Honda officially debuted the refreshed 2014 Civic SI Coupe at the SEMA Show last November, but it has taken until now for the Japanese automaker to share full pricing and specs for its high-performance coupe and sedan.

The Si Coupe will go on sale at dealers on March 12 starting at $22,790, and the Si Sedan will follow on March 26 for $22,990 – both prices include a $790 destination charge. Buyers can opt to add summer tires for and additional $200 and navigation for $1,500. While the updates are relatively small, they are welcome.

Both bodystyles are fitted with a slightly tweaked 2.4-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine with 205 horsepower and 174 pound-feet, an increase of 4 hp and 4 lb-ft of torque, and they only come with a six-speed manual. Fuel economy is unchanged from last year at 22 miles per gallon city, 31 mpg highway and 25 mpg combined. Honda didn't reveal performance specs, so we can't be sure if the small boost helps acceleration at all.

In addition to the peppier engine, the Si models have an upgraded suspension with new spring rates, revised dampers and a stiffer rear stabilizer bar. They also get some standard tech additions like a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, push-button start and Honda's LaneWatch blind spot monitoring. The key differentiating factor between the two bodystyles is that the coupe wears a restyled hood, front fenders, headlights, and taillights for 2014.
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2014 Civic Si Ups the Ante with More Power, Higher Tech and Sportier Coupe Styling

03/11/2014 - TORRANCE, Calif.

2014 Civic Si Coupe goes on-sale March 12, Si Sedan follows on March 26

Coupe styling enhancements emphasize sporty character of Civic Si

Engine power boosted to 205 horsepower1 and 174 lb-ft of torque2

Many premium technology additions, including 7-inch Display Audio and Honda-exclusive LaneWatchTM


With more power, a retuned suspension, an upgraded interior, a host of new features and a restyled coupe model, the 2014 Civic Si is ready to impress. Add to this a Best Resale Value Award3 from trusted vehicle valuation source Kelley Blue Book and a minimal $275 increase in the starting price, and the 2014 Civic Si is poised for success. The 2014 Honda Civic Si Coupe goes on-sale tomorrow, March 12, with a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) starting at $22,7904. The 2014 Civic Si Sedan goes on-sale March 26 with an MSRP starting at $22,9904.

The restyled 2014 Civic Si Coupe, riding on larger (+1 inch) performance-styled 18-inch alloy wheels, has an aggressive, sporty presence. As with all 2014 Civic coupe models, the Si styles a more aggressive hood, front fenders and headlight designs, and new taillight lenses and side mirrors. The sporty aura of the Si is further accentuated by an Si-exclusive grille and lower front-bumper garnish and rear air diffuser, and a large wing spoiler. Inside, Si-exclusive seat fabric and trim is enhanced with a sport-oriented black and red color scheme and the audio panel received a high tech, race-inspired carbon fiber-style design.

To back up the bling, a retuned exhaust system boosts the engine output of both the Si Coupe and Si Sedan by 4 horsepower (205)1 and 4 lb-ft of torque (1742). The Si's 2.4-liter i-VTEC® DOHC 16-valve engine is mated to a close-ratio, 6-speed manual transmission. For superior sport handling, the suspension is revised with higher rate springs, new dampers and a stiffer rear stabilizer bar.

As much fun as the Si's engine and chassis offer, there is more to enjoy in the interior. For 2014 the Si Coupe and Si Sedan add as standard equipment Honda's new 7-inch Display Audio touchscreen, which uses a smartphone-like interface, allowing users to swipe, tap and pinch their way through audio, phonebook, media, vehicle information and available navigation features. The display is also the interface for the next generation HondaLink™, the application based platform that connects customers to smartphone-provided online content both inside and outside the car. Also standard on the 2014 Si is the convenient Smart Entry with Push Button start, expanded view driver's mirror and Honda LaneWatch™ display for enhanced driver visibility.

The 2014 Civic Si Coupe is available in standard and Navi trims, both being available with summer tires. The Civic Si Sedan will be available in standard trim with a summer tire option and Navi trim. View, build and price at 2014 Honda Civic Si Coupe and Si Sedan at automobiles.honda.com/civic.

