Everyone knows the Honda Civic. It has been the most popular model in Canada for 17 years now, and is an example for reliability and safety.
The Civic family also offers several versions, including the model which is the subject of this article, the powerful Honda Civic Si. If the "normal" Civic is the one we mostly see out on the roads, the Civic Si is the one that gives its owner the most smiles, at least if driving pleasure is an important criterion.
Like the rest of the Civic range, the SI version is offered in various trims and remains safe, reliable and fuel efficient despite the power that lies beneath the hood. Furthermore, it is offered at a very competitive price when you consider the power that lies beneath the hood. No doubt, a good price/performance ratio is the Civic Si’s calling card.
Priced from $ 26,850, the Honda Civic Si is available in two-door coupe or as a four-door sedan. Whatever model, buyers pay the same price. In terms of equipment, the Honda Civic Si is loaded. In reality, everything the Honda Civic family offers in terms of equipment can be found in the Si, at no extra charge.
For exemple, we have air conditioning, heated seats, a navigation system, a backup camera with guide lines, Bluetooth system with text message function, an infotainment system with a touch screen and Sirius XM satellite radio, LaneWatch blind spot monitoring which uses a small camera located under the right mirror to show on the central screen an image of our right blind spot, a traction and stability control system, Brake Assist, keyless entry system with push button start, and more.
Inside, the Honda Civic Si has a sportier interior with dashes of red here and there, including the seats and elsewhere. These same seats also offer plenty of lateral support which is immediately appreciated when we decide to push the machine to its limits. The exterior is also unique to the 2015 Honda Civic Si with 17-inch wheels that come standard, a rear spoiler that is immediately noticed and a chrome exhaust tip that is also wider and louder, among others.
Under the hood we find a four-cylinder, 2.4-liter engine developing 205 horsepower and 174 lb-ft of torque. The engine likes to climb the rev ladder, and we never get bored of hearing it wale as we row through the six gears with ease and precision.
To learn more or to try the Honda Civic Si 2015, contact us today at Lallier Honda 40/640.