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The 2022 Honda Civic is finally here! Roadshow released a new video that features the new Civic sedan and there's a lot of good info from it.

  • 2.0L engine (158 hp / 138 lb-ft torque) in the LX & Sport
  • 1.5T engine (180 hp / 177 lb-ft torque) in the EX and Touring
  • CVT Transmission only
  • Wheelbase is 1.4 inches longer than the 10th gen
  • Rear track is 0.5 inches wider than the 10th gen
  • A pillar shifted almost 2 inches back
  • Cargo space: 14.8 cubic feet in the trunk
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I like the profile, just wish it was more "compact". Looks long for no reason.
 

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Every revision it gets bigger and bigger. I get that most of it is safety enhancements, but I'm there with you. I wish it was more compact as well.

Also though... ONLY CVT???!?!? 🤮🤮🤮
 

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looks similar to the 10th gen accord. Wonder why they decided to make the civic bigger where it's suppose to be a compact economy car.
 

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Tailights look okay trunk with the integrated lip looks okay everything else looks underwhelming front end looks so bland and people complained the 9thgen was big. No MT option is a sad day for Honda wouldn't be surprised if Si had a CVT option too.
 

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Stil don't like it. I guess like Toyota, they're slapping HPD on everything now. Expect the TRD Camry that actually has performance.
 

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CVT only… ugh. If they want to eliminate the MT entirely why not offer a DCT option at least.
 

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looks similar to the 10th gen accord. Wonder why they decided to make the civic bigger where it's suppose to be a compact economy car.
The market is moving upscale and fast. Compact sedans aren't selling anymore as buyers are demanding more and more refinement. With the 10thgen Honda did a pretty impressive job of making a much bigger car than the 9th gen while making it lighter. If they can keep this car's weight around the 2900 mark with that long of a wheel base it will be a very refined, efficient car. That said, I do agree with you about the CVT. Really wish they would add back some planetary gears. Hopefully an Si model will still exist.
 

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Saw one today during my travels in town, Nardi Grey, was like the love child of the accord and Jetta. Didn’t hate it oddly!
 

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Won't pass judgment until I see the Si next year....

Is the road noise issue notorious to Honda's fixed so that those Boses can be heard crystal clear?
What is a user-centric design? I know my 2015 may be an older design, but the driver side is like a crew station that wraps around. This interior design is bland, common, and boring.
 

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But the bottom of the windshield has been moved back 2 inches! Glory be!!
 

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I do like how the 9thgen Si cockpit is designed around the driver. The 11thgen cockpit doesn't look as driver centric.
Yeah, that's the trend now - making the passenger, excuse me - co-driver - more involved.

At any rate, the car is at the point that it looks like everything else, both inside and out. Both new gens since the 9th have further reinforced my desire to keep my car.
 
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