TRIM MSRP4 EPA Fuel Economy Ratings5
(city/highway/combined)

Civic Si Coupe 6MT $22,790 22/31/25

Civic Si Coupe 6MT w/ Summer Tires $22,990 22/31/25

Civic Si Coupe 6MT w/ Navi $24,290 22/31/25

Civic Si Coupe 6MT w/ Summer Tires & Navi $24,490 22/31/25

Civic Si Sedan 6MT $22,990 22/31/25

Civic Si Sedan 6MT w/ Summer Tires $23,190 22/31/25

Civic Si Sedan 6MT w/ Navi $24,490 22/31/25

For More Information
Consumer information is available at automobiles.honda.com/civic. To join the Civic community on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Honda/Civic. Additional media information including, pricing, features and high-resolution photography of the 2014 Honda Civic is available at hondanews.com/channels/honda-automobiles-civic.

1 205 hp @ 7000 rpm (SAE net)
2 174 lb-ft of torque @ 4400 rpm (SAE net)
3 Kelley Blue Book's Best Resale Value Awards are based on projections from the Kelley Blue Book® Official Residual Value Guide.
4 MSRP (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price) excluding tax, license, registration, $790 destination charge and options. Dealer prices may vary.
5 Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending driving conditions, how the vehicle is driven and maintained, battery pack age/condition and other factors.


