2016 Honda Civic Sedan pricing leaked
Pricing for the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan has been leaked, indicating that the model will remain a competitive choice in a hotly contested segment.
The information comes via what appears to be a dealer pricing sheet was posted on CivicX.com, a forum site devoted to the tenth-generation Civic. It purports to show both invoice and retail pricing for all trim levels in the Civic line.
The base LX model, equipped with the standard 158-horsepower, 2.0-liter, i-VTEC four-cylinder twin-cam, will go up $150 in price. That bump is offset by the EX model, which drops $150 in price. The EX is available with either the 2.o-liter or Honda‘s new 174-horsepower, 1.5-liter, direct-injection turbocharged four. Meanwhile, the EX-L model, powered only by the turbo 1.5, increases by $860.
The cheapest 2016 Civic you’ll be able to buy is an LX with 6-speed manual transmission, which starts at $18,640. The EX and EX-L, which are only offered with a CVT, start at $21,040 and $23,700 respectively. At the top of the range, a new Touring trim level maxes out at $26,500. All of these prices are before the $835 delivery charge.
The difference between the naturally aspirated 2.0-liter and turbocharged 1.5-liter is $1,160. Meanwhile, all cars are available with the new Honda Sensing suite of safety equipment, including collision and lane departure mitigation braking, as well as adaptive cruise control with tractor beam following functions at low speed, a $1,000 option.
The effective date on the pricing sheet is mid-November, so expect to see the 2016 Civic in dealerships around that time.