levels for the coupe essentially mirror those of the sedan with the exception of the two-door-only LX-P, which adds a moonroof, keyless entry with push-button start, and a remote engine starting system.
That means that LX, LX-P and EX Coupes utilize a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder rated at 158 horsepower. The LX Coupe includes the manual transmission, while the EX adds a CVT.
From there, the line climbs to the EX-L and Touring, which swap out the 2.0 for a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder rated at 174 hp. For now, the turbocharged Civic is offered only with the CVT, but Honda has said that it intends to offer a 6-speed stick shift with the turbo eventually.
All prices quoted here include a mandatory $835 destination charge.
Here’s a look at pricing for the complete 2016 Honda Civic Coupe range:
- LX 6-speed: $19,885
- LX CVT: $20,865
- LX-P CVT: $21,865
- EX CVT: $23,135
- EX-L CVT: $24,260
- Touring CVT: $26,960