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      Kampfire
      • 1 Year Ago
      People rag on the current Civic Si all the time but tell me where else you can get a 200hp compact with all the features and amenities for 22k. The only comparison is the Fiesta ST which are in different classes. Also for the the ignorant the 4hp bump doesn't really mean anything. The important information most likely is that they re-calibrated the engine management for improved performance and drivability. Just look at the performance numbers, even with 200hp the Civic Si is on par performance wise with the rest of the segment.
        GR
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Kampfire
        I agree. For the price, it's actually a good car. It's not really a performance sports compact, but it offers a lot for the money. It's also a lot more reliable than the cars that make more power via a turbocharger. That being said, a long list of sport compacts and hot hatches leave the Si in the dust. My main complaint? The styling, inside and out. I actually rather have an Accord Hybrid based on looks alone.
          hokkaido76
          • 1 Year Ago
          @GR
          @carguy1701: Baloney. vw's reliability record says otherwise.
          chanonissan
          • 1 Year Ago
          @GR
          car engine has certain compression normally higher than turbo engines 9.5:1, just slapping on a turbo can make it unreliable, car manufacture design these engines with lower compression 8:1, although some turbo engine that uses DI today can use higher compression of 10:1.
          chanonissan
          • 1 Year Ago
          @GR
          Hokkaido76, benz have quite a few turbo and proven other wise that then can be reliable, nissan juke is also quite reliable, VW is just one manufacture not all.
      carguy1701
      • 1 Year Ago
      Wow, a 4 bhp increase. No reason to buy this, or any 9th gen Civic. Maybe the 10th gen will be something worth writing home about.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @carguy1701
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          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          Seriously, Aaron, what do you drive? Given how you love to berate me for driving a '98 Maxima' (what's with you and 1998, anyway? Something happen to you that year?), you HAVE to drive something nicer, right?
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          >YOU can't buy a Civic Si. I don't want one. >YOU can't drive a car with a manual transmission. I can, but it won't be pretty. I'm saving my money anyway, probably going to use it for a house.
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          So in other words, you have a clapped out 5th gen Civic sedan with a salvage title, big stupid wing, useless CAI, fartcannon exhaust, cut springs, blown shocks, and a rattlecan paint job. I thought so. I give plenty of opportunities to prove yourself as something more than just another retarded Honda fanboy, yet you never take them.
          • 1 Year Ago
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      NoelPR
      • 1 Year Ago
      These cars compared to the turbo competition have an untouchable reliability record. For that reason Honda keep them N/A. Just take some time a check the forums of the turbo cars in the same segment. You will see many threads about "My engine blew up and I was stock". Also their aftermarket support is huge. There are enough parts to make it a very fast car.
        domingorobusto
        • 1 Year Ago
        @NoelPR
        But is a very mild increase in potential reliability really worth getting your doors blown off by every single other competitive vehicle? Yes, you can make an Si fast. With a turbo or supercharger. So you spend $6000 on a turbo or supercharger kit to make maybe a safe 250-270 whp (hard to go beyond that reliably in a stock block K24, too much compression), in the process voiding your warranty and introducing all the reliability issues of the factory turbocharged competition and more. Or you could've just bought one of the turbo cars that made that much power out of the box, with a warranty. And spend that same $6k on a turbo car, you're making a hell of a lot more power. Hell, you can make more than 300 whp with less than $1000 in mods and spend the rest on suspension, drivetrain reliability mods, tires, and driver's school. The Si is just flat outdated. It's still an enjoyable car, but it is ridiculously far behind it's peers at this point. Unless you are a naturally aspirated die-hard, there is just no reason to buy the Si over basically any of its peers.
        ghost03
        • 1 Year Ago
        @NoelPR
        I could definitely see this on a forum for 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSXs. However, I think most turbo engines made in the last decade are pretty reliable.
        thequebecerinfrance
        • 1 Year Ago
        @NoelPR
        What about that transmissio? Im not hearing only good things about it's reliability.
        chanonissan
        • 1 Year Ago
        @NoelPR
        did you see the turbo civic for europe, if honda did not think turbo engines was reliable they would not make one
      zoomy
      • 1 Year Ago
      Very few performance coupes now.
      bullitt2605
      • 1 Year Ago
      I think it looks really good and more power too!
      Avinash Machado
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ugly.
      AGSHOP
      • 1 Year Ago
      4hp extra that means business
      carguy1701
      • 1 Year Ago
      But seriously, a 4 bhp increase isn't going to be noticeable, and it doesn't sound like they changed the gearing for teh transaxle or the final drive ratio, so straight line performance won't change much if at all.
      ghost03
      • 1 Year Ago
      I like the look of the bumper. I could maybe squeak out 4 extra horsepower flintstones style though. Underwhelming.
      davido
      • 1 Year Ago
      A Mazda 3s has 20 fewer horsepower but it gets 29 mpg the city and 39 on the highway. Why is the Honda's mileage so poor?
        MZR2.3
        • 1 Year Ago
        @davido
        dual cam profile Vtec is for performance not economy, and the new Mazda has their skyactive engine.
          chanonissan
          • 1 Year Ago
          @MZR2.3
          Vtech is for economy not only performance, read honda history on vtech.
        domingorobusto
        • 1 Year Ago
        @davido
        The K series is getting OLD. It was a stellar engine when they introduced it nearly 15 YEARS AGO but they can only tweak so far before they have to get on with it and develop a new architecture.
      JF1GE
      • 1 Year Ago
      realistically this and the GTi should have been in the 220-240hp range long before now. But they seem hellbent on keeping the power as close to 200 as possible.
        EvilTollMan
        • 1 Year Ago
        @JF1GE
        Maybe for insurance reasons? Don't know...
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @EvilTollMan
          From what I understand, the GTI hp rating the North American market is primarily insurance related. Bone stock 5th and 6th gen cars were putting down numbers on dynos that suggested 220 or so bhp at the crank.
        GR
        • 1 Year Ago
        @JF1GE
        Well, the Si is normally aspirated and so is the BRZ and Miata. I'm not sure why the GTI is so persistent on the 200 HP mark, but VW does offer the Golf R with more power.
      Gorgenapper
      • 1 Year Ago
      I've been hearing rumors of a Civic Type R to be based on the next redesigned Civic, and to be built in Canada (Alliston, ON), with a DI 2.0T targeting 300hp. If this is true, you'd be a fool to buy this weak sauce excuse of a performance car.
        carguy1701
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Gorgenapper
        >300 bhp >FWD I really hope they're developing something along the lines of the HiPer Strut, otherwise the torque steer will be terrible.
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @carguy1701
          I never said I did. I do, however, have a couple close friends who have been there, one of them spending an entire year there, so I'm inclined to believe what they say over anything you post. Plus all of what I said can be verified by this wonderful website called Google, perhaps you've heard of it?
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @carguy1701
          Whatever helps you sleep at night, dear. I trust my friends far more than I will ever trust anything you say.
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @carguy1701
          The 'facts' are easily accessible via the wonderful website known as Google, broski. Try it some time.
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